Development of SITA Learning Model to Improve Midshipman Psychomotor Ability at Amphibious Raid Courses at Naval Academy
Psychomotor abilities play a very important role in the Navy Amphibious Raid course because with these abilities navy Cadets can carry out tasks well. This research aims to develop the SITA Learning Model to Improve Midshipman Psychomotor Ability at Amphibious Raid Courses at Naval Academy. Developing the SITA Learning Model aims to improve the psychomotor abilities of Navy Cadets. This study uses a model of Research and Development, with a system approach model consisting of ten stages are 1. Identification of objectives, 2. Implementation of learning analysis, 3. Analysis of learners and the environment, 4. Formulation performance objectives, 5. Developing benchmark reference tests, 6. Developing learning strategies, 7. Developing and selecting learning materials, 8. Designing and implementing formative assessments, 9. Revising and 10. Designing and implementing summative evaluations. A total of 19 cadets as subjects in this study. The results show the validation of the SITA Learning Model design, based on the six aspects assessed 100% data obtained, so it can be concluded that the learning model is very feasible or valid. The effectiveness of the SITA Learning Model can be seen from the results of the calculation of the N-Gain test showing an increase in the learning outcomes of the posttest results after being treated with the SITA learning model (MPS) to 86 with both categories and the results of the N-Gain (g) calculation ≥ 0.7 fall into the category high, the SITA learning model was claimed effective in increasing the psychomotor abilities of cadets in learning Amphibious Raid.
Keywords: SITA Learning Model, Ability, and Cadets.