The Effect of Multimedia Video Learning on Students' Knowledge about Adolescent Reproductive Health in Preparing Puberty

Authors

  • Nara Lintan Mega Puspita Midwifery Proffesion Program, Kadiri University, Indonesia
  • Huda Rohmawati
  • Raras Sucma Ambar
  • Putri Erika

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30994/jqph.v5i2.342

Keywords:

Video learning multimedia, Health education, Puberty readiness

Abstract

Puberty is the maturation and growth that occurs when the reproductive organs begin to function and secondary sex begins to emerge. Lack of preparation of children for puberty is a serious psychological danger. The purpose of the study was to determine the Effect of Video Learning Multimedia on Students' Knowledge of Adolescent Reproductive Health in Preparing for Puberty.

This study uses a one-group pretest-posttest design method. The sample in this study was 37 respondents taken using non-probability sampling technique. The research instruments used were materials and questionnaire sheets. The results of the study were analyzed using the Wilcoxon statistical test.

The results of the research showed that before being given health education most of the respondents (67.6%) were not ready to face puberty and after being given health education almost all respondents (94.6%) were ready to face puberty.

Based on the results of statistical tests obtained p-value 0.000 < (0.05), then H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted, meaning that there is an Effect of Multimedia Video Learning on Students' Knowledge of Adolescent Reproductive Health in Preparing for Puberty.

It is hoped that educational institutions can become a reference for applying health education in schools about puberty as a means to increase knowledge and be prepared earlier to face puberty.

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Published

2022-05-31

How to Cite

Nara Lintan Mega Puspita, Huda Rohmawati, Raras Sucma Ambar, & Putri Erika. (2022). The Effect of Multimedia Video Learning on Students’ Knowledge about Adolescent Reproductive Health in Preparing Puberty. Journal for Quality in Public Health, 5(2), 170–173. https://doi.org/10.30994/jqph.v5i2.342