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The development of interactive multimedia "Hiruter" for second grade students of SD Negeri Aroeppala Makassar is motivated by several problems such as most students do not understand well the contents of the material related to living in harmony which is characterized by several student behaviors. This research is a research assisted development (R&D) by adapting the development model from Alessi and Trolip which has several stages, namely the planning stage, the design stage, and the development stage. The instrument in this study used a questionnaire aimed at media experts and material experts to assess the validity of the product, and was addressed to students and teachers to assess the feasibility of the product. Based on the results of the feasibility test in terms of the material expert's assessment, it is "very valid", and the media expert's assessment is "very valid". Likewise, with product testing conducted by respondents, namely class II guardians and class II students who obtained results in the "very feasible" category. Based on the results obtained after validating and testing the product by students, it was found that the product was feasible to use.
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