Using YouTube as Learning Tool for Children: A Case Study of Kuntum Animation YouTube Channel

  • Siti Aishah Shah Bani
  • Norhisham Mohamad Nordin


The rise of new media platform from the Internet itself opens up many possibilities of integrating technology into the everyday learning experience. Because of the importance and need to apply in new media technology especially during the learning and education segment. This study is focusing to identify the medium of media technology used in learning and education that has a positive impact on children. Nowadays, YouTube is one of the learning media that can be integrated into learning and education levels that are used by parents and teachers as an educational tool for children. This study is also can see how far the YouTube platform can be used as a medium of learning among the children. The results showed that the Kuntum animation video on YouTube can be used as one of the new media learning tools. The findings of this study will assist parents, teachers, and children in identifying the key mediums of the use of media technology to search, discover, master, and expand the knowledge systematically. By using new media technology is extremely important in teaching and learning methods as it can be a catalyst for the sustainable learning process.



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How to Cite
SHAH BANI, Siti Aishah; MOHAMAD NORDIN, Norhisham. Using YouTube as Learning Tool for Children: A Case Study of Kuntum Animation YouTube Channel. Asian Journal of Research in Education and Social Sciences, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 2, p. 43-53, june 2020. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 13 july 2020.