Design Model of Project Based Learning Integrated With Indigenous Knowledge for Social Studies Subject in Junior High School

Suswandari, Suswandari (2021) Design Model of Project Based Learning Integrated With Indigenous Knowledge for Social Studies Subject in Junior High School. REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL EDUCATION. ISSN 2146-0353

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Indonesia is a multicultural country with many cultures and local wisdom values. Local wisdom as a good
value guides the life order of the supporting community groups towards a peaceful and harmonious life.
This study aims to analyze the design of the Project Based Learning Integrated With Indigenuous
Knowledge (PBLIIK) model development for social studies subjects at SMP in Sikka Regency. Conventional
social studies teaching, which is dominated by rote memorization and one-way lectures, has been
transformed into innovative social studies teaching based on local wisdom values, which are a great
resource for the people of Sikka Regency. Social studies teaching based on local wisdom values is
expected to be a filter for strengthening the influence of global values that tend to be hedonistic,
materialistic and asocial. The research was conducted using a qualitative case study model as
developed by Robert K Yin. The subject of this research is a social studies teacher at a junior high school
in Sikka Regency who is still actively teaching in class VII and focuses on the value of Sikka Krowe's local
wisdom. The data was analyzed by interactive model analysis. The results showed that the four values of
Sikka Krowe ethnic local wisdom consisting of religiosity, environmental sustainability, democratic values
and attitudes of multiculturalism have become an important part of people's lives in Sikka Regency. The
PBLIIK model, which has integrated the values of local wisdom, has become an innovative learning model
that fosters religious intelligence, environmental intelligence, and intelligence in democratic living
arrangements and underlies the toleration attitude of students. Through the PBLIIK model, students are
challenged to assemble their own knowledge through experience, observation, collaborative work,
analyzing and applying it in everyday life. The PBLIIK model fosters social intelligence in the aspect of
multiculturalism that focuses on respect for differences, loss of prejudice, mutual respect, and embedded
love for the homeland and nation.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: ST Bahar Sobari
Date Deposited: 02 Feb 2022 10:00
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2022 10:00

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