Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences Education (ICSSE 2020)

Environment-Based School Curriculum as a Character Forming Care Environment

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Rabiatul Adawiah
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Rabiatul Adawiah
Available Online 24 February 2021.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210222.018How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Curriculum, environment-based, character
Abstract
In the education system, the curriculum has a very strategic role in realizing quality schools. A good curriculum will create a quality school, and a quality school will provide education according to the needs of the community. One need that is felt to be very urgent is the formation of attitudes and behavior of people who care about the environment. The environment-based curriculum is a manifestation of one of the components in the Adiwiyata program that has been implemented since 2006. This program is certainly very good to implement, but in reality some schools do not implement the program properly. The purpose of this study is to determine the application of the environmentally based school curriculum. and student care for the environment. This research uses a qualitative approach. The research was conducted on schools that have Adiwiyata school status in Balangan Regency. Data collection was carried out by interview, observation and documentation techniques. The data obtained were analyzed using the interactive model analysis technique from Miles and Huberman. The results showed that only some schools consistently and consistently implemented an environment-based curriculum and some others only started running the Adiwiyata program at the beginning. In the Learning Implementation Plan (RPP) document it integrates with the values of caring for the environment but it is not implemented properly. Student concern for the environment, 38.5% showed very good concern, 45% showed concern The data was collected by means of interview, observation and documentation techniques. The data obtained were analyzed using the interactive model analysis technique from Miles and Huberman. The results showed that only some schools consistently and consistently implemented an environment-based curriculum and some others only started running the Adiwiyata program at the beginning. In the Learning Implementation Plan (RPP) document it integrates with the values of caring for the environment but it is not implemented properly. Student concern for the environment, 38.5% showed very good concern, 45% showed concern The data was collected by means of interview, observation and documentation techniques. The data obtained were analyzed using the interactive model analysis technique from Miles and Huberman. The results showed that only some schools consistently and consistently implemented an environment-based curriculum and some others only started running the Adiwiyata program at the beginning. In the Learning Implementation Plan (RPP) document it integrates with the values of caring for the environment but it is not implemented properly. Student concern for the environment, 38.5% showed very good concern, 45% showed concern The results showed that only some schools consistently and consistently implemented an environment-based curriculum and some others only started running the Adiwiyata program at the beginning. In the Learning Implementation Plan (RPP) document it integrates with the values of caring for the environment but it is not implemented properly. Student concern for the environment, 38.5% showed very good concern, 45% showed concern The results showed that only some schools consistently and consistently implemented an environment-based curriculum and some others only started running the Adiwiyata program at the beginning. In the Learning Implementation Plan (RPP) document it integrates with the values of caring for the environment but it is not implemented properly. Student concern for the environment, 38.5% showed very good concern, 45% showed concern well, and 12% showed concern by the criteria enough.
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Volume Title
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences Education (ICSSE 2020)
Series
Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Publication Date
24 February 2021
ISBN
978-94-6239-340-0
ISSN
2352-5398
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210222.018How to use a DOI?
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This is an open access article distributed under the CC BY-NC license.

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