Sholeh, Agus (2017) SOCIAL TEACHING AND LEARNING ON SOCIAL ISSUES. Universitas Kanjuruhan Malang.

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Social Studies ( IPS ) at the school level has difference of meaning, adapted to the character and needs of the students especially for elementary, junior high and high school. There's a study that stand-alone as subject and also a combination of subjects or disciplines, and a significant knowledge of teaching programs. For example, IPS consists of junior high school subjects of history, geography and economics while to high school it is covering sociology, anthropology, economics, geography and history. IPS refers to the purpose of teaching in Indonesia to give an understanding of international relations in the interests of the Indonesian people and world peace. For example, the issues of human rights, world peace and security issues, environmental issues and others. Global education should be concerned about the concept of human right where the abuse of human right often happens. Indonesian history has recognized for long time the value of human right as way of life in Pancasila and implemented 1945 Constitution. Thus IPS teachers have to expand their knowledge and dig information as accurately which in turn is transferred to knowledge in teaching learners in the classroom. Besides the use of the method in accordance with the substance or subject matter as well as understand the students’ problem then would provide learning facilities to the students in the learning process. With the present social problems in the classroom, students are always invited to think critically and be aware that there are a number of different values from him. By showing students on social values , understand the difference, it is hoped they will become adults that tough and ready to face very complex challenges of life in the 21st century. Keywords: Teaching IPS, Social issues

Item Type: Other
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: AGUS SHOLEH
Date Deposited: 18 Jul 2017 06:42
Last Modified: 08 Nov 2022 03:22

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