A Needs Analysis of Historical Learning Model to Reinforce Student’s Local Character using Local Wisdom Values of Turonggo Yakso Art
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This research is part of the initial development activities to find out the problems that occur in schools so that model development needs to be done. The problem that happened in SMA Negeri 1 Panggul, Trenggalek, East Java is the lack of ecological intelligence of students this is evidenced by the school yard still scattered with garbage, students still use non-biodegradable waste and concern for the impact of goods consumed is still low. Student environment as part of student life is an important point to be developed as an effort to fix the problem. One effort that can be done as a school channel of education distributors is to integrate the local values in the community into the curriculum and learning unit. One of the local values that have the meaning of ecological wisdom is the values of the local wisdom of Turonggo Yakso art that is still thick with Javanese culture. The values of the local wisdom of Turonggo Yakso art have the highest values that can be a reference for someone to act and have been known by most people of Trenggalek district. The values contained in the art of Turonggo Yakso are not widely known and applied by the students, therefore they need to be revitalized through the education system. This study used a descriptive qualitative method with interviews of teachers and students and lesson plan document analysis (RPP), curriculum and syllabus used in learning. The results of the interview and questionnaires analysis suggest that teachers need to develop a learning model based on local wisdom values of Turonggo Yakso art as an effort to improve the learning problems at school. Ecological intelligence needs to be owned by students as the agent of change to be able to participate in doing sustainable development in facing the challenge of globalization and have good character to the natural environment.
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