Adha, M. Mona and Yanzi, Hermi (2014) PROJECT CITIZEN MODEL FOR EFFECTIVE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP IN CIVIC EDUCATION BEST PRACTICES. In: Sriwijaya University Learning and Education-International Conference, May 16-18, 2014, Palembang, Indonesia.

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Abstract

Project Citizen is carried out to develop (1) an instruction based on students' needs; (2) students' ability to work together in a cooperative manner; and (3) civic education related to the social experience. Project Citizen is one example to develop the ideas in the world of education and how our students are learning about cooperation between them in the classroom as opportunities for improving open classroom climate in civic education best practices and also character development. Learning of “We the People ... Project Citizen is packaged in the form of procedures and signs of learning which includes 6 steps. First, the class is facilitated to identify various problems that exist in the environment community with through observation, interview and documentation study done in groups. Second, the class examines various issues to facilitated it and then pick the most worthy one problem to solve. Third, facilitated class to gather information that is required in order for the troubleshooting of a variety of information sources that are relevant and available, such as library, mass media, professional and experts, government officials, nongovernmental organizations, as well as community members and leaders. Fourth, developing a portfolio of classroom set of results of the group work in the framework of the resolution and presented it as a whole in the form of exhibition panels which can be seen together, which describes the interconnectedness of problems, an alternative policy, support for alternative policies, and plan of action to implement the policy. Fifth, the overall portfolio has been developed then presented and exhibited to the citizens of the school and the community. Sixth, back to the classroom to do reflection or contemplation about the results and the deposition of the learning achieved through the activity. The learning components are basically directed to achieve a goal. Through it, all efforts of both teachers and students are directed to achieve the objectives that have been determined. Through learning, then teachers can understand the purpose and direction of the study itself, so that through a clear purpose, not only can determine the steps of learning and the development of other components, but can also be the criteria of effectiveness of the learning process. Key words: Six Steps of Project Citizen, Civic Education Classroom, Democratic Citizenship, and Student Engagement.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > LB1603 Secondary Education. High schools
Depositing User: Mr Muhammad Mona Adha
Date Deposited: 09 May 2019 03:06
Last Modified: 09 May 2019 03:06
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/11582

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