Science Environment Technology And Society Based For Disaster Mitigation

Authors

  • Timotius Berlian Yogi Ananto Republic Indonesia Defense University
  • Adi Subiyanto Republic Indonesia Defense University
  • Yuli Subiakto Republic Indonesia Defense University
  • Wilopo Wilopo Republic Indonesia Defense University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v3i6.942

Abstract

In facing the large number of disasters in Indonesia, efforts to reduce disaster risk have become a strong foundation for joint efforts. One of the disaster mitigation learning methods developed is the Science Environment Technology and Society (SETS) learning model. Therefore, this research aims to develop natural disaster learning tools with a SETS vision that are integrated in science subjects, implement disaster teaching materials with an integrated Science Environment Technology and Society vision in science subjects, increase the understanding and skills of teachers and students regarding concepts, principles and practicing self-rescue in the event of a natural disaster, and increasing collegiality between lecturers and teachers as well as between teachers in teaching disaster material to students. This multi-year development research (R&D) was carried out in collaboration with teachers in primary and secondary education. The research results are in the form of five learning model features such as: Syllabus, lesson plans, learning methods, teaching materials, as well as techniques and types of assessment developed including science material for grades IV, V, VI primary school and VII, VII, IX secondary school. The five features are packaged in a Guidebook for Teaching Natural Disasters Integrated in Science (for Teachers), a Textbook (for Students) and a supplement in the form of a cartoon comic. The dissemination results show that the learning tools developed are worthy of being given to students, and can increase students' understanding in recognizing and dealing with disaster.

Author Biographies

Timotius Berlian Yogi Ananto, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Disaster Management Study Program

Adi Subiyanto, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Disaster Managemrnt Study Program

Yuli Subiakto, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Disaster Management Study Program

Wilopo Wilopo, Republic Indonesia Defense University

Disaster Mangement Study Program

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Published

2024-06-22

How to Cite

Berlian, T., Subiyanto, A., Subiakto, Y. ., & Wilopo Wilopo. (2024). Science Environment Technology And Society Based For Disaster Mitigation. International Journal Of Humanities Education and Social Sciences, 3(6). https://doi.org/10.55227/ijhess.v3i6.942

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Social Science