The Implementation of Multicultural Education in History Learning At SMAN 3 Surakarta

Yusuf Perdana, Djono Djono, Suyo Ediyono

Abstract


The rise of issues related to multicultural issues such as tribal wars, separatism and other movements that have the potential to cause national disintegration are urgent and require appropriate solutions. In the Indonesian context, the younger generation (student) becomes a potential subject to break the multicultural conflict. In relation to the issue, one potential form of solution is multicultural education especially through historical learning because of its potential to build a sense of tolerance and mutual respect. Therefore, this article will focus on the discussion of the implementation of multicultural education in history learning at SMAN 3 Surakarta. The methodology used is the Case Study with the design of Robert K. Yin. The results of the study indicate that the strategies used by history teachers in applying multicultural education in learning history is Cooperative Learning with the form of discussion, group work and presentation. The strategy is considered suitable because it is able to  figure out  the Affective, Cognitive and Psychomotor aspects of students. Obstacles experienced are very diverse include student saturation, dissatisfaction with the group of teachers to the limitations of the cost of learning outside the classroom in the historical site observation activities that match historical learning materials so that the majority of learning done in the class using photo and video media

Keywords


Implementation; Multicultural education; History learning

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