Higher Education Social Studies Curricula And Their Implementations in Indonesia and Japan (Similarity)

Chotimah, Umi and Wargadalem, Farida R and Jaenuddin, Riswan and Fujita, Eiji (2018) Higher Education Social Studies Curricula And Their Implementations in Indonesia and Japan (Similarity). Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research.

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Abstract

This study aims to describe the concept of curriculum applied in Social Studies (SS) Department, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FTTE), Sriwijaya University (SU), Indonesia and Faculty of Education (FE) Kochi University (KU), Japan, the overview of its implementation, as well as students' and lecturers’ perceptions, and to figure out the possibility of problems in the implementation. The population of this study is all of lecturers and students at 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th semester (total 928 students) SU, Indonesia and 5 lecturers and 24 students of FE, KU, Japan. Data were collected using documentation, observation, and questionnaires. The qualitative data were analyzed using descriptive qualitative data analysis techniques: data reduction, data presentation. Data from the questionnaire were analyzed using quantitative data in the form of proportion and mode. The results show some similarities and differences between both departments. They have similarities in history and economy but the differences in history are divided into 3 groups: Japanese, Oriental, and Western. The differences also include Geography and Topography, Jurisprudence and Political, Sociology, Economic and Political Economy, and Philosophy. Furthermore, all students in FE, KU have to study about social studies in the primary, secondary, and high school curriculum. In an implementation, the similarities cover media of learning, the engagement of power point and numbers of lectures, fourteen times. Moreover, the differences in this area that every student must have a textbook and they have to learn by reading the book while the lecturer is teaching. Percentages of having similarities of students and lecturer perception about social studies curriculum are between 49-60%, among which are social studies aims to make students be a good citizen, social studies are necessary for all students, social studies courses should be made fun, and so on.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: #3 Repository of Lecturer Academic Credit Systems (TPAK) > Results of Ithenticate Plagiarism and Similarity Checker
Divisions: 06-Faculty of Education and Educational Science > 87201-History Education (S1)
Depositing User: Farida WD
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2021 05:17
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2021 05:17
URI: http://repository.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/45063

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