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Application of scientific learning for primary school social studies material: Strategies to equip students in carrying out the revised 2013 curriculum

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  • HM Zainuddin

    (State University of Malang, Indonesia)

  • Im Hambali

    (State University of Malang, Indonesia)

  • Hadi Mustofa

    (State University of Malang, Indonesia)

Abstract

This research was aimed at providing solution to the problems of ujnderstanding and implementing the revised primary school revised 2013 social studies curriculum by developing scientific learning application using discovery learning model for social studies materials in which teacher training students were assigned as teaching model. This study used Research & Development design, assigning 23 teacher training students at Malang State University, Indonesia. Data were collected fromquestionnaire, interview and observation on teaching implementation. Results ofprocess data showed that initially students were confused; shal have consulted to developlesson plans; prepared and consulted under guidance of researchers; consulted lessonplan to researchers; revised lesson plans with advice of researchers; and were ready after aseries of implementation. Results of product were: video captured overall learningsteps of scientific model of discovery learning; model teacher had worked with theguidance of the revised 2013 Curriculum on social sciences teaching materials, and videolearning was eligible for learning resource for scientific learning by discoverylearning model of social-sciences teaching materials for primary school.

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  • HM Zainuddin & Im Hambali & Hadi Mustofa, 2017. "Application of scientific learning for primary school social studies material: Strategies to equip students in carrying out the revised 2013 curriculum," Journal of Social Sciences (COES&RJ-JSS), , vol. 6(2), pages 282-290, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:jso:coejss:v:6:y:2017:i:2:p:282-290
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    1. HM. Zainuddin, 2016. "Designing scientific learning models application in low-grade of primary schools based on the 2013 curriculum in East Java, Indonesia," Journal of Social Sciences (COES&RJ-JSS), , vol. 5(3), pages 229-237, July.
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