Collaborative Learning Model With Problem Solving Approach To Improving Student Environment Sensitivity
In the era of globalization, many environmental problems have emerged, but individuals and communities are treating these issues with necessary seriousness. This study suggests that it is necessary to build a sense of sensitivity to the environment. Environmental Sensitivity is a predictor responsible for the environment, written on the goals and objectives in environmental education and empathy views or understanding of the environment. The purpose of this study is to look at collaborative learning models using problem-solving to increase students’ environmental sensitivity. Research is based on quantitative and pretest-posttest experimental design methods used in class X-Accounting Yatindo Vocational High School students in Bekasi. The results showed that students who studied collaborative learning models with problem learning (experimental class) displayed a higher sensitivity than students in the control class undergoing conventional learning.
Keywords: collaborative learning model, problem-solving approach, environmental sensitivity
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