Environmental Literacy Mapping Based on Adiwiyata and Non Adiwiyata at Junior High School in Ponorogo


This research is used to find out the effectiveness of adiwiyata program between national, provincial, district and non-adiwiyata schools on environmental literacy based on age and gender. The research was conducted at junior high school Ponorogo in march-october 2017. Type of research is ex post facto. Sampling technique used is Proportionate stratified random sampling technique. The assessment used the Middle School Environmental Literacy Survey (MSELS) standard supported by observational data. The results of validity and reliability test on MSELI are valid and reliable. The results show that the adiwiyata program in ponorogo as a whole is related to the increase of environmental literacy with the sig value. 0.000. The higher the adiwiyata level, the higher the literacy value of the environment. Ability of environmental literacy among junior high school students between the ages of 13, 14, and 15 years or more is not different, with sig value. 0.308. The literacy ability of junior high school students environment between male and female sex is different, with the sig value. 0.004. For general environmental literacy assessment in ponorogo is still low that more than 51% of respondents did not reach the score at level 3 which is the standard level of environmental literacy. The conclusions of the study were the types of levels of adiwiyata and gender affecting environmental literacy.



Keywords: Environmental Literacy, Environmental Education, Adiwiyata

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