Pembelajaran Konseptual Sejarah Melalui Teknik "Peer with Sources-Cards": Satu Kajian Tindakan

  • M. Kaviza Pusat Pengajian Pendidikan dan Bahasa Moden, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
Keywords: teknik peer with sources-cards, kajian tindakan, kefahaman konseptual

Abstract

Kajian tindakan ini bertujuan untuk mengenal pasti sama ada kefahaman konseptual sejarah dapat dipertingkatkan dan diperkekalkan melalui teknik Peer with Sources-Cards yang diperkenalkan ke dalam mata pelajaran sejarah. Model Kemmis dan McTaggart, (1988) digunakan dalam kajian ini yang melibatkan pengumpulan data secara kuantitatif dan kualitatif melalui ujian, temubual dan pemerhatian. Seramai enam orang murid Tingkatan Empat yang dipilih melalui teknik persampelan bertujuan telah dijadikan sampel kajian. Dapatan kajian ini mendapati bahawa terdapat peningkatan dan kekekalan terhadap kefahaman konseptual sejarah secara berterusan, di samping miskonsepsi yang wujud dalam kalangan murid dapat dikurangkan melalui teknik Peer with Sources-Cards. Murid-murid juga menunjukkan persepsi penerimaan yang positif terhadap penggunaan teknik Peer with Sources- Cards dalam proses pengajaran dan pembelajaran sejarah. Adalah diharapkan bahawa teknik Peer with Sources-Cards perlu diperluaskan ke semua tingkatan yang lain dengan topik yang berbeza yang membolehkan proses pengajaran dan pembelajaran sejarah menjadi lebih seronok.

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Published
2019-05-15
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Kaviza, M. (2019) “Pembelajaran Konseptual Sejarah Melalui Teknik "Peer with Sources-Cards": Satu Kajian Tindakan”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 4(2), pp. 80 - 89. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v4i2.197.
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