Penggunaan Sumber Dokumen dalam Mata Pelajaran Sejarah: Peningkatan Kemahiran Pemikiran Sejarah?

  • M. Kaviza Pusat Pengajian Pendidikan dan Bahasa Moden, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
Keywords: sumber dokumen, mata pelajaran sejarah, kemahiran pemikiran sejarah

Abstract

Kajian eksperimen ini bertujuan untuk mengkaji kesan penggunaan sumber dokumen terhadap peningkatan kemahiran pemikiran sejarah. Kajian ini melibatkan seramai 111 orang murid tingkatan empat. Instrumen kajian ini merupakan soal selidik kemahiran pemikiran sejarah yang diadaptasi yang telah disahkan oleh pakar penilai dan mempunyai nilai ketekalan yang baik. Data kajian ini dianalisis secara deskriptif dan inferensi iaitu ujian ANCOVA dan MANCOVA melalui perisian IBM SPSS. Dapatan kajian ini menunjukkan bahawa terdapat perbezaan yang signifikan min skor ujian pasca bagi kemahiran pemikiran sejarah dan kelima-lima konstruknya iaitu memahami kronologi, meneroka bukti, membuat interpretasi, membuat imaginasi dan membuat rasionalisasi antara kumpulan eksperimen dan kumpulan kawalan dengan mengawal skor min ujian pra. Implikasi kajian ini telah mencadangkan kepada guru-guru sejarah untuk memainkan peranan penting dalam membuat penambahbaikan terhadap proses pengajaran dan pembelajaran daripada berpusatkan guru kepada berpusatkan murid dengan matlamat untuk mengubah status mata pelajaran sejarah sebagai mata pelajaran yang menarik.

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Published
2020-02-27
How to Cite
Kaviza, M. (2020) “Penggunaan Sumber Dokumen dalam Mata Pelajaran Sejarah: Peningkatan Kemahiran Pemikiran Sejarah?”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 5(2), pp. 116 - 123. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v5i2.413.
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