Kesan Pembelajaran Berasaskan Dokumen dengan Pendekatan Kepelbagaian Sumber Terhadap Pengetahuan Sejarah

  • M. Kaviza Pusat Pengajian Pendidikan dan Bahasa Moden, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
Keywords: pembelajaran berasaskan dokumen, pendekatan kepelbagaian sumber, pengetahuan sejarah

Abstract

Kajian eksperimen kuasi ini bertujuan untuk mengkaji kesan pembelajaran berasaskan dokumen dengan pendekatan kepelbagaian sumber terhadap pencapaian pengetahuan sejarah. Sampel kajian ini merupakan murid tingkatan satu dari tiga buah sekolah menengah harian yang telah ditentukan berdasarkan teknik persampelan berkelompok. Instrumen kajian ini merupakan ujian pencapaian pengetahuan sejarah yang telah disahkan oleh pakar penilai dan mempunyai nilai ketekalan yang baik. Data kajian ini telah dianalisis secara statistik deskriptif dan inferensi iaitu ujian ANOVA Satu Hala dengan menggunakan perisian IBM SPSS versi 24. Dapatan kajian ini telah melaporkan bahawa pembelajaran berasaskan dokumen dengan pendekatan kepelbagaian sumber adalah lebih berkesan terhadap pencapaian pengetahuan sejarah berbanding dengan pembelajaran berasaskan dokumen tanpa pendekatan kepelbagaian sumber dan pengajaran sedia ada. Implikasi kajian ini telah membuktikan bahawa pembelajaran berasaskan dokumen dengan pendekatan kepelbagaian sumber adalah lebih berpotensi dilaksanakan dalam pendidikan sejarah selaras dengan perkembangan teknologi maklumat dan komunikasi (TMK).

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Published
2021-01-06
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Kaviza, M. (2021) “Kesan Pembelajaran Berasaskan Dokumen dengan Pendekatan Kepelbagaian Sumber Terhadap Pengetahuan Sejarah”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 6(1), pp. 128 - 139. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v6i1.642.
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