Kesan Kaedah Pembelajaran Berasaskan Multiple Document-Based Lessons Terhadap Pengekalan Penguasaan Kemahiran Pemikiran Sejarah dalam kalangan Murid Tingkatan Satu

  • M. Kaviza Pusat Pengajian Pendidikan dan Bahasa Moden, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
Keywords: kaedah pembelajaran berasaskan multiple document-based lessons, pengekalan, penguasaan, kemahiran pemikiran sejarah, murid tingkatan satu

Abstract

Kajian eksperimen dengan reka bentuk faktorial 3 X 3 ini bertujuan mengkaji kesan kaedah pembelajaran berasaskan Multiple Document-Based Lessons terhadap pengekalan penguasaan kemahiran pemikiran sejarah dalam kalangan murid. Seramai 102 orang murid Tingkatan Satu melalui teknik persampelan berkelompok terlibat dalam kajian ini. Instrumen kajian ini merupakan ujian kemahiran pemikiran sejarah yang telah dibina oleh pengkaji yang telah disahkan oleh pakar-pakar penilai serta mempunyai nilai kebolehpercayaan yang baik. Data kuantitatif dalam kajian ini telah dianalisis secara statistic deskriptif dan statistic inferensi iaitu melalui ujian SPANOVA dengan menggunakan perisian IBM SPSS versi 24. Dapatan kajian ini telah menunjukkan bahawa kaedah pembelajaran berasaskan Multiple Document-based Lessons adalah lebih berkesan berbanding dengan kaedah pembelajaran berasaskan Document-based Lessons dan kaedah pengajaran konvensional terhadap pengekalan penguasaan kemahiran pemikiran sejarah dalam kalangan murid. Implikasi kajian ini telah menyediakan sumber maklumat kepada para guru sejarah bahawa kaedah pembelajaran berasaskan Multiple Document-Based Lessons telah dibuktikan adalah lebih berpotensi dilaksanakan dalam pendidikan Sejarah selaras dengan inovasi dalam kaedah pengajaran sejarah sedia ada.

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Published
2021-03-08
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Kaviza, M. (2021) “Kesan Kaedah Pembelajaran Berasaskan Multiple Document-Based Lessons Terhadap Pengekalan Penguasaan Kemahiran Pemikiran Sejarah dalam kalangan Murid Tingkatan Satu”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 6(3), pp. 17 - 29. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v6i3.724.
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