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Journal : International Journal Pedagogy of Social Studies

The Application of Portfolio-Based Assessments to Improve Students’ Probleum Solving Supriatna, Encep
International Journal Pedagogy of Social Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018): Research Social Study
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/ijposs.v3i1.13449


One of the objectives of Social Studies as Improve Citizenship transmission, and studying as reflevtive inquiry, developing student behavior, and the primary purposes of social studies  to help young people develop the ability to make informed and reasoned decision for public good citicens of culturally diverse, (NCSS, 1994).. Another approach that can be used by lecturer is giving assignment or project to students. From the product that produced by the students and their appearance in the classroom, it can be seen which group the process of making the product involves all members of the group and not involves all members of the group. One of the social skill in social studies which can be developed in the lecture process is by using portfolio-based assessment that can vary in form, one of the advantage of a portfolio assessment is the lecturer can assess the students’ overall abilities. On lectures of social studies, lecturer assigns students to make educational props for basic education in accordance with predetermined theme. After finishing the product, every group is asked to present their work to be commented by other groups, while using portfolio assesment the student can reflective inquiry many values and  using it’s for decision making for the public policy
Internalization of Cultural and Religious Values in Banten Lama Area in Social Studies Learning in Elementary Schools Supriatna, Encep; Alfarisa, Fitri; Susilawati, Susilawati; Ridwan, Ita Rustiati
International Journal Pedagogy of Social Studies Vol 5, No 2 (2020): Social Studies
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/ijposs.v5i2.28399


This research was motivated by the anxiety felt by parents and teachers at the educational process that only relies on the cognitive aspects, ignoring the affective aspects, so that it makes learning less meaningful, so that learning is meaningful, the material is not foreign to students, therefore social studies material can be taken from sources closest to students. One of the contextual learning can help students understand the various sources of learning from the student's socio-cultural environment, the teacher can start it by looking for socio-cultural values that are relevant to the themes of social studies learning. For this reason, the researcher tries to use the socio-cultural environment of students in this case the Banten Lama area as a source of learning in elementary schools so that it is hoped that children will follow and identify themselves according to the stories in the learning. The location of the primary school which is the subject of this study is the SD Laboratory of the UPI Serang Campus which is located in the city of Serang. The research method uses a qualitative research approach with the phenomenological method then the results of the research are used as teaching material in social studies learning in elementary schools by conducting a series of cycles starting from planning, implementation, observation and reflection. While the data analysis is done by means of triangulation, member check, trial audit and expert opinion, then the data that has been analyzed draw conclusions.