Yana Maulana
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

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The Study of Multicultural Conflict Resolution Education for Students with a Design Thinking Models Based on Project Based Learning Thoriq Abdul Aziz; Yana Maulana
Pancasila and Civics Education Journal Vol 2, No 1 (2023): PCEJ
Publisher : Pancasila and Civics Education Journal (PCEJ)

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This research is based on a literature analysis of 30 (thirty) relevant journals on the topic of conflict resolution education as part of multicultural education in application and is associated with the development of a project-based learning-based learning design thinking learning model to foster students in civics learning by improving the ability to solve everyday critical-critical problem-based problems in the surrounding environment. The analysis of the journal resulted in two main concepts studied, namely multicultural learning and educational models. development of a design thinking learning model as a way to foster students' critical thinking in learning activities analysing multicultural conflict issues in civic education learning. The analysis method uses systematic literature review by sorting out the selected journals to be discussed and producing the stages of application of the design thinking model to make ideas and reprise the selected work through presentations and independent assessments by teachers as facilitators and developers of learning models. This model aims to prevent the occurrence of potential negative conflicts among students in the future due to increasingly complex social issues.
Strengthening global diversity character through civic education in Pancasila student profile learning Thoriq Abdul Aziz; Aim Abdulkarim; Yana Maulana
Jurnal Pembangunan Pendidikan: Fondasi dan Aplikasi Vol 11, No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Graduate School, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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The Pancasila Student Profile project at SMA Negeri 3 Cimahi is examined in this study to illustrate how project-based learning and civic education can be combined to increase high school students' awareness of cultural diversity. The study examines the project's implementation and its effects on students' character development using qualitative research techniques like observation, interviews, and document analysis. The research was conducted at SMA Negeri 3 Cimahi in the January 2022/2023 school year with grade X high school students carrying out Project learning. The results demonstrate how the Pancasila Student Profile project offers a strong foundation for promoting student variety, tolerance, and respect for different values crucial for molding their character to embrace global diversity. By allowing students to apply their knowledge and abilities to actual problems, the project also fosters the ability to think critically and solve problems. The study highlights how crucial it is for teachers to get support and training to include civic education in project-based learning. Students can experience character improvement through Project learning by applying the values of the ability to work together and tolerance for other learning outcomes. Teachers may establish a supportive learning environment that supports students' character development by being given the necessary tools and resources. The study's findings have significant ramifications for practitioners and educational policymakers who want to strengthen students' character development and prepare them for the difficulties of living in a diverse and globalized environment.