Development of Mini Ludruk Festival Learning Model to Embed Social Care Values of Class XII Students in SMKN 3 Malang

Development of Mini Ludruk Festival Learning Model to Embed Social Care Values of Class XII Students in SMKN 3 Malang

Published on Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research, volume 461 – 1st International Conference on Language, Literature, and Arts Education (ICLLAE 2019)

Schools become educational institutions that have an active role to instill the values of character education in students. Efforts to instill character education can be done in various ways. This study aims to develop a mini learning model of the ludruk festival to instill the value of social care for class XII students of SMKN 3 Malang. This research uses the research method of plomp model development which consists of preliminary research phases, model development, and assessment. In these three phases, conceptual models, hypothetical models and empirical models are produced. Conceptual models are tested on experts and practitioners to get hypothetical models. Hypothesis models are tested in small groups to get empirical models and empirical models are tested in the field to get mini ludruk festivals, learning models. The experts consisted of 1 lecturer with Professor Performing Ludruk’s qualifications. Practitioners consist of a ludruk artist. The small group consisted of selected Malang SMKN 3 students. Field tests were conducted on all students of class XII SMKN 3 Malang. The effectiveness of the learning model is known by examining scores through the social care questionnaire distributed before applying the learning model and after applying the learning model, this is done to test the extent of the impact of the learning model on students’ social care behavior. The Learning Model that was tested tried to increase the score in 30% of class XII students, by 75%. The mini ludruk festival learning model uses a culturally responsive pedagogical approach to re-instilling the values of social care through folklore through the mini ludruk festival.

Astrid Wangsagirindra Pudjastawa – Guru Bahasa Jawa SMK Negeri 3 Malang

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