MODEL PEMBELAJARAN BERKEHIDUPAN BERSAMA LINTAS ETNIK DAN AGAMA
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The major problem of this first year research is how the conceptual model of learning to live together inter-ethnic and religion appropriate with the problems faced by students in their everyday social interaction looks like. The approach used in this research is survey for needs assessment in order to find out the school condition and the social interaction of the students at schools every day. The datacollecting methods employed include interview and questionnaire. The interview is conducted with the student informants. The questionnaire is for the schoolmasters and the GC (guidance and counseling) teachers of five different schools. The conclusions of the research are as follows. Firstly, the schools have not taken into consideration the variety of students’ ethnic and religious backgrounds and they have not made particular policy and provided the students with particular learning experience to manage the diversity of the students. While in their social interaction, the students encounter with problems indicating that they are lack of the social skills for social interaction. Secondly, the module of learning to live together inter-ethnic and inter-religion, being the product of the first year research, has been designed based on the needs assessment in schools. The review of the module states that the learning material, objective, and strategy prepared in the module are appropriate with the students’ needs, meaning that conceptually the module can serve as an alternative model of learning to live together.