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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 5, May 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Development Concept On Student’s Responsibility Environment Behavior

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AUTHOR(S)

Eva Marthinu, Yahya Hairun, Hernita Pasongli

 

KEYWORDS

PBL Model, sustainable development, Responsibility environment behavior.

 

ABSTRACT

The objectives of this research is to know the effect of problem based learning model and knowledge about sustainable development concept on student’s responsibility environment behavior. An experimental method with 2x2 factorial design was employed in this quantitative study which was conducted at SMA Negeri 5 Ternate. Samples of the study were 32 students of grade XI of Social Sciences selected by means of random sampling. Data analysis shows that: 1. In general, the students that was touched problem based learning model with outdoor approach, have higher average score on responsibility environment behavior than those with indoor approach, 2.There is significant interaction effects between problem based model and knowledge of sustainable development concept toward student’s responsibility environment behavior. 3. Students having high knowledge level in sustainable development concept and using outdoor approach have higher average score on responsibility environment behavior than those with indoor approach, 4.Students who have low knowledge level in sustainable development concept and using indoor approach have higher average score on responsibility environment behavior than those with outdoor approach.

 

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