SHS Web Conf.
Volume 42, 2018Global Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning in Education (GC-TALE 2017)
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|Published online||29 January 2018|
Ecological Intelligence Level Of Hight School Students In Cimahi City
Master Program of Geography Education, School of Post Graduate Indonesia University of Education, Bandung
Indonesia is experiencing serious environmental problems as a negative impact of development. One of the areas that shows the problem of the environment is Cimahi City located in West Java Province. Therefore, efforts are needed to prepare future generations in order to have high ecological intelligence. The intelligence can be prepared and established through the process of education in the School. The purpose of this study is to measure the level of ecological intelligence of high school students in Cimahi City. This research uses survey method based on quantitative approach. The technique of determining the number of samples using stratified ramdom sampling and obtained 35 schools as sample. Data collection techniques used observation, interviews, questionnaires, literature studies and documentation studies. Data then analyzed and presented with descriptive statistic technique. The results showed that the level of ecological intelligence of learners varied between schools, from moderate to high levels. Judging from the components of ecological intelligence, the attitude aspect has the highest score followed by aspects of knowledge, skills and participation. All parties need to encourage schools and learners to improve ecological intelligence through various programs at schools based on environmental conservation efforts.
Key words: Ecological intelligence / environmental degradation / knowledge / skills / participation
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