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Jambura Geo Education Journal
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  • EKOWISATA RAMMANG-RAMMANG SEBAGAI LABORATORIUM PEMBELAJARAN KONTEKSTUAL
           GEOGRAFI DI KABUPATEN MAROS

    • Authors: Muhammad Ikhsan, Haris Haris
      Pages: 43 - 51
      Abstract: This study aims to identify objects or locations in the Ecotourism area of Rammang-Ramang Maros which can be used as a Geography Contextual Learning Laboratory). This type of research is descriptive qualitative research, which means that this research identifies and describes every object in the Rammang-Rammang Ecotourism location that can be studied using a geography approach, then mapped into a geography learning laboratory concept. This research utilizes primary data (observation) and secondary data (library study). The data collected, both primary and secondary, were processed, analyzed, and then mapped into geographic laboratory locations for students to use in contextual geography learning. The results showed that there were 6 (six) location points that could be used as a geography laboratory in the Rammang-Rammang ecotourism area. Each location describes a typical geographic study object from the aspects of hydrology, geology, geomorphology, and biodiversity. The six location points that have been plotted as a geography laboratory are Batu Forest (Tower Karts), Berua Village, Tunnel Cave, Berlian Cave, Bat Cave, and Bidadari Lake. The location is made as a geography learning laboratory because the six locations have geosphere phenomena that are relevant to some of the achievements of geography learning in the independent learning curriculum. So, this research has produced a geography laboratory that conceptually makes it easier for teachers and students to study contextual-based geography with the concept of outdoor study learning such as field trips or field studies.
      PubDate: 2022-09-09
      DOI: 10.34312/jgej.v3i2.15366
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • ADAPTASI MASYARAKAT TERDAMPAK BANJIR DI DAERAH ALIRAN SUNGAI LIMBOTO

    • Authors: Muh Rifaldy Happy, Ramli Utina, Marini Susanti Hamidun
      Pages: 52 - 59
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the adaptation of flood-affected residents in the Limboto watershed. The research method is a qualitative method that examines phenomena comprehensively with a case study approach. Interactive data analysis using three stages including; data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing. The results showed that during the 2018-2022 period, there were 139 flood events in the Limboto watershed, spread over 50 sub-districts/villages in 10 sub-districts. The impacts of flooding in the Limboto watershed also vary, ranging from material, economic, health, housing losses, to the death toll. This impact has prompted changes in adaptive behavior in affected communities in the Limboto watershed, such as the creation of an early warning system, an evacuation stage, the construction of temporary embankments, new livelihoods, and providing equipment to deal with floods
      PubDate: 2022-09-09
      DOI: 10.34312/jgej.v3i2.14918
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • INTEGRASI BUDAYA KAMPUNG NAGA SEBAGAI MITIGASI BENCANA DI KABUPATEN
           TASIKMALAYA PROVINSI JAWA BARAT

    • Authors: Setio Galih Marlyono, Tineu Indrianeu, Elgar Balasa Singkawijaya
      Pages: 106 - 113
      Abstract: Disasters are a threat to all people living in Indonesia, as a logical consequence of Indonesia's geological conditions. Almost all regions of Indonesia have the potential for disasters. Especially for the West Java Province, especially the Regency on the south coast which has various kinds of disaster threats, such as Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Landslides, and even Fires. Likewise in Tasikmalaya Regency, in this case the Naga traditional village community. The touch of local wisdom in disaster mitigation is very interesting to learn in Kampung Naga. The research method uses a descriptive method with a field survey technique (Field Study). The results showed that, for earthquake disasters, it was minimized by the use of the dominant house material from bamboo and consuming the system of houses on stilts to dampen vibrations. In the case of landslides, on sloping land, this is handled by using stone terraces. As for the fire disaster, using a method of using a different room woven system for each room to minimize the appearance of fire so that it can be detected from outside the house.
      PubDate: 2022-09-30
      DOI: 10.34312/jgej.v3i2.16098
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • APAKAH MODEL EARTHCOMM DAN GAYA BELAJAR DAPAT MEMPENGARUHI KEMAMPUAN
           BERPIKIR SPASIAL SISWA SMA'

    • Authors: Muhammad Aliman, Dahri Hi Halek, Syahril Lukman, Silvia Marni, Darling Surya Alnursa
      Pages: 114 - 125
      Abstract: Developing spatial thinking in students remains a challenge for many geography teachers in Indonesia. This study examined the process of developing spatial thinking skills in learning styles. Therefore, a relevant learning model is required for developing spatial thinking skills. This research aimed to determine: 1) the effect of earthcomm learning on spatial thinking skills, 2) the effect of learning styles on spatial thinking skills, and 3) the relationship of earthcomm learning and learning styles on spatial thinking skills. The study used a quasi-experimental design with a non-equivalent control pretest-posttest. The data were obtained using a questionnaire to test learning style and spatial thinking ability that had been validated and assessed for normality and reliability. The research population were first-grade students (grade X) in SMAN 15 Padang, West Sumatra. The research sample consists of students from Social Class 2 (X IPS 2) as the control group and students from Social Class 3 (X IPS 3) as the experimental group. The research data were analyzed using the ANOVA technique from the SPSS 25 for Windows. The findings indicated that: 1) earthcomm learning has an effect on spatial thinking skills, 2) learning style has no significant effect on spatial thinking skills, and 3) there is no interaction between earthcomm learning and learning style on spatial thinking skills. This study provided a comprehensive discussion of the research findings.
      PubDate: 2022-09-30
      DOI: 10.34312/jgej.v3i2.16348
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 2 (2022)
       
 
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