Utilization of Historical Sites as a Learning Resource to Improve Critical Thinking Skills, and Writing History for Student

Authors

  • Malkisedek Taneo
  • Susilo Setyo Utomo
  • Fransina Aprilyse Ndoen
  • Aleksius Madu
  • Sarlota Naema Sipa

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https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21i1.5306

Abstract

This study aims to utilize historical sites as learning resources to improve students' critical thinking and history writing skills. The method used is a mixed method that combines leatherative and quantitative research methods with 35 research subjects. The data sources used were primary data obtained from the caretaker of the historical site and the lecturer teaching the course, as well as secondary data obtained through textbooks, articles, and other literature. Data were obtained through interviews, observations, documentation, and tests. The results showed that students' critical thinking and historical writing skills improved, this was due to the application of field trip learning methods that utilize historical sites as learning resources. Students understand what is conveyed during learning and make visits to historical sites. Students think that learning by using the field trip method is very impactful on the ability to think critically, and write history that connects past events with the present.

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Published

2023-10-25

How to Cite

Malkisedek Taneo, Susilo Setyo Utomo, Fransina Aprilyse Ndoen, Aleksius Madu, & Sarlota Naema Sipa. (2023). Utilization of Historical Sites as a Learning Resource to Improve Critical Thinking Skills, and Writing History for Student . Migration Letters, 21(1), 464–476. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21i1.5306

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