UTILIZATION OF LOCAL CULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL POTENTIAL AS A SOURCE OF LEARNING INDONESIAN IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

Heni Dwi Arista

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Globalization brings changes in various sectors of life as a nation and state. Changes that occur in one community can cause changes in another society. The emergence of a change in the attitude of the young generation of Indonesia, known as the mileneal generation and generation z is the impact of changing attitudes of the younger generation in developed countries. The era of digital-based technology has become the arena of life for today's generation of generations. The rise of milleneal generation with a variety of innovations that have brought the impact of changes in services, including educational services. This phenomenon changes the context of the learning environment of students to be different from the previous context. The learning environment that includes school culture with its various ethos and characteristics as well as various educational policy factors has experienced a shift in the order and mechanism of its realization. The learning environment has direct and indirect effects on the learning process and outcomes. The learning process and results become meaningful if the learning activities are oriented to the potential and needs of students in present and future social life. Learning that involves the potential of the local environment and culture as a source and medium of learning is a challenge and a demand to make students able to build their character in accordance with the socio-cultural context of the community.

Keyword: learning, globalization, environmental potential, local culture


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