INTEGRATING INTERNET TECHNOLOGY INTO SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPING THE 21st-CENTURY SKILLS

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Title: INTEGRATING INTERNET TECHNOLOGY INTO SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPING THE 21st-CENTURY SKILLS
Author: Farisi, Mohammad Imam
Abstract: Recently, information and communication technology, especially the Internet has become a necessity in education. Facing these phenomena social studies education (SSE) should be innovated based on the 21st-century skills and learning paradigm, which is characterized by the principles of disclosure of information, computing, automation, communication. Integrating Internet technology into learning of SSE is one form of innovation in the global-digital era, and powerfully supports the NCSS visions of SSE are meaningful, powerful, value-based, challenging, and active. Integrating Internet technology into learning SSE also strongly supports the development of three core skills of the 21st-century, namely learning and innovation, information, media and technology, life and career skills. This paper examines and describes theoretical and practical foundations of SSE, evolution and affirmation of academic positions of SSE community about the Integrating Internet technology into learning SSE; empirical study results of the integration into learning SSE in the 21st-century skills development; constraints and limitations, and its implications for teacher competences and teacher education design.
URI: http://repository.widyatama.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/3351
Date: 2014-06-11


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