MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL OF NATURE BASED ON RELIGIOUS CULTURE (CASE STUDY AT SMK PARIWISATA BUBOHU, REGENCY OF GORONTALO INDONESIA)
abd. kadim Masaong, Humaira Tipuwo
Gorontalo state university
School of nature is an alternative model of School Based Management (SBM) which is implemented autonomously. Through the learning process, natural school utilizes nature as space, media and learning objects. Natural school learning method uses experience-based learning approach (learning experience). Through this method, participants are invited to perform various activities, both at school and outside school. With the various activities, the learning takes place actively, innovative, creatively, effectively and fun.
This research aims to (1) describe the management of the nature-based learning in SMK Pariwisata Bubohu, in regency of Gorontalo; (2) describe the integration of religious culture values on learning in SMK Pariwisata Bubohu; (3) describe the educational value contained in the process of learning based on religious culture in SMK Bubohu Tourism; and (4) Describes the preservation of wood fossil museum as a learning resource at SMK Tourism Bubohu, regency of Gorontalo. This research uses a qualitative approach with case study design. Data collection techniques were used were: interviews, observation and documentation. The selection of informants in this study used snowball sampling technique. The data analysis used: data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. The results of the research showed: (1) the management of learning applied in SMK Pariwisata Bubohu was a nature-based scientific learning approach that utilized nature as space, media and learning object with the aim was to teach students to love and preserve the nature, build the psychology of students, foster the morality and entrepreneurship spirit of the students, and present an active, innovative, creative, effective and fun learning environment; (2) The integration of religious cultural values in learning is done during the initial activities and at the final activities of learning which the integration is seen in the activities of students outside the classroom; (3) The educative values embodied in natural-based learning included values: religious, creative, patriotic, love reading and taking care of the environment; (4) Wood fossil museum was used as a learning resource for students, college students, and society, and also as a research objects.
Topic: Administration and Management in Vocational School