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Action on ADIDS methodology applied to human rights education.
interactive teaching method
human rights education
Abstract This research investigates the feasibility of the implementation of Interactive Teaching method in the Human Rights Education at Senior High schools, as well as to examine the problems the teacher encounters while developing and implementing the method. It is also to understand students' overall appreciation of the implemented teaching method. The recommendations to be made based on the research results; and, to be utilized as a reference to the future Human Rights Education application. The study utilizes action research approach using “ participant observation “, “interview method” to collect data. The data is gathered from students' worksheets, teaching diaries, classroom observation records by co-researchers, informal interview records and students' feedback sheets. The data is analyzed through qualitative methods. It is adopted by the researcher for modification in the teaching. The research is to compile for future references. The study was conducted on four classes for three teaching plans - first two classes were conducted for consecutive two classes and the last two classes were conducted separately. The researcher invited other teachers in the same area to be the co-researchers. The advice they provided and the classroom observation in the research progress play an important role for the researcher on program revision. Based on the action research results, the researcher concludes that the Interactive Teaching method applied in Human Rights Education at Senior High Schools is possible to enhance students' learning interests, to enable students to understand the importance of Human Rights and to have students realize the correlation between the Convention on Human Rights and themselves. According to the results, the following recommendations are made by the researcher: 1. Course Execution: students are provided with class materials in advance to maximize the influence of hidden curriculum. 2. Teacher: teachers to utilize the knowledge of the teaching group on class design and teachers to implement role-playing activities in the class. 3. Future Research: researchers can quantity the collected data to test and verify in real class. Keywords: interactive teaching method, human rights education
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