Revitalization of Social Studies Education to Build the Nation's Generation with Creative Pedagogy in the 21st Century
Keywords:Social Studies Education, Generation of the Nation, Creative Pedagogy, 21st Century
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to examine Social Studies Education in preparing the nation's generation through 21st century creative pedagogy and to find out strategies to face the challenges of 21st century Social Studies Education. The research method used is the library research method by involving searching, assessing and analyzing literature relevant to the research. Data analysis techniques use a content analysis model with steps: design determination, search for basic data, and consequent knowledge search. The results found that social studies education with 21st century creative pedagogy requires 10 future skills of the nation's generation, namely: Complex Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Creativity, People Management, Coordinating with other, Emotional Intelligence, Judgment and Decision Making, Service Orentation, Negotiation, Cognitive Flexbility. The strategy to face the challenges of 21st century social studies education is to implement the four principles of the Pancasila Student Profile, namely holistic, consectual, student-centered and exploratory. Why this research is important, because as an increase in creativity and innovation that examines how social studies education can promote student creativity in responding to social and cultural issues. This research can measure the impact of Social Studies Education in shaping students' critical thinking, and analytical skills to become competent global citizens. Thus, social studies education must transform following the changing times towards technological advances as future intelligence that cannot be defeated by artificial intelligence.
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