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The Learning Model used in the Teaching and Learning Process of Environmental Damage in Bandung Basin

D. Sugandi, N. Trianawati, L. Somantri


The impacts of environmental damage, such as floods, should be introduced to students in the school teaching and learning. The study aims to: Find out the factors causing floods in Bandung and analyse the teaching and learning stages of the occurrence of floods as a result of environmental damage. It employed the experimental method with Geography Education students as the population and sample. The techniques of analysis consist of the stages of preparation, interpretation of Landsat images, field survey, and reporting. It is expected that students can know, understand, and become skilled in revealing evidences from the field regarding how floods occur and the causing factors. In addition, the study would like to find the stages in the teaching and learning process and how students are engaged emotionally in the process of gaining the knowledge, understanding, and skills. A learning model that engages students emotionally is believed to be able to develop their logic.


Environment damage, Flood, Emotionally, Teaching and Learning process emotionally.

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