The Effect of Moral Judgement Learning Model for Generation Z Students
Keywords:Moral Judgement, Learning Model, Generation Z
Education aims to create individuals who are broad-minded, skilled, and have good morals. For this reason, moral education is seen as necessary as the primary foundation in shaping a generation so that it can become a global society in the current era of the industrial revolution 4.0. In achieving the goals of moral education, various strategies are needed in the classroom so that the results achieved are by what is expected. This research is quasi-experimental research using a one-group pretest-posttest design. This study aimed to determine the effect of the moral judgment learning model on the learning outcomes of high school students (SMA) as Generation Z with unique characteristics. The research instrument used in a learning outcome test to collect data on the pretest and posttest. Furthermore, the data collected was analyzed quantitatively using SPSS version 22 software to obtain descriptive statistics, pair sample correlations, and sample T-tests. The results showed a significant positive difference in the use of the moral judgment model on the learning outcomes of high school students as Generation Z from the pretest and posttest sessions.
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