Needs Analysis of Problem-Based Learning Models in Boarding School: A Preliminary Research
Keywords:need analysis, model of teaching, problem-based learning, Islamic boarding school
This study aimed to find out how the description of the need for the development of problem-based learning models in Islamic boarding schools in the subjects of Social Sciences. This research is the initial phase in research and development (R & D) devoted to studying needs analysis with a qualitative approach. Data were collected using several instruments such as interviews, observations, and document analysis. Furthermore, the data were analyzed qualitatively by using content analysis techniques. The results showed the teachers and students at the As'adiyah Islamic Boarding School, especially MTs. As’adiyah Putra 1 Sengkang showed that students' ability in the field of Social Science studies still needed methods that we’re able to improve their learning achievement so that they could exceed the Minimum Completeness Criteria. They need innovation in the development of problem-based learning models to replace conventional methods that have been used in Islamic boarding schools.
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