TEACHING TOLERANCE THROUGH METAPHOR IN CIVIC EDUCATION TO TEARTIARY STUDENTS

M. Januar Ibnu Adham, Kelik Wachyudi

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to disentangle the teaching of tolerance with the help of metaphors in civic education. The issue for this research is how to teach tolerance through metaphors in civic education to tertiary students. To limit the study, the researchers limit to teach tolerance through metaphors in civic education to tertiary students. In this research paper, the researchers took qualitative with embracing a case study. The participants are a lecturer and 60 students in the civics class. The result and discussion can be explained by the research here. The teaching of tolerance through metaphors by the lecturer along with the history of local wisdom made the students understand how to think at first before doing. This means teaching with a focus on metaphor is an alternative for the lecturers to teach tolerance in multi-culture and multi-language as an Indonesian archipelago. The conclusion from this study demonstrates that metaphors are a panacea for teaching tolerance in civic education

Full Text:

PDF 429-433

References


Almalki, M. S. (2017). Conceptualizing Language Learning Metaphors in the Saudi EFL Context: Practicality, Applicability & Appropriacy. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature, 6(7), 277-285.

Bowdle, B. F., & Gentner, D. (2005). The career of metaphor. Psychological review, 112(1), 193.

Buaraphan, K. (2011). Metaphorical roots of beliefs about teaching and learning science and their modifications in the standard‐based science teacher preparation programme. International Journal of Science Education, 33(11), 1571-1595.

Burbules, N. C. (2018). The Limits of the “Foundations” Metaphor in Education. Educational Foundations, 31, 63-73.

Buyiswa, M. Mini & Christoffel, R. Botha. (2020). Eastern Cape’s Language in-Education policy implementation initiative for bilingual education: A historical and onion metaphor conceptualisation. South African Journal of African Languages, 40:2, 139-147, DOI: 10.1080/02572117.2020.1804203.

Darrow, A. A. (2017). Teaching tolerance in the music classroom. General Music Today, 30(3), 18-21.

Devrim, D. Y. (2015). Grammatical metaphor: What do we mean? What exactly are we researching? Functional linguistics, 2(1), 1-15.

Dewantara, J. A., Suhendar, I. F., Rosyid, R., & Atmaja, T. S. (2019). Pancasila as Ideology and Characteristics Civic Education in Indonesia. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, 1(5), 400-405.

Elston, A. D. (2014). Teaching tolerance in language arts for student awareness in middle schools (Doctoral dissertation, University of Dayton).

Hansen, O. H. B. (2011). Teaching tolerance in public education: organizing the exposure to religious and life-stance diversity. Religion & Education, 38(2), 111-127.

Healey, M., Matthews, K. E., & Cook-Sather, A. (2019). Writing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Articles for Peer-Reviewed Journals. Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 7(2), 28-50.

Hoang, H. (2014). Metaphor and Second Language Learning: The State of the Field. TESL-EJ, 18(2), n2.

Howie, P., & Bagnall, R. (2013). A beautiful metaphor: Transformative learning theory. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 32(6), 816-836.

Isac, M. M., Sandoval-Hernández, A., & Miranda, D. (2018). Teaching Tolerance in a Globalized World: An Introduction. In Teaching Tolerance in a Globalized World (pp. 1-10). Springer, Cham.

Kalra, M. B., & Baveja, B. (2012). Teacher thinking about knowledge, learning and learners: A metaphor analysis. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 55, 317-326.

Landau, M. J., Meier, B. P., & Keefer, L. A. (2010). A metaphor-enriched social cognition. Psychological bulletin, 136(6), 1045.

Rodgers, S. (2016). Minding our metaphors in education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 48(6), 563-578.

Miftakh, F., & Wachyudi, K. (2019). Teaching tolerance through intercultural English language learning to elementary students. ELT in Focus, 2(2), 41-50.

Mintz, A. I. (2018). The present, past, and future of the gardening metaphor in education. Oxford Review of Education, 44(4), 414-424.

Moss, B. (2013). Teaching tolerance: resources for students and teachers. Voices from the Middle, 20(3), 52-56.

Lysenko, N., Shtefan, L., & Kholodniak, O. (2020). Teaching tolerance at school: The experience of modern French education system. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 6(1), 129-138.

Onuf, N. (2017). The power of metaphor/the metaphor of power. The Journal of International Communication, 23(1), 1-14.

Tannehill, D., & MacPhail, A. (2014). What examining teaching metaphors tells us about pre-service teachers' developing beliefs about teaching and learning. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 19(2), 149-163.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.35194/cp.v0i0.1381

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.