The Habituation Of Landslide Disaster Mitigation Literacy To Elementary School Students On Slopes Of Mount Salak, Indonesia

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Freddy Johanis Rumambi , Audery G. Tangkudung , Adrie Frans Assa , Dwi Novita Sari , Suryani


Disaster understanding in elementary school students is important to emphasize through habituation of disaster mitigation literacy because Indonesia is a country with a high potential for natural disasters in each of its provinces. This study aims to determine the steps to habituate the literacy of landslide disaster mitigation in the learning of elementary school students on the slopes of Mount Salak, Indonesia. The study respondents were selected using purposive sampling techniques consisting of 8 teachers who have been teaching for more than 15 years, and 7 students from grades 4, 5 and 6 in four schools on the slopes of Mount Salak, Indonesia. Data collection was carried out using in-depth interviews with guidelines that have been adjusted based on aspects and sub-aspects of disaster mitigation literacy. The data are analyzed and classified according to aspects and sub-aspects using the Bogdan & Biklen model which consists of data reduction, correlating data, and drawing conclusions. The results show that teachers have implemented disaster literacy mitigation measures through the stages of preparation, implementation, reflection and results. The learning outcomes from the implementation of this literacy consist of aspects of knowledge, skills, and disaster response attitudes. Furthermore, there are eight categories that are included in these three learning outcomes, namely disaster knowledge, preparenss knowledge, response knowledge, prevention awareness, prevention values, prevention sense of responsibility, preparedness action and response behaviors.

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