Teacher’s Teaching Performance on Ecopedagogic Learning and Behavioral Framework
Keywords:Teachers, Teaching Performance, Ecopedagogic
This paper reviews a crucial aspect of education, namely pedagogy. Ecological trends have influenced many aspects of life, inseparable from the educational aspect. This research aims to explore the teacher's performance in implementing Ecopedagogic in language learning. The method used is observation and interviews. Observations were conducted using a checklist of observations, and interviews were conducted using semi-structured interviews. The sample that can be taken is ten teachers spread across high schools in Merauke Regency. As a result, the implementation of eco-pedagogic is applied unconsciously by the teacher, learning is oriented to introducing the surrounding environment, and student activities are project-based.
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