Spatial analysis on school environment characteristics in mangrove management based on local wisdom (Case study at Lhokseumawe, Aceh)

Dewi Susiloningtyas, Tuty Handayani, Naila Amalia, Arum Ira Nadhira

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Abstract

After 2004 tsunami, lots of efforts have been made, such as building school and distributing mangrove forests. This study examines the perception of teachers and students about mangrove management which spread in the administrative area of Lhokseumawe to become a reference then applied as local education regarding mangrove after tsunami disaster. This paper was based on primary data taken using questionnaire with a predetermined analysis unit to interview teachers and students in the study area. The result presented with quantitative and descriptive analysis. The result is of the total number of junior high schools in the city of Lhokseumawe as many as 41 Public Schools, Private and Religious School, there are 31 schools with priority for local wisdom education implemented mangrove. The result is classified with 3 class. The school's first priority is schools with a melee, with mangroves mangrove poor condition. Educational priority 2 is schools with close proximity to the mangrove and mangrove condition with moderate levels of damage. Schools with third priority are school with a close range, and mangrove good condition. Priority I as many as 18 schools, 10 schools priority II and 3 school for priority with learning competency standards that differ from each other.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012063
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume54
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 11 Feb 2017
Event3rd International Symposium on LAPAN-IPB Satellite for Food Security and Environmental Monitoring 2016, LISAT-FSEM 2016 - Bogor, Indonesia
Duration: 25 Oct 201626 Oct 2016

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