This study aims to analyse the Elaborate phase in ICT and social studies to educate Junior High School students about Covid 19. The independent variables were the Elaborate phase in ICT and the Elaborate phase in social studies. Attitude towards Covid 19 is the dependent variable. The research uses a quantitative approach with simple linear regression and the Paired Sample T-test method. With 388 samples of students from 3 Public Junior High Schools, the results indicate a significant influence of the Elaborate phase in ICT with attitude towards Covid 19 is 0.59. A significant influence of the Elaborate phase in social studies on attitude towards Covid 19 with a correlation test result is 0.57. Results show there is a significant influence between the Elaborate phase in ICT and the Elaborate phase in social studies on attitude towards Covid 19. Result of the hypothesis testing with multiple regression analysis shows an increase in attitude towards Covid 19 by 13,509. The ICT and social studies variables simultaneously influence students' attitude towards preventing the Covid 19 virus in Junior High School. The study indicates that ICT and social studies can improve students' understanding of broader population problems, such as Covid-19. Students can also adapt to an online learning process, and they can increase their learning motivation. Students demonstrated cognitive and affective attitude in the learning process by undertaking independent learning. In addition, the combination of ICT and social studies to elaborate on their understanding affected students' cognitive attitude, namely the desire to take preventive action against Covid 19.
|Number of pages||26|
|Journal||Journal of Social Studies Education Research|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
- Junior high school
- Social studies