Implementasi Program Adiwiyata Melalui Pembelajaran Lingkungan Hidup Di Sekolah Dasar Al Muslim Wadung Asri Waru Sidoarjo
The Adiwiyata is a program of the Minister of the Environment (KLH) with the Minister of
National Education (Depdiknas) which aims to strive for how a love of the environment can
be used as an educational content for students from an early age in formal education. One of
the schools that has implemented the Adiwiyata program through its learning is the Al Muslim
Waru Sidoarjo School. The objectives of this study include: Knowing the application of
environmental learning through the Adiwiyata Program. (2) Knowing the Al Muslim
elementary school curriculum. (3) Knowing the inhibiting factors in the implementation of
environmental learning through the Adiwiyata Program. This study uses a qualitative method.
The research location was at Al Muslim Elementary School, Jl.Raya Wadung Asri 39F, Waru
District, Sidoarjo Regency. Data collection tools used in this study were interviews,
documentation, and observation. The technique used is source triangulation starting from data
collection, data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions. The results showed that
1) The application of environmental learning through the Adiwiyata Program was carried out
with a school culture transformation strategy and habituation through three activities namely
routine, programmed, and spontaneous activities carried out by the Al Muslim Elementary
School in collaboration with outside parties. 2) The curriculum used is the Superior
Curriculum, Green Environment which is a monolithic and integrated, both in theory and
practice. 3) The obstacle faced in the implementation of environmental learning is the
existence of new educators, the time allotted, green land which is still minimal when compared
to the ratio of students of Al Muslim Waru Sidoarjo Elementary School.
Keywords: Implementation, Adiwiyata, Green Environment
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