LEARNING TO PROMOTE ANTI-INTOLERANCE AND ANTI-HATE SPEECH ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS
This study aims to explore the most effective learning models for building anti-intolerance and anti-hate speech attitudes and behaviors. This study seeks to find learning models in Islamic Religious Education subjects that can construct meaningful knowledge and experiences among students so that they have anti-intolerance and anti-hate speech attitudes and behaviors. This experimental study used a two-group pretest-posttest design with a control group. The results showed that learning that emphasizes efforts to construct everyday life experiences into meaningful knowledge is proven to be more effective in building anti-intolerance and anti-hate speech attitudes and behaviors.
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