THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL CULTURE TO ECOLOGICAL INTELLIGENCE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CIMAHI CITY
Revi Mainaki; Wanjat Kastolani;Iwan Setiawan
Geography Education Departement, School of Post Graduate, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Indonesia is experiencing environmental degradation issues along with the increasing intensity of development in various areas of life. One of the areas in Indonesia that also experience environmental problems is Cimahi City located in West Java Province. This research aims to examine the influence of school culture on the ecological intelligence of secondary schools in Cimahi City as one of the cities in Indonesia that are experiencing environmental degradation. The research has been use survey method based on quantitative approach and correlational research design. The technique of determining the number of samples using stratifield random sampling obtained 36 schools and 260 students as a sample. Data analysis technique used regression. The results showed that school culture with environmental content in it have a very significant effect on improving the ecological intelligence of secondary school students. The results also show that the exemplary aspects of teachers, headmaster and educators are very important in shaping the ecological intelligence secondary school students.
Topic: Geographical Education