Nilai Konservasi Biodiversitas pada Masyarakat Dayak Kenyah Umo’ Longh Malinau Kalimantan Utara sebagai Etnopedagogi Pembelajaran Biologi

Findy Riyan Noor Utari*  -  Pendidikan Biologi, UIN Walisongo Semarang, Indonesia
Rusmadi Rusmadi  -  Biologi, UIN Walisongo Semarang, Indonesia
Chusnul Adib Achmad  -  Pendidikan Biologi, UIN Walisongo Semarang, Indonesia

(*) Corresponding Author
The inheritance of knowledge of customary forest conservation to children is very important to provide concepts and uses preservation and conservation in the customary forest environment.  This study aims to identify the value of local wisdom in the Dayak Kenyah Umo 'Longh (Tane' Olen) community which is related to the 2013 curriculum on the concept of biodiversity conservation and the implementation of ethno pedagogy used in Biology learning.  This type of research is non-interactive qualitative research or it can be called analytical research.  This research was conducted by an assessment based on document analysis.  The data used in the research is secondary data in the form of evidence, notes, or historical reports that are arranged in archives that are published or not.  Data collection techniques used triangulation of sources and triangulation of time.  The results showed that the local wisdom of the Dayak Kenyah Umo 'Long community has a very important role in managing nature because there are rules in limiting the use of Tane' Olen so that the whole community can get its benefits fairly and sustainably.  The conservation concept that is applied is used as content and teaching material in ethno pedagogy-based learning which will later be able to increase conservation literacy

Keywords : Ethnopedagogy; local wisdom; Tane 'Olen

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