JDR Vol.19 No.3 pp. 560-569
doi: 10.20965/jdr.2024.p0560


Disaster Education Model for Prospective Science Teachers: Needs Analysis and Initial Development

Elvara Norma Aroyandini* ORCID Icon, Supriyadi* ORCID Icon, Ani Rusilowati*,† ORCID Icon, Hartono* ORCID Icon, and Juhadi** ORCID Icon

*Science Education Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Negeri Semarang
FMIPA Dean Building D12, Sekaran Gunungpati Campus, Semarang, Central Java 50229, Indonesia

Corresponding author

**Social Science Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Negeri Semarang
Semarang, Indonesia

October 3, 2023
April 5, 2024
June 1, 2024
disaster education, disaster literacy, PBLC-STEM-D model, prospective science teachers, 21st century skills

Disaster problems in Indonesia are complex. Apart from geographically having a high risk of disaster, community disaster literacy is low. Moreover, innovation in disaster matters is lacking, owing to the lack of 21st century skills. Further, disaster literacy and 21st century skills of prospective science teachers in Indonesia are inadequate. This study assumes that a disaster education model for prospective science teachers must be developed. Therefore, this assumption needs to be proven by conducting a needs analysis before developing the model. This study aimed to analyze the needs for the development of the Problem-Based Learning Cycle-Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics-Disaster (PBLC-STEM-D) disaster education model through a sequential-exploratory research design and thereafter develop the initial model with the analysis, design, and development stages. The results of the study revealed that it is necessary to develop the PBLC-STEM-D disaster education model for prospective science teachers. Therefore, the model was developed conceptually.

Cite this article as:
E. Aroyandini, Supriyadi, A. Rusilowati, Hartono, and Juhadi, “Disaster Education Model for Prospective Science Teachers: Needs Analysis and Initial Development,” J. Disaster Res., Vol.19 No.3, pp. 560-569, 2024.
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