The Meta-Analysis of Climate Resilience Education in Higher Education for Transformation Based on Experiential Learning Models


  • Dwiyono Hari UTOMO, Muhammad ALIMAN Universitas Negeri Malang, INDONESIA


Indonesia, Meta-Analysis, Transformation, Climate Resilience Education


The geographical and astronomical position of the Indonesian archipelago causes Indonesia to have two seasons, namely the rainy and dry seasons. The rainy season occurs in October-March, and the dry season occurs in MarchOctober. The rainy season often occurs with high rain intensity, especially during the La-Nina period, on the other hand, the dry season often occurs with low rain intensity, especially during the El-Nino period. The effects of both can be seasonal disasters that threaten human life. The purpose of this research is to explore the idea of climate resilience education in higher education in order for it to be transferred to the public. The research method used meta-analysis through the overlay concept to find ideas on climate resilience education. The results found ideas that were then grouped into methods, contents, and actions of students aligned with learning objectives. Climate resilience education can be included in climatology or hydrometeorology courses based on experiential learning models. Activities carried out in climate resilience education aim encouraging a caring attitude for the environment and become the basis for transformation in society