The Growth of Citizenship Geographical Education in Indonesia from Social Studies Curriculum


  • Feri Sulianta, Mohd Haizam Saudi The Department of Informatics Widyatama University


Citizenship geographical education, information technology, Social Studies, digital literacy, education


In order to map the growth of citizenship competencies from the beginning to citizenship geographical education geographical education is considered to be important part that could help to know about the growth in the Indonesia social studies perspective. For this purpose, an in-depth literature review and previous studies are required. The literature review was carried out by observing the development of Social Sciences in the 20th century and the era of the Industrial Revolution to the development of the 21st Century Social Sciences in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Examining the 21st Century Social Sciences curriculum, digital generation students in a digital society in relation to empowering information technology as a demand for social studies in the digital era. Digital community learning was developed referring to research related to information technology, social studies education, and digital literacy in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 to meet the competence needs of today's society.