Journal article Open Access
Alfian Sulistiyo; Setyabudi Indartono
Multicultural-based learning in Social Studies is urgent, considering that post-reformation shows the disintegration of the nation with a variety of issues, as well as various issues that all lead to conflicts that threaten the disintegration of the nation. Therefore, some of the focus of this study is a multicultural-based Social Studies learning model, which based on its design has the potential to accommodate multicultural issues that ultimately create a conducive learning environment for diversity values that are very useful in efforts to reduce ethnic conflict and enhance the values of national integrity. Multicultural education as an instrument to encourage schools to play a role in instilling awareness in multicultural societies and developing tolerant attitudes to realize the needs and abilities to work together with all the differences that exist.