Incorporated Tri Pramana Philosophy on Learning Science in Elementary School Culture

Kadek Suranata, I Kadek Suartama, Gede Doddy Tisna MS, I wayan Lasmawan, Ni Luh Yaniasti, Susiani Ketut

Abstract

Tri Pramana, which is constituted of two major components, denotes the three life strengths to comprehend and believe in a certain event in Bhuwana Alit with manacikapura as the three powers of living beings, including (1) Bayu as the breath power, (2) Sabda as the sound power, and (3) Idep as the mind power. As delineated in Widhi Tatwa, Tri Pramana encompasses Praktyaksa Pramana, Anumana Pramana, and Agama Pramana (Sabda Pramana), which are possessed by humans, the most flawless life forms to realistically and abstractly grasp objective truths. The current study aims to incorporate the Tri Pramana principles into science learning by conducting a descriptive qualitative methodology, including a literature review, observation, interviews, and documentation. The results demonstrated the high relevance and effectiveness of Tri Pramana in science learning in elementary schools by incorporating the Upadesa and Whraspati principles Kalpa in Widhi Tatwa. Specifically, the three Tri Pramana elements were significantly interrelated to facilitate elementary students’ science learning.

Keywords:
    Learning Science, Elementary Student, Tri Pramana, Educational culture

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Authors

Kadek Suranata
I Kadek Suartama
Gede Doddy Tisna MS
I wayan Lasmawan
Ni Luh Yaniasti
Susiani Ketut
ketut.susiani@undiksha.ac.id (Primary Contact)
Author Biographies

Kadek Suranata, Department Guidance and Counseling, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Singaraja, Indonesia

Dr. Kadek Suranata, M.Pd., is an associate professor in the field of guidance and counseling. He earned a Doctorate in Guidance and Counseling in 2017 at the State University of Malang, Indonesia. In addition to teaching students in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs of Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Singaraja, Indonesia, also active in research and counseling practices. Research areas include Education, counseling, psychology, measurement in psychology, and culture-based education.

I Kadek Suartama, Department Educational Technology, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia

I Kadek Suartama, was born in Jembrana Bali on April 14, 1981. Completed his bachelor's degree at the Department of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education, State Teaching and Education Institute Singaraja, 2004. Completed Masters in Postgraduate Education Technology Study Program, Yogyakarta State University, 2011. Doctoral Degree in Postgraduate Education Technology Study Program, State University of Malang, 2020. Became a lecturer at the Department of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha in 2006. Previously served as Secretary of the Department of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education, the Ganesha University of Education from 2012 to 2015. Apart from teaching, he is also active in research activities and writing teaching materials. Some of the teaching materials he has produced are computer introduction textbooks, learning multimedia textbooks, learning resource management textbooks, moodle-based e-learning, learning animations, simple media production, and digital learning applications.

Gede Doddy Tisna MS, Department Sport and Health Science, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia

Currently, he works as a lecturer at the Faculty in Sports and Health, Ganesha University of Education. He completed his Sports Science undergraduate program at the Department of Sports Science, Ganesha University of Education. He studied Master of Sports Science at Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta. He is currently continuing his studies in the Doctoral Program in Educational Sciences at the Ganesha University of Education. He has experience in the field of Sports Education. He teaches the topics of Sports Pedagogy, Sports Massage, and Sports Management. He has published more than 2 Scopus publications. My research interest and area of ​​expertise is Sports Education Science.

I wayan Lasmawan, Department Social and Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia

Prof. Dr. I Wayan Lasmawan, M.Pd. he studied undergraduate at FKIP UNUD Singaraja majoring in PMP in 1991, then in 1997 earned a master's degree at IKIP Bandung majoring in basic education. Obtained his doctoral degree in 2002 at the Indonesian University of Education majoring in IPS Education (concentration on curriculum development) in Bandung, West Java. research that has been conducted on social sciences, and other disciplines. he is active as a resource person at various international conferences.

Ni Luh Yaniasti, Department Guidance and Counseling, Universitas Panji Sakti, Indonesia

Ni Luh Yaniasti is a lecturer in Gudance and Counseling at Universitas Panji Sakti Singaraja, Singaraja, Indonesia. His research interests are counseling, education, culture, and linguistics.

Susiani Ketut, Department Primary Teacher Education, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia

Ketut Susiani, a young lecturer at Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia, obtained a bachelor's degree in 2011 by majoring in basic education at Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia. Then she took her master's degree at the same university by majoring in basic education and completed it in 2013. She started working at Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia, in 2014. Currently, she is continuing her doctoral studies at the Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia. She began researching in 2014 regarding the values of children with special needs in Bengkala, Bali. Then began researching study lessons and writing published in reputable national to international journals. Her research starts from the discipline of social science.

Suranata, K., Suartama, I. K., MS, G. D. T., Lasmawan, I. wayan, Yaniasti, N. L., & Ketut, S. (2022). Incorporated Tri Pramana Philosophy on Learning Science in Elementary School Culture. Journal of Intercultural Communication, 22(4), 37–43. https://doi.org/10.36923/jicc.v22i4.60

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