Borderless School : Arsitektur Sebagai Deklinasi Kenakalan Remaja

Wahyuni, Damayanti Tri (2020) Borderless School : Arsitektur Sebagai Deklinasi Kenakalan Remaja. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Penyimpangan perilaku khususnya kenakalan remaja belakangan kerap terjadi pada lingkungan sekolah. Menurut Patterson (1962), banyak kenakalan remaja yang langsung berkaitan dengan sekolah beserta lingkungan sekitarnya. Sekolah yang seharusnya menjadi pusat menimba ilmu dan mengasah bakat seorang remaja yang sedang dalam kondisi rasa keingintahuan tinggi untuk menemukan jati dirinya justru membentuk tekanan bagi siswa. Pemisahan otonomi sekolah dengan masyarakat melalui batas arsitektur berupa pagar menjadi salah satu masalah dalam proses pembelajaran yang didapat siswa. Sebab, sesungguhnya siswa tidak terlepas dari pengabdian dirinya terhadap masyarakat sehingga seorang siswa bukan hanya cenderung fokus pada dirinya sendiri untuk memenuhi standar sekolah akan tetapi bagaimana ilmu, potensi maupun bakat yang dikembangkan di sekolah mampu dikontribusikan kepada masyarakat. Proses pembelajaran yang baru dengan melibatkan masyarakat pada saat – saat tertentu akan menjadi kontrol bagi siswa sehingga kenakalan remaja akan berkurang. Oleh sebab itu, jika dalam proses pembelajaran ada keterlibatan masyarakat, maka batas sekolah dengan masyarakat akan menjadi lebur. Walaupun demikian, sekolah akan tetap memiliki otonomi sendiri untuk mengatur jalannya pembelajaran. Melalui Design Research ditemukan pembauran batas antara masyarakat dan sekolah yaitu dengan perbedaan elevasi. Perbedaan elevasi membuat adanya pembagian dalam penataan program ruang setiap lantai demi proses belajar tetap sesuai kontrol. ===================================================================================================== Behaviour deviation especially juvenile delinquency often occur in the school environments lately. According to Patterson (1962), many juvenile delinquents are directly related to the school and its surrounding environment. Schools should be the center of studying for student and develop their talents who is in a condition of high curiosity to find their true identity, on the contrary feels pressured by the school setting itself. The separation of school autonomy from the community or society by architectural boundaries which is in the form of fences as a problem in the learning process gained by students. Because actually, the students can not be apart from their devotion to the society. So, a student not only tends to focus on theirself to achieve standards of school, but how their knowledge, potential and talent have been developed at school can be contributed to the society. The new learning process by involving society at certain times will be a control for students, so the juvenile delinquency can be reduced. Therefore, if there is society involvement in the learning process, the boundaries between the school and the socienty will be dissolved. Nevertheless, school will still have their own autonomy to regulate the course of learning. Through the “Research Design”, the boundary between society and school can be bias by different elevation. The levelling differences make to share out the spatial planning programs for each floor,it effects to learning procees being in control.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSA 727.1 Wah b-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kenakalan Remaja, Sekolah, Batas, Masyarakat, Elevasi, Juvenile Delinquency, School, Boundary, Society, Elevation
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA6600 Education buildings
Divisions: Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo Engineering (CIVPLAN) > Architecture > 23201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Damayanti Tri Wahyuni
Date Deposited: 18 Aug 2020 21:30
Last Modified: 25 Sep 2020 08:45
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/78473

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