1st International Conference on Social Studies and Environmental Issues
ICOSSEI is a biennial conference on social studies and environmental issues. This event organized by Social Studies Program, Faculty of Social Science, Universitas Negeri Malang and supported by HISPISI (Association of Social Science scholar), APRIPSI ((Social Studies Program Forum), FOGIPSI (Social Studies Teacher Forum), and MGMP (Social Studies Teacher Forum).
We believe that such academic meeting will cradle innovative way to explore the trends for future researchers on social studies and environmental issues. Prospective contributors are welcome to submit full papers through the online submission system.
Social Studies in Disruption Era
The use of technology in various aspects of human life has placed studies in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) as important and most prospective studies in the future.
Learning Innovation in Social Studies
Social studies helps students gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to become informed global citizens
Media, Digital, and Information Literacy in Social Studies
Instead of learning media literacy in the traditional way, school students are now using laptop computers in the classroom to explore and discuss media issues.
This international biennial gathering of professional will provide any bring benefits to share any research results based on thoughts and ideas from the lecturer, practitioners, and stakeholders on social studies and environmental issues in collaborating and synchronizing the quality of education and social environment.
DINO PARK – JAWA TIMUR PARK 3
Welcome to Dino Park - Jawa Timur Park 3. A variety of pre-historic animals are ready for you to study with your family and valuable people. You will be taken on an adventure back to the heyday of dinosaurs and feel alive with them. Know the size, habits and habitat of dinosaurs and other ancient extinct creatures.
Classic car lovers, history lovers, and Hollywood movie fans now find a house in the Museum Angkut. With an area of almost four hectares, this is the first transportation museum in Southeast Asia.