Gender Responsive Learning Model at STIT Pemalang
One effort to eliminate gender disparity is through gender responsive education by instilling the values of justice and gender equality through the gender responsive learning model. Taralang High School of Science (STIT) Pemalang in order to minimize gender inequality in the educational aspect is demanded and is expected to develop and implement gender responsive learning models that pay attention and accommodate the interests of male and female students in a balanced manner from the aspects of access / opportunity, participation, control and the benefits. In this development several trials were carried out, namely small scale trials with limited field trials, large scale trials with expanded fields and model validation tests, with the following results: 1) Access to learning, percentages showing gender responsiveness ie in semester 1 A: 92 , 59%, in semester 1 B: 93.3%, in semester 3 A: 90.47%, in semester 3 B: 100%, in semester 5 A: 79.41% and in semester 5 B: 96.15 %. 2) Participation in learning, percentage shows gender unresponsive. This is caused by students who do not cooperate in group assignments given by lecturers. 3) Having control over learning resources, the percentage shows responsive gender, namely in semester 1 A: 62.96%, in semester 1 B: 80%, in semester 3 A: 85.72%, in semester 3 B: 68.18% , in semester 5 A: 67.65% and in semester 5 B: 76.92%, and 4) Benefits in learning, percentages show gender responsiveness with 100% results at all levels of the semester.