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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 2108-2115


The Implementation of Strengthening Character Education in Secondary Labschool Jakarta (Rawamangun, Kebayoran, Cibubur)

Achmad Husen, Nadiroh, Asep Rudi, Apri Wahyudi.

Abstract
The study aim to obtain information the implementation of strengthening character education in Secondary Labschool Jakarta, including Labschool Rawamangun, Kebayoran, and Cibubur. This study is expected to obtain output in the form of articles that allow it to be published both through national journals and international journals. The benefits of this research are very important and strategic in developing character education effectively, so that efforts to rebuild the character of the nation (nation and character building) as a foundation for a person and nation to achieve their goals and progress can be done effectively as well. This research was conducted with qualitative methods. The data sources of this study are school leaders, teachers, students, and parents. The data collection techniques use documentation, observation, and interviews. The results showed that the implementation of strengthening character education in class VIII students in junior high schools in the Labschool environment was carried out comprehensively and continuously, integrated and synergized through curricular activities (learning), cocurricular activities (activities outside the classroom that support learning activities), and extracurricular activities. In addition, it is also done through exemplary, habituation, and the creation of a conductive atmosphere.

Key words: Character, Education, School, Labschool



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