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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 22-32


Strengthening humanistic based character education through local values and Islamic education values in basic education units in purwakarta regency

Muhamad Taufik Bintang Kejora, Achmad Junaedi Sittika, Ahmad Syahid.

Abstract
The character crisis becomes an educational problem that demands solutions that prioritize humanistic efforts in developing character from an early age in elementary schools. Realizing the importance of character building. The Purwakarta district government made changes to the education system by prioritizing Islamic education values and Sundanese local wisdom through the Tujuh Poe Atikan Purwakarta Istimewa program as outlined in Purwakarta since 2015. The results showed that elementary schools in Purwakarta district implemented character education based on different themes every day. Education focuses on the skills and potential of children through active learning, fun and not burdening students. From the aspect of the curriculum, the lessons that are included in the curriculum are adjusted to the local schools and aim to form a generation of cageur, bageur, bener, singer, and pinter. Children learn by prioritizing four pillars of education through the good exemplary, habituation, motivating, cultivating, and enforcing rules.

Key words: Character Education, Humanistic, Local Wisdom, Islamic Education



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