STUDI KOMPARASI HISTORISITAS IMPLEMENTASI PENDIDIKAN KARAKTER DI TIMOR LESTE DAN INDONESIA

Angelmo Alves de Araujo

Abstract


Abstract: Character education is basically as old as teaching itself, The introduction of Character schools can be said to be an attempt to revive the ideal deep learning method that has been lost and people not only respect the ordinary guidelines, but the opportunity to live in decisions that are intrinsic. upon the person, in benevolence. Reward rules are standards that determine the nature of human activity on the planet. Based on the trustworthiness of character instruction introduction, Character is a sociomoral skill that consolidates moral activity, virtue, moral character, moral feeling, moral thinking, moral personality, and essential qualities, Character also includes reflection, feeling, and behavior; and the strength of character must be recognized as a family with good qualities which are reflected in the considerations, sentiments and ways of behaving in these two countries.

 

Keywords: Historical Komparasion, Character Education

 

Abstrak: Pendidikan karakter pada dasarnya setua pengajaran itu sendiri, Pengenalan sekolah Karakter dapat dikatakan sebagai upaya untuk menghidupkan kembali metode pembelajaran mendalam yang ideal yang telah hilang dan orang tidak hanya menghormati pedoman biasa, tetapi kesempatan itu hidup dalam keputusan yang bersifat intrinsik. atas orang tersebut, dalam permintaan kebajikan. Aturan penghargaan adalah standar yang menentukan sifat aktivitas manusia di planet ini. Berdasarkan keterpercayaan pengenalan instruksi karakter, Karakter adalah keterampilan sosiomoral yang mengkonsolidasikan aktivitas moral, kebajikan, karakter moral, perasaan moral, pemikiran moral, kepribadian moral, dan kualitas esensial, Karakter juga mencakup perenungan, perasaan, dan perilaku; dan kekuatan karakter harus diakui sebagai keluarga dengan kualitas baik yang tercermin dalam pertimbangan, sentimen, dan cara berperilaku di dua negara ini.

Kata Kunci: Komparasi Historisitas, Pendidikan Karakter


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