Living Values Education Model in Learning and Extracurricular Activities to Construct the Students’ Character

Kokom Komalasari, Didin Saripudin, Iim Siti Masyitoh


School is a place to construct the students’ character through various activities such as learning and extracurricular activities. These activities should be based on living values so that they are easily internalized and performed to construct the students’ character. The study uses research and development design. The first year of study is a development and validation stage of living values education model. Data collection technique uses observation, interview, documentation study and focus group discussion. Data analysis technique uses interactive model. The subjects of study are the students, teachers and headmasters of  two junior high school  and two senior high school in Bandung, Indonesia. The findings of study show that: 1) the living values education model in learning activity is the integration of living values into material, method, media, learning source and assessment. The integration of living values education into learning is conducted by contextual learning strategies (problem-based learning and work-based learning) with living values learning in pre, whilst and post activities (value reflection); 2) the living values education model in extracurricular activities of  boy scout is conducted through general activity, outbound/character activity, competition, and camping. Living values are constructed through learning and extracurricular activity such as discipline, cooperative, solidarity, tolerance, care, togetherness, bravery, responsibility, compactness, entrepreneurship, creativity, independence, honesty, social skill and competence.

Keyword: living values education, learning, extracurricular activity, boy scout, and character

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