Cooperative Character Education In Biology Learning In Sekolah Indonesia Kota Kinabalu Sabah Malaysia
RI Law No. 20 of 2003 explains the purpose of education is not only to educate students but also to shape the character of students. Character education is important to be implemented in schools as a manifestation of the regulation. Character education can be integrated in biology subjects. One example of character education is cooperation, cooperation is one of the basic valuesâ€™s Sekolah Indonesia Kota Kinabalu Sabah Malaysia. The purpose of this study was to determine the application of cooperative character education on biology learning in Sekolah Indonesia Kota Kinabalu Sabah Malaysia. Thus the focus of this study are (1) application of character education; (2) implementation of basic values; (3) implementation of cooperative character education in learning at indoor and outdoor classroom. The study uses descriptive qualitative and triangulation techniques. The sample in this study was X-MIA students. Data collection is done by interview, observation, and documentation. The interview data used 6 samples, 2 students of X-MIA class, biology teacher, Deputy for Student Affairs, Deputy for Curriculum, and Principal. Observation data were carried out using observation guidelines in check lists form and observations of studentâ€™s learning process in class and outside classroom. Documentation data uses RPP. The final results of the cooperative character education research on biology learning in Sekolah Indonesian Kota Kinabalu Sabah Malaysia implemented by the school to students are well proven based on the results of observations, interviews, and documentation that have been carried out on biology learning both in the classroom and outside the classroom.
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