Civic Education as A Tool for Moral Education by Integrating The Five Basic Principles (Pancasila)
Keywords:Civic Education, Moral Education, Pancasila
The long-term goal of this research is to internalize the values of Pancasila to students through Civic Education. The specific goal to be achieved in this study is a model of integration of Pancasila values into Civic Education as a implementation of the Karanganyar District Decree No. 421/2011 on Pancasila Education in School Curriculum. Integration of Pancasila values into Civic Education is done by adding one hour of Civic Education for Pancasila Education into three hours from the beginning just two hours. Creating Pancasila as moral education is caused by the existence of moral decadence of teens. Moral education is done by determining the values of Pancasila are urged to teach in accordance with the real needs in the community are: (1) Obedience to God Almighty, (2) Respect for human dignity, (3) life harmony in diversity, (4) Deliberation with common sense and conscience are sublime, and (5) hard work and independent.
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