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Published: 18 July 2022

Character Education Design in Practicum Class of Students of Fine-Art Education

Zulfi Hendri

Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.03.527

Pages: 87-96

Keywords: Instructional Design, Character Education, Character Values, Fine-Art Practicum

Abstract

Students of fine-art education may have developed in creative circumstances however, it is important to grow character enculturation. The study is aimed at designing character education for students of the fine-art education department. The study uses the descriptive research approach. Research data are obtained from interviews with lecturers and students of the practicum classes to get information on character education models. To identify the character types that are needed, questionnaires are dispersed to students. Data collection is also conducted by observation to find the design of character education for students during the practicum learning process. The objects of the study are character values for practicum learning for students of the fine-art department. Research findings show nine-character values that can be identified; namely honesty, discipline, hard work, creativity, independence, competitiveness, communicativeness, environmental concern, and responsibility. The character education process includes all activities in the practicum class from preparation (for practicum devices), making the art work, art work appreciation, wearing practicum attires, communication ethics, and use of learning facilities by lecturers and students.

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