Producing Creative Generation through Nation Character Education

Authors

  • . Hambali

Abstract

This study was conducted to get students’ perspective on their acceptance and the implementation of creative nation education at the lower secondary schools. The perspective focused on students’ acceptance of the nation characters inculcated by teachers in the classrooms, school environment and co-curricular activities. Samples of the study were 836 students from 22 secondary schools in Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia. A pilot study was conducted and the alpha cronbach was analysed. All constructs were at the high reliability level which was between 0.774 to 0.931. Data was analysed descriptively to get the mean and percentage. Inferential analysis involving Pearson Correlation and SEM were also conducted using SPSS 22.0 and AMOS 18.0. This study has found students’ acceptance towards nation character and its implementation of creative characters was at the satisfactory or modest level. Results also showed that students’ acceptance on Nation Character Education in the classrooms, school environment and during co-curricular activities has significant contribution towards the implementation of creative character education. The implication of this study shows that the implementation would be more successful if there are more parties involve in providing various efforts to strengthen creative nation characters among students. The findings have shown the importance of implementing nation character education across the curriculum, organising school programs and providing various co-curricular activities for the purpose of establishing holistic education.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2015.v5n3p81

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Published

2015-09-04

How to Cite

Hambali, . (2015). Producing Creative Generation through Nation Character Education. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 5(3), 81. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/7702