The Development of Anti-Corruption Education Model to Support Students Integrity Character in Schools Through Civic Education


Civic Education is a subject that aims to humanize the students to become good citizens in accordance with the objectives and state ideals. Civic education subject in schooling has taught both the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning in the application of the expected characters. Unfortunately, this formula has not shown significant results because of the more messy character from the citizens. The efforts to combat corruption by adding them in an educational curriculum is an important approach. Anti-corruption education can be taught through the hidden curriculum and integrative approach. This study will discuss how the formulation, planning and implementation of Anticorruption Education in Senior High School 8 Bandung to support student integrity character. The approach taken in this study is a qualitative method with case study and that is the subject of research was the Principal, teachers, and students. The result showed that: the learning is done by reviewing the Anti-Corruption Education/Civic Education analysis’s content standards that will guide the formulation syllabi and lesson plans that reflect the model of Anti-Corruption education. Thus, the development of models of Anticorruption Education in Senior High School 8 Bandung is very good and suitable to be applied through the integration of Civic Education subjects. However, commitment and consistency to continue and implementing the Anti-Corruption education models should be maintained and improved.

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Shilmy Purnama, Indonesia University of Education, Indonesia
Dadang Sundawa, Indonesia University of Education, Indonesia

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Conference: ACEID2017
Stream: Curriculum research and development

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