Sunday, April 20, 2014

Curriculum-Based Character Education 2013

Curriculum-Based Character Education 2013, a new curriculum that was initiated by the Ministry of Education and Culture, to replace the Education Unit Level Curriculum. Curriculum 2013 is a curriculum that promotes the understanding, skills, and character education, students are required to understand the materials, active in the discussions and presentations as well as have high discipline manners. This curriculum replaces the Education Unit Level Curriculum in place since 2006. In 2013 Curriculum subjects compulsory for all students in the educational unit on each unit or lesson pendidikan.Mata level option followed by learners selected according to the choice of the subject group mereka.Kedua (compulsory and optional) are mainly developed in the structure curriculum of secondary education (high school and vocational) while considering the age and psychological development of students aged 7-15 years it has not been given the choice of subjects for elementary and junior high school students. 

SMA Negeri 68 Jakarta is the first school in Indonesia to implement this curriculum.

Knowledge of the curriculum in 2013 the same as the previous curriculums, namely the emphasis on students level understanding in lessons. The value of the aspect of knowledge can be gained from Deuteronomy Daily, Middle Exam / End of Semester, and Increase Class Exam. In the 2013 curriculum, Knowledge is not the main aspect as in previous curriculums. 

Skills is a new aspect of the curriculum in Indonesia. Skills is an emphasis on skills or abilities. example is the ability to express opinions, talking with / deliberation, create reports, and presentations. Skills aspect is one important aspect because only with knowledge, students can not distribute that knowledge so just be mere theory. 

Attitude aspect is the most difficult aspect to assess. Attitudes include manners, etiquette in learning, attendance, social, and religious. Difficulties in the assessment of this aspect because the teacher did not at any time supervise its students. So that an assessment is not so effective.

Elementary School Lesson 
religious and moral 
education of Pancasila and Citizenship Education Indonesian 
Natural Sciences 
Social Sciences Culture Arts and crafts (Including Local content) 
Physical Education and Health (Including Local content) 
Regional Language (In accordance with the respective school policies respectively) All subjects in Elementary School presented a unified integrative. 

First Intermediate Group A (Mandatory) 
religious and moral 
education of Pancasila and Citizenship Education Indonesian 
Natural Sciences 
Social Sciences 
Group B (Mandatory) 
Cultural Arts (Arts / Music / Dance / Theatre) 
Physical Education and Health craft ( Engineering / Craft) 
Entrepreneurship and Regional Languages ​​(In accordance with school policy, respectively) 

Upper Intermediate Group A (Mandatory) 
religious and moral 
education of Pancasila and Citizenship Education 
History Indonesia 
Group B (Mandatory) 
Cultural Arts (Fine / Music / Dance / Theatre) 
craft Physical and Health Education (Engineering / Craft) and 

Group C (Specialisation)

Learning Report
Learning report or report card on Curriculum 2013 and the abolition written by interval ranking system. This is done to reduce competition among students. Assessment on Report Card 2013 curriculum is divided into three columns, namely Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes. Each column value (Knowledge and Skills) subdivided into 2 columns are columns of numbers and letters columns, each column is filled using interval values. Intervals are as follows:

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