Character building is an important aspect of a student’s personal and academic development. It involves the development of virtues and values that will guide them throughout their lives. These virtues and values include honesty, integrity, responsibility, respect, and self-discipline.
One way to build character in students is through the incorporation of character education programs in the classroom. These programs can include lessons on specific virtues, role-playing exercises, and group discussions. For example, a lesson on honesty might include a discussion on the importance of telling the truth and the consequences of lying. Role-playing exercises can also be used to give students the opportunity to practice making ethical decisions in different situations.
Character Building Program
Student Group Discussion
Student group discussion is a method of teaching and learning that involves students working together in small groups to discuss a topic or solve a problem. The goal of group discussion is to promote active learning, critical thinking, and collaboration among students.
Face to Face (1 on 1)
A face-to-face program is a type of student support program where students have the opportunity to meet with their teachers one-on-one to discuss any problems or concerns they may be experiencing. This type of program allows for direct communication between the student and the teacher, which can help to build trust and understanding between the two parties.
Social activities for students are events or programs that provide opportunities for students to come together, have fun, and relieve stress from studying. These activities can include a wide variety of activities such as sports, games, arts, and crafts, and cultural or community events.
Student weekly report is a document that provides a summary of a student’s performance, progress, and behavior over a specific period of time, usually one week. These reports are typically used by teachers, parents, or guardians to monitor a student’s academic and social development, and to identify any areas of concern that may need to be addressed.
Pribadi Educational Trip (PET)
The main goal of a student educational trip is to supplement classroom learning by providing students with a more hands-on, interactive, and engaging learning experience. These trips can also help to develop students’ critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and cultural awareness.
Parents Home Visit
A visit made by a teacher to a student’s home, typically as part of an effort to build stronger relationships between the teacher and the student’s family. The purpose of the visit is to provide an opportunity for the teacher to meet the student’s family and learn more about their home life and the context in which the student is learning.