IMPLEMENTATION OF 3N (NITENI, NIROKKE, NAMBAHI) IN STIMULATING CRITICAL THINKING ABILITY

Zainnur Wijayanto

Abstract


Education as a learning process is not enough to simply pursue the problem of
intelligence. Various potential students or other learning subjects must also get
proportional attention in order to develop optimally. In fact, the learning
process in Indonesia is generally only directed at cognitive abilities. Students
are required to memorize information without being required to understand
the information obtained. The application of teaching and learning processes
in the classrooms does not encourage the achievement of critical thinking skills
(Sanjaya, 2009: 1). Though critical thinking skills are one of the basic capital or
intellectual capital that is very important for everyone and is a fundamental
part of human maturity. Therefore the development of critical thinking skills
becomes very important for students at every level of education. Through the
principle of 3N (niteni, Nirokke, nambahi) by Ki Hajar Dewantara expected to
emerge as one of the solutions in an effort to stimulate students' critical thinking
skills.


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