SCOUT EXTRACURRICULAR AS A WAY IMPLEMENTATION OF CHARACTER EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Viewed from the Angle of Tamansiswa Values)

Ardian Arief, Putri Listyoningrum

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Descriptive research results show that : 1) implementation of character
education through scout extracurricular means by habituating, exemplary,
practicing Scout Honor Code, conducting learning, outdoor activities, and giving
skills. The Tamansiswa values used to review the implementation of scout activities
include Tringo, Tri N, Ngandel-Kendel-Bandel-kandel, Tetep-Mantep-Antep, Suci
Toto Ngesti, and Neng-Ning-Nung-Nang. 2) character values formed include:
religious, disciplined, honest, hard work, independent, curiosity, communicative,
caring for the environment, responsibility, enthusiasm, and confidence. 3)
supporting factors include: having been required for scout extracurricular
activities, support from school members, budgetary fees, qualified scout
coaches, creative scout coaches, student motivation and parental motivation.
4) inhibiting factors include: the implementation of scout activities during the day,
weather, the difficulty of conditioning students, lack of student motivation,
children's play environment, and lack of parental support.


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