Fullday School Management: Students’ Character Building at Lukman Al Hakim Islamic Integrated Elementary School

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Abu Dharin, C. Asri Budiningsih, Muhammad Nurwangid


The purpose of education is not only to educate students' cognitive intelligence, but also their spiritual, social, and psychomotor intelligence in accordance with the objectives of national education as stipulated in Law No. 20 of 2003 concerning the National Education System. The indicator to that is the widely encountered problems of mis behavior done by elementary-school-age students. This is suspected because the curriculum in general elementary schools is not based on spiritual values, in contrast to the Islamic elementary schools (MI)) whose curriculum is based on Islamic spiritual values. This phenomenon makes MI have a strategic role in the effort to shape the character of Indonesian students. This effort has been done by the Integrated Islamic elementary school (MIT)) of Lukman Al Hakim in building religious characters from an early age through the full day school program. This study aims to analyzes the model of curriculum management implemented by the full day school program at MIT Lukman Al Hakim. The results showed that: (1) curriculum planning for the full day school program curriculum based on the vision of the school collaboratively among the steakholders; (2) Organizing the curriculum to the teachers by considering their scientific backgrounds, competences, talents, interests, and teaching experiences; (3) implementing the program according to the scheduled time to ensure the quality of the program; and (4) evaluating the curriculum through the diagnosis of the supporting and inhibiting factors in the implementation process of the full day school program.

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