IMPLEMENTATION OF PROFESSIONALISM OF TEACHER AND FORMATION OF CHARACTER IN PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Yulia Palupi

Abstract


Characters can be interpreted as a default, heart, soul, personality, character, behavior, per-sonality, character, character, temperament, and character of the individual. Characters here are marked and focused on Applying the values of kindness in action and behavior.
A professional teacher is a person skilled in the art that have the academic knowledge skills, social skills, spiritual kecakakapan can deliver their students in achieving academic goals and a destination in pengembangan personality noble character.
Character education is meant is a noble character and is expected to be developed in self-learners. In this case the character building of students leads to the understanding of how to develop learners in primary schools so as to have a personality, behavior, nature, character, and character is noble that leads to a series of attitudes, behavior, motivation, and skills that meet the standards of values and norms dijunjung high and must be obeyed.

Keywords


Character Education; Professional Teachers; and Students

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