The Challenge of The Integrated Character Education Paradigm with 21st-Century Skills During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Susanto Susanto(1*), Apri Wardana Ritonga(2), Ayu Desrani(3)
(1) Pascasarjana PTIQ Jakarta
(2) UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
(3) STAI Sabili Bandung
(*) Corresponding Author
DOI : 10.21154/cendekia.v1i1.3816

Abstract

This study explores a new paradigm of character education with 21st-century skills through online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. The researcher adopted a qualitative approach with the library research method. Research data were collected from primary and secondary sources such as books, proceedings, and journals. The collected data is then analyzed using descriptive content analysis by selecting, comparing, and presenting the data findings deductively. This research shows that students with 21st-century character and skills will become individuals who can take opportunities and face global development challenges. The findings of this study describe that online learning is an excellent opportunity for teachers to instill technology-based character values. An in-depth study is needed to complete this study by discussing the role of parents and teachers in instilling character education during online learning.

 

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengeksplorasi paradigma baru pendidikan karakter dengan keterampilan abad 21 melalui pembelajaran online pada masa pandemi Covid-19 di Indonesia. Peneliti mengadopsi pendekatan kualitatif dengan metode kajian kepustakaan. Data penelitian dikumpulkan dari sumber-sumber primer dan sekunder seperti buku, prosiding dan jurnal. Data yang terkumpul kemudian dianalisis menggunakan teknik analisis deskriptif dengan cara memilih, membandingkan dan menyajikan data temuan secara deduktif. Penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa siswa yang berkarakter dan memiliki keterampilan abad 21 akan menjadi individu yang mampu mengambil peluang, dan berupaya menghadapi tantangan perkembangan global. Temuan penelitian ini mendeskripsikan bahwa pembelajaran dalam jaringan menjadi kesempatan besar bagi guru untuk menanamkan nilai-nilai karakter berbasis teknologi. Perlu dilakukan kajian mendalam untuk menyempurnakan kajian ini dengan membahas peran orang tua dan guru dalam menanamkan pendidikan karakter saat pembelajaran dalam jaringan.

Keywords


covid-19; character education; technological age; 21st-century skills

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