American Journal of Applied Sciences

Integration of Anti-Corruption Education in School’s Activities

Kokom Komalasari and Didin Saripudin

DOI : 10.3844/ajassp.2015.445.451

American Journal of Applied Sciences

Volume 12, Issue 6

Pages 445-451

Abstract

The eradication of corruption is a long process, not only through law mechanism but also establishing new philosophy in form of seeding the logical reasoning and new values of free-corruption through formal education. By education, the character of anti-corruption will be created such as cultivating honesty, hard working, bravery, responsibility, independence, simplicity, justice and tolerance values. The article will describe how the anti-corruption education is integrated in school activities in Indonesia, namely in civic education and the habituation program at school. Articles based on the results of a naturalistic inquiry in middle and high school implementing anti-corruption education in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. Therefore, the content of anti-corruption education material is included in civic education subject curriculum. Anti-corruption learning in civic education subject is done through contextual teaching and learning and value learning approaches. Besides that, module of anticorruption education, customization of anti-corruption value through honest canteen practice and creating anti-corruption climate at schools.

Copyright

© 2015 Kokom Komalasari and Didin Saripudin. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.