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    Aher Appealed to Educators to Apply Ki Hajar Dewantara Concept


    BANDUNG-West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan appealed to educators to apply the concept of Ki Hajar Dewantara.

    According to him, one of the educational leaders has the concept of Konmin three namely that the implementation of education should be based on the principle of continuity, convergence and concentric.

    "In the sense that the educational process needs to be sustainable, integrated and rooted in the earth where the process of education takes place," said Ahmad Heryawan at Gedung Sate Bandung, Tuesday (02/05/2017)

    In addition, Aher greeting familiar Governor of West Java explains the concept of educational tuition, that education should take place in three environments, namely family, school and community.

    "This concept must be mutually related symbiosis can not be separated from each other in the three environments," he said.

    Meanwhile, in terms of leadership, Aher continued, Ki Hajar Dewantara applied the concept of Laku Telu or three roles formulated by the Javanese phrase Ingarso Sing Tulada, Ingmadya Mangun Karso and Tut Wuri Handayani which means when in front gives modeling, when in the middle gives inspiration And when behind gives encouragement.

    "The three roles must be carefully implemented either alternately or simultaneously in the figure of a whole leader," he said.

    Aher emphasized that the concept of laku telu (three roles) needs to be re-experienced by educators when the education world is experiencing exemplary crisis and educational practices are no longer inspiring.

    "Ki Hajar Dewantara's idea becomes a reference of President Jokowidodo's vision in the field of education which has a mission that the future of Indonesia depends on today's students who have strong character and mind and master life skills," he concluded. (MAT)

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