Joniel Hendrik Salouw, S. Suharno, Rostin Talapessy


This research is a study on the role of teachers in the development of student discipline character through learning Pancasila and Civic Education at Senior high school (SMA Negeri) 1 Wonreli Regency of Southwest Maluku. This research is a case study with a qualitative approach. The data collection techniques in this study use 3 ways namely, observation, interview, and documentation. The data analysis process includes data collection, data reduction, presenting data, and decision making. The study concluded; 1) The role of teachers in the development of student discipline character is the right way to instill character values in the younger generation in order to create a generation of character and integrity. The target is students to be disciplined in obeying every rule made; 2) Pancasila and Civic Education teachers always prioritize and emphasize to students to be disciplined, to come to school on time. act, wear uniforms in accordance with school rules, must not skip school, in performing tasks at the specified time, obey in words and actions, and so on.

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