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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 10, October 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Role Of LPTK In Strengthening The Character Of Educator Candidates

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AUTHOR(S)

Syarwani Ahmad

 

KEYWORDS

LPTK (Institute of Education and Education Personnel/IEEP), Character Strengthening, Educator Candidates

 

ABSTRACT

LPTK (Institute of Education and Education Personnel/IEEP) has an important link in the Indonesian national education system that can not be separated from others, both inside and outside the education system. As an educational institution who will certainly determine the color of education, it will certainly continue to improve itself in all things so that its graduates are well-educated, well-skilled, well-achieved and have good characters. To do so, the institution have made improvements in efficiency, effectiveness, accountability, creativity, pleasant and motivating situations, appearance, empathy, productivity and academic ability. All of these components are certainly supporting factors in producing high quality graduates of educators and education personnel.

 

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