PELAKSANAAN AKTIVITI DI LUAR WAKTU PENGAJARAN DAN PEMBELAJARAN PENDIDIKAN MORAL SEKOLAH MENENGAH

  • Vijaya Malani Verasamy
  • Vishalache Balakrishnan

Abstract

Teaching and learning Moral Education is based on three moral domains namely the domain of reasoning, the domain of feeling and the domain of behaviour. However, Moral Education teachers often emphasize the domain of moral reasoning rather than the domain of emotion and the domain of behaviour.This article will discuss the challenges of Moral Education teachers in the implementation of the new curriculum, the Secondary School Curriculum (KSSM) focusing on 32 hours of teaching and learning activities beyond school schedule. The purpose of this article is to discuss critical developments in the implementation of teaching and learning activities beyond school schedule among lower secondary school teachers. The challenges of implementing teaching and learning activities beyond the school schedule are discussed in this article as well. This article also discusses the support received by teachers in the successful implementation of teaching and learning activities beyond the school schedule. Learning Moral Education beyond school schedule can have a high impact on students when teachers implement it effectively. This is because through the implementation of beyond school schedule activities, teachers, involving all three moral domains, can do the implementation of values and practice simultaneously.

Published
2020-11-03
How to Cite
VERASAMY, Vijaya Malani; BALAKRISHNAN, Vishalache. PELAKSANAAN AKTIVITI DI LUAR WAKTU PENGAJARAN DAN PEMBELAJARAN PENDIDIKAN MORAL SEKOLAH MENENGAH. Journal of Issue In Education, [S.l.], v. 43, nov. 2020. ISSN 0126-5024. Available at: <https://ejournal.um.edu.my/index.php/JIIE/article/view/26965>. Date accessed: 23 jan. 2021.