Optimizing Role-Playing Learning Strategies and Reinforcing Self-Control toward Anti-Corruption Knowledge

Desti Pujiati, Myrnawati Crie Handini, Moch. Asmawi


This study aimed to find out the optimizing of role-playing learning strategies and reinforcement of self-control through anti-corruption knowledge in children. It is expected that through role-play children can direct their aspirations and control themselves as a basis for reinforcement in anti-corruption knowledge. The method used in this research is the 2x2 design of the experimental method. Children can develop anti-corruption knowledge so that they can adjust it to the applicable rules or norms, build self-control positively, build habits to become individuals with honesty values and courage values, be simple, build justice and work hard in the community life where children live.


Learning Strategies; Role Playing; Self Control; Anti Corruption Knowledge

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