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Volume 6, Number 1 / April issue 2020
Adi Sungkowo, Holten Sion, U.Z. Mikdar, Untung F. Soan, Yetrie Ludang, Sangking
Management system of intra-school student organization in junior high schools with democracy culture
Abstract

The values and culture of democracy in extracurricular activities are carried out and guided by an effective and efficient teaching and learning process. This means that schools should, as much as possible, seek the best efforts and strategies in the elaboration of democratic values. Thus, schools become the spearhead of strengthening democratic values that have instinctively planted in their souls. Intracurricular activities at school can be represented in teaching and learning activities every day, but extracurricular activities are carried out through extra activities outside of school. The Intra-School Student Organization (OSIS) is one of the various extracurricular activities in schools that are very influential in the application of democratic culture and values through its activities. The implementation of democratic values in the student council, such as determining committee membership, electing the student council president, program planning, organizing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating. In essence, the application of student activities is from students, for students, and by students with guidance from the student council supervisor and the headmaster.
Keywords: school, extracurricular activities, democratic values, student council

Cite this article:
Adi Sungkowo, Holten Sion, U.Z. Mikdar, Untung F. Soan, Yetrie Ludang, Sangking. Management system of intra-school student organization in junior high schools with democracy culture. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 6(1)2020, 152-164.


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