Cultural Literacy: Open-minded in Book Chapter “Teacher Training, School Norms, and Teacher Effects” in Education of Indonesia Book

  • Aldo Prabowo Bandan Jakarta State University and IPEKA Christian School

Abstract

A liberal-arts education aims for open-mindedness, which falls under the more basic goals of transferring and expanding key areas of knowledge, laying the groundwork for democratic citizenship, and encouraging prolonged acquirement of intellectual. Open-mindedness is not something that is acquired through teaching, and it is not something that is normally engaged after much thought and decision-making (Adler, 2005). This study investigated in book chapter “Teacher Training, School Norms, and Teacher Effects” of Education of Indonesia book, used content analysis. The researcher revealed that values of open-minded, those are: Willingness 18, Ability to seek reasons and evidence 27, Matter of attitudes and technique 6, and Allow novel ideas and rival values 9. It results that combinations of willingness 30%, ability to seek reasons, and evidence 45%, matter of attitudes and technique 10%, and allow novel ideas and rival values 15%.

Published
2022-02-28
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