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Cyber-Bullying Prevention Effort with Multicultural Education Approaches in School

Sylvi Marini; Setyabudi Indartono; Farida Hanum

Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

This study had purposed to describe the efforts prevent cyber-bullying in schools through a multicultural education approach. The main problems of implementation and models of cultivation multicultural education values among students are could to prevent cyber-bullying at school is happened. The method had used in this study is qualitative with the type of library research method. The results illustrated are the implementation of multicultural education in schools is supported through the school climate, school curriculum, school advice and infrastructure, the role of teachers, school programs and activities as well as students. The method chosen in value management is based on students' dynamics, relaxed and does not suppress students. When teaching in class the teacher also applies multicultural education by familiarizing the mutual respect for one another, creating a democratic classroom atmosphere, and instilling multicultural values routinely. With these policies, it is expected that education will make a significant contribution to the problem of cyber-bullying. Through education in schools the development of open attitudes towards diversity, tolerance, and understanding togetherness as needs will be able to be invested and developed as capital in the life of the nation and state so as cyber-bullying events can be prevented before they occur. 

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