PANDANGAN MAHASISWA PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN PANCASILA DAN KEWARGANEGARAAN TERHADAP PROFESI PENDIDIK
Education is a very important field for human life. Education can encourage the improvement
of human quality in the form of increasing cognitive, affective, and psychomotor competencies.
The purpose of this study was to find out the views of students of Pancasila and citizenship
education programs on the teaching profession. This study was designed as a qualitative
descriptive study with a single embedded case study strategy. Data sources were obtained from
the research subjects as follows; 1) Informants / Resource Persons, namely students of the
Pancasila and Citizenship Education Study Program; 2) Student activities when discussing the
profession of an educator. Data collection techniques used are in-depth interviews, direct
observation and document analysis. The data validity technique uses standards of credibility,
transferability and dependability and confirmation. Data analysis techniques use interactive
methods. The results of the study can be concluded that the views of students on the teaching
profession are teaching professionals is a respectable profession, the existence of the teaching
profession in the community according to students Educators are community teachers,
educators as dampening conflicts of cultural differences and profiles of ideal educators
according to students and reasons students view the teaching profession The ideal teacher does
not have selfishness so the teacher can be said to be a teacher who is able to understand the
wishes of students.
Keywords: Views, Students, Professional Educators
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