Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on New Approaches in Education
The Psychological and Cognitive Effect the Scientific Inaccuracies Have On 5th Grade Students’ Knowledge Acquisition
Dr. Joana Taci, Dr. Blerta Kore, Edlira Shehu
Education policy of War in education and training of the Ministry of Defense in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia is in line with the dynamics of the times, science and technology; the definition of a war has also changed. At present, in the context of war to defend the Republic of Indonesia, war is not only related to the use of military force (hard power) in the field of defense and security
(HANKAM), but is more prominent in the fields of ideology, politics, economy, social and culture (IPOLEKSOSBUD) which leads to the use of diplomacy, universal defense, and irregular warfare which tends to be soft power. Although war today takes a limited form and involves behind-the-scenes actors and victims, they are not immediately visible to the eye; but the scope is more systematic and has a broad impact. For example, intelligence war, cyber, and trade war.
This study uses a qualitative method. Based on the results of research and discussions regarding Education policy of War in education and training of the Ministry of Defense in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.
This research aims to expand access to quality education for just and inclusive students. Strengthening the quality and relevance of education that is centered on the development of students. Development of the potential of students with character. Preservation and promotion of culture, language and literature as well as their mainstreaming in education. and Strengthening educational and cultural governance systems that are participatory, transparent and accountable and realizing national security that is capable of maintaining territorial sovereignty, sustaining economic independence by securing maritime resources, and reflecting Indonesia’s personality as an archipelagic country. Realizing an advanced, sustainable and democratic society based on the rule of law. Realizing a free-active foreign policy and strengthening its identity as a maritime country Realizing a high, advanced and prosperous quality of life for Indonesian people. Creating a competitive nation. Realizing Indonesia to become a maritime country that is independent, advanced, strong and based on national interests and creating a society with a personality in culture.
keywords: Policy, War, Education, Training, Diplomation.