Bakar Batu culture as a reflection of Pancasila ideology at early childhood education

  • A.C KARYADI Trilogi University, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • U. KHASANAH University of Lampung, Indonesia
Palabras clave: Bakar Batu Culture, Early Childhood Learning, Reflection of Pancasila Ideology, Respect, Social Justice. / Aprendizaje en la primera infancia, Cultura Bakar Batu, Justicia social, Reflexión de la ideología de Pancasila, Respeto.




This research is intended to explore and discover values contained in Bakar Batu Culture, as implementation and reflection of the Pancasila ideology that is inserted in learning at the level of early childhood education. Through a qualitative descriptive approach with a phenomenological approach. The findings in the field of this study illustrate that the values contained in Bakar Batu culture are in accordance with the values contained in the Pancasila ideology to foster a sense of nationalism and patriotism towards children from an early age.



El objetivo de esta investigación es explorar y descubrir los valores contenidos en la cultura Bakar Batu, como una implementación y reflejo de la ideología de Pancasila que se inserta en el aprendizaje a nivel de la educación de la primera infancia. A través de un enfoque descriptivo cualitativo con un enfoque fenomenológico. Los hallazgos en el campo de este estudio ilustran que los valores contenidos en la cultura Bakar Batu están de acuerdo con los valores contenidos en la ideología de Pancasila para fomentar un sentido de nacionalismo y patriotismo hacia los niños desde una edad temprana.

Biografía del autor/a

A.C KARYADI, Trilogi University, Jakarta, Indonesia
Agung Cahya Kariadi, who is fondly called (Kak Cahyo), is a Lecturer in the S-1 Early Childhood Teacher Education Program (Sarjana Degree), at Trilogi University, Jakarta, Indonesia. Aside from being a lecturer, Kak Cahyo is also known as a Researcher in the field of early childhood education, Indonesian Fairytale Practitioners (Storytellers) and Theater Actors in Indonesia. All of the activities of Agung Cahya Karyadi or (Kak Cahyo) can be seen on his Instagram social media page at @kakcahyo_sastrowardoyo.
U. KHASANAH, University of Lampung, Indonesia
Uswatun Khasanah is a lecturer in the S-1 Primary School Teacher Education Study Program (Sarjana Degree), at Nahdlatul Ulama University, Lampung, Indonesia. He is currently completing his Doctoral Program studies at the Educational Technology Study Program at the Jakarta State University Postgraduate, Indonesia.


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KARYADI, A., & KHASANAH, U. (2020). Bakar Batu culture as a reflection of Pancasila ideology at early childhood education. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25(1), 442-453. Recuperado a partir de