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Tadris : Islamic Education Journal
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  • Construct of The Environmental Education on The Quranic Paradigm: a
           Literature Review

    • Authors: Siswanto
      Pages: 247 - 259
      Abstract: The rise of environment crisis are caused by human activities. The effect of destructive behavior, threat of human life substainabilities is felt.  The center of enviroment problems philosophically is lack of relation equilibrium between human being and enviroment. This research focused on environmental education concept, Qur'anic view of environment, and environment education construct of Qur'an paradigm. The kind of this research is library one. The data collection is documentation technique. The results of this research are environmental education is an effort to change behavior and attitude made by various parties or elements of society that aims to increase knowledge, skill and communities’ awareness of environmental values that ultimately can drive environmental safety for the benefit of future generation. The Qur'an becomes moral code governing human relationship with their environment. environment structure becomes human’s responsibility as God's servant on earth. The Qur'an very firmly says that the main role of human is as sevant ('abd Allâh) whose their primary mission is serving his Lord as well as the manager (khalîfah) who are able to utilize and prosper this universe. The environment education based the Quranic paradigm is directed to programme and education activities that aim at consiousness and wisdom to environment based on the Quranic values. The environmental education motivate the students to belong to the Quranic character in protecting the environment from damages and quarenting its conservation.
      PubDate: 2022-11-16
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7032
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Counterradicalism Through Religious Education Curriculum: Solution to The
           Religious Literacy Crisis in Indonesian Islamic Universities

    • Authors: Rohmat Mulyana Sapdi, Nur Ali
      Pages: 260 - 271
      Abstract: Islamic universities have been accused of being the milieu of the growing movement of radicalism along with the new facts about the involvement of two state Islamic universities among 10 state universities involved in radicalism. The campus management has responded to the movement by developing a religious curriculum and interreligious-based learning to improve religious literacy competence. This paper aims to evaluative the practice of religious curriculum and literacy as a strategy in improving counterradicalism in campus. The interviews, observations, and data analysis resulted in the finding that the religious curriculum development with open minded principles, religious universality, local wisdom, and humanism values in the learning activities in either classroom and or places of worship of other religions can foster good counterradicalism and interfaith literacy and eliminate the evolution of radical attitudes among students.  This paper suggested that the learning of religious education in campuses and schools include observation to the areas of interreligious activities and religious literacy studies to improve students' understanding of religious values among religious communities, so tolerance and counterradicalism can be fostered.
      PubDate: 2022-12-24
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7055
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • The Naquib al-Attas Educational Thought In Contemporary Islamic Education

    • Authors: Sapri, Zaini Dahlan, Ahmad Tarmizi Hasibuan, Ely Rahmawati
      Pages: 272 - 283
      Abstract: Islamic education as one of the recognized scientific disciplines and has attracted the interest of the participants, especially for students who want to study it seriously. However, this field of study and discipline is not fast enough in its development, when compared to the number of other fields of Islamic studies. Even so, the portrait of Islamic education can actually be described in various perspectives. For example, from the educational perspective of Naquib al-Attas. This study aims to explore the educational concept of Naquib Al Attas in terms of the meaning and purpose of education, curriculum and educational methods as well as the authority and role of the teacher. The research uses a descriptive approach. This is done to be able to reveal the concept of education in Naquib Al Attas' thought based on reading related books and articles. The results of this study indicate that the thoughts of Naquib Al Attas tend to be selectively reconstructive which seeks to present an integrated Islamic education system. While in the Al Attas Curriculum seeks to integrate Science (Fardhu Ain and Fardu Kifayah), so the method used is the cultivation of Adab (Faith-Science-Charity).  
      PubDate: 2022-12-29
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.4978
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Local Wisdom Bâburughân Beccè' in Madurese Proverb to Maintain Local
           Content Learning in Islamic Boarding School

    • Authors: Moh Hafid Effendy, Agus Purnomo Ahmad Putikadyanto, Kristanti Ayuanita, Supandi
      Pages: 284 - 298
      Abstract: Madurese proverb is one of the traditional expression of Madurese ethnic which contains various bâburughân beccè' or advice which contains values. One of the highest values ​​held by the Madurese community is religious values ​​which are based on the strength of belief in Islam. The expression that still remains a strength in maintaining Madurese local wisdom is the existence of the application of religious values ​​contained in Madurese proverb. The identity of the attitude of the Madurese community is embedded in traditional expressions, namely in proverbs that become advice in every mindset and philosophical attitude of the Madurese community. The purpose of this study is to describe the form of bâburughân beccè' in Madurese proverbs in order to maintain Madurese local wisdom in social reality in Islamic boarding schools. This study uses a qualitative approach with a phenomenological type of research. Sources of data in this study consisted of kyai, lora, and students in one Islamic boarding school in Pamekasan Regency. The results showed that there was a form of bâburughân beccè' or advice in Madurese proverbs which were expressed in the form of religious values, character education, and socio-cultural values. So it can be said that nature, objects, and the surrounding environment shape the attitude and character of the religious Madurese community.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7084
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Strengthening Character Education for Gen Z ‎ in the Era of Disruption
           through a Personal-Constructive Sufi Approach

    • Authors: Saiful Islam, Fauzi Muharom, Fauzi Annur, Arsyil Azwar Senja, Kunti Zahrotun Alfi
      Pages: 299 - 315
      Abstract: This study aims to find out how educational institutions prepare strategies and concepts for their students in the current era of disruption, especially in strengthening character formation in Generation Z. An era that offers acceleration in various areas of life, one of them is acceleration in uprooting the established foundations of life. The research method used in this research is library research with an analytical descriptive approach. The results of this study are that education must be able to present linear strategies and concepts with the characteristics of the Z-generation. One of these concepts is through a personal-constructive approach in strengthening the character education of students, especially the Z-generation. This approach was carried out as the Sufis in ancient times tried to improve their morals in totality before God and humans, namely through self-awareness of their spiritual potential and concrete actions that focused on fundamental things such as repentance, patience, sincerity, etc.  
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.6882
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • The Mimicry of Shia Youths in Islamic ‎Education and Religious Space of
           Education ‎Institutions

    • Authors: Mochammad Zaka Ardiansyah
      Pages: 316 - 334
      Abstract: This article aims to reveal the discriminatory experiences encountered by Shia youths in educational institutions and their strategies for constructing their identities, both in Islamic religious education classes and in the public spaces of educational institutions. This article is the result of a qualitative-descriptive study of five Shia youths in Jember who were recruited using the chain-referral sampling method. Data collected by life-story interviews were analyzed using interactive model (Miles, et al). This article finds that Shia youths encounter discriminatory experiences because they are required by Islamic Religious Education teachers to recite prayers such as qunut, even though they claim to be members of Muhammadiyah. The two Shia youths who imitated members of Muhammadiyah intended to avoid the practice of Nahdlatul Ulama-style prayers preferred by their Islamic Religious Education teachers. In addition, Shia youth generally do not dare to reveal their identity as adherents of Shia. A Shia youth claims to be a traditional Muslim or follower of Islam to avoid discrimination from his friends. It was also dicovered that Shia youths pretend to perform prayers according to the Sunni schools while secretly performing Shia prayers to fight for their right to worship. Mimicry performed by minority Shia youths confirms Homi K. Bhabha's image of mimicry because Shia youths use the Sunni Muslim's identity space. However, they secretly try to maintain their primordial identity as Shias so that minority Shia youths use an identity that is almost the same as that of Sunni Muslim, “but not completely the same”.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7106
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Development of a Moderation-Based Islamic Education Learning Model in
           Efforts to Strengthen Student Tolerance at Public Universities in Lampung
           and Banten Provinces

    • Authors: Imam Syafei, Wasehudin, M. Asy'ari, Rofiqi, Cicik Aini
      Pages: 335 - 347
      Abstract: The Indonesian nation is a large nation that has very diverse ethnic groups, races, cultures, and religions. This diversity will be very dangerous if it is not addressed properly by its adherents. Conflicts of religion, ethnicity, become something that cannot be avoided when every society does not have a strong attitude of tolerance. Islamic education as an educational system has a moral responsibility in order to form a moderate society in an effort to strengthen the tolerance attitude of students through the learning model that it provides. This study seeks to uncover and analyze the development of Islamic education based on religious moderation in an effort to strengthen student tolerance in public universities in the provinces of Lampung and Banten. The research method used in this study is research and development design, namely research used to produce certain products and test the effectiveness of these products. The results of this study indicate that moderation-based PAI learning has a major role in the formation of student tolerance attitudes in public universities in the provinces of Lampung and Banten. PAI learning based on religious moderation has a strong commitment to instilling multicultural values ​​into students so that they can respect the appeasement that occurs in the community. The results of the Development of Islamic Religious Moderation-Based Learning Model for students show that the PAI learning model can significantly increase students' religious tolerance. Therefore, the development of this learning model is highly recommended to be applied in the context of public universities, especially in the provinces of Lampung and Banten because they have a strong contribution to produce students who have a high tolerance attitude.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7030
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Religious-Nationalism Based Character Education ‎in Traditional
           Pesantren

    • Authors: Yulia Rahman
      Pages: 348 - 364
      Abstract: This research was motivated by the rise of accusations of radicalization through Islamic educational institutions, especially traditional pesantren. The learning process in traditional pesantren that seem unable to train students' critical thinking skills is considered a factor in the ease with which radicalism grows in these institutions. This study aims to determine how the implementation of religious-nationalism-based character education in traditional pesantren. The focus of the research is on nationalism-religious character education in learning materials and pesantren culture. This type of research is a mix-method research with field research techniques. The data were collected by means of documentation, interviews and questionnaires. The questionnaire is quantitative data which is analyzed with a qualitative paradigm. These data are sourced from three traditional Islamic boarding schools in Padang. The results of this study conclude that nationalism-religious-based character education in traditional Pesantren is applied in moral learning materials that refer to the kitab kuning and Islamic religious subject textbooks. In addition, nationalist-religious character education is also developed through a pesantren culture which is thick with the values ​​of love for the homeland, unity, tolerance, and democracy. This conclusion is supported by the nationalist-religious attitude of the majority of santri in traditional pesantren. The results of this study strengthen the conclusions of previous studies which stated that Islamic boarding schools teach an accommodative, pluralist attitude and reject radicalism.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.6862
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Digital Parenting: Utilizing Technology to Instill Islamic Education
           Values in Young Children

    • Authors: Ria Astuti, Erni Munastiwi, Muqowim
      Pages: 365 - 379
      Abstract: Early use of technology always has advantages and disadvantages in social interactions. Some neighborhood organizations believe that technology may promote accountability, pragmatism, security, and convenience. Other groups, meanwhile, believe that gadgets are prone to criminality. Gadgets must be present since they are an unavoidable aspect of life. Use intended for young children requires parental supervision. Similarly, technology can be employed as a teaching tool. The study's goal was to investigate how Islamic education ideals are taught to young children through the use of technology. This study used descriptive qualitative research as its methodology. ways for gathering data through observation, interviews, and documentation. Ten parents of young children participated as informants in the study. Data reduction and exposure stages, as well as inference and data verification, are all used in technical analysis of the data. By using three different procedures and data sources, the veracity of the data is tested. The study's findings demonstrate that: First, early childhood care can be provided using either an authoritative parenting style, which limits children's independence while granting them authority, or a permissive parenting style, which pampers them. Second, using technology as media is one way that parents today are instilling Islamic education values which includes aspects of aqidah, worship (ibadah), and morals (akhlak) in their children. Third, gadgets have a negative impact on early childhood including cyberbullying, pornography, blasphemy and speaking impolitely in cyberspace, then children think instantly, are less active, addicted to gadgets and result in a consumptive lifestyle.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7468
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • The Educational Epistemology Of Traditional Pesantren

    • Authors: Ahmad Sulton
      Pages: 380 - 394
      Abstract: This study aims to explore the reasons al-Maqbul pesantren maintains the traditional education system in the educational epistemology perspective. This research is qualitative, describe data obtained from the field and literature related to the discussion. To get the data used data collection techniques through observation, interviews and documentation. This study resulted in the findings, namely: (1) The reason al-Maqbul pesantren maintains the traditional education system cannot be separated from the epistemological construction of education; (2) The influence of the epistemological foundation of education at the al-Maqbul pesantren on its educational goals can be identified from Bayani's tendency to place sources of knowledge instead of logical reasoning, empirical observations, and scientific methods. However, the texts of the Qur'an, Hadith, and the Yellow Book; (3) According to the view of al-Maqbul pesantren, truth, knowledge, and educational methods are obtained from the texts of the Qur'an, Hadith, and the Yellow Book. The conclusion of this study is that al-Maqbul pesantren still maintains the purity of its original identity as a place to study religious sciences for its students. All knowledge learned in this pesantren is entirely religious in nature, sourced from Arabic-language books, does not include general knowledge in the education system.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7044
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Innovation Of Religious Moderation Education In Muhammadiyah 2 Senior High
           School Surabaya

    • Authors: Bina Prima Panggayuh, Akh Muzakki, Hanun Asrohah, Akh. Syaiful Rijal
      Pages: 395 - 412
      Abstract: This study aims to find out the process and implications of the educational process of religious moderation, so that it can be used as an evaluation and as a basis for better education. The research method used in this research is qualitative and with a descriptive analytic approach. The results of this study show that innovation in religious moderation education is found in the principal's policies, curriculum, habituation programs, and activities outside of learning such as extracurricular activities, commemoration of Islamic holidays, and other religious activities by mainstreaming the principles of religious moderation, namely tawassuth, ta'adul, and tawazun.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.7043
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
  • Integration of Islamic Science and Science in Schools: Studies on Learning
           Islamic Religious Education in the Digital Era

    • Authors: Firman Mansir
      Pages: 413 - 425
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to determine the integration of Islamic science and general education in schools and find out its implementation factually. This research uses qualitative methods with descriptive types of research and approaches using literature studies. Data sources and collection are carried out using literature relevant to the research, such as national and international books or journals. The results showed that the integration of Islamic science and science is more suitable for schools under the auspices of religion, such as madrasahs, Islamic boarding schools, and schools with integrated Islamic information. The implementation of the integration of Islamic science and science in schools, namely the change in applicable learning methods, requires the involvement of parents and the equation of vision and mission, as well as an integrative model curriculum.
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.19105/tjpi.v17i2.6769
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 2 (2022)
       
 
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