Concentration on Learning Program Development in Islamic Education

  • Dalmeri Mawardi University of Indraprasta PGRI, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Supadi . University of Indraprasta PGRI, Jakarta, Indonesia

Abstract

An effort to educate learner in Islamic education as an order to the learner be able to change character and behavior. For Islamic education, learner hoped to be able to understand whole Islamic teachings and comprehend the aim of Islamic education entirely. Islamic subject Learning system has planned systematically and referred to learning components which have oriented to the new paradigm and the application of contextual teaching and learning approach; the class condition will be conducive and comfortable for the learner to be motivated to learn Islamic subject. In contextual teaching and learning approach be able to direct the process of Islamic teaching and learning for growing learner good behavior, character building, and moral values that will become human who has proper responsibility, emotional, intellectual, and human who has emotional intelligence in developing the learner potency in applying of Islamic educational making good relation between God with human being and doing whole Islamic teachings in Global Era. How the learner knows about Islamic teachings, but it discusses what has known and realized by learner after learning.? Learner hoped to be able to have a strong desire and a high commitment to understand and apply Islamic teachings.

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Published
2018-12-18
How to Cite
MAWARDI, Dalmeri; ., Supadi. Concentration on Learning Program Development in Islamic Education. AL-HAYAT, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 2, p. 213-230, dec. 2018. ISSN 2599-3046. Available at: <http://alhayat.or.id/index.php/alhayat/article/view/35>. Date accessed: 26 mar. 2019.