PERSPECTIVE OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION TO VALUE CONTINUITY AND CULTURE

Authors

  • Ahdar, Abd. Halik, Musyarif Institut Agama Islam Negeri Parepare

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36815/tarbiya.v10i2.799

Keywords:

education, islamic education, value continuity, culture

Abstract

ABSTRACT
Education is a conscious and deliberate effort to create an
atmosphere of learning and the learning process so that learners are
actively developing the potential for him to have the spiritual strength of
religious, self-control, personality, intelligence, noble character, and the
skills needed themselves and society. Education continues throughout the
ages and absolutely mumust be carried out by each individual. Islamic
education as an activity that can never be separated from personal and
social life. Islamic education encourages people to maintain the existence
of Islamic normative values and positive cultural values. The article is
talking about perspective of Islamic Education to contunity value and
culture. The task of Islamic education is the development of potential,
cultural inheritance, and interaction between culture and potential. To
achieve this, students must be fostered to become adults, that is, they have
the level of humanization, the level of homanization, the complete level,
the internalization of values, and the level of self-reliance; while the
Function of Islamic Education is as an instrument of maintaining and
developing cultural values and community norms (Islam) and as a means
of making changes (innovation) through science and skills. Islamic
education is essentially a process of cultural formation and transformation.
The mission of Islamic education is internalization of cultural values into
educational activities, education as a vehicle for the socialization of
cultural values, closing the space of contamination of negative global
cultural influences, and developing cultural values of work ethics. The
strategy of Islamic education is learning orientation, flexible organization excellent service, and continuous and accommodating.

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