« Proceeding " 6th Pedagogy International Seminar 2015" ISBN 978-979-3786-50-6 JILID II Halaman: 425-829
PEDAGOGIK PROFETIK ISLAM: SEBUAH WACANA PENGEMBANGAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS BIMBINGAN UNTUK MEMBANGUN
KARAKTER ANAK SHOLEHArie Rakhmat Riyadi & Juntika Nurihsan
, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia ............ 458
AbstrakKata kunci : pedagogical, prophetic, Islam, models, learning
Education is considered successful, especially when the goal can be achieved. There is one implicit educational goals, which almost all parents, educators and the community at large agree to establish pious children. Pious children referring to certain personal characteristics involving four dimension, namely qolbiah, aqliah, amaliah and jasadiah. The development of globalization is not accompanied by the readiness to face it and is not uncommon to reap the negative impact on children's development and getting them away from the desirable child's pious characters. Pious child character requires a number of requirements. One of them is the formulation of a model of learning that has partial matches so that the pious child can be achieved. Islamic prophetic pedagogic presented as one of the alternative ideas, as a framework for the implementation of the education system based on the Quran and the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad, which in this study is expected to facilitate the birth of one of the applicative reference model of learning in schools. Islamic prophetic pedagogic was developed based on the study of literature by using the fundamental structure of pedagogic include: general philosophy, the purpose of education, the content of education (curriculum), and the educational process. This paper concludes by reviewing the implications for the development of learning models to build the character of pious children ranging from syntax, the social system, the principle of reaction, support systems, to the analysis of the impact, in terms of instructional effects and the nurturance effects.
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