PENANAMAN NILAI-NILAI KEISLAMAN BAGI ANAK USIA DINI (Studi Kasus di RA Al-Ishlah Bobos - Cirebon)

NURHAYATI, Eti (2015) PENANAMAN NILAI-NILAI KEISLAMAN BAGI ANAK USIA DINI (Studi Kasus di RA Al-Ishlah Bobos - Cirebon). [Experiment]

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Eti Nurhayati. 2015. Inculcation Islamic Values For Early Childhood: A Case Study in RA Al-Ishlah Bobos Cirebon. Faculty of Tarbiyah & Teaching. 150 pages. Along with the progress achieved in the current era of globalization, there is a crisis of moral and religious. Various delinquency increasingly become a phenomenon among teens and adults, in addition to the commitment and consistent of religious has not been seen in some teenagers and adults. It is pointed out, due to religious education and Islamic values are less effective when they were inculcated in early childhood. Therefore, inculcate Islamic values to children as early as possible is very important because it will become the foundation for their life as an adult. At least, there are four reasons that the background for this study, after conducting preliminary studies in the field, that showed: (1) There are some very important Islamic values, such as the values of faith and worship, were less attention and less inculcated effectively to early childhood; ( 2) Most teachers have lack of creativity in educating and to develop methods that are interesting and effective way to inculcate Islamic values to children; (3) Some teachers are less inspired and less insight to explore the Islamic values that are important to inculcated for early childhood, they are glued to the textual curriculum rather than trying to adjust contextually with the potential reality of the condition of children and society demands; (4) Most teachers are less in understanding of the characteristics and potential of children of early age, so that the process and learning outcomes are less effective. This study aims to: (1) formulating the Islamic values that are important inculcated to early childhood, (2) explore the potential of children that can be developed to inculcate Islamic values to them, (3) identify methods and strategies effective to inculcate Islamic values to early childhood. This research approach Child Developmental Psychology and Islamic Education. This study uses descriptive qualitative data collection techniques using intensive observation of the learning process and in-depth interviews with teachers and parents, and then analyzed qualitatively in narrative form. Results of this study conclude: (1) The Islamic values are important to early childhood inculcated includes four major components, namely: the values of faith, worship, akhlaq karimat, and reading the Qur'an. (2) Some of the potential early childhood include the potential physical and psychological, such as: physical, brain, motivation, attention, memory, and cognitive foundations on which to accept Islamic values inculcated to them. (3) The method effectively used, such as: the provision of religious knowledge in an integrated way or separately with each theme, habituation, warning, giving the example, create an religious environment, cooperation with parents in the religious education of children in the family, such as: habituation prayer, fasting, manners of interacting, and particularly in learning to read the Qur'an. An effective strategy is mainly done by the principle of "learn as you play", facilitating the children in developing their individual creativity, giving rewards to children as reinforcement to the actions and behavior, creating an environment that is fun, exciting, and challenging the child to learn and understand the characteristics and potential of children to help optimize their potential.

Item Type: Experiment
Subjects: Pendidikan > Pendidikan (Umum) > Pembelajaran berbasis nilai
Divisions: Karya Ilmiah > Laporan Penelitian
Depositing User: H. Tohirin S.Ag
Date Deposited: 28 Apr 2017 03:36
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2017 03:38
URI: http://repository.syekhnurjati.ac.id/id/eprint/2315

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