A Five-Stage Model of Qur’anic Pedagogy Integration into Teacher Education Curriculum

Ismail A. Musa

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Abstract

Advocacy for the infusion of Islamic resources into the education system permeates extant literature on Islamization of Knowledge. However, clear-cut strategies for redesigning teacher education curricula, at the systemic level, are yet to be evolved. This paper proposes a multi-stage model for developing an integrated teacher education curriculum that synthesizes the Qur’anic paradigm of pedagogy with conventional teaching approaches. Taking cognizance of the needs of educators of the future, the paper articulates the distinctive characteristics, tasks and actions associated with the stages of awareness generation among critical stakeholders. concept development based on the knowledge assets of the Qur’an, curriculum reform processes, implementation strategies and empirical methods for confirming the efficacy of the integrated package. In conclusion, the paper submits that a system-wide integrated pre-service education curriculum is capable of emerging and functioning effectively not only within the boundaries of Muslim education but also in non-Muslim contexts.

Abstrak

Advokasi untuk memasukkan sumber Islam ke dalam sistem pendidikan meresapi literatur yang ada tentang Islamisasi Pengetahuan. Namun, strategi yang jelas untuk mendesain ulang kurikulum pendidikan guru, pada tingkat sistemik, yang belum berevolusi. Makalah ini mengusulkan sebuah model multi-tahap untuk mengembangkan kurikulum pendidikan guru yang terintegrasi yang mensintesis paradigma Alquran pedagogi dengan pendekatan pengajaran konvensional. Mengambil tanggung jawab dari kebutuhan pendidik masa depan, artikel ini mengartikulasikan karakteristik khas, tugas dan tindakan yang   terkait dengan tahapan generasi kesadaran di antara para pemangku kepentingan kritis. pengembangan konsep berdasarkan aset pengetahuan tentang Qur'an, proses reformasi kurikulum, strategi implementasi dan metode empiris untuk mengkonfirmasikan kemanjuran paket terpadu. Kesimpulannya, artikel ini  menyampaikan bahwa dengan terpadunya  kurikulum pendidikan pra-layanan seluruh sistem ini mampu berkembang dan berfungsi secara efektif tidak hanya dalam batas-batas pendidikan Islam, tetapi juga dalam konteks non-Muslim

How to Cite: Musa, I., A. (2015). A Five-Stage Model of Qur’anic Pedagogy Integration into Teacher Education Curriculum. TARBIYA: Journal Of Education In Muslim Society, 2(1), 12-22. doi:10.15408/tjems.v2i1. 1748.

Permalink/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15408/tjems.v2i1.1748



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qur’anic pedagogy; integrated knowledge; teacher education; curriculum review; pedagogi Quran; pengetahuan terpadu; pendidikan guru; ulasan kurikulum

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