Irnie Victorynie
International Islamic University Malaysia

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Model of religious character education: A case study in Al-Hilal Islamic Primary School Bekasi, Indonesia M Husnaini; Irnie Victorynie; Noor Amili
Journal of Social Studies (JSS) Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Journal of Social Studies (JSS)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21831/jss.v16i2.34706


Presidential Regulation Number 87 of 2017 Article 2 states that character education must be the leading spirit in Indonesia's delivery of education. This study aims to describe the religious character education model implemented at Al-Hilal Islamic Primary School Bekasi, which is supported by students' parents' participation to build a learning process that not only produces an output of students who can graduate from school but also produce students who have religious characters. This research uses a qualitative approach with the type of case study method. The data collection techniques used were interviews, observation, and documentation. The results are the synergistic relationship and active role of all parties; in this case, the school and parents have successfully shaped the Islamic religious character. Students' character is built on a strong foundation from the family and strengthened through the Islamic education system in schools.
Multiple Intelligence in the Perspective of the Qur'an M. Husnaini; Ahmad Syauqi Fuady; Irnie Victorynie
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Education Studies (IJIES) Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Islamic Education Studies (IJIES)
Publisher : Faculty of Tarbiyah Institut Agama Islam Tribakti (IAIT) Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33367/ijies.v3i2.1358


This is a qualitative-descriptive analytic research aims to explore cues in the Qur'an that describe the concept of multiple intelligences. In Islam, the Qur’an is a complete guide for life. Indeed, many books that talk about multiple intelligences. However, there hasn’t been a book that specifically explain multiple intelligences according to the perspective of the Qur’an. This qualitative research used a literature review (research library)—data obtained through a literary approach in library data collection. The data were then analyzed using a thematic interpretation approach (maudhu'i). The results of this study: (1) deep linguistic intelligence-Nisa: 82, Al-Baqarah: 171, Al-An'am: 50, Ali Imran: 7; (2) Logical-mathematical intelligence in Al-Waqiah: 58-59, Al-Insan: 2, Ar-Ra'du: 3, Al-Anbiya: 30, An-Nur: 43; (3) visual-spatial intelligence in Ar-Ra'du: 3, Qaf: 7-8; (4) kinesthetic intelligence in Al-Baqarah: 219, Yasin: 68; (5) musical intelligence in Asy-Syuara: 221-227; (6) intrapersonal intelligence in Adz-Dzariyat: 21, Al-Baqarah: 44, Yasin: 62, Al-Mulk: 10; (7) interpersonal intelligence in Ar-Rum: 21, Al-Baqarah: 76, Ali Imran: 118; (8) naturalist intelligence in Al-Baqarah: 164, An-Nahl: 11, An-Nahl: 69, Al-Ghasyiyah: 17; (9) existentialist intelligence in Yunus: 24, Az-Zumar: 42, Al-Baqarah: 269. Researchers suggest educational institutions should add new insights regarding their learning strategies with multiple intelligences, especially those whose source of inspiration is the Qur'an and to other researchers should examine concept of musical intelligence, interpersonal intelligence, and naturalist intelligence perspective of the Qur’an