PROBLEMATICS OF LEARNING ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN INDONESIA IN THE ERA OF DISRUPTION 4.0

Authors

  • Fatmawati Fatmawati Institut Agama Islam (IAI) As'adiyah Sengkang
  • Syarifuddin Ondeng Univeritas Islam Negeri (UIN) Alauddin Makassar
  • Muzakkir Muzakkir Univeritas Islam Negeri (UIN) Alauddin Makassar

Keywords:

Islamic religious education, public universities, disruption era, curricular reform, critical thinking, moderation, secularism, educator training

Abstract

The integration of Islamic religious education within Indonesia's public uni-versity system has become a subject of intense debate and scholarly dis-course, particularly in the era of disruption ushered in by the Fourth Indus-trial Revolution. This study aims to examine the prevailing problematics and challenges surrounding the learning of Islamic religious education in public universities across Indonesia. Through a comprehensive literature review and analysis of expert opinions, the research identified several key issues, including the need for curricular reform and innovative pedagogical approaches, fostering critical thinking and intellectual autonomy, promoting moderation and countering extremism, respecting secular principles and individual religious freedom, and investing in comprehensive educator training. The findings highlight the multifaceted nature of these challenges and the necessity for a balanced and collaborative approach that harmo-nizes traditional Islamic teachings with modernity, embraces diversity, and equips students with the knowledge and skills to navigate an increasingly complex and globalized world. Ultimately, addressing these problematics is crucial for nurturing a generation of ethically-grounded, critically-thinking, and globally-minded professionals who can contribute to Indonesia's con-tinued progress and prosperity.

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Published

2023-03-23

How to Cite

Fatmawati, F., Ondeng , S., & Muzakkir , M. (2023). PROBLEMATICS OF LEARNING ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN INDONESIA IN THE ERA OF DISRUPTION 4.0. MUKHLISAN : Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Islam, 1(1), 1–7. Retrieved from https://jurnallppm.iaiasadiyah.ac.id/index.php/mukhlisan/article/view/95

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