Relevansi Ayat-Ayat Edukatif dalam Pengembangan Kurikulum Pendidikan Islam di Indonesia
AbstractThe thought of ideal curriculum development in Indonesia keeps on scrolling. It was started from curriculum 1947, 1949, 1952, 1964, 1968, 1975, 1984, 1994, KBS, KBK, KTSP, which is finally now changed into 2013. Those changes are the answers of global demand to the education quality. However, by looking at the fact that there are many cases of students fight, drug abuse and free sex among students, it can be concluded that the curriculum changes are not in line with the reality in education world. Based on the explanation above, this paper tries to offer an idea to develop curriculum based Qur’an by reviewing one of the term used in Qur’an to refer to the educational process, namely ta’lim. Based on the analysis, the word “ta’lim” has a deep meaning including cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. If it is related to the curriculum development, currriculum based Qur’an is a learning model which focuses on the three domains above, as seen on the meaning coverage of ta’lim used in Qur’an.
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