The Andragogy concept in Diwan Imam Shafi’i

Fardiansyah, Fahmi and Supriyatno, Triyo The Andragogy concept in Diwan Imam Shafi’i. Presented at 5th International Conference On Research In Islamic Education And Arabic Language, 2018, Brunei Darussalam.

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Teachers continue to use educational guidelines for childrens in adult area. In fact, children do not always be children, but they grow into adults. If it is left alone, it results in the quality of learners who have entered the domain of adults. So to avoid mistakes in educating must use different guidelines, not with Pedagogy but with Andragogy. In addition, Imam Shafi’i also paid great attention to this. He poured his thoughts on adult education in his book "Diwan Imam Shafi’i". The purpose of this research is; (1) to find out what the contents Diwan al-Imam Shafi’i is relevant to Andragogy concept (2) to determine the comparation of the concept of Andragogy in Diwan al-Imam Shafi’i. The technique used in obtaining data is to collect words in the verses of Diwan Imam Shafi’i which refers to the six basic principles of Andragogy theory, namely; (1) The Need to Know (2) The Learners Self-Concept (3) The Role of the Experience Learners (4) Readiness to Learn (5) Orientation of the Learners (6) Motivation. The results obtained are (1) The relevant content of Diwan Imam Shafi’i with Andragogy concept can be categorized in accordance with the principles and sub-principles of Andagogy (2) Comparisons between Andragogy theory with Andragogy concept in Diwan Imam ash-Shafi’i.

Item Type: Conference (Speech)
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1303 Specialist Studies In Education > 130313 Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Divisions: Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Training > Department of Islamic Education
Depositing User: PROF.DR. Triyo Supriyatno
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2020 16:15


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