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Impact of pesantren in education and community development in Indonesia
by Friedrich-Naumann Stiftung, Indonesian Society for Pesantren and Community Development, Technical University Berlin in Kalibata, Jakarta, Indonesia, [Berlin]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Manfred Oepen and Wolfgang Karcher with assistance from Robert Kingham.|
|Contributions||Oepen, Manfred., Karcher, Wolfgang., Kingham, Robert., Technische Universität Berlin., Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung., Perhimpunan Pengembangan Pesantren dan Masyarakat (Jakarta, Indonesia)|
|LC Classifications||LA1271 .I47 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||92941948|
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The "pondok pesantren" education is a "traditional" form of Muslim education in Indonesia. This boarding school system can be traced back to the 18th century or further. However, it was not until that the "pesantren" officially admitted female students, beginning with the Pesantren Denanyar of Jombang. The acceptance of female students in the "pesantren" was a significant breakthrough in Cited by: International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 2 No. 6 June Indonesian Primary School Teacher’s Perception of Professional Development Programs: A Case Study Dr. Deitje A. Katuuk, Dean School of Education, Manado State University Tomohon, Indonesia Email: [email protected]
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Pesantren, media, technology, nonformal learning, community, Indonesia. Abstract: This study extends previous research, attempting to better understand.
pesantren (Indonesian, Islamic boarding schools) by examining factors facilitating the adoption and application of new media and technology in their broader, community-based educational : Jeffrey A. Ritchey, Nurhaya Muchtar.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. services. The pesantren’s capacity to stimulate social mobilisation in pursuit of other purposes was seen as an important asset to the implementation of participatory development.
The pesantren delivers religious sermons and lectures to its community in forums for children and adults (Rahardjo, ). It also gathers zakat (compulsory alms. Modernization and Pesantren Based Community Development in Indonesia Community development in the pesantren was initiated by Muslim activists who joined LP3ES and P3M in response to the excess of top-down Modernization (Developmentalism) of the New : Bambang Budiwiranto.
A Critique of Local Wisdom Values in Indonesia’s Pesantren Sofyan Sauri*, Nunung Nursyamsiah and Yayan Nurbayan to foster community development through education and learning. Being a role model in daily life, myths which has great impact in the social life of Indonesians.
The pondok pesantren education is a “traditional” form of Muslim education in Indonesia. This boarding school system can be traced back to the 18th century or further.
However, it was not until The pondok pesantren education is a “traditional” form of Muslim education in Indonesia. This boarding school system can be traced back to the 18th century or by: Boarding School (Pesantren) as education institution that can be a key of educational development with environmental care basis.
Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world with more than million adherents Muslims. There are more than Islamic schools in Indonesia, where its religious lessons haveCited by: 4. Pesantren is an exclusive (independent) educational community under the leadership of Kiai (Islamic cleric) assisted by ustaz (religious teachers) living together among the Santri (students), with the mosque as a center of learning activities, and huts (dormitories) International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability Vol.4, No.2, pp, April ___Published by European Centre for File Size: KB.
religious, social, and political affairs of Indonesia. Hence, a pesantren in a social change always serves as a platform for the expansion and the dissemination of Islam.
It is sufficient to say that pesantrens are seen as the main media of Islamic influence in the moral development of the Indonesian nation.
Introduction. This article begins with a discussion of two of the ways in which we can study community development in Indonesia.
One way is to begin with the concept of community development and its cognate terms and investigate how these might be used and understood, either in Anglicized versions or any linguistic equivalents in Indonesian development by: 3.
Pesantren and Peace Education Development: Challenges, Strategies and Contribution to Deradicalization in Indonesia Developing peace education in society is the ‘main gateway’ of Indonesian civilization in the future to create tolerant, moderate and inclusive human : Muhammad Thoyib. However, from a development perspective Indonesia has been particularly remarkable because of the great progress it has made, since independence, in raising average incomes and human development outcomes and in reducing poverty.
Then, in /98 Indonesia, along with other East Asian “tigers”, was hit by a series of monetary shocks. AllFile Size: KB. Like Indonesia, Malaysia –the predominant Moslem country possesses pesantren.
It disseminates the transformation and transmission of sciences and provides such as education for the community‟s youth and the administration of important religious rites.
Through the provision of theseAuthor: Ahmad Rodli, Imam Machali, Zainal Arifin. Meanwhile, Munʾim Sirry () and Eka Srimulyani () observe the pesantren's role in the development of civil society discourse and its efforts to provide education for women and to tackle.
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development. children. education., % 0. Educative Tradition and Islamic Schools in Indonesia Islamic schools came into existence in different parts of Indonesia, such as pesantren and pondok (both mostly in Java and Kalimantan), surau A distinctive feature of pesantren education is the learning of classical Islamic.
Over the past few decades, Indonesia has committed to improving its education system, with a particular emphasis on basic education. Improvements in education quality Indonesia has demonstrated a long-term trend of rising adult literacy – with rates increasing from 67% in to 82% in and then to % in Improvements in.
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– 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). Raihani (). Curriculum construction in the Indonesian pesantren: a comparative case study of curriculum development in two pesantren in South Kalimantan.
Masters Research thesis, Learning and Educational Development (LED), The University of by: 1. In the other hand, pesantren boarding school have a badness of curriculum development. The curriculum in the schools are fixed and follow global developments (goverment).
While in pesantren curriculum content is easily changed according to the wish of the school owner and what the goals they want to achieve in their educational system.Teacher professional development in Indonesia: The influences of learning activities, teacher characteristics and school conditions Abdul Rahman University of Wollongong Unless otherwise indicated, the views expressed in this thesis are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of : Abdul Rahman.Meanwhile, the curriculum states that the purpose of the curriculum is the development of the demands, needs and conditions relating to aspects of the community in educational output.