MAINSTREAMING PEACE IN QURANIC TEACHING TEXTBOOKS FOR MUHAMMADIYAH SCHOOLS

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Nurwanto
Marsudi

Keywords

Peace, Quranic Interpretation, Muhammadiyah, Curriculum

Abstract

Purpose: The article reviews whether the contents of some Quranic understandings taught in Muhammadiyah schools endorse peace or not. By taking account of the increasingly violent acts among Indonesian students, making them more seriously engaged in peace provided by schools, ranging from textbooks to classroom practices, is unavoidable.


Methodology: This study is library research intended to uncover peaceful values contained in the Quranic teaching textbooks provided for those studying at Class X, XI and XII or Senior Secondary levels of Muhammadiyah Schools in Yogyakarta. These textbooks had officially been published by the Council of Basic and Middle Education of the Muhammadiyah Provincial Board headquartered in Yogyakarta. These teaching contents are basically unseparated parts of the subject called ISMUBA (Al-Islam, Muhammadiyah Studies and Arabic). By content analysis usage, this article categorizes and elaborates contents relevant to peace issues.


Result: This article especially focuses on the content analysis of the Quranic exegesis textbooks issued in Yogyakarta. The result shows that those textbooks generally provide contents endorsing peace, interpreted from the Quran. However, they seem to have a lack of both content clarity and some relevant sources. Furthermore, the boundaries of the content might also be affected by the learning targets shaped with relatively low-order thinking skills. Therefore, the textbooks remain engaging in providing peace elements even though some limitations are found.


Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of mainstreaming peace in Quranic teaching textbooks for Muhammadiyah schools is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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