Urgensi Pendidikan Islam dalam Peningkatan Kecerdasan Sosial, Emosional Anak

  • Dewi Masyitoh IKIP PGRI JEMBER

Abstract

The islamic education is very importance to growth of  early childhood include social and emosional growthing. Because it will be basic establishment of the nation’s character, as the starting point of qualified human resources development, which has the insight, smart, personality, responsibility, innovative, creative, proactive and participatory ect. In golden age, we plant strong foundation of islamic education for next future becomed generation godly and intellectual. The aim of research is to know and discuss the importance of religious education in increasing social and emosional growing of early childhood. This method used kualitative research, data collection with indept interview, observation and documentation proceses and descriptive and explorative approach. The results of the researh that islamic education can increase unity of god value, leadership, tolerance, empathy, affiliation, patience, considerate for social, no arrogant, no  egotistic, can management of emotion.

 

Key Words : islamic education, social and emotional intelegence early childhood.

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Published
2020-06-29
How to Cite
Masyitoh, D. (2020). Urgensi Pendidikan Islam dalam Peningkatan Kecerdasan Sosial, Emosional Anak. Journal of Elementary School (JOES), 3(1), 47-60. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31539/joes.v3i1.571
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