The Importance Of Prophetic Learning Model For Delinquent Students

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Munawir et al.


To understand how pattern and strategy of prophetic-based character learning to deal with delinquent behavior in MAN 2 and efforts made by the school. This study used qualitative method and produced descriptive data. The data were collected in MAN 2 (Islamic Senior High School) Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The data were taken by observation, in-depth interview and documentation. Analysis of data is a process of data organizing into categorization, basic description was carried out to find and formulate hypothesis. The stages were data reduction, exploration and verification of data. This study found three issues indicating that the analysis of prophetic learning model cause was necessarily applied to the delinquent students in the following conditions: (1) many students had delinquent behavior in the Madrasah; (2) factors affecting delinquency were internal and environmental factors of individual family; (3) the school had made efforts to reduce delinquency events of students, however there was not sustainability and survival of the applied method. This model is innovation and development of syllabus and Learning Plan including prophetic values (humanization, liberation and transcendence) in classical learning process. Innovation of prophetic-based character learning model was found able to reduce delinquency, but it was not performed in the learning process in this school. In context of character education, the innovation of prophetic-based character learning model was necessary to give positive change impact to the character of students, in both thought and behavior aspects.

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