Research Paper | Education Management | Indonesia | Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021
Tritological Education in the Perspective of K. H Abdurahman Ambo Dale
Abstract: One of the problems of education today is that the internalization of morals and Islam is not optimal for students. This can be seen in various cases of moral and religious decadence that occur around us. For this reason, strengthening moral education in the perspective of KH Abdurrahman Ambo Dalle is important. This study aims to explain the concept of moral education in the tritology of KH Abdurrahman Ambo Dalle. The research was conducted with documentation data sources in the form of scientific articles discussing KH Abdurrahman Ambo Dalle and books by KH Abdurrahman Ambo Dalle. The data in the form of information is then reviewed and analyzed in the context of the content so that it can be presented in the findings and discussion. The result of his research is that moral education in this Tritology combines three concepts simultaneously: (1) education which refers to the implementation of education based on Islamic knowledge, values, and way of life; (2) da'wah which refers to giving religious teachings to the general public (people); and (3) the social business aspect refers to the efforts made to create a more civil society order.
Keywords: Moral Education, Tritology, Da'wah, and Social Enterprises
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021,
Pages: 1092 - 1097
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Nurhayati, "Tritological Education in the Perspective of K. H Abdurahman Ambo Dale", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR211217195148, Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021, 1092 - 1097, #ijsrnet
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