Pembelajaran IPA Terintegrasi Nilai Islam: Perspektif Guru IPA pada Madrasah Tsanawiyah di Indonesia

Nining Purwati

Abstract


This study aimed at investigating the views of teachers of MTs (Islamic Junior High School) in western Lombok Indonesia toward natural science learning integrated with Islamic values. Qualitative research using survey method was conducted on 20 respondents who were natural science teachers at 7 MTs in West Lombok regency Indonesia. The data were collected using questionnaires, interviews, and observations and analyzed descriptively. The results of this study will be described further. Natural science teachers at MTs consider that natural science learning integrated with Islamic values is very important to be done. Furthermore, the integration of Islamic values in natural science learning has begun to be done on various subject matters, but its implementation has not been well planned (no learning media prepared). On the other hand the problems encountered in natural science learning integrated with Islamic values were related to the factors of teachers and the other supporting factors in the form of infrastructure and regulation. Finally, it is necessary to have natural science instruction handbook which includes the main points of natural science material and Islamic values (dalil-dalil naqli) which are relevant to natural science materials.

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Islamic values, Madrasah Tsanawiyah, Natural Science Learning, Islamic Junior High School

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.36312/essh.v1i1.27

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