Buchori Muslim, Ahmad
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Evaluasi:Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam Vol 3, No 1 (2019): EVALUASI-edisi MARET
Publisher : STAI Ma'had Aly Al-Hikam Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32478/evaluasi.v3i1.225


Sufism as the core of Islamic teachings emerged by providing solutions and therapies for human problems by bringing closer to Allah the Creator. However, Sufism has been perceived as an inner practice that detaches itself from the world. However, lately, there is an understanding of Sufism which does not make its practitioners withdraw from the environment and instead requires its practitioners to go down to the community and contribute to solving problems faced by their communities. Sufism is known as "Positive Sufism" or neo-Sufism. Positive Sufism is a turning point of conservative Sufism. If conservative Sufism suggests that Sufism surges, then positive Sufism gives the impression that Sufism must be grounded. It must appear in all social life, and also contribute to solving world problems. This includes issues regarding leadership. The study method used is qualitative, the method of presenting the data is descriptive analysis, and it is designed with a library approach that explores some of the literature relating to the discussion of leadership concepts of modern positive Sufism perspectives. Therefore reviewing the concept of leadership and the criteria of a leader in the realm of Sufism is an alternative that can be done. So that it is expected to give an alternative picture like a leader who wants to run the wheel of his leadership based on Sufi souls, a Sufism expert
Character Education Curriculum in the Government of Indonesia Strengthening Character Education Program Buchori Muslim, Ahmad
JIEBAR : Journal of Islamic Education: Basic and Applied Research Vol 1, No 2 (2020): edisi OKTOBER
Publisher : STIT Islamic Village Tangerang

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Character education is ethics education, character education, moral education, and value education which aims to shape each individual into a human with character, namely by planting positive character values so that they can be internalized in oneself and manifest in real action. Character education plays an important role in aspects of human life because being a human being with character will be able to live in a wider community dimension with a firm life principle. The Indonesian government has designed a program aimed at shaping cultured, quality, and character Indonesian people. In Presidential Regulation Number 87 of 2017 concerning strengthening character education, the government requires every educational institution in Indonesia both formal, informal, and non-formal to carry out the “Penguatan Pendidikan Karakter” (PPK) movement. The values that need to be instilled in character education include aspects of religion, humanity, and citizenship. In implementing character education, the principal must also involve all elements of the family, community, and school, and this education must be carried out continuously because character education is an education that will never end.