The conformity of social learning theory with Islamic education in moral learning

Aprilia Putri Hapsari, Muhammad Hafizh Hanafi, Fadhlurrahman Fadhlurrahman


The learning method encompasses all corridors linked to it and is an inexhaustible discussion subject for analysis and review. The necessity for individuals to survive correctly and wisely is one of the important factors everybody wants a learning experience. This study analyzes the moral and social learning theory in Islamic education to correlate the suitability between social and religious learning, especially paying attention to a moral position. The results of this study indicate 1). That there is an association between a general learning theory that is socially and Islamically related to morals 2). The responsibility of educators in teaching students who do not only transfer knowledge but also play a role in observing students' behavior 3). Based on the process from beginning to end between the entire learning series by educators to students to achieve educational goals.


Learning; Social; Morals; Islamic education

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