Understanding Digital Age : Learning and Teaching For Islamic Studies

  • Novi Nur Laililisna STAI Badrus Sholeh Kediri
Keywords: learning, teaching, digital age

Abstract

Students and teacher are engaging into learning atmosphere where they are able learn and teach at anytime and anywhere. They are able access materials of subject lesson from their devices or gadget for example; it is just swimming in the sea of electronic product and gadget; students’ – teachers’ knowledge and application of technology are producing literacy skills for a 21st-century digital age. At a variety of educational institutions, digital media production functions are as a mechanism for learning, expression, and building community and identity. Based on perspective as a teacher, digital technology is appropriately and meaningfully producing the successful learner outcomes; in other hand, Islamic studies have very competitive contribution of knowledge around the globe. By using the design of qualitative research – basic interpretative studies (Ary et al, 2010), this study is trying to answer the question such as what are learning and teaching in digital age? Then, this study has purposes to gain description and understanding to learners and teachers of Indonesia in being professional of capacity development in the terms of learning and teaching, especially in Islamic studies. Key Words: learning, teaching, digital age

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Published
2017-11-29
How to Cite
Laililisna, N. (2017, November 29). Understanding Digital Age : Learning and Teaching For Islamic Studies. At-Tahdzib: Jurnal Studi Islam Dan Muamalah, 5(2), 19-27. Retrieved from http://ejournal.kopertais4.or.id/mataraman/index.php/tahdzib/article/view/3219
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