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Title: Need Analysis Study On The Development Of Islamic Education Model For Elderly Based On Al-Quran
Authors: Shah Rizul Izyan Zulkiply
Dr. Noornajihan Jaafar
Nurul 'Asyiqin Aminul Rashid
Mohd Zahir Abdul Rahman
Keywords: Elderly Education
Elderly
Elderly Islamic Education
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: Elderly consider physical limitations as a concrete reason to neglect their other Islamic rituals. This situation occurs due to the lack of awareness to improve their current level of Islamic knowledge, particularly the knowledge of fard al-ayn. In fact, the inappropriate approach of elderly education has also inhibited the spirit of elderly to continue studying .Therefore, a model of an educational program Islamic for elderly based al-Quran on guidelines will be developed to create persistent awareness, knowledge and encouragement for this age group to relearn the teaching of Islam in leisure circumstances as well as according to their own physical and psychological capabilities. But for this writing the researchers focus on the need analysis of that particular model a high quality of Islamic educational model for elderly should be develop. The methodology used in this study was the interview method with five experts comprising those in the field of elderly education and Islamic Education. All experts came to a consensus that, a high-quality Islamic education model for elderly should be developed in order to produce a group of elders, who will spend the last moment of their lives in parallel with Islamic teachings.
Description: International Journal for Studies on Children, Women, Elderly And Disabled, Vol. 4, (June) 2018
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/18944
ISSN: 0128-309X
Appears in Collections:International Journal for Studies on Children, Women, Elderly And Disabled (IJSCWED)



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