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|Title:||Integration of Islamic Values in the Teaching of Technology and Home Economics in the Public Secondary Schools of Lanao Del Sur and Marawi City: Basis for a Proposed Enhancement Program|
|Authors:||Montia Diampuan Sarip|
|Abstract:||This study aimed to assess if Islamic values can be integrated in the teaching of Technology and Home Economics (T.H.E.) in the Secondary schools ofLana0 del Sur and Marawi City. It looked into the profile and competencies of the T.H.E. teachers; the extent of Islamic integration in teaching T.H.E. and problems met in teaching the subject. The findings can be made as basis for an enhancement program for the curriculum for the Muslim populace in this area. This subject is considered as "Laboratory of Life" in the basic education curriculum. This study is a descriptive-correlation type of research with 432 respondents. From the findings, it can be concluded that teachers of TH.E. are competent based on their profiles. Moreover; data shows that students often practice Islamic values in activities in Home Economics, Industrial Arts and Entrepreneurship but seldom in Agricultural/ Fishery Arts. Thus, it can be inferred that Islamic values can easily fit and be integrated in T.H.E lessons. This implies that although the schools in this area are following the prescribed curriculum by the Department of Education, teachings of Islamic values can be integrated in the curriculum. It is hereby recommended that curriculum makers/school administrators and teachers should review the curriculum giving way for the integration of Islamic values in teaching T.H.E among the schools in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).|
|Appears in Collections:||International Conference on Islamic Leadership-2 (iCiL-2) 2012|
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