Muslim education in the 21st century : Asian perspectives
- edited by Saʼeda Buang and Phyllis Ghim-Lian Chew.
- London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
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- Physical description
- xi, 210 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Routledge critical studies in Asian education.
Education Library (Cubberley)
LC910 .A78 M87 2014
- Unknown LC910 .A78 M87 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Madrasah Education in Bangladesh: Contestations and Accommodations Ali Riaz Contemporary Madrasas and Contested Modernities: Educational Reform in Pakistan Shiraz Thobani The Role, Developments and Challenges of Islamic Education in China Charlene Tan & Ke-jia Ding From Jingtang Education to Arabic School: Muslim Education in Yunnan Ma Xuefeng Pendidikan Islami (Islamic Education): Reformulating a New Curriculum for Muslim Schools in Aceh, Indonesia Eka Srimulyani & Sa'eda Buang Crafting a New Democracy: Civic Education in Indonesia Islamic Universities Elisabeth Jackson & Bahrissalim The Hikmah (wisdom) Program: A Philosophical Inquiry for the Teaching of Islamic Education in Malaysia Rosnani Hashim, Suhailah Hussien & Juhasni Adila Juperi. Coming to Grips with Modernization: The Teens aL.I.V.E. Programme and the Teaching of Sadaqah (giving of alms) Phyllis Ghim-Lian Chew Confronting and Integrating Modernity: Religious Education and Curriculum Reforms in Turkey Seyfi Kenan Pedagogical Innovations and the Reinvention of 'Old' Pedagogy in Muslim Schools in Russia Aelita Miniyanova.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Muslim Education in the 21st Century reinvestigates the current state of affairs in Muslim education in Asia whilst at the same time paying special attention to Muslim schools' perception of educational changes and the reasons for such changes. It highlights and explores the important question of whether the Muslim school has been reinventing itself in the field of pedagogy and curriculum to meet the challenges of the 21st century education. It interrogates the schools whose curriculum content carry mostly the subject of religion and Islam as its school culture. Typologically, these include state-owned or privately-run madrasah or dayah in Aceh, Indonesia; pondok, traditional Muslim schools largely prevalent in the East Malaysian states and Indonesia; pesantren, Muslim boarding schools commonly found in Indonesia; imam-khatip schools in Turkey, and other variations in Asia. Contributed by a host of international experts, Muslim Education in the 21st Century focuses on how Muslim educators strive to deal with the educational contingencies of their times and on Muslim schools' perception of educational changes and reasons for such changes. It will be of great interest to anyone interested in Asian and Muslim education.
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- Muslim education in the twenty-first century
- Routledge critical studies in Asian education
- 9780415844154 (hardback)
- 0415844150 (hardback)
- 9781315817873 (e-book)