COMPATIBILITY OF THE JAPANESE EDUCATION PATTERN “KYOIKU MAMA” WITH ISLAMIC EDUCATION

M. Yusmaridi, Azwar Ananda, R. Rusdinal, Nurhizrah Gistituati, Dewi Juita

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Japan as a developed country is certainly born from a superior education pattern so that it can outperform other countries. The "kyoiku mama" education pattern used by Japanese people has a major impact on the progress of the Japanese State. Mother as a child educator leads Japan to advances in science and technology. Not only Japan, Islamic education is also a mother as an early educator for Muslim children. This research is discussed using the literature study method that uses a variety of references in achieving the objectives of this study. The purpose of this study was to find a common thread between the "kyoiku mama" education pattern and the Islamic education pattern. The results obtained are three common threads, namely a) the degree of the mother is equally exalted, b) the mother is used as an example for her children, and c) the mother becomes a generation-producing agent that will change the environment, society and the country towards something better.

 

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Japanese education, Kyoiku Mama, Islamic education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v8i6.3794

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