THE INTERCONNECTEDNESS OF RELIGIOSITY AND TEACHERS’ EFFICACY IN THE CHARACTER EDUCATION IN INDONESIAN ISLAMIC INTEGRATED SCHOOL

Salamiah Sari Dewi, S. Sutrisno, Abd. Madjid

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This article attempts to overview literature on religiosity and its relatedness to teachers’ efficacy which have become the most significant trait to possess. It is also due to the skyrocketing number of integrated Islamic schools in many parts of Indonesia where the needs of teachers with religiosity attribute exist. The school curriculum which also emphasizes the Islamic values and character education which follows the Prophet Muhammad SAW requires the expertise from teachers who are not only assessed from the teaching method and experience but also the quality of in-depth understanding to religiosity both as a pedagogical notion as well as the application in the real life. The article will highlight both empirical and theoretical studies presented to define and explore the issues of religiosity and teachers’ efficacy. Thus, this review will mainly address topic on the reciprocity of the religiosity in teachers’ efficacy in Indonesian integrated Islamic schools.

 

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character education, integrated Islamic schools, teachers’ efficacy, religiosity

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