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Zira says...Salam, thanks for your prompt reply. I tried looking through the pages on here for that particular note but wasn't able to locate it. the version i have with me is the pdf. by the end of the notes it says it was created and edited in 2010 by [email protected] May i get the actual author and year for it? I dont want my article to sound invalid due to citing it as (n.a., 2010).
Zira says...Hi there. I'm wondering whether anyone could provide me with the author and years for the notes on 'Unit 3 Historical education of Malaysia' found on this blog? I need it for me to be able to cite the notes as I cant find any other "good" "official" ones online.
Noorhikhmah Mokhsan says...Assalam sir, maaf ganggu. Saya dari klas kplspm 3.3. Saya xda terima id n password utk jwb kuiz tu lagi.
Lai Hui Sin says...Good morning Mr. Azizi, I've a question which make me confuse.
According to Ministry of Education, "Islamic philosophy of education is a continuous effort to deliver the knowledge and skills of Islam based on the Holy Quran and Sunnah to shape one's attitude, character and worldview as servants of Allah who are responsible for the betterment of self, society, surroundings and country as well as the achievement of goodness in this life and everlasting happiness in the next."
Hence, when we describe Islamic philosophy of education, we will say it is
- Continuous effort
- To deliver knowledge and skills of Islam
- Based on the Holy Quran and Sunnah
- Aims at shape one's attitude, character and worldview
- For the betterment of self, society, surroundings and country
- Achievement of goodness in life and everlasting hereafter
Do we say that the basic principles of Islamic Philosophy of Education are the following?
- believe in one God
- believe in Holy Quran and Sunnah
- believe in voice of God
- believe in prophet
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