Peran Massive Open Online Courses dalam Pendidikan Agama Islam di era digital

Sumarsono Sumarsono

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This article discusses the learning of Islamic Religious Education (PAI) in the digital era, the opportunities and challenges of MOOC through the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) media associated with the concept of independent learning. The research method used a qualitative descriptive approach. Through the independent learning approach, learners explore knowledge and information independently and gain knowledge from learning experiences. The availability of course themes (course designs) that suit learners in the MOOC program greatly determines the success of increasing the quality of learning, especially regarding Islamic Religious Education (PAI) learning. Until now there has been no Islamic Religious College that has developed the MOOC on PAI which can be used collectively. The final result of this article is a research on the opportunities for developing adaptive MOOCs in Islamic higher education institutions, especially the PAI study program which is harmonized with the application of learning. Through the adaptive MOOC, it is hoped that the strengthening of PAI learning outcomes from the start in the form of materials can become characters and values through monitoring and assessment props using MOOC technology.

 

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Artikel ini membahas pembelajaran Pendidikan Agama Islam (PAI) di era digital, peluang dan tantangan memanfaatkan media Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) adaptif diselaraskan dengan kurikulum merdeka belajar. Metode penelitian menggunakan pendekatan deskriptif kualitatif. Melalui pendekatan merdeka belajar, pembelajar mengeksplorasi pengetahuan dan informasi secara mandiri dan memperoleh pengetahuan dari pengalaman belajar. Ketersediaan tema kursus (course design) yang sesuai dengan pembelajar dalam MOOC sangat menentukan keberhasilan peningkatan kualitas pembelajaran khususnya tentang Pendidikan Agama Islam (PAI). Penggunaan media pembelajaran MOOC tentang PAI yang digunakan secara bersama kolaboratif antar perguruan tinggi akan memberikan dampak signifikan dalam memajukan pendidikan Islam di Indonesia. Hasil akhir dari artikel ini adalah sebuah pemikiran memanfaatkan peluang media pembelajaran MOOC yang disusun adaptif di Perguruan Tinggi Agama Islam diselaraskan dengan kurikulum merdeka belajar. Melalui konstruksi MOOC adaptif sesuai karakteristik Perguruan Tinggi Agama Islam mampu memberikan solusi dalam penguatan capaian pembelajaran khususnya ranah sikap dan tata nilai.


Keywords


MOOC; Pendidikan Agama Islam; merdeka belajar

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