THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING CONTENT OF ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (IRE) COURSES ON ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Agus Fakhruddin; Ace Suryadi; Kama Abdul Hakam; Encep Syarief Nurdin
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Nowadays, environmental conservation is one of global issues. All of societies elements, include universities, have responsibilities to participate. Islamic Religious Education (IRE) as one of students character building courses in higher education in Indonesia has responsibilities to educate about environmental conservation as one of subjects on IRE learning. This paper try to develop environmental conservation as learning content on IRE in Higher Education based on Islamic values. This research uses qualitative approach with literature study method. Data collecting and analyze based on Islamic source doctrine as Alquran and Hadis. Finding reveals that learning content of IRE on environmental conservation include: the existence of humans as nature conservator; the knowledge about sustainability of nature as a life system; the development of responsibilities, respects, and caring attitude to nature; and the wisdom in nature resources exploitation.
Topic: Gender and Geography, Indigenous Knowledges, Religious and Peoples Rights