PERAN PENDIDIKAN DASAR ISLAM DI SURAKARTA DALAM MEMBANGUN PERADABAN UMAT: PERSPEKTIF MASYARAKAT MADANI

M. Abdul Fattah Santoso(1*),

(1) Fakultas Agama Islam Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta Jl. A. Yani Pabelan, Kartasura, Surakarta 57162
(*) Corresponding Author
DOI: https://doi.org/10.23917/profetika.v15i1.1967

Abstract

In the last decade, grew many Islamic integrated elementary schools in
Surakarta, supported by civil society organizations. Through an ethnographic research,
it is found that transformations have been applied in five sample schools in their system,
institution and values. The transformation in their system and institution begins with
vision and mission being oriented toward producing excellence of alumni and benefit of
Islamic preaching those influence integrated curriculum development, interesting model
of learning, comprehensive evaluation, and professional management. Moreover, the
transformation in their values appears in promoting Islamic identity through their
icons: “internalization of Islam”, “spiritualization of education”, “Islamization of
science”, “shariah curriculum”, and “salafi method”.
Key words: transformation; vision and mission; integrated curriculum; Islamic identity icon.

Dalam dekade terakhir, tumbuh banyak sekolah dasar Islam terpadu di
Surakarta, yang didukung oleh organisasi masyarakat sipil. Melalui penelitian etnografi,
ditemukan bahwa telah terjadi transformasi institusi dan nilai-nilai dalam lima sekolah
yang dijadikan sampel. Transformasi dalam sistem dan institusi dimulai dengan visi
dan misi yang berorientasi untuk menghasilkan alumni unggul dan sekaligus
mengembangkan dakwah Islam yang terintegrasi pengembangan kurikulum, model
pembelajaran yang menarik, evaluasi yang komprehensif, dan manajemen profesional.
Selain itu, transformasi nilai mereka muncul dalam mempromosikan identitas Islam
melalui ikon mereka: “internalisasi Islam”, “spiritualisasi pendidikan”, “Islamisasi
ilmu”, “kurikulum syariah”, dan “metode salafi”.
Kata kunci: transformasi; visi dan misi; kurikulum terpadu; identitas Islam

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