The New Paradigm of Prophetic Education in the Disruption Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0

Agus Zaenul Fitri, 198108012009121004 (2020) The New Paradigm of Prophetic Education in the Disruption Era of Industrial Revolution 4.0. IAE, European Union Digital Library.

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The role of educators has shifted from initial function as a main source of learning to function as a facilitator. The sophistication of technology and the automation of work by relying on robots and big data is perceived to be able to answer all issues and to understand the soul of a human being needed by people who have strong psychological intelligence and character. Transformation in education is inevitable. At this stage, the new education model is proven to be better than the old education model in the context of knowledge transfer to students. In the era of disruption, students simply enter the self-corner (Eco) to serve administrative aspects independently, then request validation from staff and leaders. This will reduce the bureaucracy which has been a barrier in almost all institutions, including educational institutions. Then the educational revolution through shifting paradigms needs to be done through (1) strengthening prophetic values, (2) changing educator mindset and strengthening character values, (3) humanizing technology in learning, (4) inclusion of information technology in study rooms, and (5) self-services and assignments paperless tasks. The results of this study indicate that uncertainty, complexity, and anxiety are the main characteristics of the era of disruption and the era of the industrial revolution. This study perceived the disruption era not as a threat, but as an opportunity for the world of Education to innovate and develop.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: Pendidikan Islam
Divisions: Karya Dosen
Depositing User: Dr - Agus Zaenul Fitri
Date Deposited: 08 Apr 2020 10:19
Last Modified: 08 Apr 2020 10:19

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