• Abdul Mujib Insititut Agama Islam Negeri Metro


The concept of formal, informal and non-formal education in the perspective of Islamic education is basically not only intended to equip students to have knowledge and skills, but also to have emotional, social and spiritual intelligence. This is what will shape them into human beings with human character. Related to this, in the philosophy of Islamic education known as tarbiyah, ta'lim and ta'dib. The term ta'dib is actually more appropriate to use because this term does not only contain the concept of transfer of knowledge but also transfer of value to students.


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How to Cite
MUJIB, Abdul. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONCEPT OF TA'DIB IN ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Riayah : Jurnal Sosial dan Keagamaan, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 01, p. 117-126, nov. 2022. ISSN 2548-6446. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 27 nov. 2022. doi:

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