Peran Orang Tua Tunggal Dalam Penanaman Nilai-Nilai Pendidikan Islam di Desa Sambirejo Kecamatan Selupu Rejang

Fitri Yolanda, Hendra Harmi


This study aims to describe the role of single parents in inculcating Islamic religious education in Sambirejo Village, Selupu Rejang District. The research method used is descriptive research using qualitative data. The data were obtained through interviews with 11 single parents who have sole responsibility for educating their children in terms of the Islamic religion. The results showed that single parents in Sumber Urip Village, Sindang Kelingi District, played an important role in instilling Islamic religious education in their children. They are responsible for teaching about Islamic teachings, such as teaching about Allah, the Messenger of Allah, and Islamic laws. In addition, they also provide exemplary examples in carrying out Islamic worship and values in everyday life. In inculcating the values of Islamic religious education they face challenges including limited time and energy, lack of adequate religious knowledge, and limited financial resources. Strategies used by single parents, such as establishing a regular schedule for religious activities, using digital media, and inviting children to participate in religious activities, can help in inculcating the values of Islamic religious education. A holistic and collaborative approach plays an important role in ensuring effective religious education.


Single Parent, Islamic Educational Values

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