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JCR. 2020; 7(1): 21-28

Application of Project Based Learning (PjBL) inIslamic Religious Education Courses

Hapni Laila Siregar, Syihabuddin, Kama Abdul Hakam,Kokom Komalasari.

This study aims to develop a project-based learning model or Project Based Learning (PjBL) in Islamic Religious Education (PAI) courses to develop student character in the digital age. The project task developed in the PAI course in this study was to make Islamic videos that were interesting, meaningful and informative. The selection of Islamic video making as a project task of the PAI was motivated by the importance of utilizing advances in technology, information and communication (ICT) for Islamic creation, as well as the existence of a digital life trend in the 21st century which is marked by the increasingly massive use of the internet. This research is Research and Development (R&D) and uses an empirical approach that emphasizes data collection and analysis. This Islamic video project-based learning is deemed necessary to apply in PAI learning because it is in accordance with the intellectual, moral development and thinking sequence of students who have developed. With this model the role of PAI lecturers also varies from facilitator, motivator and tutor.

Key words: Project based learning, Islamic Religious Education, Islamic Video

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