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Religious Culture Implementation Model for Elementary School Students in the City of Palu Indonesia


This study investigates the model of religious culture implementation in an integrated Islamic elementary school in Indonesia. This study used a qualitative method in which data were collected through direct observation in the case field in-depth interviews with the school principal, teachers, and students. Written materials were also analyzed to understand the model used in religious culture implementation in the school. The results show that religious culture implemented in integrated Islamic elementary schools impacts the development of better character and attitudes of the students. The students also have mature emotional intelligence so that they have an attitude of tolerance and mutual respect for their peers despite different religions and ethnicities. The results of the study also concluded that the models of religious culture implementation at Islamic elementary schools include structural, mechanical, and organic models.

Citation: Adawiyah Pettalongi, Rusdin Rusdin, Muh. Nur Afwan, Suci Uswatun Hasanah (2022) Religious Culture Implementation Model for Elementary School Students in the City of Palu Indonesia, British Journal of Education, Vol.10, Issue 5, pp. 22-39

Keywords: Palu Indonesia, elementary school students, implementation model, religious culture

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