اخلاقی ترقی کا تصور: قرآنی تعلیمات اور معاصر تعلیمی نظام کا تقابلی مطالعہ

The Concept of Moral Development: A Comparative Study of Qur'anic Teachings and Contemporary Educational Systems

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  • Reeda Mushtaq M.Phil Scholar, University of Sialkot, Sialkot.

Keywords:

Moral values, Educational system, Quranic education, Moral character

Abstract

In Islam, morality is considered a form of worship, and its significance in human life is universally acknowledged. People of every religion and creed, indeed every individual in the world, recognize the importance of good morals and character because acquiring moral virtues is a fundamental human need and necessity.Islam places a high value on fostering a healthy society and supports the resolution of ethical issues. This support is critical given that corruption and related problems are particularly pertinent in the context of Pakistan's educational system, which needs to align with Islamic ideology. However, with the accelerating pace of change in the world today, the ethical purpose of education has receded into the background, leading to a marked decline in moral values. It is crucial for educators to be made aware of moral values and their development to address moral degradation through guidance derived from the Quran. This article will discuss methods used in the Quran and its historical traditions to promote moral values. These include the use of parables instructional methods, questioning, dialogue and discussion, repetition, and practical demonstrations. The aim is to explore how these methods can be integrated into the teaching of moral values to educators.

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Published

13-06-2024

How to Cite

Reeda Mushtaq. (2024). اخلاقی ترقی کا تصور: قرآنی تعلیمات اور معاصر تعلیمی نظام کا تقابلی مطالعہ: The Concept of Moral Development: A Comparative Study of Qur’anic Teachings and Contemporary Educational Systems. INKISHAF, 4(12), 287–302. Retrieved from https://inkishaf.org/index.php/home/article/view/440

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