The Implementation of the 21st Century Pedagogical Elements in Jawi Teaching: A Review Study

  •  Naquiah Nahar    
  •  Jimaain Safar    
  •  Aminudin Hehsan    
  •  Juhazren Junaidi    


The skills to implement the 21st century pedagogy in teaching become a necessity for Islamic Studies teachers to produce effective Jawi teaching. This study aims to analyse the pedagogical elements of the 21st century in terms of pedagogical skills, knowledge acquisition, student-based learning, cooperative and collaborative learning as well as student-centered learning which have been implemented by the Islamic Studies teachers in Jawi teaching. This study is a quantitative study which used survey design. A five-point Likert scale questionnaire has been used to collect the data and was distributed to 217 Islamic Studies teachers who were selected as the sample of this study. A pilot study was conducted to show the reliability of 0.877 for the whole constructs. This study obtained the highest mean value for the following constructs; pedagogical skills (mean=4.063), knowledge acquisition (mean=3.900), student-based learning (mean=4.174), cooperative and collaborative learning (mean=4.038) and student-centered learning (mean=4.115). The overall mean value for all constructs was 4.875 and this concluded that the level of pedagogical elements of the 21st century by the Islamic Studies teachers in Jawi teaching was high and these elements have been implemented well in Jawi lessons. However, due to the rapid transformation of education in this globalization era, Islamic Studies teachers have to be more progressive in practicing the 21st century pedagogical skills in their teaching to become competent and dynamic educators in the 21st century.

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