Educating Children at Industrial Revolution: An Islamic Reflection


  • Fitra Awalia Rahmawati University of Darussalam Gontor
  • Muhammad Abdurrozaq Purnama Zain University of Darussalam Gontor
  • Muhammad Fikri Salam University of Darussalam Gontor
  • Muhammad Yudistira Iqbal Umar University of Darussalam Gontor


Keywords: Islamic Education, Children, Industrial Revolution, Disruptive


Abstract. Education is something that must be obtained by everyone, because actually education will be beneficial throughout life. Humans as creatures of God are given reason, but they forget that not only with human reason can be smart without being accompanied by effort. Education is a human activity that intends to fully develop individuals. Islam is a religion that places great importance on human education. This is evident to many in the Qur'an and hadith which are the main sources of Muslims. Which of these two sources is a guide in educating children for parents to make their children a pious child. However, many parents forget the potential of a child so that, they are wrong in educating their children, and it makes it difficult for children to grasp the knowledge taught by their parents. 


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Rahmawati, F. A., Zain, . M. A. P., Salam, M. F., & Umar, . M. Y. I. (2021). Educating Children at Industrial Revolution: An Islamic Reflection. Proceeding International Conference on Science and Engineering, 4, 349–351. Retrieved from