Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 8   Area: Education

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Karima SALMI‎ & Asma‎ HAMADOU

EDUCATION ACCORDING TO THE METHOD OF ‎PROPHECY IN FACING THE NEGATIVE ‎ASPECTS OF OPENNESS TO THE WORLD ‎

The curriculum is the most effective way to organize the ‎ways of‏ ‏education and its features, and the curricula have ‎varied and their characteristics as one of the educational ‎tools, according to the philosophy and beliefs of each ‎people. This does not detract from its importance, but rather ‎increases the merit and value of education in general and ‎the education of young people in particular, given what it ‎faces in light of the modernity and sweeping western ‎renaissance the world is experiencing, and a technological ‎boom that has forced us to adopt it with its negatives and ‎positives, and given that young people are the most ‎obedient group to this technology, we must settle their ‎behaviors, and preserving their minds through sound ‎education, hence the importance of the curriculum and its ‎good selection and preparation. But which curriculum is best ‎suited to attaining the highest levels of education, the ‎refinement of the creed, and the creation of a normal human ‎being, especially with the dependence on everything that ‎has happened to our societies, which is neither our thought ‎nor our culture, and we are ignorant of the greatest divine ‎curriculum, which is the curriculum of our Noble Prophet, so ‎are its features manifested in our educational‏ ‏curricula. ‎Arabic in general and Algerian in particular‏?‏ Our research paper aims to monitor the greatness, balance ‎and integration of the Prophet´s curriculum, and how he did ‎not leave any stray or incoming from the foundations of ‎education except that he presented living examples of it and ‎praised it, and we also seek to be active in defining it and ‎clarifying its advantages so that we may contribute to the ‎preservation of our children‎‎.

Keywords: Education, Young People, Curricula, Prophetic Curriculum, ‎Openness.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.8-3.16


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