SELF-REGULATED LEARNING OF ISLAM TO HELP SHAPE THE HABIT OF MEMORIZING AL-QUR'AN

Authors

  • Mariah Kibtiyah , Fitriah M. Suud , Siswanto Masruri , Khoiruddin Bashori

Abstract

The study aimed to determine the positive relationship of self-regulated learning in Islam to the habit
of memorizing the Al-Qur'an. The method used was qualitative with a review of articles and theories
related to self-regulation learning and learning habits. Theory studies were studied in-depth about selfregulation learning and habit theory in education. Based on this, study habits consist of 4 principles.
They are regularity, discipline, concentration, and study orientation. So the results of the study show
that there is a very positive relationship between self-regulated learning in Islam with the habit of
memorizing the Al-Qur'an.

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Published

2020-12-04

How to Cite

Mariah Kibtiyah , Fitriah M. Suud , Siswanto Masruri , Khoiruddin Bashori. (2020). SELF-REGULATED LEARNING OF ISLAM TO HELP SHAPE THE HABIT OF MEMORIZING AL-QUR’AN. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9144 - 9143. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2381