The Teaching of Halal Food in Schools Curriculum in Indonesia

Dinn Wahyudin, Yulia Rahmawati, Andi Suwirta

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ABSTRACT: Indonesia, as a populous Muslim country, has decided Islamic Religion Education as a compulsory subject to be taught in curriculum in all level of education from primary school, secondary school, until higher education institutions. “Halal” (permitted) food is one topic to discuss in Islamic Religion Education of school curriculum. The holy book of Al-Qur’an reminds all Muslim on these words “halalan thayyiban”. The word of “thayyib” means good, it refers to good quality and healthy values. “Halalan thayyiban” means permitted according to Islam law and also a good quality and healthy. This paper, using the mixed-methods research as qualitative and quantitative approaches, discusses “halal” food in school curriculum in Indonesia. In school setting, “halal” foods are introduced and taught in schools’ curriculum development. They are discussed and learnt on serial topics in school curriculum. The result of study, among others, are most of students agree that they habitually eat and drink healthy and nutritious food. They feel strongly disagree, even occasionally, to eat expensive meal, even though it is “haram” (prohibited) and not good for health of our body. At the same things, most of them refuse that eating “haram” food actually can make our bodies become healthy and strong. In terms of “halal” label on market products, sampled students have paid little attention on “halal” label before deciding to buy a product.

KEY WORD: Halal and Haram Foods; Curriculum Development; Islamic Religion Education Subject; Muslim Students. 

INTISARI: “Pengajaran Makanan Halal dalam Kurikulum Sekolah di Indonesia”. Indonesia, sebagai negara berpenduduk Muslim, telah memutuskan Pendidikan Agama Islam sebagai mata pelajaran wajib untuk diajarkan dalam kurikulum di semua tingkat pendidikan dari sekolah dasar, sekolah menengah, hingga lembaga pendidikan tinggi. Makanan "halal" (diizinkan) adalah salah satu topik untuk dibahas dalam kurikulum Pendidikan Agama Islam. Kitab suci Al-Qur'an mengingatkan semua Muslim pada kata-kata ini "halalan thayyiban". Kata "thayyib" berarti baik, mengacu pada kualitas yang baik dan nilai-nilai yang sehat. "Halalan thayyiban" berarti diizinkan menurut hukum Islam dan juga berkualitas baik dan sehat. Makalah ini, menggunakan penelitian metode campuran sebagai pendekatan kualitatif dan kuantitatif, membahas makanan "halal" dalam kurikulum sekolah di Indonesia. Di lingkungan sekolah, makanan "halal" diperkenalkan dan diajarkan dalam pengembangan kurikulum sekolah. Ianya juga dibahas dan dipelajari pada topik serial dalam kurikulum sekolah. Hasil penelitian, antara lain, sebagian besar siswa sepakat bahwa mereka terbiasa makan dan minum makanan sehat dan bergizi. Mereka merasa sangat tidak setuju, bahkan kadang-kadang, makan makanan mahal, meskipun itu "haram" (dilarang) dan tidak baik untuk kesehatan tubuh kita. Pada hal yang sama, kebanyakan dari mereka menolak bahwa makan makanan "haram" sebenarnya dapat membuat tubuh kita menjadi sehat dan kuat. Dalam hal label "halal" pada produk-produk pasar, sampel siswa kurang memperhatikan label "halal" sebelum memutuskan untuk membeli suatu produk.

KATA KUNCI: Makanan Halal dan Haram; Pengembangan Kurikulum; Subjek Pendidikan Agama Islam; Pelajar Muslim.

     

About the Authors: Prof. Dr. Dinn Wahyudin is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Educational Science UPI (Indonesia University of Education) in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia; Dr. Yulia Rahmawati is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Technological and Vocational Education UPI; and Andi Suwirta, M.Hum. is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Social Studies Education UPI. For academic interests, the authors are able to be contacted via e-mails address at: dinn_wahyudin@upi.edu, yuliarahmawati@upi.edu, and suciandi@upi.edu

Suggested Citation: Wahyudin, Dinn, Yulia Rahmawati & Andi Suwirta. (2018). “The Teaching of Halal Food in Schools Curriculum in Indonesia” in SIPATAHOENAN: South-East Asian Journal for Youth, Sports & Health Education, Volume 4(2), October, pp.79-94. Bandung, Indonesia: Minda Masagi Press owned by ASPENSI with a print-ISSN 2407-7348.

Article Timeline: Accepted (June 22, 2018); Revised (August 31, 2018); and Published (October 30, 2018).


Keywords


Halal and Haram Foods; Curriculum Development; Islamic Religion Education Subject; Muslim Students

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