• Abstract

    The purpose of this study is to investigate and analyze how the development of the concept of Islamic education to build and improve the personality of school-age children in the 5.0 era. This research method uses a type of qualitative research with a type of literature research. Researchers examine the concept of Islamic Education for children and the study of era 5.0 perspectives of Islamic education from various literature. The results of the study found that every human being has a different personality from one another, these differences make humans unique creatures, and uniqueness is due to factors that affect their personality, including innate factors (inside), environmental factors (outside), and mental maturity factors. Islam views that everyone has mental and physical potential that can elevate his dignity as a leader on earth. Man has the potential of a soul consisting of heart, lust, reason and spirit. From here, parents become the main and first role in the family to develop, build, and increase good personal potential. The role of education as a medium for realizing a good personality so that children can be directed to become good and superior individuals.

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