PENGETAHUAN PEDAGOGI GURU KKQ DALAM PENGAJARAN TAJWID AL-QURAN DI LEMBAH KLANG

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Jahidih Saili Nurul Hamimi binti Awang Japilan Azmil Hashim

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This research identified the level of pedagogy knowledge for Quran Tajweed learning among the KKQ teachers in Klang Valley. This quantitative research employed a survey design and the survey data were obtained by using the questionnaire instrument. A total of 43 KKQ teachers were involved in this research. The validity of the data was determined by establishing reference from a panel of experts. The quantitative data were analysed descriptively and were inferred to obtain frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, and ANOVA results. As a result, it was found that the reliability of the instrument that was assessed via alpha Cronbach had been high, which was >80. Overall, the KKQ teachers had high level of pedagogy knowledge. The analysis of t-test across gender, university background, chained diplomas, and locations of schools portrayed that a significant difference only existed in the gender aspect, whereby it was revealed that the male teachers possessed higher level of pedagogy content knowledge than the female teachers. Meanwhile, the analysis of ANOVA in teaching experiences depicted that was insignificant difference for teachers’ level. Thus, the pedagogy knowledge level of Quran Tajweed teaching among the KKQ teachers needs to be enhanced from time to time. The difference identified between the KKQ teachers based on gender aspect should be illustrated as an important consideration by the authorities in handling any issue or plan pertaining to Quran Tajweed lessons.

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SAILI, Jahidih; BINTI AWANG JAPILAN, Nurul Hamimi; HASHIM, Azmil. PENGETAHUAN PEDAGOGI GURU KKQ DALAM PENGAJARAN TAJWID AL-QURAN DI LEMBAH KLANG. O-JIE: Online Journal of Islamic Education, [S.l.], v. 7, n. 1, p. 36-45, sep. 2019. ISSN 2289-3016. Available at: <https://ojie.um.edu.my/article/view/19976>. Date accessed: 17 nov. 2019.
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