The Innovation of Moderate Islamic Curriculum in Islamic and Western Education Debate

  • Marjuni Marjuni Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Maulana Malik Ibrahim
  • Adly Rosyad Fudhulul Ulwani Universitas Airlangga
  • Ahmadi Ahmadi Institut Agama Islam Negeri Ponorogo


This paper aims to find a moderate Islamic education curriculum (MIEC) framework; especially about: First, the conceptual framework and goals of moderate Islamic education in the frame of mainstreaming STEM to face Industry 4.0 and Society 5.0; Second, the noble values of the moderate Islamic education curriculum; Third, Scope and Map of MIEC as well as the proportion and Curriculum Strategy. Research with a qualitative approach-Library Study on trusted scientific sources in the form of books, research reports, scientific articles, education authority policies, and other relevant documents is applied. This study found that the first, science, intellectualism, economics, politics, and technology are the root problems of Islamic education today. MIEC must go beyond the right-left difference. There are solid educational development efforts in Islamic countries in the world to mainstream STEM; second, MIEC can include: the integration and internalization of knowledge; strengthening the Islamic spirit that carries a mission of compassion for the world; deradicalization of religion through strengthening local wisdom; building an anti-radicalism curriculum; assessment of intercultural learning; and Comprehensive Muslim Self - development Assistance Based on Pancasila Student Profiles; third, MIEC Scope and Map and MIEC implementation strategies encourage teacher and student awareness in supporting the quality of teaching resources, learning methodologies, and student knowledge levels.

How to Cite
MARJUNI, Marjuni; ULWANI, Adly Rosyad Fudhulul; AHMADI, Ahmadi. The Innovation of Moderate Islamic Curriculum in Islamic and Western Education Debate. Proceeding: International Conference on Islamic Studies (ICIS) IAIN Ponorogo, [S.l.], p. 117-140, nov. 2022. ISSN 2656-7229. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 04 mar. 2024. doi: