Improving The Quality of Prophetic Intelligence-Based Moral Education Programs with the CIPP Model
- Nuril Huda , Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, Antasari State Islamic University, Indonesia
- Difi Dahliana , Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, Antasari State Islamic University, Indonesia
- Akhmad Fauzi Aseri , Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business, Antasari State Islamic University, Indonesia
Purpose Moral education holds immense significance in shaping the younger generation particularly when the moral decline among youth necessitates a concerted effort to enhance the quality of moral education through attempting to implement evaluation methods such as the CIPP (Context, Input, Process, Product), which currently remain underutilized in assessing moral education programs. This study endeavors to evaluate and enhance CIPP model within Islamic universities. Methodology The study employed a mixed methods approach to collect data through questionnaires, interviews, and document analysis, with evaluation indicators constructed based on the comprehensive CIPP model. Quantitative analysis employed descriptive and inferential statistics (t-tests), while qualitative data underwent scrutiny using Miles and Huberman analysis models.
Findings The evaluation of context and input showcased promising alignment, with program objectives mirroring UIN Antasari's vision and national education goals, supported by ample resources for effective implementation. However, process and product evaluations revealed specific shortcomings, notably in managing program timing and the imperative to bolster stimulation of adversity intelligence and spiritual intelligence. Implications This research provides a comprehensive overview of significant implications for both academic research and practical application. It contributes to expanding intellectual discourse and offers actionable policy recommendations aimed at fortifying the quality of moral education programs within Islamic universities. Its findings serve as a clarion call to mitigate the peril of moral decadence and emphasize the urgent need for strategic improvements in the implementation of such programs. Its outcomes also underscore the importance of addressing deficiencies in program execution while advocating for continued evaluative processes to refine moral education initiatives.