Peran Orang Tua dalam Pembentukan Karakter Remaja melalui Program Bina Keluarga Islami

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Satria Umami1, Aini Husnida Wulandari2

1 Universitas Teknologi Mataram, 2 Universitas Teknologi Mataram


Based on the findings in the field in Sumbek Hamlet in Wajageseng Village, Kopang District, there are problems, that the role of the family as the first educational institution has not been fully obtained by adolescents, The influence of inappropriate parenting patterns forms bad character in adolescents, Teenagers' social patterns that have no control from parent. Therefore, the aim of the Islamic Family Development Program is to prepare parents to develop adolescent character. The specific objectives are: 1) increasing understanding of the importance of the role of the family in the formation and development of adolescent character, 2) Establishing an Islamic Family Development Program. On the first day, activities were carried out in the form of lectures, discussions and brainstorming and presentation methods. The lecture method is used to provide increased understanding of character development in today's youth, to increase a sense of responsibility in developing more characterful youth, as well as to increase the synergy and cooperation between fathers and mothers of children for the success of appropriate roles in developing children's character. The brainstorming by participants was to see how the problems of parents while developing character in their children can be given so that the best solutions can be given in solving the problems they face. On the second day, participants made an Islamic Family Development program that was adapted to the conditions and situations of adolescents and the resources at the research site.

Role of Parents, Character, Youth Family Development Program

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Umami, S., & Wulandari, A. H. (2021). Peran Orang Tua dalam Pembentukan Karakter Remaja melalui Program Bina Keluarga Islami. ALKHIDMAD, 5(2), 99-110.

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