Universitas Islam Malang Conference, International Conference on Islam and Global Civilization

Font Size: 
Adi Heryadi

Last modified: 2021-07-09


Adi Heryadi1, Abd. Madjid2

Lecture at   Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani Yogyakarta and Student at  Doctoral Program, Islamic Educational Psychology UMY1, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta2

adiheryadi16@gmail.com, abdulmadjid@umy.ac.id




Anti-corruption education needs to be carried out early to form a generation with anti-corruption characteristics. One of the values or characters in anti-corruption education is honesty. Preliminary studies have been conducted to determine the effect of the storytelling method on honesty character education and its application with folk tales. However, only a few studies describe Islamic storytelling to instill an honesty character at the kindergarten level. Therefore, this research provides answers to the questions associated with the strategies used by Islamic education at the kindergarten level to teach honesty character education. This is a qualitative research with a case study approach. Data was collected through informants and documentation with techniques in the form of interviews and documentation. The results showed that in KB-TKIT Ukhuwah Islamiyah Kalasan, Sleman, Yogyakarta, a superior storytelling method of Girl Selling Milk, was used by Khaliffah Ummar Bin Khattab to teach students honesty value. A total of 87 TKIT (Integrated Islamic Kindergarten) students aged 4 to 6 were enthusiastic about this model and story. The impact of cultivating the honesty value through this method is felt directly by the parents of students.


Keywords: Anti-corruption education, honesty, early childhood, the psychology of corruption

Full Text: PDF