Problematika Pembelajaran Pai Di Era Digital


  • Ahmad Husni Aziz Universitas Ma’arif Lampung (UMALA), Indonesia
  • Fahrurrazi Fahrurrazi Universitas Ma’arif Lampung (UMALA), Indonesia
  • Akimmusolah Akimmusolah Universitas Ma’arif Lampung (UMALA), Indonesia
  • Alfiana Nur Rahmah Universitas Ma’arif Lampung (UMALA), Indonesia
  • Jaenullah Jaenullah Universitas Ma’arif Lampung (UMALA), Indonesia


digital era, Islamic religious education, problems


Education is a determinant of where a person will live his life. With education, it is hoped that a person will be able to become a human being who can create innovations and improvements. In education, problems cannot be separated from the factors found in students, teachers, infrastructure, and the environment around PAI learning institutions. This study aims to describe how Islamic religious education is taught in general, what problems are encountered in Islamic religious education learning, what factors lead to problems in Islamic religious education lessons, and what steps are appropriate to overcome these problems. in learning Islamic religious education in the digital era/era of the industrial revolution 4.0. This era has directly or indirectly ushered in many changes in various lines of life in Islamic religious education. Especially about learning Islamic religious education in class, one example is the emergence of lectures/online learning/e-learning in the world of education. This era gave rise to the phenomenon of disruption which required the world of Islamic religious education to also adapt. Islamic religious education is now faced with new challenges, problems, demands, and needs that have never existed before. So, it is necessary to update and innovate the system, governance, curriculum, human resource competencies, facilities and infrastructure, culture, work ethic, and others.




How to Cite

Aziz, A. H. ., Fahrurrazi, F., Akimmusolah, A., Rahmah, A. N. ., & Jaenullah, J. (2023). Problematika Pembelajaran Pai Di Era Digital. PPSDP Undergraduate Journal of Educational Sciences, 1(1), 36–43. Retrieved from