Summary of Video PDD UKPTP Bidang Pengajaran M2022

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The video is about a course on Islamic religious education that aims to provide students with an understanding of Islamic law, its various aspects, and the relationship between health and Islam. The course covers issues related to various professions and fields of study and aims to develop students' critical and innovative thinking skills. The grading system is based on evaluations of various assignments, assessments, and discussions. The scope of the course includes public health in Islam, which focuses on preventive and promotive services, community welfare, and mortality, and morbidity rates. The speaker emphasizes the importance of halal and tayyib food, exercise, and physical education as human rights, and conducts a Q&A session on various health-related topics.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, a lecturer introduces a course on Islamic religious education that aims to provide students with an understanding of Islamic law and its various aspects, such as beliefs, morals, and social life. Along with this, students will learn about the essence of humans in the context of Islam and their obligations toward Allah and his creations. The course also covers issues related to various professions and fields of study, approached from an Islamic perspective, and aims to develop students' critical and innovative thinking skills while integrating humanistic values into their knowledge. The learning outcomes include mastering Islamic teachings, developing an integrated understanding of health and Islam, understanding and addressing nutrition problems from an Islamic approach, and becoming an intellectual with faith and piety. The lecturer also highlights the different learning systems and methods, such as synchronous and asynchronous teaching, and outlines the assessment techniques, which include tests and non-tests, such as discussions, presentations, and reports.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker provides an overview of the grading system for the course, which includes evaluations on various assignments and assessments. The course includes two main references, one written by the speaker, and another by a UNSOED professor, both of which relate to Islamic education. After discussing the grading system, the speaker introduces a lesson about health in Islam, and how the religion encompasses all aspects of a person's life, including health. The speaker emphasizes that Islam and health are related, and that the goal of the course is to help students integrate the concepts of health, both from a medical and Islamic perspective. The lesson covers basic concepts of health, and includes several references to religious texts.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, it is shown that health or Kesehatan in Islam encompasses physical, mental, spiritual, and social aspects, and its productivity is related to social and economic well-being. It is not just limited to physical health but also mental and spiritual health, which is reflected in one's religious practices, beliefs, and good deeds that adhere to common norms. Afiat, meaning Allah's protection from calamities and deception, is linked to Health in Islam as a state of complete well-being, as well as the usefulness and benefits derived from being healthy. The Muslim Council of Scholars (MUI) defines health in Islam as a physical, mental, and social resilience bestowed by Allah as a gift to humans, which should be appreciated, practiced, and preserved. Thus, maintaining and enhancing health and being grateful for it becomes essential in Islam.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the scope of the first area of study, which is public health in Islam. Public health focuses on the health of society, including preventive and promotive services, community welfare, and mortality and morbidity rates. Islam places great importance on environmental health and cleanliness, as seen through various Islamic teachings such as not urinating in stagnant water and refraining from spitting carelessly. Additionally, the speaker highlights the concept of healthcare in Islam, which includes living a healthy lifestyle, personal hygiene, and maintaining one's health as a part of faith. The speaker also highlights Rufaidah Al-Aslamiyah as the first Muslim nurse who practiced treatment in line with modern nursing principles. Finally, the speaker mentions the importance of consuming halal and tayyib food in Islam for maintaining a healthy diet.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the concept of halal and toyib food in Islam, emphasizing that food should not only be considered halal but also toyib or good for the body and health. The speaker explains that Muslim should implement the eating habits of the Prophet by dividing the stomach into three parts for food, drink, and breath. The speaker also mentions several types of Islamic medicine, including the use of honey, habbatussauda, bekam, and ruqyah. Finally, the speaker emphasizes the importance of exercise in Islam, as a lack of physical activity can lead to stress and illness, especially in older age.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speaker emphasizes the importance of physical education as a human right, stating that neglecting physical activity will have negative consequences on one's health. During the Q&A session, a participant asks about the relationship between fasting and digestive health, to which the speaker explains that fasting plays a positive role in detoxifying the body and improving health. Another participant inquires about the eating habits of the Prophet Muhammad, and the speaker describes the three-part division of the stomach and the importance of eating only when hungry and stopping before becoming full. The session concludes with a group recitation of Hamdalah, and the speaker encourages the attendees to continue their learning through exercises and feedback provided via the LMS LDU platform.

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