Self Control Counseling for Students during Covid-19 through Al-Islam and Kemuhammadiyahan Curriculum

Ahmad Lahmi, Mahyudin Ritonga, Raviusman Raviusman, Yusida Imran


The Covid-19 outbreak has not only changed the economic, social, and educational systems but has also affected the psychology of students. This study aimed to explore the form of self-control counseling for students through Al-Islam and Kemuhammadiyahan during Covid-19. This study is important considering AIK as a compulsory curriculum in Muhammadiyah schools and colleges to form students cognitively and form an emotionally and spiritually mature generation. This study was designed with a qualitative approach with data sources namely AIK teachers and students through purposive sampling. Based on the results, first, AIK material has the power to provide counseling to students in situations faced with life problems. Second, self-control counseling through AIK provides strength and emotional maturity for students to accept God's provisions. Third, the forms of self-control counseling provided to students during the Covid-19 period are in the form of personal counseling, worship counseling, study counseling, and organizational counseling.

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