Inculcating Manners in Islam across Mathematics Curriculum for Students with Visual Impairments


  • Nor Jannah Hassan
  • Safani Bari
  • Norshidah Mohamad Salleh
  • Mohamad Iskandar Shah Sitam



Inculcating Manners, Mathematics Curriculum, Students with Visual Impairment


The emphasis of the faith which form the basis of good manners is less emphasized and this causes social ills among adolescents a serious concern. Inculcation of Islamic manners is only done in the subject of Islamic Education. Therefore, this study highlights the need for the implementation of Islamic manners across the Mathematics Curriculum as an alternative to form noble character among students, especially students with visual impairment. Mathematics plays an important role as a 21st-century skills which is basic for of economic development and generating developed countries based on technologies. Furthermore, mathematics achievement is treated as a measurement and goals of Malaysian Education Development Plan 2013-2025. Therefore, inculcation of Islamic manners ​​across the Mathematics Curriculum needs to be addressed to develop human capital. Not only for the development of nation character but citizen with excellent manners. Relatedly, this study will discuss the necessity of implementating Islamic manners ​​across the curriculum that includes manners towards the Creator, towards fellow human being and manners towards the environment during the teaching and learning of Mathematics for students with visual impairment. This study used qualitative approach with study design based on document reviews and analysis. Data were analyzed manually and presented in descriptive narrative. The findings explain the inculcation of Islamic manners ​​that shaped pupil personality of becoming responsible, trustworthy, honest and noble human being. Furthermore able to prevent them from oppression on themselves, their families, communities and countries. Therefore, the inculcation of Islamic manners ​​in the teaching and learning of mathematics, particularly among students with visual impairment can prepare young Malaysians who are not only knowledgeable and skilled, but also well-mannered  and can contribute to the nation building for the 21st century.




How to Cite

Nor Jannah Hassan, Safani Bari, Norshidah Mohamad Salleh, & Mohamad Iskandar Shah Sitam. (2021). Inculcating Manners in Islam across Mathematics Curriculum for Students with Visual Impairments. Bangladesh Journal of Integrated Thoughts, 14(22).



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