This collection contains selected papers from the International Conference Transdisciplinary Paradigm on Islamic Knowledge (ICONIK 2020) held in Kendari, Indonesia on the 7th and 8th of September 2020. This event was hosted by the IAIN Kendari in cooperation with Southeast Asia Academic Mobility (SSEAM).
The theme of this conference was “transdisciplinary research” through an integration of previously divided disciplines such as natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, science and technology, and Islamic studies. It was held to bring together academics, practitioners, and independent researchers from the fields of humanities and social sciences to share and exchange knowledge, practices, and ideas on building a transdisciplinary paradigm based on Islamic knowledge.
This KnE Social Sciences collection contains 60 peer-reviewed papers. The research covers a range of topics including EFL and associated challenges, project-based learning and information-gap activities for improving student communication, assessment techniques and use of digital platforms for learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some papers also examine the effect of parenting styles and teaching methods on students’ mental health.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students and professionals researching or working in the fields of Islamic education, Islamic economy, Islamic culture, Islamic law, and education in general.
Conference date: 7–8 September 2020
Location: Kendari, Indonesia
Organizer: IAIN Kendari and Southeast Asia Academic Mobility (SSEAM)
Editor: Mochammad Tanzil Multazam
Published: 8 April 2022