Edi Ramawijaya Putra


This article presents several fundamental perspectives which are derivatively generated from
buddhism point of view. The peripheral basis of buddhist teaching, ethics, and spiritual goals have long
been acquainted with the practices of modern education worldwide. The absorbances may represented
by the accommodation of practical ethics, values and insights for both management, practical,
pedagogocal and educational policies. However, there are many misundersanding and misconception
toward the application of buddhist pedagogy in school-system environment, educators‟ behaviors as
well as the outcomes in the curriculum. Therefore, revitalization and re-orientation should be made
towards the on-going practices of today‟s buddhist education and whole stakeholders within. As a
framework, buddhist fundamental pedagogy must be able to transform human being and helping them
to develop potentials. For long term purpose, buddhist education must also educate spiritual
engagement with life, contextual surrounding and social phenomenon for better humanity and
spirituality. Finally, as a result, buddhist education should have assigned its goal for positive
outcomes and regards to the current situation of today‟s livelihood.


buddhist education, pedagogy, fundamental

Full Text:

29-44 PDF


Hicks, D. W. 2006. Lesson for the future, the missing dimension in education. Victoria, Kanada:

Trafford Publishing.

Jarow, E.II Rick. 2002. “The Peripatetic Class: Buddhist Traditions and Myths od

Pedagogy.” Religion & Education, Volume 29, Nomor 1 9, h. 23-30.

Karimi, K., Bryson, M. D., Karimi, K. 2006. Buddhist Perspectives on Artificial


Kumarseri, Dr G.K Ananda. Three Domains of Learning in Buddhist Education.


Prasad, Devi. 1994. Used Content Analysis to Examine The Characteristics Of Dowry-

Related News.

Raihani. 2007. “Education Reforms In Indonesia in The Twenty-first Century.”

International Education Journal, h. 172-183.

Suprayogo, Imam & Tobroni. 2003. Metodologi Penelitian Sosial-Agama. Bandung:


Susila, Siddharta. 2012. Tragedi Pendidikan. KOMPAS Senin 10 September 2012 Kolom

Opini. Jakarta.

Tylor, Kevin. 2009. “Did The Buddha Have a Method? Exploring Pedagogical Aspects

of The Buddha‟s Teaching.” Unpublished Thesis Department of Philosophy in the

Graduate School Southern Illinois University Carbondale, h. 13-61.

Wei, Jue. 2002. “Teaching Method of an Enlightened Buddha and Educational System

of Humanistic Buddhism.” Hsi Lai Journal Humanistic Buddhism.

Wisadavet, Wet. 2003. “The Buddhist Philosophy of Education Approaches and

Problems.” The Journal of Chulalongkorn on Buddhist Studies, Volume 2, Nomor 2, h. 60-

Suhartono, S. 2007 . Filsafat Pendidikan .Jogjakarta: Ar-Ruzz Media.

Sumber on-line:




  • There are currently no refbacks.

View My Stats

Sati Sampajanna journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.