Publisher: UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang   (Total: 13 journals)   [Sort by number of followers]

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Alchemy : J. of Chemistry     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
De Jure: Jurnal Hukum dan Syar'iah     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
El-Harakah     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Jurisdictie Jurnal Hukum dan Syariah     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Jurnal NEUTRINO     Open Access  
LiNGUA : Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
MADARASAH Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Dasar     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
MATICS     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
SAINSTIS     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.102
Number of Followers: 2  

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ISSN (Print) 1693-1499
Published by UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang Homepage  [13 journals]

    • Authors: Baharuddin Baharuddin
      Abstract: The reality of the conflict in educational institutions is a necessity. Critical policy management institution established in the handling of the conflict affected the development of insight and thought construction personnel organization. Carefully in view of the conflict to the attention of the fundamental management of educational institutions. Simultaneous development of thought in the handling of the conflict must be continuously updated. The fundamental reason of that is the conflict evolved into a symbol of the rich meanings and diverse interpretations. Democracy, growth, and self-actualization is a factor inherent in the interpretation of the conflict in the world of education. Therefore, this paper offers a critical examination of conflict in the world of education as a part in building a solid educational institutions.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29
           AGAMA ISLAM

    • Authors: Nur Ali
      Abstract: The Minister of national education and The Minister of religious affair have decreed that the teacher must have a certain academic qualification and competencies, and teacher certification if he/she wants to become a professional teacher. Beside that, the academic competencies of teacher and its certification have to appropriate with the competencies standard of curriculum in the school. So, the institution of  educational manpower education  in the Islamic higher education (IHE) has to be able to realize the policies by conducting  the curriculum innovation  based on the policies of  education and the needs of stake holders and the religious  character of  IHE.   There are seven model of  innovation can be used  (i) incremental, (ii) radical, (iii) modular, (iv) architectural, (v) top-down model,  (vi) bottom-up model, and (vii)  model of N-3; niteni, niroake  and nambahake. The process of innovation include;  (i) recognizing a problem or need, (ii) research, (iii) development, (iv) commercialization, (v) deffusion and adoption, dan (vi) conceguences. The approaches of curriculum innovation are (i) produktive, (ii) humanistic, (iii) democration, (iv) clasic, (v) romantic, and (vi) modern. The strategies  in curriculum innovation are  the rational-Empirical Strategy, the normal-Reeducative Strategy, and the  Power-Coercive Strategy.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29

    • Authors: M. Mujab
      Abstract: Islamic Education at first period was showed its superiority. It was proved by the emergency of superior, dinamic and creative generation. The generation from companions of the prophet, tabi’in and tabi’it tabiin are a sturdy generation, have a high comitment for moral values of Islam. Whereas on the pre-modern, Islam was suffered a decrease. Its quite alarming setback. Its period of deteriorate. This periode was identified as time of the demise of the Islamic struggle. So, education was not incised achievement then previous generations.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29
           ANALISIS SWOT

    • Authors: Mujtahid Mujtahid
      Abstract: Teaching supervision is always required to improve the quality of teaching and learning processes in schools or madrasah. Actually, supervision activities is creating a vehicle for supervisors and teachers to exchange ideas, sharing knowledge and sharing experiences. This article critically examines the concept, characters and rational teaching supervision in SWOT analysis review. Supervision aims to teach teachers how to guidance which includes; purposes, materials, techniques, methods, approaches, environment and so on. Based on the SWOT analysis, supervision can create opportunities and power through the; development activities need to be encouraged more intensive and structured, reach the opportunities that exist from government policy programs, following the guidance activities in order to improve their skills. Schools can establish cooperation with related agencies for the development of professional skills of teachers, follow the teachings and training to increase insight and knowledge that are relevant to the task of teaching. Meanwhile, anticipation of the challenges and weaknesses, through; establish cooperation with other agencies to provide the opportunity for teachers to get further guidance, engage the teacher in the whole competence development (intellectual, emotional and spiritual) for human resources through the formal and nonformal, development of school facilities and infrastructure that are refer to the main and supporting principles of effectiveness, development of human resources recruitment system based on the competence and professionalism of the school (merit based system), the development of a reward system and punishment to create a healthy culture and the competition for teachers, and increasing self exemplary which is started from the teachers.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29

    • Authors: M. Lutfi Mustofa
      Abstract: Sociologically, Islamic boarding school (pesantren) is a variant of the sociological institution in Muslim society that have two meanings at once, namely the proximity of synonymous with Islamic significance and originality of Indonesia. Pesantren emerges and develops among the Indonesian sociological community experiences loaded with the values of the humanity. As an institution that is identical with the meaning of the Islamic boarding school, was the institution of religion (tafaqquh fiddin) that concern in the field of Islamic knowledge. That is why, the material taught by the pesantren in general is the Islamic sciences, laden with humanitarian values, especially the Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) and mysticism or Sufism. This second Islamic material was the center of teachings at pesantren, because he was related to the Mission of the prophetic teachings of Islam. For pesantren and the religious leaders (kiai), the teaching of Islamic jurisprudence and sufism or the morality are the instruments of anticipation of the need for change in world view, which allows its use in pesantren. The teaching of Islamic in pesantren focus more on anticipatory memorial, so that a number of the principle is that limber is expected to steer the social dynamics of the santri, especially in answering the problem of humanity in the midst of modernity.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29

    • Authors: Muhammad In’am Esha
      Abstract: This paper tries to do the reading on the challenge and at the same time try to give PTAIN offer strategic thinking respect to the steps to be done PTAIN to maintain its presence in the contemporary era. The exposure can be observed that the currently PTAIN are facing very tough challenges related to globalization. Some of the challenges face, is how to achieve Good PTAIN University Governance (GUG). As for some of important things to consider to make it happen include: management arrangements, change of paradigm, leadership, and networks collaboration.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29

    • Authors: Ruma Mubarok
      Abstract: The reality of Islamic Education today has experienced a period of intellectual deadlock. Among the indications; first, the lack of reform efforts, and if there is certainly less rapidly with changes in social, political and progress of science and technology. Second, the practice of Islamic education still maintains the old heritage and did not do much creative thinking, innovative and critical current issues. Third, the model of Islamic education learning too much emphasis on intellectualism-verbalistic approach and negate the importance of educational interaction and humanistic communication between the teacher and student. Fourth, Islamic education orientation focuses on the formation ‘abd or slave and disproportionate to the achievement of human character as a Muslim caliph on the earth. On the other hand, Islamic education is an important task, namely how to develop the quality of human resources (HR) for Muslim to take an active role and to survive in the era of globalization. The development of quality human resources is not an easy issue and simple, as it requires deep understanding and broad at the formation of the basic concepts of man and calculation in the preparation of the institution as a device that will give birth to a superior human.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29
           DI ERA MODERN)

    • Authors: Syaiful Mustofa
      Abstract: Pesantren become one of the magnet which is very draw in conference of concept education of Islam. Pesantren is also expected by most society so can do transformation of knowledge, value, and even character to educative participant to become bookish human being and with character.But, these days natural pesantren of dizziness in the effort study pattern synergize in pesantren with fast speed of modernity, what in this case is quickly it him information current and technology. Leave from pesantren, efforts to improve study pattern and education of Islam in pesantren continue to be developed in order to can walk balanced with modern era which without having to leave spirit, cultural and activity of pesantren.
      PubDate: 2013-04-29
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