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Attarbiyah : Journal of Islamic Culture and Education
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ISSN (Online) 2548-6020
Published by IAIN Salatiga Homepage  [4 journals]
  • Management innovation of Islamic education on the basis of life skills
           competency (a study case of pesantren Agro Nur El-Falah Salatiga)

    • Authors: Taufiqurrahman Taufiqurrahman, Giyoto Giyoto
      Pages: 97 - 106
      Abstract: Pesantren (Islamic boarding school), as the oldest Islamic educational institution in Indonesia, requires well-organized management in order to successfully lead the students to build an Islamic competency and also excel in the fields of science and technology. The management of Pesantren should be adjusted towards the demands of the era and the needs of students after completing their education at Pesantren while maintaining Islamic competence as a characteristic of Islamic boarding schools. A pesantren providing a basis for life skills in Salatiga is Agro Nur El-Falah Islamic Boarding School. The purpose of this research is to analyze in detail the Management Innovation of the Agro Nur el-Falah Islamic Boarding School in providing life skills competencies to the students. The researcher uses a qualitative descriptive method with the aim of describing a situation objectively in accordance with the description of the situation. Therefore, this research will further describe life skills-based Islamic education management innovation at Agro Nur El-Falah Islamic Boarding School Salatiga. The results of this research indicate that Islamic education at Agro Nur El-Falah Islamic Boarding School has successfully provided not only Islamic knowledge as a key feature of Islamic education, but also life skills competencies to the students.
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.97-106
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
  • A model for integrating Islamic values and local contexts into mathematics
           instruction for secondary students

    • Authors: Afifi Lateh
      Pages: 107 - 124
      Abstract: Islamic integrated instruction connects the teaching of knowledge, concepts, and skills in a particular subject matter with the Quran and the Hadith to promote desirable characteristics in Aqidah, Ibadah, and Akhlaq. This study formulated a model for integrating Islamic values and the contexts of Thailand’s three southern border provinces (Deep South) into mathematics instruction for secondary students. The constructed approach comprised learning activities administered in six steps, including 1) attention-grabbing, 2) presenting contents, 3) validating, 4) building awareness, 5) practical training, and 6) presenting outcomes. Suggestions included teachers exploring and utilizing Islamic content relevant to lessons or local contexts for lessons less related to Islamic knowledge and allowing students to recognize presented mathematic and Islamic bodies of knowledge for further connections to their daily lives.
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.107-124
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
  • Islamic boarding school, the transformation of Islamic education
           institution and its strategic role in global era

    • Authors: Abdul Khamid, Sutrisno Sutrisno, Rahmat Hariyadi, Badrus Zaman
      Pages: 125 - 138
      Abstract: Islamic boarding school (Pesantren) as the oldest education institution in Indonesia and as boarding based Islamic education, has strategic position in the society, especially for the students (santri), this position enables the Islamic boarding school to be effective medium to empower the society with any alteration and institution transformation which  holds on to the underlying cultural values. The objectives of this research are to investigate the process of institution transformation, students’ revival, and Islamic boarding school strategic roles in global era by employing qualitative approach. The research findings indicate; First, Nuur El-Falah Foundation has transformed its institution from an orphanage for conflict victim children into Nuur El-Falah Agro Foundation which established Islamic Boarding School and formal education (Junior High School, Vocational High School, and Islamic Senior High School); Second, students’ revival are seen from its transformation from classic (salaf) students into modernization by going to formal education from Junior High School, Vocational High School, and Islamic Senior High School, even more students continue their study to public University and Islamic University; Third, Islamic boarding school administrators have strategic position in global era to be the front guard in escorting the students’ moral. The Islamic boarding school role as one of Indonesian students’ character builder should be preserved from year to year.
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.125-138
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
  • Content analysis of Islamic religious education student textbooks and
           morals for class VIII Islamic junior high school published by the ministry
           of education and culture revised edition 2017

    • Authors: Ilman Hidayat, Aris Nurkhamidi, Mei Yuniati
      Pages: 139 - 151
      Abstract: In an educational process, the use of books is one of the most important elements. Without books, learning becomes unbalanced because there is no reliable reference source. This study focuses on finding out whether the textbook for Islamic Religious Education and Morals for Class VII SMP/MTs is appropriate in terms of content or material content. The type of approach used in this study is a library research approach through the documentation method with the analysis technique being content analysis. Data analysis was carried out systematically and logically starting from reading and analyzing all the data. The results of this study indicate that first, the contents of the textbook material for Islamic Religious Education and Morals for Class VIII SMP/MTs students in terms of the four sub-components of the content feasibility assessment are also suitable for use with details of the percentage of eligibility, namely 100% for the SK and KD conformity sub-components, the development and needs of students, 94.6% for scientific substance and life skills, 87.5% obtained by the insight sub-component to advance and develop and 82.1% for the diversity of social values. Second, the contents of the textbook material for students of Islamic Religious Education and Morals for Class VII SMP/MTs when viewed from the four dimensions, namely the spiritual, social, knowledge and skill dimensions are appropriate for use. The details of the percentage of eligibility obtained are 100% for the spiritual dimension, 100% for the social dimension, 92.90% for the knowledge dimension and 89.90% for the skills dimension. The results of this data analysis can be concluded that the two categories above, namely the four-dimensional elements and four sub-components of content feasibility, have been accurate to be used in assessing the feasibility of the content of textbooks.
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.139-151
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
  • The role of the committee in improving the education quality of madrasa

    • Authors: Agus Gunawan, Yuyun Rohmatul Uyuni
      Pages: 153 - 169
      Abstract: Educational management is very important as a modern culture that prepares quality human resources. The formation of madrasa committees in each madrasah unit provides the impetus for better management, even though the madrasa committee is still not functioning optimally. The madrasa committee management factor is the government's focus on maintaining the quality of education as stipulated in the Regulation of the Minister of Religion Number 16 of 2020. The madrasa committee becomes independent, professional, and modern to maintain and improve the quality of education. This study aimed to analyze the role of madrasa committee management on the quality of education. The research uses quantitative methods, and the object of research is State Madrasah in Banten Province. The magnitude of the role of madrasah committee management on the quality of education is 82.4%, indicating that madrasah management can maintain the quality of education specified. In contrast, madrasah policy planning and budgeting are dominant in madrasah committee management. The implication is that the madrasah's efforts to support the maximum implementation of the duties and functions of the madrasah committee and training efforts for the madrasah committee.
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.153-169
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
  • Ibn Sinā's psychology: the substantiation of soul values in
           Islamic education

    • Authors: Senata Adi Prasetia, Arif Ainur Rofiq, Rezki Perdani Sawai, Joki Perdani Sawai
      Pages: 171 - 189
      Abstract: This article presents the concept of the soul from Ibn Sinā's perspective and its substantiation in Islamic education. The soul is one of the major psychological topics which has been explored by Muslim scholars. Among them was Ibn Sinā, a Muslim philosopher, who emphasized the study of the human soul. His mental conception of the soul was so well-developed that it received much attention and appreciation from later Islamic philosophers such as al-Ghazāli, Fakhruddin al-Rāzi, Ibn Rushd and Western scholars. This article explores Ibn Sinā's concept of the soul and its substance in Islamic education. The methodology employed is a literature review together with qualitative research using exploratory, descriptive, and analytical approaches. Ibn Sinā argued that the soul is a living spiritual substance inspiring the body and forms the infrastructure for acquiring knowledge and transforming it in real life. In contrast to the body, the soul is immaterial and eternal. Islamic education cannot be separated from the psychological elements elucidated by Ibn Sinā and must incorporate relevant psychological aspects in order to fully develop the potential of students towards becoming exemplary human beings (insān kāmil).
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.171-189
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
  • The development of affective assessment instruments in the new normal era

    • Authors: Muhammad Arfan Mu'ammar, Aris Sofandi
      Pages: 191 - 206
      Abstract: This development research was conducted at MTs Ma'arif Ketegan Sidoarjo. The types of data obtained are qualitative and quantitative data. The survey results showed that 50% of teachers developed their own affective assessment instruments but 87.5% of teachers admitted that these instruments were not valid and reliable. Then as many as 81.3% of teachers chose to use the observation method in assessing student effectiveness during online learning, because it is considered the easiest. As many as 62.5% of teachers do not understand that affective assessment of students in online learning can be done using the self-assessment method. The instrument is presented in a Google Form which contains 50 contextual statement points with a Likert Scale. The content validation score with the Aiken's V formula obtained a score of less than 1 for each statement item. Construct validation is a follow-up to the input of the supervisor and the theory that has been analyzed. External validation shows an increase in instrument models that are more applicable and adaptive. Instrument stability obtained a score of 0.885 so it was concluded that it was less reliable for a significant level of 1% and reliable for a significant level of 5%. The instrument equivalence data shows that there is no significant change in the results of the original and alternative instruments. Internal consistency with the Cronbach Alpha coefficient obtained a score of 0.92 with a very high category. The instrument also has a practical and efficient title. Thus this instrument is considered valid, reliable, useful, and valid. The response given by this instrument is said to be valid, reliable, practical and valid.
      PubDate: 2023-01-02
      DOI: 10.18326/attarbiyah.v7i2.191-206
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 2 (2023)
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