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Dimas : Jurnal Pemikiran Agama untuk Pemberdayaan
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ISSN (Print) 1411-9188 - ISSN (Online) 2502-9428
Published by UIN - Walisongo Homepage  [15 journals]
  • Increasing Student’s Understanding on Adolescent Reproductive Health
           Trough the Crossword Puzzle Media and Learning Videos Aided Counseling

    • Authors: Erna Wijayanti, Titik Rahmawati, Mokh Syaroni, Ahmad Tajuddin Arafat, Ira Naila Saadah, Arifah Purnamaningrum, Nisa Rasyida
      Pages: 1 - 18
      Abstract: Adolescence is important for students because it transitions from childhood to adulthood. Knowledge about changes in adolescence, especially adolescents in Islamic boarding schools regarding adolescent reproductive health, is still low, so it needs to be improved. This service aims to increase the knowledge of service partners, especially students in Islamic boarding schools, regarding adolescent reproductive health. This devotion used the ABCD method, which consists of five stages: inculturation, discovery, design, definition, and reflection. This service program is carried out in July–August 2022. Service partners are students from classes X, XI, and XII. The service program is carried out with a learning model of team games tournaments (TGT) assisted by crossword puzzles and learning videos. Service data were obtained using pre- and post-tests regarding adolescent reproductive health. The data obtained are analyzed qualitatively and descriptively. The service results showed that counselling activities using crossword puzzle media and learning videos increased the knowledge of service partners by an average of 8.41.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.16231
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • The Quality Improvement Assistantship Program for Madrasa Education in
           Mindanao, the Philippines

    • Authors: Muhlisin Muhlisin, Muhammad Jauhari Sofi, Ma’as Shobirin, Saprolla Rollie C. Deporos
      Pages: 19 - 40
      Abstract: Madrasa education is a compelling issue in a Muslim minority country like the Philippines. Amidst the rapid pace of modernization, secular education enjoys strong government support, while Islamic teaching often remains underemphasized. However, the madrasa education system in the Philippines has begun to make positive strides through mutual learning and exchanging experiences with neighboring countries, such as Indonesia. Likewise, the present intensive and participatory assistantship program aimed to elucidate the efforts to promote religious moderation and enhance the educational quality within selected madrasas in Mindanao, the Philippines. The Participatory Action Research (PAR) method, combined with direct mentoring, was employed in this endeavor. Furthermore, the program was designed to address three key objectives: (1) strengthening religious moderation within madrasa education, (2) preparing professional teachers for madrasa education, and (3) enhancing the management of madrasa education. In summary, the outcomes of this program have the potential to contribute to the adoption of the Indonesian Islamic education model within the Muslim community in the Philippines.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.14950
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Preservation of Community Values: Study of the Samin Bojonegoro Teaching
           Transformation Model Through the Education Unit Curriculum

    • Authors: Sulanam Sulanam, Muhammad Nuril Huda
      Pages: 41 - 64
      Abstract: This article explains the process of instilling values, which is carried out by internalizing community teachings through educational units. The internalization of values is achieved by inserting Samin's noble pitutur in PAI and PPKn subjects at elementary, middle and high school levels. The choice of this educational institution indicates that schools have a strategic role in preserving values. This participatory action research was conducted in Dusun, Japan, a hamlet inhabited by the Samin Bojonegoro community. This community adheres to the teachings of its ancestors. However, on the other hand, the openness in this community also allows for a permissive attitude, which has the potential to erode the strength of their traditions. The research was carried out for four months, starting with problem mapping, problem analysis and action involving traditional stakeholders, policy stakeholders and education stakeholders. The choice of action taken is to insert community values through Islamic Religious Education and Character subjects and Pancasila and Citizenship Education subjects. This insertion is a cultural preservation strategy that stakeholders consider to be the right step because, through this institution, children can internalize the noble values that exist around them.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.13322
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Assistance in the Preparation of a Teaching Module for the Strengthening
           Project of the Pancasila Student Profile (P5) for Elementary Madrasa
           Teachers in Semarang City

    • Authors: Ummu Jauharin Farda, Linda Indiyarti Putri, Ali Imron, Afika Khoirun Nida, Yulia Ayu Septian
      Pages: 65 - 80
      Abstract: This mentorship activity aimed to enhance the knowledge, understanding, and skills of Madrasah Ibtidaiyah teachers in developing a relevant and applicable teaching module for the strengthening project of the Pancasila student profile (P5) while also improving their self-confidence and collaborative capacity. The Participatory Action Research method was employed, and the mentorship was conducted in three steps: preparation, implementation, and evaluation. The service team completed a preliminary analysis to identify the teachers' needs through interviews, observations, and documentation to ensure effective mentoring. The training results demonstrated a significant increase in participants' knowledge after participating in the P5 teaching module development mentorship. It was evidenced by the survey responses, in which 66.7% of the participants had an improved understanding of the Merdeka Curriculum material and the implementation of P5 through the teaching module.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.18053
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Assistance in Planning the Construction of Closed House Chicken Coops in
           Kedungrejo Village, Rembang Regency

    • Authors: Hendra Masvika, Kusrin Kusrin, Hari Setijo Pudjihardjo, Bambang Purnijanto
      Pages: 81 - 98
      Abstract: The high demand for poultry production has recently prompted members of the Mbesi Chicken Farmers Group in Kedungrejo Village, Rembang Regency, to focus on increasing productivity by optimizing the construction of their chicken coops. The closed-house system, suitable for the local environment and weather conditions, has been identified as the most appropriate type of poultry coop. However, the construction process is often outsourced, resulting in frequent design changes and price increases passed on to the breeders. To address this issue, the present Community Service (PkM) activity was carried out to assist farmers in creating design drawings for closed-house poultry coop buildings. The Participatory Action Research (PAR) method, involving direct mentoring, was employed to facilitate farmers in the process. The outcome of this community service was the submission of detailed design drawings for closed-house poultry coop buildings. An evaluation was conducted using pre-test and post-testassessments, revealing that 80% of participants could read and comprehend the design drawings for planning a closed-house chicken coop system. Accordingly, the findings indicated an improvement in the partner's competence in interpreting design drawings.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.14893
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Empowerment of Ecotourism Village: Integration of Community Empowerment
           and Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) Method

    • Authors: Lia Kamelia, Ramdani Wahyu Sururie, Rohmanur Aziz, Annisa Martina
      Pages: 99 - 118
      Abstract: Empowering the community is an endeavor to prepare society for achieving progress, independence, and well-being within a sustainable social justice environment. Effective community empowerment must be tailored to the specific conditions of the target. Correspondingly, the objective of this program was to construct and empower an educational ecotourism village by implementing a hybrid method combining Sisdamas (Community Empowerment System) and Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD). This hybrid approach was expected to facilitate the identification of existing community assets and enhance synergy among stakeholders in creating an educational ecotourism village. Moreover, integrating these two methods could result in an effective, efficient, and sustainable coaching process. Cigugurgirang village possesses several assets that can be developed into an agricultural educational tourism area, including orange gardens, grape vineyards, and ornamental plant areas. They serve as the initial foundation for asset identification. The evaluation of the coaching process incorporated the Social Return on Investment (SROI) framework analysis, yielding a value of 10.16:1. Thus, every investment of 1 million rupiahs would generate a social value of 10.16 million rupiahs. In summary, the present community empowerment program had a multi-faceted impact, encompassing economic, educational, and social benefits. Its primary focus was establishing a sustainable and socially just environment, utilizing a combination of methods to maximize effectiveness. Furthermore, SROI analysis underscored the significant social value generated by the program's investments.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.14463
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Improving Teacher Competence in Managing Information Technology-Based
           Learning Materials

    • Authors: Sagiman Sagiman, Muksal Mina Putra
      Pages: 119 - 134
      Abstract: Teacher Competency Standards are measures that determine the competence and professionalism of teachers. Hence, competence in managing learning materials is essential for the learning process. In the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4.0), educators are expected to be proficient in managing information technology-based learning materials, ensuring that the content delivered to students is of higher quality, ultimately leading to expected learning outcomes. This community service program aimed to improve teacher competence in managing information technology-based learning materials through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) training. The contents included basic knowledge regarding ICT, learning material management applications, graphic design, practical training in managing learning materials, internet, and internet-based learning (e-learning). The method employed in the present community service was Participatory Action Research (PAR). The project involved 25 school teachers, resulting in an improvement in teacher competence in managing information technology-based learning materials and fostering strong motivation among teachers to utilize information technology media for gathering materials and implementing the learning process.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.15347
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Community-Based Sustainable Tourism Village through Nature and Culture

    • Authors: Filda Rahmiati, Yunita Ismail, Grace Amin, Felix Goenadhi, Chairy Chairy
      Pages: 135 - 154
      Abstract: The decline in visitors during the COVID-19 outbreak is one of the factors affecting the profitability of tourist destinations. This condition is challenging for developing tourist villages, especially the Hegarmukti tourist village. Several activity restrictions during the COVID-19 outbreak have made community-based tourism development programs experience obstacles. Through this community service activity, the 4C model analysis (Conservation, Community, Culture, and Commerce) is to be applied to optimize the growth of the Hergarmukti tourist village. The activity begins with a semi-formal interview process and observations to gather information. Through this activity, it was revealed that some potential has not been exploited, especially in terms of natural and cultural tourism. Socialization activities by conducting capacity-building workshops for preserving natural ecosystems through waste management were conducted with the Situ Rawa Binong residents. Besides, cultural promotion activities through local art performances displayed by the Cahaya Gumilar Art Gallery also attract tourists. To run a sustainable tourism village, the community requires soft skills training in tourism and marketing. The study also offers several possible tourist attractions to stimulate the local economy.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.13537
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Scientific Article Writing Mentoring for the English Subject Teacher
           Association in Palangka Raya

    • Authors: Santi Erliana, Dellis Pratika, Levika Egita Sulistiyana
      Pages: 155 - 172
      Abstract: This community service aimed to address the professional development needs of teachers to enhance their career prospects. Teachers must compile portfolios to accumulate credit points for career advancement, thus necessitating their proficiency as teacher-writers. Hence, this sustainable community service sought to assist English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teachers in secondary high schools throughout Palangka Raya in comprehending the fundamentals of scientific writing, producing scientific articles, conducting research, and drafting research reports. The Participatory Action Research (PAR) methodology, which focuses on community empowerment, was employed for this endeavor. The activities were carried out over 12 workshop sessions involving 30 EFL teachers from the English Subject Teachers Association (MGMP) for junior and senior high schools in Palangka Raya. Before and after the workshops, KWL worksheets and WhatsApp Group discussions were utilized to facilitate the teachers' learning process. The results demonstrated that: (1) mentoring activities were executed effectively, with 80% of the planned materials successfully delivered to the participants; (2) participants expressed a positive perception of the activities, including satisfaction, relevance to their needs, comprehension, and overall significance.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.13101
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
  • Indonesian Muslim Diaspora: Strengthening Cognitive Aspects and
           Competencies Regarding Islamic Heritage in Southeast Asia

    • Authors: Mishbah Khoiruddin Zuhri, Safii Safii, Mohamad Sobirin
      Pages: 173 - 196
      Abstract: This study examined the cognitive aspects and competencies of the Indonesian Muslim diaspora in Southeast Asia through a community empowerment program to preserve Islamic heritage. Muslim communities in Southeast Asia have a historical relationship in the process of da'wah, Islamic culture, and the transmission of knowledge. Historical heritage in the form of mosques, tombs, kingdoms, and religious ceremonies is a potential for halal tourism and a challenge for the cultural conservation process. In this regard, the Indonesian Muslim diaspora plays a significant role in efforts to maintain Islamic heritage in Southeast Asia due to their shared culture, traditions, and language. Enhancing the diaspora's cognitive aspects and competencies was a priority for assistance. Therefore, various activities were implemented to improve their ability to document relevant information about Islamic heritage. This endeavor employed a Participatory Action Research (PAR) methodology to support the Indonesian diaspora residing in Malaysia, Thailand, and Brunei Darussalam. The mentoring program included Focused Group Discussions about Islamic heritage and assistance in improving skills related to data collection and writing about Islamic heritage and Arabic Pegon writing. Following the mentoring activities, notable improvements were observed in the cognitive aspects of the assisted subjects concerning historical mosques and Islamic kingdoms (13.3%), Islamic museums (21.43%), Islamic traditions (35.71%), and Islamic arts (42%), tombs (38.46%), and haul ceremonies (84%). Additionally, there was increased competency in searching and writing Islamic heritage information (13.3%) and Arabic Pegon writing (28.57%) after the mentoring. To ensure program sustainability, the diaspora actively disseminates service outcomes through online directories. Furthermore, ongoing collaboration is fostered through community-based cultural initiatives, which contribute to preserving Islamic history.
      PubDate: 2023-05-31
      DOI: 10.21580/dms.2023.231.14785
      Issue No: Vol. 23, No. 1 (2023)
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