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Handayani Nurul Hikmah, Ima Rahmawati, Hana Lestari
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 10-17; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.289

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Teacher work creativity is the process of developing all creations and the creation of new works and ideas that are unique and different from the previous ones that can be used by teachers in the learning process. This study aims to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and teacher work creativity. This research was conducted in SDN’s throughout Cibungbulang district. This study uses a quantitative approach with a sample of 78 respondents. The data collection technique used a closed questionnaire with a Likert scale as a measure. The data analysis method used was descriptive analysis and simple linear regression using the help of the SPSS version 20 application. Based on the results of the study, there was a significant positive relationship between self-efficacy and teacher work creativity. This study develops previous research by Sumiyati 2018 entitled the relationship between creativity and the performance of high school chemistry teachers in Jabodetabek.
Richa Nurlaela, Ima Rahmawati, Hana Lestari
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 18-26; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.290

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Teacher work loyalty is a measure of loyalty which is described by the ability of employees to defend and maintain the company / organization both in the area and outside the work area. This study aims to determine the contribution of leadership behavior to teacher job loyalty. This research was conducted in private high schools throughout Cibungbulang District. The number of samples taken was 25 teachers, with a non-probability sampling method with a sampling technique, namely saturated samples. This research uses a quantitative approach with a survey method. Data collection techniques using a questionnaire or questionnaire. The data analysis technique used is simple linear regression. Based on the results of the analysis, it shows that there is a contribution between leadership behavior and teacher work loyalty. This shows that the stronger the influence of leadership behavior, the higher the job loyalty generated by the teacher. Therefore, to foster job loyalty to teachers, a leader is expected to further improve leadership behavior in order to increase teacher job loyalty..
Wiwi Uswatiyah, Neni Argaeni, Masruroh Masrurah, Dadang Suherman, Ujang Cepi Berlian
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 28-40; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.299

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This policy of the Minister of Education and Culture deserves to be called a change that is quite extreme, this then raises some doubts in the minds of academics. Among the big questions that arise from the policy of independent Learning, Free Campus ”is 1. What is the definition of Government policy? 2. How is the concept of Free Learning? 3. What are the implications of the independent learning policy on curriculum management and assessment systems in secondary schools? 4. What are the implications of the policy of independent learning for curriculum management and assessment systems in higher education? This visionary policy of the Minister of Education and Culture deserves appreciation, however, several problems arise from the implementation of the policy of "Free Learning, Independent Campus" that must be resolved immediately. This paper attempts to review the form of the Freedom Learning policy and implementation challenges.
Eva Siti Faridah, Yunita Sari, Ernawati Ernawati
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 63-77; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.303

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Results of preliminary observations at SMPIF Al-Fikri Depok shows that KKM – Kriteria Ketuntasan Minimum (Minimum Mastery Criterion/students' learning achievement) 72 in Islamic Education subject was low because of the students’ embarrassment to ask questions, not paying attention to lessons and the lack of learning methods used by teachers. One of the factors causing it was that the learning methods used by teachers were less varied so that learning activities were monotonous. The purpose of this research is to find out the effect of applying the Examples Non Examples method in learning PAI. The method used is classroom action research (PTK). The object in this study were 42 students of grade VII. Data was collected by distributing learning achievement questionnaires to each student, and filling out observation sheets. The data was analyzed using quantitative calculations which later translated into presentations. Based on the results of students’ achievements after learning using the Examples Non Examples method, student achievement increases each cycle. The results of the questionnaires in the first cycle was 72.32% and in the second cycle was 83.68%, thus it can be concluded that the application of the Examples Non Examples method has increased students’ learning achievement by 11.11%.
Wiwi Uswatiyah, Siti Aminah, Sofyan Sauri, Faiz Karim Fatkhulah
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 41-62; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.300

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The digital era provides its own meaning and consequences for the morale of the leadership group. This study aims to analyze the morals of Islamic leadership groups in the digital era based on a review of philosophy, psychology and sociology. A leader in the digital era is required to be compatible with the demands and needs of the times. Philosophically, the morale of the leadership group provides reinforcement in decision making or policy formulation. Psychologically, group morals give its own color to aspects of personality. Leaders must be able to influence their members so that they can jointly run the organization. Sociologically, the moral of the leadership group has similarities with the religious foundation. Everyone is required to be able to have and practice good group morals in various conditions. This kind of leadership is expected by many people. The challenge of social education leaders today is very hard to be able to provide awareness to students and educationists to be able to socialize and get used to completely online work.
Bakti Toni Endaryono, Tjipto Djuhartono
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 78-87; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.306

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The purpose of this study is to discuss and analyze the performance of subject teachers influencing students’ learning outcomes in SMK Business and Technology Bekasi. The method used in this research is quantitative methods, data collection techniques through interviews, observation and documentation; data analysis techniques in this study using simple regression analysis and coefficient of determination. This research was conducted for 6 months starting from September 2020 to February 2021 with four stages, namely planning, implementing, processing data and reporting research results, while the results of this study were that the performance of teachers in the field of study had an effect on student achievement by 6.69%, with the calculation of the simple correlation coefficient of 0.69% while the result of the coefficient of determination of 47.61% means 52.39% is influenced by other factors not mentioned in this study.
Abudin Nata
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 3, pp 1-9; doi:10.47467/jdi.v3i1.147

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Writing scientific papers is currently growing. In addition, theses, theses, dissertations, scientific papers also include articles for scientific journals, reference books and so on. All of these works can become symbols of the progress of a nation. From these scientific works, theories, concepts, designs, innovations, novelty and so on can be produced for the progress of the nation. In order for scientific work to be beneficial and not to cause slander, fighting, provocation, and glassware that harm the people, nation and state, ethics and manners are needed in writing. The ethics and manners of writing scientific papers should not only be aimed at regulating citation methods, licensing methods, and naming of names, but also must support the progress of the people, nation and state and maintain the heterogeneous unity of the Republic of Indonesia by developing pluralist, inclusive and multicultural understanding supported by understanding wasathiyah religion. Namely the religious understanding of tawazun, takaarum, taraahum, tawathun, ta'awun, shura, i'tidal, and so on. Al-Qur'an, Hadith, the teachings of Sufism and morals in Islam are very rich to be applied in building ethics and manners for writing scientific works that are ma'rufa (good), sadida (correct), baligha (good language structure), karima (noble) , maysuura, (soft), adzima (quality) layyinan (polite), and tsaqila (firm). Keywords: ethics, intellectual cultthics, manners, writing, scientific culture
Sucirama Sucirama, Imam Tholkhah
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 173-198; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i2.118

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Desy Laelasari, Qowaid Qowaid, Efrita Norman
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 199-218; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i2.120

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Abdullah Syafei, Nanat Fatah Natsir, Mohamad Jaenudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 130-149; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i2.116

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Awaludin Awaludin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 219-235; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i2.121

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Lisnamayanti Lisnamayanti, Imam Tholkhah, Amie Primarni
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 115-129; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i2.117

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Siti Syuaibah, Qowaid Qowaid, Efrita Norman
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 150-172; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i2.119

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M Daud, Qowaid Qowaid, Mohammad Jaenudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 49-75; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i1.99

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M Musfik Amrullah, Nanat Fatah Natsir, Muhammad Faqihudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 95-114; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i1.101

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Mardani Mardani, Mohamad Jaenudin, Amie Primarni
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 34-48; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i1.98

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Amirul Mukmin, Nanat Fatah Natsir, Muhamad Faqihudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 19-33; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i1.97

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M Najmudin Rahmatullah, Imam Tholkhah, Amie Primarni
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 76=94-76=94; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i1.100

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Fuji Ria Tambunan, Imam Tholkhah, Mohamad Jaenudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 2, pp 1-18; doi:10.47467/jdi.v2i1.96

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Dini Nur Jannah, Qowaid Qowaid, M Faqihudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 130-148; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i2.81

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Nani Prihatini, Amie Primarni, Nanat Fatah Natsir
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 108-129; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i2.80

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Muhamad Meladih, Nanat Fatah Natsir, Amie Primarni
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 183-200; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i2.84

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Qomarudin Qomarudin, Nanat Fatah Natsir, Mohamad Jaenudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 149-163; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i2.85

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Humaidi Mufa, Mohamad Jaenudin, Amie Primarni
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 201-218; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i2.83

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Sopian Mansur, Imam Tholkhah, Mohamad Jaenudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 164-184; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i2.82

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A Maturidi
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 79-92; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i1.63

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Moh Romli
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 64-78; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i1.62

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Amie Primarni
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 35-50; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i1.61

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Melly Nuryani
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 93-107; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i1.64

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Saep Saepudin, Yanti Hasbian Setiawati, Nurul Hamidah
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 1-34; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i1.59

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Muhammad Faqihudin
Jurnal Dirosah Islamiyah, Volume 1, pp 51-63; doi:10.47467/jdi.v1i1.60

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