Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies

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ISSN / EISSN : 2549-0761 / 2548-9860
Published by: Universitas Negeri Jakarta (10.21009)
Total articles ≅ 76
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Suci Nurpratiwi, Amaliyah Amaliyah, Nada Arina Romli
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 267-284; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.07

This study aims to analyze the development of self-reflection and collaboration skills of students through the implementation of a team-based project model in learning for micro-teaching courses. The research was conducted at the State University of Jakarta, with the research subjects were 41 students. Data collection techniques through observation, documentation, interviews, and self-reflection questionnaires. The results showed that 72.1% of students always evaluate their performance and try to do better in teaching practice based on self-reflection results. The aspect that needs to be improved is speaking skills in front of the class (public speaking). Meanwhile, student collaboration skills have shown to be good, as indicated by the synergy in identifying, researching, analyzing, and formulating answers and solutions to the problems found and stated in the project report.
Alhamuddin Alhamuddin, Oki Dermawan, Helmi Azis, Revan Dwi Erlangga
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 185-204; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.03

Character education is the most important thing in the personality of each individual. It is not only influenced by parents and education level, but character education can be influenced by the community environment, including local wisdom in an area. The purpose of this study was to determine the transformation of Islamic education in Minangkabau in relation to Islam and local culture. The research method used was a qualitative approach with ethnographic method, ethnography was used to see how the relationship between Islam and local culture in transforming the concept of Modern Islamic education in Minangkabau. The results showed that Minangkabau local traditional expressions provide guidance and advice so that they always have religious character, honesty, tolerance, responsibility and discipline, fairness, social care, courtesy, friendly and communicative, and high work ethic. Thus it can be stated that all the values ​​of character education that arise from the messages of advice in Minangkabau traditional expressions are in accordance with the Shari'ah and are exemplified by the Prophet Muhammad Saw
Siti Lailatul Isnaini, Yusuf Hanafi, Ahmad Munjin Nasih, Ibnu Samsul Huda
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 227-248; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.05

The competence of reading the holy book correctly and adequately is the obligation of every religious person. Ironically, many Muslim students do not have adequate skills in reading the Qur'an. Therefore, Universitas Negeri Malang (UM) launched a campaign to be free of Qur'an illiteracy for its students. This study aims to describe the planning, implementation, evaluation, and effectiveness of Qur'an learning at UM and the correlation of Arabic language skills to the ability to read the al-Qur'an. The method used is a mixed-method with an exploratory sequential design. The quantitative data analysis technique used normality test, Wilcoxon signed ranks, d-effect size, and calculation of N-gain value. The results of the study are as follows: (1) learning planning is carried out in a centralized and detailed manner; (2) the implementation of learning adapts to class groupings, and learning steps specified in the Qur'an Reading Guidance curriculum; (3) evaluation of learning is carried out using tashih techniques, post-test, and assessment of learning attitudes; (4) learning effectiveness is in the high category, which is indicated by the d-effect size value of 0.76, and (5) Arabic language ability is found to have a significant correlation with the ability to read the Qur'an. In general, UM is considered successful in reducing the level of Qur'an illiteracy among students.
Ahmad Rivauzi, Siti Fatimah, Rengga Satria, Ahmad Kosasih, Wirdati Wirdati, Murniyetti Murniyetti
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 151-166; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.01

Maritime potential and requires commitment, multi-sectoral support that is developed in a planned, integrated and balanced manner. Tourism development must be able to mobilize all sectors of community life and need to be imbued with the basis of Minangkabau religious, social and cultural norms and must be directed to the preservation of religious and cultural values. The integration of tourism development issues in the Mandeh Region with issues of religious life development is intended so that development can develop in a positive and productive direction. Nyalo Mudiak Aia River. This research uses descriptive qualitative method. Data collection techniques were carried out using interviews, observation and documentation methods. Data analysis in this study used the analytical method by Milles and Huberman in Sugiono (2009:16) which included data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. This study reveals that there are potential candidates for cadres to drive the religious life of the Nyalo Mudiak Aia River community with the community's interest in sending their children to religious schools and colleges. The participation of the government and universities is very strategic in realizing the continuity of good religious life, including in the form of providing facilities (enabling) and empowering in the form of mentoring the religious life of the community.
Teuku Wildan
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 205-226; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.04

This study aims to determine the contribution of the majelis taklim Tastafi in shaping the spiritual dimension of the Langsa City community. Participants in the study were 30 members of the majelis taklim Tastafi. The mixed-method approach is used to answer the problem; the quantitative type uses Pearson product-moment, and the qualitative type uses the descriptive-analytical method. The results of the research findings show there is a significant relationship between the activities of the majelis taklim Tastafi in shaping the spiritual dimension of the Langsa City community, indicated by the validity test of the Pearson product-moment correlation data on the activities of the majelis taklim Tastafi and the spiritual dimension, prayer fulfilment fields 0.959, universality 0.954 and connectedness 0.937. The null hypothesis (H0) is rejected, and the alternative hypothesis (Ha) proposed is accepted; namely, there is a positive relationship and a very significant correlation between attending majlis taklim and the spiritual dimension variables. The higher the routine in attending the majelis taklim, the higher the spiritual dimension and vice versa; this is evidenced by the validity of the data with the results of all values ​​​​of the spiritual dimension on Sig ( 2-tailed) was 0.000 (p < 0.01). The formation of the spiritual dimension is seen in the practice of worship, belief, relationship with God and humans, and individual responsibilities in life. Keywords: majelis, contribution, spiritual
Ramdanil Mubarok
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 249-266; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.06

This article will analyze and interpret the concepts of the components of the multicultural PAI curriculum, the learning process and management of the development of the components of the multicultural Islamic religious education teaching materials at SMK Nusa Unggul Husada. This research is qualitative. The development model used is the McKenny model which consists of preliminary analysis, planning stages, and evaluation. The research subjects were students of SMK Nusa Unggul Husada. The research instruments are observation sheets, interviews, assessment sheets, evaluation sheets and validation sheets. Furthermore, data processing is carried out with qualitative description. Data were analyzed comprehensively according to the characteristics of qualitative research. The result is that the concept of material components in the multicultural PAI curriculum is a series of activities carried out in the form of compiling and developing content to achieve goals. Multicultural PAI learning at Nusa Unggul Husada Vocational School is focused on understanding multicultural Islamic religious education materials comprehensively and then being applied in a multicultural school environment in terms of language, culture, religion, ethnicity, and even gender diversity. The development of the components of teaching materials in the learning process that has been carried out illustrates the validity of the learning tools. The use of multicultural PAI learning tools as a whole falls into the practical category in terms of the implementation of the implementation plan.
Yono Yono, Amrin Amrin, Ade Irma Imamah
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 167-184; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.02

This research aimed to examine the alignment of local wisdom values ​​with Islamic law in the tradition of the Peta kapanca ceremony in the Ambalawi sub-District. This study used a descriptive qualitative type with a phenomenological and sociological approach. The data collection method used observation, interviews, documentation, and a literature study. While the data analysis technique is descriptive and qualitative by reducing data, presenting data, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that the Peta kapanca tradition at the wedding ceremony of the Bima tribal community in the Ambalawi sub-district contained local wisdom values ​​in the form of faith values, brotherhood values, mutual help values, and patient values. The values ​​of local wisdom in the Peta kapanca tradition align with Islamic law, namely, having values ​​that do not conflict with Islamic teachings. This made local wisdom in the Peta kapanca tradition and Islamic teachings valuable as instruments in developing Islamic da'wah teachings. In addition, socio-culturally as a bulwark against the modern era in the form of globalization and liberalization due to the influence of outside culture, which is starting to erode. Keywords: Local culture, Islamic law, Peta kapanca, wedding
Agustian Ramadana Putera, Nurtanio Agus Purwanto, Muhammad Mulyadi, Raudatul Jannah
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 59-80; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.01.04

Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kualitatif yang bertujuan untuk menganalisis penerapan kepemimpinan virtual pada lembaga pondok pesantren di Indonesia dalam upayanya mempertahankan budaya mutu di masa normalitas baru pandemi Covid-19. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kepustakaan dengan menganalisis sumber-sumber dari penelitian-penelitian terdahulu tentang kepemimpinan virtual dan kaitannya dengan masa pandemi Covid-19. Metode pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan beberapa tahap yaitu penyortiran, pengorganisasian, dan penyuntingan. Setelah data berupa dokumen-dokumen yang dimaksud terkumpul lalu dilakukan analisis data dengan memberikan interpretasi. Hasil dari penelitian ini terbagi menjadi beberapa bagian, antara lain: 1) kepemimpinan yang efektif pada masa dan pasca pandemi Covid-19, 2) kyai dan potensinya memimpin lingkungan virtual, 3) keadaan dan mutu pondok pesantren pasca pandemi Covid-19.
Muhamad Ridwan Effendi, Surya Hadi Darma
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 123-150; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.01.07

This study aims to describe the involvement of religious instruments in the dynamics of the 2012 Regional Head Elections for the Regent and Deputy Regent of Purwakarta Regency. This study uses a qualitative method with the dramaturgical approach of Erving Goffman on symbolic interactionism and Max Weber on social action theory. This study indicates that the normative use of religious elements is used as a weapon for candidates as a political commodity to attract mass sympathy and highlight the identity of a particular group. Among the religious issues used in the Pilkada Purwakarta could be the use of religious symbols, statements, figures and places used by the contestants and political constituents in Purwakarta.
Toto Santi Aji, Ahmad Yusron
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 19-38; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.01.02

  The sharp controversy among the scholars regarding the jamaah (congregation) concept has become a more interesting side to finding the answer to the truth. This research focuses on uncovering the congregation concept from interpretations drawn to the contemporary atmosphere and Indonesian climate. The method employed in this research discussion was a research library. The content analysis method was a research method that utilized a set of procedures to draw valid conclusions. This study’s findings included the concept of the understanding congregation, the congregation concept in Tafsir (interpretation) Fî Zhilâl al-Qur'ân, and the congregation concept as one leadership unit. This research conclusion is that the congregation phenomenon, according to Qutb, is not only an obligation for Muslims to uphold it in the world but also something that will impact and determine a person's fate in the hereafter.
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