Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 26855909 / 26141566
Total articles ≅ 27
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Subandi Subandi, Ida Faridatul Hasanah, Laila Ludfiana Dewi, Siti Roudlotul Jannah
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 32-37; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.613

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The authors found many students with low social interaction at school and lack of methods in anticipating this problem. This article contributes to providing alternative methods for enhancing students' social interaction by using role-playing techniques in group counseling. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the role-playing technique in improving the social interaction of 8th-grade students at Public Junior High School 7 Bandar Lampung. The authors use social interaction scales to collect data and quasi-experimental research design methods. The subjects of the study were 16 students of 8th-grade Public Junior High School 7 Bandar Lampung which selected by purposive sampling. Data analysed using Wilcoxon Test. The results of the study concluded that z=-2.524 and p
Imas Kania Rahman
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 46-53; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.614

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The numerous cases of academic procrastination of students in various universities in Indonesia are worrying. In terms of intervention, there is a proven effective approach to improve students’ skill to cope with academic procrastination. It’s called Guidance and Counseling Gestalt Prophetic (G-Pro). Unfortunately, due to a lack of access, G-Pro needs to be developed. This article will present a new approach called E-Counseling Gestalt Prophetic (E-G-Pro). The author used the Borg and Gall model research and development (R & D) model with three research steps: a preliminary study, model development, and model validity. Focus group discussion (FGD) has been done to assess the properness of the model. Four parties, each from information and technology expert, Qur'anic Interpretation expert, Islamic education and religiosity expert, guidance and counselor expert, and counselee, were invited to the FGD. Based on internal judgement by experts and users, the E-G-Pro is highly feasible to be applied to help students cope with academic procrastination in Indonesian Islamic Higher Education.
Riana Wibi Pangestuti, Mungin Eddy Wibowo, Muhammad Japar
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 38-45; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.673

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Self-efficacy is a determining factor to achieve the learning objectives. Therefore, self-efficacy is important to be measured and improved. This study aimed to examine the effectiveness of a psychoeducational group with exercises techniques to improve students’ self-efficacy. This study was carried out by using a pretest-posttest control group design by involving 2 groups, the experimental and control group. The data from these groups were analyzed using repeated-measure MIX MANOVA. Meanwhile, the authors used self-efficacy scale (α=0.911) to collect the data of 14 students. The results showed that there were effects of time in the improvement of students' self-efficacy (F(2)=1,746; p
Weni Anggraini, Sunawan Sunawan, Ali Murtadho
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 9-17; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.656

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This study was intended to determine the effect of the presence of tutors in the learning video on cognitive load and academic achievement. The design used in this study was the posttest control group design. The subjects of this study were 30 students of eleventh-grade science of senior high school number 1 Ungaran. The measurements of the data were carried out using cognitive load questionnaires, eye-tracking measurements, and biological matter of reproductive materials (prior knowledge and posttest teaching). The result of analysis using the Multivariate analysis of variance test showed that the presence of tutors in the learning video did not have a significant effect on extraneous load (F(2.27)=2.6, p>0.05), the presence of tutors in the learning video did not have a significant effect on germane load in the subjective measurements (F(2.27)=0.06, p>0.05), however, the presence of tutors in the learning video has a significant effect on the objective measurements (F(2.27)=24.47, p
Belardo Farjantoky, Sunawan Sunawan, Mulawarman Mulawarman
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 1-8; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.625

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The mobile phone users in students are increased dramatically. Unfortunately, excessive use of mobile phone could cause addiction. The addiction to mobile phone affecting the personal and social life of students. Therefore, authors decided to identify the effect of cognitive-behavioral counseling interventions on self-esteem and the tendency of mobile phone addiction in students of Vocational School 1 Muhammadiyah Semarang. Participants in the pretest were 120 students. This study used a quasi-experiment method, pretest-posttest control group design involving 12 students, randomly divided to experiment (6 students) and control group (6 students). The samples were selected using purposive sampling with low self-esteem criteria and a high tendency for mobile phone addiction. The MANCOVA test results proved that cognitive-behavioral counseling had an effect on self-esteem (F1.8=265.28; ηp2=0.963; p
Susilawati Susilawati, Mungin Eddy Wibowo, Sunawan Sunawan
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 26-31; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.661

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Nowadays social responsibility is significant to investigate. It is because in the academic world there are a number of students having low social responsibility. This behavior is realized by unfair actions in groups, bullying or intimidation practice. Concerning this phenomenon, the current study aimed at analyzing the prediction of students’ social responsibility from the perspective of moral disengagement and incivility. This correlational study involved 636 students with a portion of 49.5% of male students and 50.5% of female students. They were selected using cluster sampling from two junior high schools in Central Java. After that, these students were asked to fill in a moral disengagement scale, and classroom incivility scale. The results showed that moral disengagement and incivility significantly predicted social responsibility (R=0.336, R2=0.113, F=6.079, and P
Afra Hasna, Mungin Eddy Wibowo, Mulawarman Mulawarman
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 3, pp 18-25; doi:10.25217/igcj.v3i1.662

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This study conducted based on the phenomenon of complex problems faced by the students who have dual roles, namely students who are married and also working. The study aims to find out the empirical data and to ensure the relationship between self-efficacy and social support with work-family balance. The research design used a correlation with the ex-post-facto model that had 214 samples were selected using purposive sampling techniques with the criteria of students who were married and also working. The data assessed by using the General Self-efficacy (GSE) Scale, Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS), and Work-Family Balance Scale (WFBS). The data analyzed by using hierarchical regression analysis techniques. The results showed that: 1) there was a significant relationship between self-efficacy and work-family balance (∆R=0.351; ∆F=63.927; P=
Imroatul Hayyu Erfantinni, Roiyan One Febriyani, Dian Eka Aprilia Fitria Ningrum, Vannisa Aviana Melinda, Roiyan One Febriani
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 77-82; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.464

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The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of cognitive restructuring technique to reduce students’ truant behavior of Surabaya Pharmacy School. This study used experimental methods with Randomized Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design. The stage of the study was the preparation, the implementation, and the final stage. The subject of study was twelve students of Surabaya Pharmacy School from first, second, and third grades taken at random through the student truancy scale and divided into two groups, control and experiment group. The intervention is done by doing the counseling group with cognitive restructuring technique to reduce the student’s truancy behavior. The Data was analyzed using SPSS Paired Sampled T-Test. The analysis result showed that there was a significant difference before and after the intervention using cognitive restructuring in the experiment group. Therefore, the technique of cognitive restructuring is effective to reduce student's truancy at Surabaya Pharmacy School.
Wahyu Kusumaningtyas, Ikhwan Aziz Q, Nur Laili, Sri Hartati
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 66-76; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.391

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This study was conducted to determine the significance Gestalt-Prophetic on improving parent awareness on parenting method for early childhood with gadget addiction case. This quasi-experimental study was carried out by involving two groups of parents (N = 74) which divided into two groups, control (N = 38) and experiment (N = 36) group. This study uses the scale of parenting behavior (α = 0.525) referring to the theory proposed by Baumrind (2005). T-test was used to determine the significant differences between both control and experiment group. The control and experiment group have significant differences after receiving treatment and the increase of mean showed that G-Pro is effective to improve parent awareness on parenting method for early childhood with gadget addiction case. The both educational (t = -2.20, p = < 0.05) and vocational (t = 2.50, p = < 0.05) background showed difference mean and standard deviation. The mean between control and experiment group based on educational background showed the highest difference is senior high school and the lowest is elementary school. Then, mean based on the occupational background the highest difference is entrepreneur and the lowest is teacher.
Iyum Tsamratul Ainil Awaliyah, Agus Taufiq, Anne Hafina
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 56-65; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.397

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The school students still show aggressive behavior such as shouting, swearing and glaring when offended, mocking, kicking and fighting, all of these are because of the uncontrolled anger. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of sociodrama within psychoeducational group to improve anger management skills for class XI students of State Madrasah Aliyah 3 Majalengka. A quasi-experimental method with 30 participants of class XI State Madrasah Aliyah 3 Majalengka were administered. The random sampling technique was used in this study. The results of 40 items test for anger management skills scale obtained 30 items are valid (α = 0.90). Data analysis to determine the effectiveness of the sociodrama to improve anger management skills through Wilcoxon test. The results showed the skills to manage anger of students generally in the medium category, it means that students already have the skills to manage anger but it is not yet been consistent, therefore, sometimes students showed aggressive behavior and sociodrama technique within psychoeducational group is effective to improve students anger management skills.