Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan

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ISSN / EISSN : 2527-4449 / 2548-7892
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Feri Wagiono, Syahrial Shaddiq, Sakman Sakman, Suprayitno Suprayitno
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 43-55; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.877

This article aimed to determine the application of learning-gradual based education through traditional games as a learning medium and to find out the strengths and weaknesses of implementing traditional games. This type of research is qualitative. The research subjects consisted of school principals, teachers, and students at MTS Miftahul Huda 2 Palangka Raya. Data collection techniques in this study used interview, observation, and documentation. The concept of education learning-gradual (LEGAL) combines the concept of learning gradually through traditional games as a medium of primary school learning in Miftahul Huda 2 Palangka Raya. In a traditional game, it has cultural worth and national character consists of mutual cooperation, cooperation, hard work, and democracy and can improve other aspects of child advancing, namely motoric, cognitive, emotional, language, social, spiritual, ecological as well as worth and moral aspects. The weakness is teachers struggle to divide the playgroup because students storm and run. It is hoped that teachers can implement traditional games as a learning medium, so that a nation's generation that loves local wisdom, culture, and morality is a relationship. Keywords: Education of Learning-Gradual, Traditional Games, .Mambe Tampun
Sri Lestari, Ma’Ruf Akbar, Budi Santoso
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 133-141; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.1027

Teacher’s quality has a great influence on the success of achieving educational goals. Therefore, the teacher’s quality must be improved through an appropriate supervisory strategy. The purpose of this study was to determine the supervision strategy in improving the quality of teachers at Universitas Islam As-Syafi’iyah. The method used descriptive qualitative. Data collecting techniques were interviews and documentation. Data were analyzed by using three stages: data reduction, data exposure and analysis, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that the supervisory strategy undertaken was the procurement of Mendeley training activities, training in the use of sisters and syllables, teaching and learning seminars, further studies, scholarships, evaluating teacher’s performance and auditing activities in stages and regularly. It had implications for the performance of teachers so that the learning process and teaching become more quality. Thus, educational goals that have been set can be achieved. Keywords: Supervision Strategy, Teacher Quality, Performance Quality
Arnadi Arnadi
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 142-150; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.1198

This article revisited the relevance of returning students home's national policy while avoiding the dangers of coronavirus 2019 in the school environment. There has been no medical certainty stating that the danger of the Coronavirus spread among schools is that the government must issue policies that are without good reason as the safest solution. On the other hand, the policy of returning students to study at home also raises some doubts. This study intended to examine various literatures on the suitability of government policies regarding school closures that have been running for almost one year. The data were then analyzed using a descriptive phenomenological approach to obtain medical reasons related to the risk of spreading the virus among school adolescents. Finally, the researchers found that the government policy to repatriate students is still motivated by excessive concern about the transmission of the epidemic among students in the school environment. Until now, the government has not had a strong reason to close schools to avoid the virus. On the other hand, this policy may impact on student learning and other socio-economic disadvantages. Thus, the government would consider these findings in evaluating policies related to overcoming the dangers of the pandemic in the school environment, which consider the disadvantages of education. Keywords: Learning from Home, School Closure Policy, Learning in Covid-19 Condition
Muhammad Fuad Zaini, Syafaruddin Syafaruddin
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 95-106; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.649

This article aimed to determine the existing leadership behavior in the school as an effort to improve the quality of education by implementing programs, communication, and motivation. This research used qualitative methods in case study. The researchers used triangulation, observation, interviews, and documentation in data collecting methods. The results showed that the implementation of activity programs such as training can improve the quality and professionalism of teachers. Coaching extracurricular activities can add insight and soft skills to students. The implementation of the Adiwiyata Dimadrasah program aimed at creating awareness of loving the environment and as a place for learning. The communication applied by the principal was interpersonal communication, two-way, and feedback. The form of motivation towards madrasah citizens was exemplified by performance, professional, procedural and agents of change. Keywords: Leadership, Quality of Education, Teacher Professionalism
Sarjdana Orba Manullang, Erwinsyah Satria
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 1-13; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.1036

This article was to determine the voice of the international community in responding to the challenges of school closure policies during the 2019 Covid-19 pandemic. Effort to break the chain transmission of Covid-19 was believed to be closely related to the closure of all business activities including schools around the world. In order to understand the impacts and challenges of school closure, a series of critical searches were undertaken on various online sources, for instance news updates publications, practitioners, and school reactions to unplanned global policies to obligate students learning from home. The collecting data was analyzed using a qualitative phenomenological approach and in-depth interpretation to at the collective voice fulfills the reliability and validity of the research problem. The findings indicated that 16 international voices from different perspectives show relatively deep concern about school closures. Voices from these discussions were matched with existing questions and knowledge about difficulties resulting from school closures. The findings of this study can be categorized into three votes; First are voices in support of the national school closure policy. Second, questioning national policies without prior data. Third, there is concern that families face serious challenges in supporting children learning from home with low facilities and the ability to handle student needs. Therefore, these voices would provide essential insights for further decision-making regarding community school participation in supporting of government in fighting the coronavirus epidemic. Hence, a similar study was needed as additional research evidence that helps the government anticipate the spread of this deadly virus, especially in countries and regions experiencing different impacts. Keywords: School Closure Policy in Covid-19, Learning from Home Policy, Covid-19
Subandi Subandi
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 107-121; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.1195

Quality management was a systemic mechanism in ensuring the sustainability of University. This lack of quality Islamic Religious Higher Education / Perguruan Tinggi Keagamaan Islam (PTKI) including Islamic Religious Higher Education NU / Perguruan Tinggi Keagamaan Islam Nahdlatul Ulama (PTKI NU) resulted less productive and competitive. The aim of this research was to describe the implementation of the development of high-quality management education in the Islamic Religious Higher Education of Nahdlatul Ulama or Perguruan Tinggi Keagamaan Islam Nahdlatul Ulama (PTKI NU). The method was qualitative based on multisitus through inductive analysis. The result showed that in planning of quality management education which was done by three PTKI NU was systemic and structured, where each University was oriented to improve the quality academic, with varying strategies through a needs analysis process. Next, the implementation of quality management aspects of higher education of three PTKI NU varied and has the same quality management aspects, namely carry out the procedure, preparation of human resources through training, financial support, and focus on in integration of two areas of quality : quality of students and Tri Darma Peguruan Tinggi. Furthermore, the evaluation aspects of quality management implemented mechanisms of self-evaluation, internal academic quality audit. Keywords: Quality Education Management, Quality Development Model Education Management
Nurfuadi Nurfuadi
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 151-163; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.1014

This article analyzed the teachers’ role of Islamic Religious Education in Madrasah, in managing learning to improve the good quality and professional learning. This method used descriptive qualitative approach by exploring the teachers in the management learning quality of three schools, for instance Madrsah Aliyah (MA) Al-Ikhsan Beji Kedung Banteng Banyumas, Madrasah Aliyah Negeri (MAN) 1 Banyumas, and MAN 2 Banyumas. The competent and smart teachers would be able to develop the students’ learning, either in a professional or responsible manner. Through pedagogical abilities, the teachers were able to independently improve the development of their knowledge by reviewing, internalizing, and realizing the output of learners competing in the education world. The researcher found that professional teachers were able to deliver the students to have a righteous attitude in both school and outside of school. Keywords: Pedagogical Competencies, Learning Quality Management, Development Pedagogical Competence
Lia Amalia, Neti Karnati, Nurhatatti Fuad
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 122-132; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.783

The article was to find out the strategy in 9-year compulsory basic education policy implementation in Serang. The achievement of compulsory education programs supported the achievement of the vision and mission of national education. All Indonesian citizens have the opportunity to receive basic education. The study focused on planning, development of policy stabilization patterns, socialization, and monitoring. This study used a qualitative descriptive method. The process of collecting data used observation, documents and interviews. Data analysis techniques were data reduction, data presentation, discussion and conclusions. The results show that the process of the nine-year compulsory basic education program has been carried out sequentially in accordance with the activities specified to achieve the program's objectives. Thus, the results of this study recommend that the government in Serang used the appropriate strategy as local tradition and culture. Keywords: Basic 9-Years Compulsory Education, Education Policy, Management Education
Martha Betaubun, Nasrawati Nasrawati
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 68-82; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.1181

The air quality index (AQI) in Papua has the best index among other provinces in Indonesia. Papua has different geographical and social conditions than western Indonesia. In particular, forests in Papua are more numerous with fewer industries and automobiles than provinces in western Indonesia. The article aims to determine respondents' perceptions related to climate change awareness and pro-environmental behavior (PEB) in regions that have AQI in Indonesia, namely Papua. This study uses a survey strategy through a questionnaire instrument for students who have received the application of digital literacy and gamification in the English for Specific Purposes class. The questionnaire was distributed to be filled in by respondents with a total number of responses totaling 164 responses from students of engineering faculty. This study identified that respondents' awareness of climate change was in the moderately aware category (M = 3.8). These findings are directly proportional to PEB respondents who are at the middle level (M = 3.9). Furthermore, analysis of the data shows that respondents are highly aware (M = 4.3) that humans have a responsibility for climate change, and respondents are highly concern (M = 4.4) to carry out forestation both by individuals and community. The finding implication of this study is learning through digital literacy and gamification has a positive potential to be applied through policy and developed into a learning model to increase awareness of climate change and PEB. Keywords: Climate Change, Pro-environmental Behavior, Digital Literacy, Englsih for Specific Puprposes
Marzia Khatan Smita, Fajlay Rabbi, Shoeab Mohammad
Jurnal Iqra' : Kajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Volume 5, pp 14-29; doi:10.25217/ji.v5i2.953

In South Asia, numerous slum children were deprived of education upon several socio-economic grounds, and many children still dropout of non-formal schools despite receiving free non-formal education. This study aims to explore the reasons for dropping out of non-formal schools and the socio-demographic situation of slum children in Dhaka City. Fifty non-formal dropout slum children were selected conveniently as participants employing a mixed research design. A semi-structured schedule of questionnaire and interview was used as instruments for collecting data. Both qualitative and quantitative data were collected simultaneously to explore the slum children's dropout situation. Twelve reasons of their dropout have been reported. In addition to explaining the reasons for their dropping out, two frameworks were presented in detail. Most slum non-formal students dropped out of their schools for the pulling out factors and reasons related to household. Recommendations for reducing slum children's school dropout and persuasive strategies for future work in this field have been addressed. Keywords: Non-formal School, Dropout, Slum Children, Non-formal Education.
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