ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam)
ISSN / EISSN : 2622-8912 / 2622-8920
Current Publisher: IAIN Langsa (10.32505)
Total articles ≅ 42
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ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 106-121; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1794
Children are the mandate from Allah in that children have the rights to live and be loved by parents. Children’s growth and development are very dependent upon how parents educate and guide them. Children are like white paper given the potential by Allah, and such potential must be developed by parents in any condition and situation even though, for instance in a particular case, the parents must get divorce. Departing from this argument, this study aimed to find out a depiction of children's (17 children) education continuity after their parents got divorce in Babakan Baru Village, Bermani Ulu Raya District, Rejang Lebong Regency, Bengkulu. This study used a qualitative approach with key informants referring to parents who got divorce, close family members, child victims of divorce, and community and religious leaders. In addition, the marriage registrars of KUA in Bernani Ulu Raya were involved as the secondary informants. The data were obtained from observations and interviews, and they were analyzed using the approach of Miles et al with the stages encompassing data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusion. This study found the conclusion that the continuity of children's education after parental divorce in Babakan Baru Village was not solely grounded in parental divorce, but it was more dominantly influenced by economic factors and parents' awareness of the importance of children’s education.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 131-141; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1887
The goal of all learning efforts is for students to learn. In learning, students are subjects who are actively learning. Student success in learning is influenced by the quality of the student's activity. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of student activity in online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic from the aspects of visual activity, oral activity, listening activity, writing activity, emotional activity,and mental activity.This research Uses a descriptive quantitative approach. Data collection was carried out at two locations, namely the Vocational High School (SMK) and State Madrasah Aliyah (MAN) of 144 students. The instrument used to collect the data was a Scale of Students Active by Zamratul Aini, and questionnaires are distributed online through the Google Forms application. The results showed that in general the activeness of students in the online learning process was in the high category. The results of the research can be used as input for the counselor in planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating guidance and counseling programs according to the analysis of student needs. Besides, it can also serve as input for the Principal to provide support to implementers of guidance and counseling service activities. In its implementation, counselors need to collaborate with various parties, both school personnel and other parties outside the school, so that the success of these guidance and counseling services can be achieved optimally.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 60-75; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1895
The application and understanding of good coping stress certainly becomes an important thing in the current period. This paper aims to describe the contextualization between coping stress in psychology with maqamat and ahwal in Sufism. Research data was extracted through library research obtained from primary sources in the form of articles and corroborated with coping stress books. Secondary sources are articles in journals that implement Sufi both in Sufi life and in practical implementation of Sufi therapy. The results of the study describe the contextualzation and relationship between maqamat and ahwal in Sufism with coping stress in psychology.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 96-105; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1941
Excessive use of smartphones can lead to problematic smartphone use. Problematic smartphone use is a person's inability to regulate smartphone use, which results in many negative consequences in everyday life. This study aims to determine the problematic description of smartphone use in high school students in the Bogor area. This research uses a quantitative approach with descriptive methods. The sampling technique was using the purposive sampling technique. The research instrument used was the MPPUSA (Mobile Phone Problem Use Scale for Adolescent) adaptation instrument. Its aspects consist of tolerance, escape from problems, craving, withdrawal, negative consequences, and social motivation. The results of the instrument trial obtained a reliability coefficient of 0.877. The questionnaire was distributed online using the Google Forms application, with 188 respondents (45 male respondents and 143 female respondents). The scale used is the five-point Likert scale. The results showed that the category of problematic use was 8.50%, the users were at risk of 43.62%, habitual use was 40.96%, and occasional users were 6.91%. The highest percentage of problematic smartphone use aspects is the escape from problem aspect of 67.84% and the lowest is the withdrawal aspect of 43.09%. The implication of the results of this study can be used as a needs analysis in making guidance and counseling service programs in schools by guidance and counseling teachers.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 122-130; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1892
The COVID-19 pandemic is a complex problem in the life of Indonesian society today, including aspects of individual personality. The purpose of this study was to empirically examine the level of adolescent loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study used quantitative method research with a descriptive approach. The sample were 300 adolescents that selected by convenience sampling technique. The results showed that the level of loneliness of adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic was in a quite high category with a proportion of 43%, 10% in high category, and 1,7% in very high category. It means the adolescent need to be more attention so that teenagers can lead a normal life in their daily lives.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 76-86; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1788
This study aims to determine the design of Guidance and counseling programs in Taluba-based schools in the development of the character of learners, to find out the Taluba Character Concepts in the Banjar / Swamp Tribe Society, and to determine the validity of the developmental guidance and counseling program model. The design of this study is the design of educational research and development (Educational Research & Development) Research and development in the context of education is the process used to develop and validate educational products. The stages used in this study were only 8 stages out of 10 stages. The subjects of development in this study were all high schools in Banjarmasin, both public and private. The approach in this study uses qualitative and quantitative approaches. The technique for collecting data is to use interview techniques and documentation in the form of a literature review and use the Delphi to validate the model created by researchers as guidance and counseling experts and practitioners. The target of this research output is to become a speaker at national/international seminars and to be published in Sinta's e-ISSN Journal. The results obtained are based on the results of quantitative and qualitative validation tests by 3 experts in BK Science and 3 Practitioners who are BK teachers/school counselors who indeed understand the science of Guidance and counseling, the six validators alike state that the hypothetical model of the BK program is developed based Taluba character values are very good, useful, easy, proper and appropriate to be used as a reference for BK teachers in providing guidance and counseling services that are integrated with local wisdom and the culture of the Banjar tribe community.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 142-152; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1674
This study aims to determine the process of experience that makes the subject re-accept himself and the guidance obtained by the subject so that he is able to accept himself again. This research is a phenomenological qualitative study with a single informant who does experience broken home families. Data collection was carried out by interview and observation. Data analysis techniques used data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that the process of experience gained through pre-broken home, during broken home, and post-broken home. Meanwhile, the guidance obtained by the subject comes from his grandfather and lover. The implication of the results of this study is to analyze need assessment of the guidance and counseling program for the implementation of family counseling in families experiencing broken homes.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 87-95; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i2.1899
This article discusses the challenges of students in continuing their education to higher education, especially students from vocational or vocational high schools. Vocational (vocational) high school students can continue their education to higher education in addition to having great opportunities to enter the world of work. Students who wish to continue their education to tertiary institutions do not show the required preparation. Likewise, students who will choose to work after completing Vocational High School are less mature in entering the world of work. This study aims to analyze the preparation of students in continuing their education to higher education. This type of research is descriptive research. The research subjects were students of vocational high schools, amounting to 89 people. The questionnaire in this research uses the theory developed by Prayitno. The results showed that at least the number of students who made preparations before they entered college. Thus, it is hoped that the counselor can help improve students' understanding of themselves and their environment, in preparation for entering college.
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 10-18; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i1.1528
Adolescent is one of the stages in human life that is very critical, because it is a stage of transition from childhood to adulthood. At this stage a lot of changes occur in adolescents, such as physical, emotional and social changes. This period of change is commonly referred to as the period of puberty. The puberty period is also considered an overlapping period because it covers the final years of the childhood period and the early years of the teenage period. Changes experienced by adolescents in the puberty period are often troubling because the various changes that occur are considered as a very disturbing clumsiness. As good puberty teenagers, they are expected to understand the physical, emotional and social changes they experience. School counselors have a large role in helping students deal with periods of puberty. This role is reflected in the counseling guidance service provided to help students deal with the period of puberty so that giving birth to a good assessment of the puberty teenager on the changes they experience and puberty teenagers will have a positive self-concept in their lives. Guidance and counseling services provided by school counselors in helping students deal with periods of puberty cannot be done alone. Requires cooperation in the collaborative paradigm in implementing it. The implementation of guidance and counseling services with the collaboration paradigm enables counselors to use other resources to support the implementation of services
ENLIGHTEN (Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling Islam), Volume 3, pp 1-9; doi:10.32505/enlighten.v3i1.1582
This study aims to determine the emotional intelligence of female students who wear the full face veil. This research uses a quantitative approach with descriptive methods. The sampling technique was carried out with a total sampling of 38 students who wore the veil from several universities in Indonesia. The research instrument uses a Likert-shaped Emotional Intelligence Scale owned by Dika Sahputra. Questionnaires are distributed online through the Google Forms application from November 2019 to January 2020. The results showed that in general the emotional intelligence of students who wore the full face veil was in the high category. These results can be used as a basis for making programs for guidance and counseling services in tertiary institutions, as well as being the basis for policy making for university leaders and the government towards female students and women who use the full face veil