At-Tafkir

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ISSN / EISSN : 1979-9357 / 2620-5858
Published by: Institut Agama Islam Negeri Langsa (10.32505)
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At-Tafkir, Volume 15, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v15i1.3943

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Limitations of the teacher's ability to innovate in classroom learning result in low learning outcomes for learners. So that this becomes a special note on supervision activities that are routinely carried out by the principal. the purpose of this research is to provide guidance and exercises to teachers in implementing the learning models suggested in K-13 to be used in the classroom. The research method used is school action research, with the number of study subjects as many as 29 teachers. Instrume used in the form of worksheets and observation sheets. Analysis of the data used uses deceptive statistics. The results showed that there was an increase in the competence of teacher professionalism in applying the learning model in the classroom through the in-house training program. Therefore, this IHT program is highly recommended to be used in various training to help teachers who are struggling and want to develop themselves
Muhammad Alpin Hascan, Tasman Hamami
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 190-203; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.2456

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The implementation of the 2013 Curriculum until now is increasingly reaping problems. Although this curriculum has been running for seven years, it seems that this curriculum still has obstacles in some schools, especially in the field of Islamic religious education studies. This research aims to find out and examine the difficulties experienced by PAI teachers in implementing the 2013 Curriculum in the city of Medan. This research uses a descriptive qualitative approach that is studied through literature studies. Data collection was obtained through interview techniques with PAI teachers in Medan. The results of this study show that there are several difficulties experienced by PAI teachers in the implementation of the 2013 Curriculum, including lack of understanding of the teacher itself with the content of the 2013 curriculum as a whole, inadequate facilities as a means of support in supporting learning. Some learning materials require a time allocation that is more than the specified time. The solution offered in this case first; increased knowledge and application of the 2013 curriculum for teachers. It can be done by following open discussions, training and other intellectual activities. In addition, teachers are required to be creative in designing learning through innovative media and good learning strategies and methods.
Marissa Yunita Azhari, Jelita, Fenny Anggreni
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 106-115; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.3311

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The purpose of this research is to find out how the students' mathematical understanding of the concepts before and after the use of the Dakota defense equipment and whether the Dakota defense apparatus affects the students' understanding of the mathematical concepts in MIS.Research of the quasi-experiment of the kind of Nonequivalent Control Group Design.In this study the sample used was a class IV A as an experimental group and a class IV as a control group with 15 students each. The sample was taken using a Simple Random Sampling technique with a method of drawing. Data were analyzed using percentages and T test, namely SPSS. The results showed that student’s understanding of mathematical concepts before and after using the Dakota teaching aids was increasing, this was evidenced by the percentage of understanding mathematical concepts before using the teaching aids was 34,33%, while after using the Dakota teaching aids the percentage of understanding mathematical concepts wa 80,6%. As for the t-test, it was 4,267 with a sig (2-tailed) of 0,000. Since sig got a < 0.05 so significantly then we can assume Ha accepted that there is an influence of Dakota's defense on the student's understanding of the mathematical concept at MIS Integrated Langsa
Zaenuri, Rahmah Zaqiyatul Munawaroh
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 168-177; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.3431

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In the study of this discussion, the author explains the history of the development and codification of hadith from the time of the prophet, the companions and the tabi’in. things like this are certainly very important and basic before studying more broadly about hadith. The urgency of the purpose of this discussion is to study the history of hadith from time to time. This paper is expected to be an entry point in studying other hadith sciences, both in terms of their distribution, as seen from the number of narrators of their quality. The type of research method used in this research is a study of literature or literature with a descriptive qualitative approach. The result of this discussion is the development of hadith at this time, the Muslim community still does not understand hadith or write hadith. At this time the prophet always emphasized to his companions to understand the hadith and convey it to Muslims. The companies themselves are considered to have received a lot of hadith and some are also few due to factors of residence, area, age and so on. One of the greatest policies of the prophet regarding the maintenance of both of them was to command the companions to memorize and write the Qur’an, and officially appointed a revelation writer who was in charge of recording every verse of the Qur’an that was revealed under the direct instructions of the Prophet SAW. Many of the property's traditions, so the tabi’in, who are the companions’ disciples, also collect a lot of the prophet’s hadiths and even this collection is arranged in an orderly manner. The method used by the tabi’in in collecting and recording hadith is through meetings (al-talaqqi) with their friends and then the record what they get from the meeting.
, Nazaruddin Nazaruddin, Yuni Afrilita
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 116-133; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.2591

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Curriculum management is concerned with how a curriculum is designed, implemented, and controlled (evaluated and ultimately refined) by who carries it out, when it is timed, and within which scope it is implemented. The purpose of this study is to describe the steps to develop curriculum management that is standardized and adjusts to the development of the community so that there can be a mutually beneficial relationship between school and community citizens. The research method used is the research library model. The results of the study showed that curriculum management is structured based on the basic concepts of curriculum management and learning starting from curriculum planning and learning, school work programs, and finally curriculum evaluation and learning.
Razali Mahmud, Legiman Legiman
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 178-189; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.3493

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The purpose of this study is to find out the strategies, barriers, and solutions for improving English language competence for PAI students from the Tarbiyah and Teacher Training Faculty of IAIN Langsa. The research method used is descriptive qualitative method. The research subjects were 12 PAI Study Program students and 3 lecturers who taught English courses at PAI Study Program. The instruments used are interviews and documentation. Data analysis was carried out by data triangulation. The results of the research are (1) Strategies to increase English competence in PAI students by applying various learning strategies to mastering the four English competencies, namely reading, speaking, writing, listening continuously, (2) As for the obstacles in improving English competence in PAI students of the FTIK IAIN Langsa faculty, namely the low English competence of students so that in the process of learning English, they are not so serious and focus on learning. and Learning facilities such as audio-visual are still very limited. The time and number of credits provided is still inadequate in the expected learning process. (3) The solution is that PAI students need to change their main set or their views in studying English courses. They must foster a sense of love and confidence in following the English learning process, from the lecturers, it is hoped that in the learning process they can apply various methods or strategies in order to apply the new strategies found. The faculty is expected to increase the quantity of learning facilities such as audio-visual and others so that the learning process is not constrained or hampered.
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 134-149; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.1936

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The highest knowledge of the Sufis is ma'rifah which is obtained through disciplinary practice, through riyadhah and mujahada which are here referred to as Sufi epistemology. These paths are cultivated in a disciplined, methodological and objective manner so as to enable the Sufis to compile their treatises in a standard manner. As one of the most famous scholars in the archipelago, Hamzah Fansuri in the book Sharb Al-Ashiqĭn also compiled standard treatises regarding this Sufi path. Through this philosophical analysis, Hamzah Fansuri's model of Sufism epistemology is explained. The results of this study indicate that to reach the state of knowledge, a person must take spiritual steps, be under the guidance of a teacher, lead a simple life and always put their trust in Allah SWT.
Muslem Muslem
Published: 11 November 2021
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 150-167; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i2.3490

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This research was aimed to find out the EFL students’ difficulties and psychological impact of online learning during coronavirus (COVID-19 ) at IAIN Langsa. This research used a qualitative approach. Documentation and interview were used to collect the data in this research. The subject of this research was EFL students of the English education department at the sixth-semester students of IAIN Langsa. The result of this research showed that the students encountered several difficulties in learning online consisting of; Internet data, internet connection, difficulties in doing assignments, intrusion, lack of experience in using technology, comprehending the lesson of EFL and interaction between students and lecturer. On the other hand, the psychological impact of online learning encountered by the students such as; frustration and feeling sadness
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 27-49; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i1.2898

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The long journey of madrasas cannot be separated from the long history of this world. Its existence which is full of twists and turns in order to maintain the existence of Islam becomes something unique to him. Since Indonesia's independence even long before that, the madrasa has contributed a lot in educating the lives of Muslim communities. Although in its journey, it always gets a stumbling around the regulations. The dynamics they experience make madrasa always up to date to discuss.
Rinta Dwi Anggraini, Ahmad Nurcholis
At-Tafkir, Volume 14, pp 17-26; https://doi.org/10.32505/at.v14i1.2385

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Feminism is suspected of being a women’s rebellious movement to deny the nature of being a woman and as a driving force to obtain women rights. Feminist ideology demands gender injustice. In preaching, men dominate the spread of Islam than women. Although the implementation of da’wah is predominantly male, there are also many da'iyah in Indonesia, one of which is Ainun. Gender differences do not make Ainun despair in achieving her dream as a doctor. So that this becomes unique to examine. This research uses qualitative methods with a feminist approach. The result of this study was the determine Ainun da’wah massage in the movie Habibie & Ainun 3, as well as the problems of Ainun as a da’iyah in Indonesia. Ainun can be used as an aspiration and role model for Indonesian people in education, concern, and desire to realize their dreams.
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