At- Tarbawi

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ISSN / EISSN : 2086-9754 / 2656-6370
Current Publisher: IAIN Langsa (10.32505)
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, Seka Andrean
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 216-227; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2192

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Since long time ago the position of women became second class in the view of society. Not only in obtaining social status, they also get this diksriminasi in health and education. In this paper aims to discuss some of the things that become unease about Islamic education received by women. Although many islamic leaders are well known, unfortunately the drivers of women's Islamic education in Indonesia are very difficult and rare to find. This research uses library research using philosophical approach. Data collection techniques used in articles are by documentation techniques that collect data material in the form of sources of books in the library, articles related to writings related to research. The results showed that women's standing is needed trobosan and movement proves directly through various things and various fields. The establishment of a girls' early childhood school, to build a university based on Islam that combines it with general science, is able to open the face of women as a figure worthy to be recognized the greatness of Islamic Education received by these women contains a variety of knowledge that is able to improve their position and position as a mother and as a wife.
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 132-139; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2068

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The education crisis, especially Islamic education, will greatly affect social policies or behaviour, it requires us to continue to develop education, especially in the field of Islamic education. Education, in general, is within the scope of roles, functions and goals that are not different. All aim to uphold human dignity as well as the goals of Islamic education. This study aims to determine the objectives of Islamic education, epistemology and ontology of Islamic education. This research is a type of library research, which is a research activity carried out by collecting data from various types of literature from the library. So, in this study, the author will collect data from various literature from books, journal articles and other types of work related to the subject matter of this article. The results showed that Islamic education aims to manifest Islamic values in the human person that Muslim educators strive for through a process that results in a student with a Muslim personality, faith, piety, and knowledge so that they can develop themselves into obedient servants of Allah.
, Muthia Roza
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 165-179; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2065

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Innovation in learning is needed. One of the innovations that can be done is innovation from within students, namely adversity quotient and self-efficacy which can generate interest in learning and improve student learning outcomes. This study aims to conduct a literature review on adversity quotient and self-efficacy and their relation to mathematics learning. The research method chosen in this study is the SLR (Systematic Literature Review) method. Data collection was carried out by documenting and reviewing all articles regarding adversity quotient and self-efficacy published in the 2011-2020 period. The articles used in this study were 30accredited national journal articles obtained from the Google Scholar database using the Publish or Perish application. Based on this research, it was found that adversity quotient and self-efficacy can improve mathematics learning, learning outcomes and learning effectiveness of students.
Indah Mayangsari, , Tari I, Irva Rani Zulaikha, Fisca Aprita Dewi
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 238-245; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2195

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An inclusive school where a school allocates all children without exception to one room regardless of differences in physical, intellectual, social, emotional and other conditional. This includes children with disabilities, children who are lazy to learn, children who are not gifted, street children, who are in the lower class. Inclusive education technology provides a very wide open and friendly space in learning, the inclusive education system always prioritizes mutual respect for differences. Therefore the inclusive educational technology system aims to remove barriers and solve problems and support the implementation of inclusive education for children with special needs. Several adaptive technologies are very important, namely NVDA (Non-Visual Desktop Access), JAWS (Job Access With Speech), I-Chat (I Can hear and talk). This service intends not to differentiate between children from one another, regardless of their background, economy and culture, so that they can develop learning like children in general. improving the success of the goals of inclusive school education.
, Wildan Nuril Ahmad Fauzi
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 228-237; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2193

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The first education a child obtains is through the family. The purpose of this study is to find out about how children's education policy is in the perspective of the family environment. The method used is library research. The results showed that the family is not just a gathering place for fathers, mothers and children. But it is in the family that the individual develops and that is where the beginning of the socialization process is formed and through interaction with him he acquires his knowledge, skills, interests, values, emotions, and attitudes in life and thus he obtains tranquillity and tranquillity. Factors that affect the way parents educate, relationships between family members, the atmosphere of the house, the state of the family economy, the understanding of parents, and the background of family culture
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 140-150; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.1846

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The purpose of this study is to determine the role and rights of women in Islamic and Western views. Islam is a grace to all nature and although we know that women are created from male ribs, Islam never states that women’s degrees are below men. The methodology used literature studies. As for the research results that the role of women is said to be important because of the many heavy loads it has to deal with, even the burdens that men should have been imposing. Women have equal and equal rights in Islam in contrast to those prosecuted by Western women who demand equality and identification between men and women in every respect. The point of departure they use in this is that their rights must be equal, identical and comparable. There is no privilege and primacy for either of them. Equations are different from those of the identities. The gender equations many westerners had buzzed, evidently having permeated into the body of these Muslims' Muslims. They had been fooled by the thoughts of the westerners, not even a few of whom were to screech the thought. Natural law is fixed in nature to have regulated gender relations in society. So, when in society there is and there is a female subordination phenomenon, it is due to female biological factors. Some answers about the low role of public dissector women due to biological constraints, such as menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding. All of them became women's inhibitors to play a significant role in society.
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 189-202; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2036

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The article discusses how aqil baligh education in schools can be implanted by teachers so that between baligh and aqil parallels hand in hand, there is no gap between the two. Data collection using review literature methods analyzes various information from various writing sources of both books, modules, journal articles and other research results. To implement aqil baligh education in schools can be done by taking three steps. The first step is to make the educational targets that of designing the proper curriculum in order. Which functions are that it parallels biological maturity, psychological and social maturity as well as financial. Second, implementing a project-based learning process that is, a learning model that develops an understanding of concepts through meaningful problem investigation and can produce a real product or real experience such as an internship. Third, learning by creating learning communities through the learning cooperative learning model. The method of cooperative learning is shown to improve learner learning independence.
Muhammad Yusuf Siregar,
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 180-188; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.1832

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The purpose of this study was to determine teacher strategies in improving the quality of teaching during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The research was conducted with a descriptive qualitative method using a naturalistic qualitative approach, data were collected through observation and interviews. The subjects are the principal and teacher. The results showed that online learning made it easier for teachers to transfer information in various situations and conditions because online learning was supported by various platforms ranging from discussions to face-to-face virtually. However, this needs to be evaluated and adjusted to local conditions, given the ability of parents to provide different online learning facilities. The key is to maximize the ability of students to learn in a pandemic like this.
, Rafiqa Rafiqa, Yosef Teguh Siregar
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 151-164; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2054

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The focus of the problem statement of this article is whether the educational environment can develop English vocabulary? This study aims to find out that the education environment can develop students’ vocabulary. The significance of this study is expected to give useful information on English teaching and learning process, especially in learning English vocabulary based on the education environment. In this case, the researcher used experimental as a research method, and She used random sampling technique in choosing the sample. Vocabulary test as a research instrument, it consists of 20 items, then pretest and posttest were used to collected data, statistic analysis as a technique of data analysis. Based on the result of the data analysis and the discussion of the result in the previous chapter, the writer would like to put forward conclusion that the school environment is a good medium in the teaching-learning process especially to develop students’ vocabulary
Jefri Soni
Published: 10 November 2020
At- Tarbawi, Volume 12, pp 203-216; doi:10.32505/tarbawi.v12i2.2188

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The purpose of the study was to increase the participation of learners in online learning using the tajak sare method. The subject in the study was a learner of MIPA 1's XII class of 26 people. Research design uses a class action research design of as many as 2 cycles. The action that was committed was the ascetic of applying tajak sare methods. This method stands for questioning, correction (reinforcement), information sharing and reps (repetition). The method focuses on the participation of learners on indicators of noticing lessons, asking and answering, giving rebuttals/opinions, and collecting tasks on time. On each cycle consists of 2 learning encounters through video conference. In the first cycle, the learner participation level is only 37.96% classically and it increases to 64.35% in the second cycle. The magnitude of the increase between the two cycles is 26.39%. The results of this study showed that the application of sare tajak methods in online learning through video conferences could improve learner participation
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