ISSN / EISSN : 2656-4912 / 2656-4785
Published by: STIT Palapa Nusantara Lombok NTB (10.36088)
Total articles ≅ 33
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AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 98-112; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.1071
The purpose of this study was to determine the increase in mathematics learning outcomes through the application of the guided discovery method by optimizing the use of student worksheets for Class VI students of SD Negeri 39 Mataram for the 2019/2020 academic year. This research is a classroom action research. The subjects in this study were 37 students of class VI SD Negeri 39 Mataram with 20 male students and 17 female students. Data collection techniques used were observation, documentation, and tests. Observation is used to collect interest in learning data. The test is used to measure learning achievement in Mathematics subjects. The data analysis used was descriptive qualitative and quantitative descriptive. The results showed that: Guided discovery method can improve mathematics learning outcomes of mixed arithmetic operation material in grade VI SD Negri 39 Mataram. Mathematics learning outcomes have increased with learning completeness 61.16% in the initial conditions to 78.38% in cycle I to 91.89% in cycle II classical student learning completeness has been achieved. From the increase in student activity, student activity increased from the acquisition score of 79.17% in cycle I, to 91.67% in cycle II. Based on data analysis, it was found that student activity in the learning process of Mathematics with the guided discovery method, the most dominant was working using tools / media, listening to / paying attention to teacher explanations, and discussions between students / between students and teachers. So it can be said that student activity can be categorized as active. Meanwhile, teacher activity increased from the acquisition score of 77.78% in the first cycle to 95.83% in the second cycle. For teacher activities during learning have implemented the steps of the guided discovery method by optimizing the use of student worksheets properly.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 66-82; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.1003
This study aims to determine the writing of specific instructional objectives at SDN SARAKAN 2. The method that will be used at the time of research is descriptives method through a qualitative approach. The object to be studied is a grade 3 teacher at SDN SARAKAN 2. The process to be used at this time is interview and documentation techniques. The formulation of specific learning objectives includes only learners and behavior. The teaching method in genral the teacher applies the lecture method using the powerpoint slide media which takes place when online learning begins and online question and answer wuestions are the given online and the assignment is collected. Special instructional management is manidested in the presence of a coordinator who is responsible for equipment and supplies such as primary school teachers or commonly referred to as homeroom teachers, who have design favtors, namely: 1) Espertise in designing online-based learning; 2) Realization of teacher training; 3) The skill of applying concepts to new situations in different ways; 4) Make the school a learning organization; 5) The school is able to manage in planning, organizing, coordinating and supervising; 6) The ability to solve problems with systematic step in learning; 7) Skill to elaborate and evaluate learning outcomes.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 49-65; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.1002
Based on the results of the research carried out shows an increased student understanding in online learning. Increased learning involves postif on the understanding of students who are experiencing the ability to learn using online systems. The corona virus' online learning initially affected the languishing economic world, but now its effects are felt by the world of education as well. The policy taken by many countries including Indonesia includes liberalizing all educational activities, leading governments and associated institutions to create alternative educational processes for both student and student who are unable to carry out the education process in education institutions. The purpose of research is to identify the content of class iii learning models during the pandemic. Qualitative research with literature methods and interview/observation methods. Literature study isa study that is used in collecting information and data with the help of a wide range of materials available in libraries such as documents, books, magazines, history stories, news stories, and so on. The location and research subject are class 3, base 1 students to be conducted in January 2021.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 17-29; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.999
The development of learning to read can be done through the use of three channels of character education implementation, namely through teaching materials, learning models, and authentic assessment. Authentic assessment is the most important channel because the use of authentic assessment will include the selection of teaching materials and learning models. Authentic assessment guides learning through the creation of various learning activities carried out by students during the learning process which contains character content. Learning between Reading Interest and Learning Motivation of Class V SDN KAROLINA Students. The purpose of this study was to obtain clarity and objective information about learning between reading interest and learning motivation of grade V SDN KAROLINA students. The method used in this research is descriptive method with the form of research is a learning study. This means that there is significant learning between reading interest and learning motivation of grade V SDN KAROLINA students.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 30-48; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.1001
This research was conducted at SDN Curug 1. The purpose of this study was to determine the use of learning designs in improving reading skills of third grade students. The object of this research is a class III teacher at SDN Curug 1. The method used in this research is qualitative research using observation, interview and documentation techniques. Class teachers at SDN Curug 1 use the design method of learning to read aloud and fast and the teacher also uses the existing library in the form of interesting reading books so that students are expected to be able to improve their reading skills.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 1-16; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.998
In the modern era, information technology has experienced very rapid development, especially in education, the use of the internet in education continues to grow. E-leraning is a form of learning that utilizes electronic devices, whether using internet access or not. In the world of education itself, the use of internet access has been widely used for the use of applications / systems as a learning medium. The world of education is currently being shocked by the emergence of the spread of the Covid-19 virus, which indirectly has an impact on the world of education. One of the effects that we feel today is the implementation of online learning for students, from all levels throughout Indonesia. As educators, of course they must be able to adapt appropriately so that the learning process can still run optimally, even though learning is carried out with an online system, of course one of the things that must be prepared by an educator, in order to implement online learning is effectiveness and accuracy in selecting learning media by adjusting the condition of students. One of the media that can be used is Whattshap, because Whattshap has many features such as sending messages, sending pictures, videos, sounds, creating groups and others and is easy to operate. In this paper, we will try to describe how useful WA is in supporting student distance learning, the constraints faced and how the advantages / advantages are.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 83-97; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i2.1070
This research discusses the concept of an expert in the KHES which is a guideline for shari'ah economic practitioners so that the Compilation of Sharia Economic Laws should be a study. Especially for experts (who are capable of law), it is quite an important discussion to be parsed, studied and discussed. Given that legal competence has an important position in the contract because it is a condition that must be met by the contract subject which implies that the contract can be considered valid or not. In this research, the researcher examines the concept of expert in KHES from the perspective of Islamic law (the opinion of the ulama) which is contained in fiqh books, as well as the integration of existing regulations in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to provide an understanding of the community as legal subjects, so that the contracts they do are not only correct under Islamic law, but also not against Indonesian positive law. Besides that, as a guideline for economic or legal practitioners, the existing articles must be studied. So that in this study there were things that the researchers found in KHES that needed to get additional, namely, barriers to skills. This research is in the form of literature using a normative-juridical approach, where most of the data sources are in the form of fiqh literature, and books relating to research material. It is said to be normative-juridical, because this research examines a legal norm, namely legislation with legal doctrine analysis. So that in this study the researchers describe in a qualitative-descriptive form. The legal competence referred to in KHES is actually an expertyatul ada '(active skill) in fiqh or ushul fiqh. Legal competence in KHES applies to personal legal subjects and legal entities, the requirements that must be possessed by personal legal subjects are adults at the age of 18 or married. As for a legal entity it can be considered legally competent if it does not fail. The provision of legal competence with these conditions is more inclined to the opinion of the hanafi school, both according to Imam Hanafi himself and according to Abu Yusuf and Muhammad Ibn Hasan.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 49-54; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i1.637
This research is motivated by the problem that there is no defivinitive learning evaluation standard for children who have advantages and disadvantages even though they get aducational services in incluve classes. Therefor,this study aims to find solutions to solving problems of learning evaluation planning systems, forms of evaluation forms of reporting of evaluation results. Which is included in the inclusive class of this study is focused on planning the evaluation of learning, the form of evaluation carried out, and the form of evaluation reports that have been carried out in inclusive classes contained in the GLOBAL CENDEKIA SCHOOLAR this research was conducted by interview, observation, documentation methods.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 55-60; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i1.605
Student learning outcomes are influenced by many factors, including student interst and learning motivation. Learning outcomes are a number of experiences gained by students who encompass the cognivite realm is the ability of students to work on the problems given. This article discusses the influence of students interest and motivation on learning outcomes in lesson sd in SDIT GLOBAL CENDIKIA. To improve learning outcomes it is necessary to develop a learning method that can improve student activities and learning outcomes through classroom action research. This research method uses data collection in the from of observation. From the analysis of student learning outcomes obtained in the cognitive domain that value of student evaluation questions given by the teacher when the learning process takes place. The results of this study can be used SDIT GLOBAL CENDIKIA to find out the learning styles of student learning outcomes and can be used for considerration of schools and parents of students to improve attention to students, especially those in grades V AND VI.
AS-SABIQUN, Volume 2, pp 18-42; doi:10.36088/assabiqun.v2i1.613
In the learning process, the teacher is not enough just to deliver the material or what is commonly referred to as the transfer of knowledge. Because in learning there are several aspects of assessment that must be done by the teacher to students, namely cognitive aspects, affective aspects, and psychomotor aspects. Therefore, for the realization of learning objectives with optimal results, the teacher needs to recognize the characteristics of each student. We will find that individual variations are usually the result of interactions between hereditary and environmental influences simultaneously, which ultimately results in a unique human being. Therefore as a teacher should be able to understand the characteristics and properties of each individual or student. Specific ways and methods and apply them directly in learning so that they know the differences of their students and how to overcome them in ways that are easily captured or understood by students.