Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-9119 / 2549-1113
Current Publisher: Prodi PGSD STKIP PGRI Sumenep (10.36379)
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Iwan Kuswandi
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 54-63; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.43

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This study described the implementation of curriculum in madrasa diniyah and the contribution of the kiai in curriculum development in madrasa diniyah takmiliyah. This study is a case study. Data was collected through observation, interview and documentation and analyzed using qualitative analysis. The findings showed that the implementation of the madrasa diniyah curriculum founded by kiai, using the book written by the kiai from the middle East, however there are those written by kiai from Indonesia, for example made by Kiai Bashori Alawi, Kiai Idris Jauhari, Kiai Jamaluddin Kafie and Kiai Marzuqi Ma’ruf.
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Abdul Hamid B
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 64-75; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.44

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Kosmas Sobon
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 25-34; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.38

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Jamilah Jamilah
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 14-24; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.37

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Siti Hesniyatul Jamila
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 1-13; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.35

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This study aims to describe the implementation of integrated learning models in educational institusions that are under the auspices of the foundation of Muhammad Ya’qub Jombang. Which include visits from the factors of purpose, educatos, students, learning strategies, materials, infrastructure and evaluation of integrated learning in educational institusions which is under the auspices of the foundation of Muhammad Ya’qub Jombang. The implementation of an integrated learning models on Biology subjects is called the shared models (divided model). However, the integrated learning models in educational institusions under the auspices of the foundation of Muhammad Ya’qub Jombang is superior because there is also educational training in learning. The purpose of this learning is the realization of the vision mission that has been integrated with the objectives of national education and the value of education contained in QS. Al-Baqarah verses 39 and 132. Judging from the factors of educators, there are feel still differences in quality in collaborating and integrating learning. Judging from the factors of student, they have understood the importance of learning. Viewed from the infrastructure facilities, namely the national examination secondary book and Biology pocket book, the Harun Yahya DVD learning media and the 2 in 1 Science (SD/MI) book. Judging from the factors of strategy factor of collaboration and integration, the intended collaboration is by practice the value of education contained in QS. Al-‘Alaq : 1 and integrate with religious values integrated with the discussion. Judging from the material factors, divided into to major groups, namely divinity and humanity. Judging from the evaluation/ assessment system factors: success in learning is seen in the success of the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains, as well as substandard enrichment for special and remedial students for students. Suggestion: Implementation of integrated learning model in educational institusions under the auspices of the foundation of Muhammad Ya’ub Jombang for a while has a lot of positive values. Therefore, it is better to be refined and taken in consideration to be implemented through policy nationally.
Tety Nur Cholifah
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 35-46; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.39

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Ratna Novita Punggeti
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 47-53; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i2.40

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Yeni Puji Astuti
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 1-5; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i1.29

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In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, science learning in Higher Education especially in Elementary School Teacher Education Study Programs must be actively applied, in order to produce graduates who have high abilities and skills. One way is to apply a cooperative learning model assisted by the Student Module (MM). This learning model is suitable to be applied in Higher Education because it prioritizes group work, besides it can train student skills in expressing opinions from the results of group discussions. With the help of MM, students can do assignments in more structured lectures, so that material with a broad scope can be completed thoroughly and on time
Rahwini Rahwini
Autentik : Jurnal Pengembangan Pendidikan Dasar, Volume 3, pp 34-57; doi:10.36379/autentik.v3i1.32

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This study aims to improve the activities and mathematics learning outcomes of the KPK and FPB material in class VI students of Ketawang Karay I Elementary School in Ganding Subdistrict, Sumenep Regency, 1st Semester Academic Year 2018/2019 using the Multilevel Group learning model. This type of research is classroom action research in collaboration with colleagues. The results of the study showed that the use of the Multilevel Group learning model could increase the activeness of students in the Mathematics learning material of the KPK and FPB. In the aspect of confidence, in the first cycle with good categories, 54% confidence aspects, 69% activeness aspects, 46% learning motivation aspects, and 62% collaboration aspects. In the second cycle with a good category, it increased the self-confidence aspect to 92%, the activeness aspect to 85%, the learning motivation aspect to 85%, and the collaboration aspect to 77%. The results also show that the use of the Multilevel Group learning model can improve student learning outcomes in the Mathematics learning material of the KPK and FPB. In the pre-cycle stage the average grade of 55 with classical completeness was 23%, in the first cycle the average grade was 71 with 62% classical completeness, and in the second cycle the average value increased to 84 with 92% classical completeness.
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