re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2654-7295 / 2655-5700
Published by: Institut Agama Islam Negeri Madura (10.19105)
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Ach. Nasrullah, Mohammad Muchlis Solichin
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 23-33; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4819

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This study aims to determine the implementation of human resource management in improving the quality of education and the factors that support the implementation of human resource management in improving the quality of education. This research was conducted at SMK Al-Faqih Sumber Nyamplong Kowel Pamekasan using a descriptive qualitative approach. The results of this study indicate that the implementation of Human Resource Management to Improve Education Quality has several stages including a) needs and information analysis, b) teacher recruitment, c) induction of new employees, d) teacher placement, e) granting authority and responsibility for staff, f) implementation of supervision, g) fostering teacher welfare, h) career development for employees, i) termination of relations, and j) severance pay. While the Supporting Factors are a) principals have many considerations, b) programs run in schools can bring positive changes and impacts, c) facilities and infrastructure can be utilized optimally, and d) evaluation.
Siti Norhayati, Jamiludin Usman
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 1-11; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4565

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The main discussion in this study is the strategy of the PAUD head in realizing superior PAUD, the social capital owned by the school, and the inhibiting factors for the principal in realizing superior PAUD in PAUD Al-Munawwarah Pamekasan. This research uses a case study design with a qualitative approach. The results of the study indicate that the principal's strategy in realizing superior PAUD is that a principal must have a clear vision and mission, and a principal is friendly to teachers, parents, and also to students. In addition, a school principal must provide a good service to his guests. Institutions must have social capital by establishing a good relationship with the community around the institution or the outside community and collaborating with several agencies, as well as providing a good service to guests. The inhibiting factor is from the personal head who must know the character of all teachers and must also balance the guardians of students well, and the guardians of students do not agree with the school program.
Badrus Soleh, Iswatul Hasanah
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 34-47; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4733

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This research was conducted because it aims to find out about the function of education management in Al-Ulum Wal Althof Islamic boarding school in strengthening religious moderation. This type of research is case study research (field research) using a qualitative approach. The results of this study are educational planning at the Al-Ulum Wal Althof Islamic boarding school in strengthening religious moderation, namely by establishing formal education and cottage programs organized by schools, pesantren administrators, and Kiai where the implementation is following the schedule or written regulations which are the result of deliberation. together. The educational organization of the Al-Ulum Wal Althof Islamic boarding school is led by a Kiai who has the right of authority to distribute tasks to the school and boarding school administrators who then the school and the boarding school administrator cooperate with the parties involved such as teachers. The implementation of education at the Al-Ulum Wal Althof Islamic Boarding School is regulated in writing and scheduled so that all activities both in formal education or in pesantren run well and smoothly. Supervision of education at the Al-Ulum Wal Althof Islamic boarding school is carried out by the school and the boarding school.
Ali Nurhadi, Hasbiyallah Idris, Asmoni Asmoni
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 60-71; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4830

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The leadership of the head of the madrasa is important in managing the madrasa he leads, including the formation of akhlaqul karimah. This research is a qualitative research with a descriptive type that portrays the leadership of the madrasa principal in cultivating akhlaqul karimah in MAN Sampang. There are three research focuses with the following findings. First, the form of civilizing akhlaqul karimah students applied at MAN Sampang is carried out every morning some teachers and BK welcome students who come, while students who enter the MAN Sampang environment will shake hands with the waiting teacher and BK teacher, not precede the teacher who walks in front of him not riding a motorcycle when passing in front of the teacher and madrasa lobby, reading prayers before and after KBM. The two leaderships of the madrasa head participated in carrying out existing policies, including being an example in cultivating good morals towards teachers and students. The three supporting factors in cultivating akhlaqul karimah at MAN Sampang are adequate infrastructure, policies from the madrasa principal, the willingness of the students themselves and the attitude of the education staff who directly meet with students will become role models for students at MAN Sampang.
Laily Mutohharoh
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 12-22; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.3681

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In educational units such as madrasas, the existence of madrasa committees is very important. Whether its role has a big impact or not, this independent institution plays a very important role in improving the quality of services by providing consideration, direction, and support for personnel, facilities, and infrastructure as well as supervision at the level of the education unit. This study aims to describe the role of the madrasah committee in helping to develop infrastructure at MAN 2 Pamekasan, with sub-focuses including (1) the concept of infrastructure development, (2) the implementation of infrastructure development, (3) the implications of infrastructure development, carried out at Madrasah Aliyah Negeri 2 Pamekasan. This research uses a qualitative approach with the type of case study. The results of this study indicate that: 1) the concept of infrastructure development is carried out by setting goals in advance and making a madrasa committee work program, 2) the implementation of infrastructure development is carried out with the madrasa committee acting as a giver of consideration, as a supporter, as a controller and as a mediator, 3) The perceived implication of the development of infrastructure facilities is the increasing number of infrastructure facilities owned by madrasas which are now by the standardization of infrastructure facilities that have been determined.
Risalatul Hasanah, Mohammad Kosim
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 72-85; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4820

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This study examines the charismatic leadership style at the Pondok Pesantren Nurul Huda Kamundung Omben Sampang. This study uses a qualitative approach with the type of field research. Sources of data were obtained using interviews, observation, and documentation. The results show that: first, the application of a charismatic leadership style in maintaining traditional pesantren traditional values ​​still maintains the salaf Islamic boarding school which still maintains the teachings of previous scholars whose teaching uses the yellow book using the sorogan and wetonan teaching methods. And its management does not ask for funds from the government but asks for donations from students, asking for donations from the community to meet the needs of Islamic boarding schools. Second, the way to maintain traditional values ​​in charismatic leadership in Islamic boarding schools is by maintaining the traditions of salaf Islamic boarding schools, meaning that the salaf is still following the teachings of the scholars, namely reciting the yellow book, praying in congregation, learning to read the Qur'an, khidmah, and seek the approval of the teacher, and the method used is deliberation.
Sayadi Sayadi
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 100-118; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4880

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The Daily Learning Implementation Plan describes the procedures and organization of learning activities that will be carried out to achieve a basic competency that has been defined in the content standards and described in the Daily Activity Plan. This research is a School Action Research which aims to improve teacher performance in preparing the Daily Learning Implementation Plan. The results of this study indicate that in the pre-cycle implementation, the participants were only able to get an average score of 64 to 72 for each individual, this means that in the Kokop sub-district, the participants have not been able to prepare the Daily Learning Implementation Plan properly. While in the first cycle it was found that the teacher's performance began to increase, this can be seen from the results of the implementation of the first cycle, the participants were able to get an average score of 70 to 80 for each individual, meaning that they had not been able to make the Daily Learning Implementation Plan well and did not meet the criteria set out in the first cycle. expected, therefore the training was continued in the next cycle. Based on the results of the implementation of the second cycle, the participants were able to get an average score of 80 to 90 for each individual. From the results of the second cycle, the objectives of the training were achieved, therefore the cycle was stopped.
Moh. Nizar
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 4, pp 86-99; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v4i1.4869

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The Covid-19 pandemic requires online learning through various information technology-based media. The fact is that not all teachers at UPTD SDN Aengsareh 1 Sampang District can use it. Therefore, the implementation of this school action research aims to solve these problems. The results showed that the workshop activities could improve the ICT skills of teachers in online learning at UPTD SDN Aengsareh 1 Sampang District. This is evidenced in the implementation of school action research consisting of 2 cycles showing in the first cycle after the workshop the test results obtained are 1 out of 9 teachers or 11.11% in the low category, 5 out of 9 teachers or 55.56 in the medium category, and 3 teachers or 33.33% categorized as high. This situation must be continued in cycle II, because it has not reached the expected success indicator, which is 70% in the high category. After the second cycle was carried out, the following data were obtained: From 9 teachers there were 0 teachers or 0% in the low category, 2 teachers or 22.22% in the medium category, and 7 teachers or 77.78% in the high category. Therefore, the cycle was stopped, because it had reached the expected success indicator, which was 70% in the high category. This shows that the workshop can improve the ability of teachers in mastering ICT for online learning.
Ahmad Rofiqi, Usman Usman
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 3, pp 176-189; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v3i2.4249

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Strategic management is a series of processes or stages. The strategic management process provides managers with a combined framework for dealing with a variety of unique problems to identify new opportunities more easily and to estimate the strengths that could be used and weaknesses that should be corrected. This research uses a qualitative approach with descriptive type, the source of which is data obtained through interviews, observation, and documentation. The results showed that the teacher's strategic management in growing students' awareness to maintain Adiwiyata program, namely 1) Planning 2) Implementation 3) Evaluation every 3 months once. The supporting factors are: 1) Cooperation and cooperation between all elements of the school, 2) Following the existing regulations in school 3) Creating POKJA, 4) forming a picket schedule to monitor cleanliness, 5) Students do come from Adiwiyata elementary schools, 6) All teachers applying the Adiwiyata program to learning and organizational life. Inhibiting factors, namely: 1) The teacher's ignorance of the program and behavior that leads to the Adiwiyata program, 2) Family factors.
Zainal Arifin
re-JIEM (Research Journal of Islamic Education Management), Volume 3, pp 201-215; doi:10.19105/re-jiem.v3i2.4722

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This research is a school action research with the main instrument being the task of making 1-page thematic lesson plans. There are 2 coaching cycles and the results of the study show that the teacher's ability to make 1-page thematic lesson plans can be improved through online workshops with variations of the jigsaw model. This is evidenced in the implementation of school action research which consists of 2 cycles showing an increase from cycle I to cycle II based on the results of assignments carried out in making thematic lesson plans, namely from 7 teachers there are 3 teachers or 42.86% in the low category, every 2 teachers or 28.57% in the medium and high categories. After the second cycle was carried out, the data obtained from the teacher's ability to make 1-page thematic lesson plans as follows that there were no teachers in the low category, 1 teacher or 14.28% in the medium category, and 6 teachers or 85.71% in the high category, therefore the cycle was stopped, because it has reached the expected success indicator, which is more than 75% in the high category. Teachers should continue to improve their competence in making 1-page Thematic lesson plan.
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