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ISSN / EISSN : 2723-0635 / 2723-0759
Published by: EDUCARE: Journal of Primary Education (10.35719)
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Rizal Zamzami
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 205-215; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.54

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The purpose of this paper is to describe the strategic steps for completing the stabilization and rehabilitation of the early New Order economy. The method used is a qualitative method using a historical approach and economic theory to examine the economic maneuvers of Sultan HB IX. The research method used is a historical research method in which there are 5 stages: topic selection, heuristics, source criticism, interpretation, and historiography. The result of this research is that after Sultan HB IX occupied strategic positions, namely Waperdam Ekubang, Menutama EKKU, and Minister of EKUIN in the government. Sultan HB IX issued his political-economic statement which also became a maneuver to solve problems in the economic field. From the results of these studies, it can be concluded that the solution to economic problems at the beginning of the new order was by taking actions at home and abroad which would provide a positive stimulus for the Indonesian economy.
Ahmad Zainuri
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 125-144; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.58

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This article will explain about the integration of Islam and local culture in the architecture of ancient mosques in Java. The architecture of the ancient mosque to this day is still considered to have a deep meaning. The encounter with local culture and Islam, made Islam transformed into a religion that sees the existing reality. Civilization is in the form of a physical stand firmly in its nuances of locality. Mosques are historical relics for Muslims as evidence that Islamic history has succeeded in bringing civilization to a stop in Java. The mosque is a center for da'wah, education and socio-religious activities. So the establishment of the mosque is not a matter of physical considerations, but metaphysical. The method that the author uses is the historical method. This article only looks at an overview of the architecture of ancient mosques in Java. The content of the discussion describes how Islamic architecture in Java, architectural development, integration of Islam and culture in the art of ancient mosque architecture in Java. In conclusion, there is no certain standard in building and establishing mosques in Java. The architectural style of Javanese Islamic mosques has given its own characteristics for Islam in Java.
Itsna Yusriya
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 175-192; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.18

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Culture is a complex whole that contains knowledge, beliefs, arts, morals, customary law and other abilities, and habits acquired by humans as members of society. The creation of culture is inseparable from the process of social interaction between individuals, groups, or individuals and groups. Social interaction is the most real reality in human life. The purpose of this study is to describe the efforts of teachers in preserving local cultural values ??through social studies subjects in MTs Kebunrejo, Banyuwangi Regency and describing teachers' efforts to internalize local cultural values ??through social studies in MTs Kebunrejo Banyuwangi Regency. This study employs a qualitative approach descriptive research. Data was collected through observation, interviews and documentation. And the validity of the data was done by triangulation of sources and triangulation of techniques. The results of the study show that teachers efforts in preserving local cultural values ??in MTs Kebunrejo is through the learning process in the classroom which includes three stages of activity namely the preparation phase, the implementation phase and the evaluation phase. Teachers efforts in internalizing local culture in MTs Kebunrejo that is by incorporating local culture through learning material being taught and involving students in cultural events such as dancing gandrung dances in festivals in the districts and districts as well as participating in cultural activities in schools.
Fikriatul Hasanah
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 145-151; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.57

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The use of learning resources in the teaching and learning process is very necessary for both teachers and students. Learning resources are all kinds of sources that exist outside of students whose existence facilitates the learning process. Information technology is defined as science in the field of computer-based information and its development is very rapid. In the world of education, the existence of information technology as a medium is very necessary. Teachers can use learning resources obtained from the internet in the form of ebooks, journals and others so that students' insights can be broadened. MTs Nuris Silo in the learning process, the teacher uses Information Technology-based learning resources in Social Studies Subjects for class VIII, namely the teacher uses student books in the form of ebooks, uses videos, articles from the internet, and pictures. The results of the use of technology-based learning resources can facilitate the learning process. students understand what is explained by the teacher from those who do not know to know, from those who do not understand to understand. Learning outcomes are an important aspect for educators, because by assessing student learning outcomes, educators obtain information about student learning progress. This has been proven by the results of the assignments given by the teacher.
M. Rizqon Al Musafiri
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 193-204; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.59

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The results of observations on students of class XI IPS 1 and XI IPS 2 at SMA NU Genteng Banyuwangi are still below the minimum completeness score of 75 as many as 35 students. researchers use leaflet teaching materials supplements to improve student learning outcomes. This research was conducted in January 2020 at SMA NU Genteng. The population and sample in this study were students of class XI IPS 1 and XI IPS 2 with the control class selected using cluster random sampling technique. The data used are quantitative to calculate the N-gain value from the difference between the pretest and posttest scores. The data were analyzed using t test and Mann Whitney-U. The increase in student learning outcomes is indicated by the difference in the average pretest score of 63.6 and posttest of 84.6. The average value is in accordance with the minimum completeness set by the school, which is 75. In addition, it is also supported by an N-Gain value of 83.2 which shows an increase in student learning outcomes before and after learning is carried out. The percentage of students who dare to express their opinions is 72.9%, students who are active in group work are 78.6%, who are actively asking questions are 76.4%, dare to present the results of discussions are 81.6% and exchange information are 75.7% . These indicators show the improvement experienced by students. Students who experienced an increase in aspects of knowledge (C1), aspects of understanding (C2) and aspects of analyzing had an average N-gain of 71.2.
Mawardi Purbo Sanjoyo
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 162-174; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.55

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Every big city generally experiences problems related to living space availability. This problem also afflicts Surabaya, which is often pinned as the second-largest city in Indonesia. One of the space points that is considered able to fulfill the living space by the urban poor community is the area on the edge of the railroad tracks, or around the tracks. The confrontation between regulations and residential areas that violate these regulations causes a conflict between government institutions and the communities on the edge of the rail. This paper aims to examine the problem of land around the railroad tracks in the city of Surabaya in 2013. The method used in this paper is the Historical Research Method. The result of this study is that the root cause of the land ownership conflict in Surabaya is the ownership of land certificates by the residents and binding rules at the national level. The residents own the certificate of eigendom verponding, as well as the green letter to be able to occupy the land, while the PT KAI is based on articles of railways. They demanded to stop the efforts to control the houses along the railroad tracks. In addition, they continue to defend every inch of land they own, until they receive a sense of justice from the authorities with commensurate compensation.
Sahid Wahyu Wijarnako, Latif Kusairi, Martina Safitry, Sucipto Sucipto
Published: 31 December 2021
heritage, Volume 2, pp 152-161; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i2.56

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Nahdlatul Ulama is a socio-religious organization founded by K.H. Hasyim Asy'ary with the elderly Kyai in East Java by carrying out the ideals of civilization, namely to create a harmonious and just world order based on morality. Manisrenggo is an area where people do not understand the teachings of Islam, so the majority of people still behave in violation of religious norms such as drinking, gambling, and believing in animism and dynamism. NU began to be known in Manisrenggo District around 1983 which was brought by K.H Masyhudi Hamid, a local Ulama from Wonokromo who moved to Klaten to carry out his duties as a Projo Pager or Satpol PP, as well as preaching to spread Islam to the Manisrenggo Community. This research uses the theory of great tradition and little tradition or big tradition and small tradition introduced by Robert Redfield. The results obtained from this study indicate that Manisrenggo which was originally a small area on the slopes of Mount Merapi where even the people know very little about Islam and their daily lives are still filled with activities that violate religious and community norms such as gambling, drinking, stealing, and others. After the arrival of Nahdlatul Ulama in Manisrenggo, the people became more acquainted with Islam and gradually began to know the teachings of Islam and leave their old culture. NU in Manisrenggo also plays an active role in social, religious, and educational fields which can be seen from the establishment of madrasas, Islamic boarding schools, TPAs, assemblies, mosques, prayer rooms, and various other activities with the community.
Isnaniatul Lailiyah
heritage, Volume 2, pp 51-59; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i1.39

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Literacy learning is an activity, a program implemented by schools to train students to have extensive reading, insight, and information about many things. This is doing by students in other to have critical thinking about what they have read. On the other hand literacy learning is done not only by reading, but also by writing. Reading and writing become a unity in the implementation of literacy learning. The purpose of this study is to describe the implementation of reading literacy learning in SMP Negeri 1 Jember and describe the implementation of cultural and citizenship literacy learning at SMP Negeri 1 Jember. This study uses a qualitative approach and descriptive research type. The location of this research is in SMP Negeri 1 Jember. Determination of informants using purposive techniques. Data collection techniques with interviews, observation and documentation. Data analysis uses the interactive model of Miles, Huberman and Saldana. The validity of the data uses technical triangulation and source triangulation. The results of this study indicate the implementation of reading literacy learning is carried out with several activities, namely learning to read silent reading literacy, reading literacy 4 books every 1 semester, learning literacy reading with a mandatory library visit day system, learning literacy reading outside the classroom, and making reading corners and implementing learning cultural and citizenship literacy is carried out with several activities, namely the implementation of literacy presentations, class mading competitions, literacy competitions to write poems on the Heroes' Day and Youth Pledge, cultural literacy exhibitions, and book fairs.
Ayu Gita Lestari
heritage, Volume 2, pp 33-49; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i1.45

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As a matter of fact, social lesson must be done as fun as possible through an activity which are full of fun, spirit, enthusiastic and value that create better student development. Therefore, those need a suitable learning model for students. The purpose of this research is to know how the implementation of learning modelbased project toward social lesson in MTsN 1 Jember. The approach of this research is using field research. The data collections are using interview, observation and documentation. The analysis technic used from Miles’ and Huberman’s data’s includes data condensation, data presentation, conclusion, and verification. The result found from this research is that the implementation of learning model based project in the 9th class of MTsN 1 Jember is able to enhance students’ spirit and enthusiastic in learning social lesson. It is proven by students’ social lesson better score which is above average with score ranges are 85-95.
Anif Istianah, Sukron Mazid, Rini Puji Susanti
heritage, Volume 2, pp 17-31; https://doi.org/10.35719/hrtg.v2i1.37

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The study is done to see how Pancasila Education and Civic Education subject strategies as a college education compulsory in character building sublime Pancasila students based on personality. Background research is related to problems that occur in the country: anarchism, radikalisme, terrorism, and other. These problems can undermine the unity of the Republic of Indonesia. The research is in University and the University of Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Tidar Nusa Cendana. But this research is qualitative descriptive method which is through observation, interview, and documentation. The validity of data over (trianggulasi) sources and methods. Data and analysis is by reduction, presentation of data, and the withdrawal of the conclusions. The result showed that Pancasila Education and Civic Education as subject to common (MKWU) at the University and the University of Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Tidar Nusa Cendana. The Subject has the role so important in the development of personality students in accordance with nilai-nilai Pancasila. It is seen in cognitive learning: achievement, psychomotor, affective. In reaching cognitive, students are taught some material relating to the reality in civil with Pancasila values. The objective is to students having knowledge based on good Pancasila. The psychomotor focused on learning skills students by using the method as a form of learning based on the kids. An affective seen in character students so far in accordance with Pancasila values.
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