Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam

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ISSN / EISSN : 2620-3901 / 1693-0649
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Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam; doi:10.36835/attaqwa

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Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan islam
Nur Silva Nabila
Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, Volume 16, pp 151-161; doi:10.36835/attaqwa.v16i2.63

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Learning media evaluation aims to find out whether the effectiveness and efficiency of the media used in conveying learning content. Weaknesses and strengths of a media will be known by this program, whether the media needs to be improved or not. This article discusses the use of instructional media in PAI subjects at MTs Daruttaqwa with descriptive deductive and inductive analysis. Sources of data derived from literature, observation, and interviews were analyzed qualitatively. The purpose of this article is a) to find out the learning media used in MTS Daruttaqwa b) to find out the use of learning media in MTs Daruttaqwa c) to analyze the evaluation of learning media in MTs Daruttaqwa. The conclusions of this article are a) The media used in PAI learning at MTs Daruttaqwa in the form of technology-based media such as language labs, computer labs, projectors and manual-based media such as props for example paper that contains a collection of pieces of verses of the Koran in Qur'an Hadith and other subjects b) Media used in PAI learning in MTs Daruttaqwa in the form of technology-based media and manual-based media c) PAI learning media in MTs Daruttaqwa is only limited to teaching aids for teachers and not as something that needs and much needed in learning activities
Moch. Sya'Roni Hasan, Dian Eka Saputri
Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, Volume 16, pp 113-125; doi:10.36835/attaqwa.v16i2.47

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Moving Class is one of the learning models that moves between classes or places of study. This learning model is applied to the learning of Islamic religious education in SMP Negeri 1 Gudo. The purpose of this study is to describe the implementation of the Moving Class in the learning of Islamic Religious Education in SMP Negeri 1 Gudo Jombang. Thus the conclusions of the results of the study are: The Implementation of Moving Classes in Islamic Religious Education learning in SMP Negeri 1 Gudo is one of the efforts to create a new learning process, so that it is not saturated because of the monotony and routine of providing unchanging facilities (classrooms). This junior high school located in Gudo has a goal in implementing moving classes in Islamic religious education learning, which is to change the awkward learning atmosphere to be active, students can argue and can directly practice the material conveyed by the teacher. In learning Islamic religious education a lot of theories that need to be developed, therefore not only understanding the theory, but is also expected to be able to apply in life in society.
Nurul Kumalasari
Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, Volume 16, pp 162-172; doi:10.36835/attaqwa.v16i2.53

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This study aims to describe the various strategies carried out in implementing the learning design of Role Play in improving the Learning Outcomes of Islamic Cultural History. This research is a descriptive study using a qualitative approach. This research was conducted at MTS Badrussalam Surabaya, with student subjects. Data collected through observation, interviews, and documentation. The data validity checking technique used is the triangulation technique. The results showed that the role play learning design is one of the learning designs that can be used in the learning process of Islamic Cultural History and can provide an overview of subject matter or thinking that is still abstract into a pleasant understanding, meaning that learning becomes more concrete. Some strategies that must be considered by educators in implementing fun and non-boring learning designs such as educators must be aware of the latest learning designs in teaching and learning, educators must have the ability to increase the success of student learning, educators are able to develop learning designs, manage learners and conduct an evaluation, and learners accept and can apply the role playing learning design.
Ahmad Afghor Fahruddin, Moh. Syamsi
Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, Volume 16, pp 141-150; doi:10.36835/attaqwa.v16i2.52

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This paper will discuss the relationship between the values of religious character education strategies with the formation of morality in students. The type and approach in this research uses descriptive qualitative. In the current era of globalization, people ranging from adolescents, adults and even the elderly and most importantly to parents must be prepared to receive positive and negative impacts in the times, because we can access various information both nationally and internationally very young and fast. To deal with all this, the world of education prioritizes in terms of what strategies can instill the values of religious character education that focus on the formation of morality in students. In implementing the strategy of religious character education values the principal must apply important points such as strategy, educational values, religious character and morality.
Abdurahman Jemani, M. Afif Zamroni
Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, Volume 16, pp 126-140; doi:10.36835/attaqwa.v16i2.55

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Islamic education needs to transform various kinds of core policies in the body of Islamic education itself which are considered capable of answering the challenges and demands. Islamic education in the face of the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 is expected to be able to bring a positive impact in all walks of life of society, religion, nation and state, not least in the field of Islamic education itself. The era of revolution 4.0 has been able to give birth to a new phenomenon that is considered very disruption so that it demands the world of Islamic education to innovate and become competent competitors. The reality that is happening now, graduates of Islamic education are now faced with new challenges, demands, and needs that are different from previous generations. So it needs to be carried innovations to the system, governance, curriculum, human resource competencies, facilities and infrastructure, culture, work ethic, commitment to change, etc. These things need to be done and get special attention by policy makers in Islamic education. If this is ignored, then Islamic education will be crushed, increasingly left behind and abandoned by its followers. Therefore, concrete steps are needed for Islamic education to be able to remain competitive in this era of disruption. The solutive step offered is to be able to integrate and keep up with changes and developments in technology today for the realization of modern Islamic education and global competitiveness.
Asep Nursalim, Nico Verdianto
Attaqwa: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan Islam, Volume 16, pp 173-187; doi:10.36835/attaqwa.v16i2.56

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In the context of the dynamics of curriculum development in Indonesia, the PAI curriculum still faces various problems in its development. This is due to differences in school ownership status, school environment, and available human resources. This study aims to analyze the problem of the application of development, construction, and supporting factors and inhibitors of the PAI curriculum in MTs An-Najah Bekasi and MTs Al-Hidayah Bekasi. This study uses field research with multi-site studies at two different institutions in Bekasi Regency. The results showed that the curriculum construction of the two madrassas focused on Subject Centered Design, which focused on subjects. This research is still limited to the implementation of the PAI curriculum in the two madrassas, so it is hoped that there are still many other studies with different locations so that it can be used as a source of research. Whereas the most dominant determinants are human resources and infrastructure. Comparison of curriculum construction models in the two madrassas lies in the essence and depth of the material. From the data of the two madrassas, the collaborative curriculum becomes a curriculum redesign choice that is considered ideal and can be applied.
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