International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP)

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EISSN : 2723-1402
Current Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (10.18196)
Total articles ≅ 6

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International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP); doi:10.18196/ijiep

IJIEP : International Journal of Islamic Educational
Wahyu Khafidah, Wildanizar Wildanizar, Tabrani Za, Nurhayati Nurhayati, Zubeir Raden
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP), Volume 1, pp 37-49; doi:10.18196/ijiep.1104

This study used a quantitative approach. The population in this study were 400 students in SMPN 1 Unggul Sukamakmur, while the number of teachers teaching Islamic education subject was 5 people. Since the population was too large, the objects of research were 5 Islamic education teachers, 40 students (10% of the population), and the principal of SMP N 1 Unggul Sukamakmur. Based on the results of interviews with Islamic education teachers, the researchers could see that they have been familiar and mastered the "Application of the Wahdah method." However, the teachers have not applied all the Wahdah theories entirely. In table 4.5, students applying Wahdah's methods were 95%. Table 4. 6 showed other methods used in addition to memorizing Qur'an. The memorization method was 90%, and the recitation or Tilawah method was 10%. Table 4. 7 showed how many times a week, the students learned the Qur'an using the Wahdah method, and the answer 100% was four times a week.Keywords: Wahdahl Method, Al-Qur’an, Memorizing Al-Qur’an, Memorization Method, Memory.
Azizunnisak Hidayati Wahyuna, Susi Fitriana
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP), Volume 1, pp 25-36; doi:10.18196/ijiep.1103

Hope is a defining element of effort, social change, awareness, and reason. The object of hope is a life that more complete, a life that more great, deliverance from eternal boredom, or for salvation or for revolution. Hope is paradoxical. Hope is a form of feeling associated with the time dimension. Everyone has different hope in life. However, sometimes we may find people with no hope. Humans who have no hope known as passive-apathetic people, while people who have hope as people who will always make themselves optimistic-active.Keyword: Hopes, Westrn Perspective, Estrn Perspective, Islamic Hope.
Erniwati Khaidir, Fitriah M. Suud
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP), Volume 1, pp 50-63; doi:10.18196/ijiep.1105

As an effort to form humans, education must have a good and strong foundation because, with this foundation, the direction of the implementation of education is not merely a momentary shock or turmoil. The foundation of education is essential in the process of advancing education. Thus, the basis of education is a fundamental problem because basic education will determine the style and content of education. In the meantime, its relation to Islamic education, the basis or foundation of Islamic education, is the foundation that forms the basis or principle to stand tall. Therefore, the basis of Islamic education must be considered comprehensively in wading through the next educational steps. Al-Qur'an and Hadith are sources of Islamic law and complete knowledge, covering the whole of human life, both the world and the hereafter. Both of them become an apparent clue for humans and the pace of their lives at all times. Al-Qur'an and Hadith, as a basis for Islamic education as well as a source of shari'a teachings, not only work as a book but also exploration for daily life. Islam is a religion that carries a mission so that people conduct education and teaching.
Risydah Fadilah, Abd. Madjid
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP), Volume 1, pp 1-11; doi:10.18196/ijiep.1101

The character or personality possessed by students is inseparable from the parenting process at home and the influence of the social environment. The research method used was Quasi-Experimental. The results of data processing obtained results for anxiety, namely for the experimental group, the value of Z = -1,362ª with p = 0,173 since p 0.173> 0.05. This result means that there was a decrease in anxiety symptoms that were not so significant after being given a pretest and posttest in the experimental group. For the control group, the value of Z = -0.440ª was with p = 0.660 since p 0.660> 0.05. This result means that there was a decrease in anxiety symptoms that were not so significant before (pretest) and after (posttest) in the control group. The results of data processing obtained results for patience, that was for the experimental group, the value of Z = -2.666ª with p = 0.008 since p 0.008 0.05, H0 was accepted, and H1 was rejected. This result means that there was no significant increase in patience before (pretest) and after (posttest) in the control group.
Jony Muhandis, Muhammad Nurul Yamin, Syarifan Nurjan
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP), Volume 1, pp 64-74; doi:10.18196/ijiep.1106

Jamaah Muji Rasul Surakarta goes through the religious process of Sufi life, which is to cleanse yourself from the impurities of the heart and keep away from the low behavior in life with the intention to always worship God. This study aims to describe the factors that influence the diversity of the Muji Rosul Jamaat perspective in the psychology of Islamic education and its contribution to Islamic education. This study uses a qualitative research approach with the perspective of Islamic educational psychology that uses descriptive analysis method. The results of the study illustrate that the factors that influence religious diversity are the intensity of muji Rosul through tabligh activities, tahlilan and shalawatan able to strengthen the diversity of worshipers who are carried out routinely every Monday Pon, tarling, gebyar maulid, evening compensation, raising funds for the construction of mosques and musholla, white clothes or tend to be bright, because of the colors favored by the Prophet's Kanjeng, and colors that are simple and easy to obtain, look clean and there is no difference between worshipers, analyzing human behavior with religious knowledge and baraka.Keyword: Religion, Jamuro, Psychology, Islamic Education, Educational Psychology.
Ahmad Sultoni, Alef Theria Wasim, Aris Fauzan
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP), Volume 1, pp 12-24; doi:10.18196/ijiep.1102

This research is a study of the process and results of Prophetic Intelligence development conducted by Kalong students (students who are not staying in the school) in the Roudhotul Muttaqien Islamic boarding school led by KH Hamdani Bakran Adz Dzakiey. This type of research is qualitative research design with Phenomenology Study. Data collection techniques used involved observation, interview, and documentation. Qualitative data analysis used Interpretative Phenomenology Analysis (IPA) and Validity testing used triangulation and reflection. The results of this study are; 1) there are several transformation phases of the mystical experience of the kalong student with three sequences, a) Pre-transformation process in the desire to feel the essence of worship, b) the process of transformation in the derive of mystical experience towards Allah, and c) Post-transformation process that describes changes in a more religious mindset and more polite behavior and gives benefit to the surrounding. The mastery of prophetic intelligence by kalong student is grouped in two ways; a) mastery of quantitative competencies, including mastery of intellectual intelligence, spiritual intelligence, emotional intelligence, and perceptual intelligence in a prophetic perspective, b) mastery of qualitative competencies in accordance with the essence of prophetic intelligence, such as turning the body into a light that shows the attainment of clarity of heart, obtaining abilities that had not previously been studied (getting Laduni's knowledge). Keyword: Intelectual Intelligence, Spritual Intelligence, Emocional Intelligence.
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