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ISSN / EISSN : 2721-673X / 2721-8783
Published by: STIT Sunan Giri Bima (10.47625)
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Sd Azka Tamalia Andyana Tresna, Viena Aunillah Carl Carl Vinson, Ani Nur Aeni
Published: 28 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 82-92; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.366

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Da'wah is absolute as the duty of a Muslim. The goal is to bring others to better things. To achieve that goal, it is necessary to pay attention to how one communicates da'wah. The science of preaching must begin to be given from an early age. Later, children can become a person who can preach by Islamic sharia. Based on this, the purpose of this study is to introduce da'wah early on, especially in elementary school-aged children. If taught early on, children can make da'wah a good habit when they grow up. Over time, da'wah is considered a difficult thing to do. Therefore, it is very important to instill religious values in children so that later they become a generation that has commendable morals. In introducing da'wah to children, several ways can be done. One of them, using android-based application media. Like our product, namely RuBer PAI application or Ruang Belajar Pendidikan Agama Islam. In this study, the authors used the Design and Development (D&D) method.
Idhar Idhar
Published: 28 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 93-105; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.379

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This paper is a literature study using a descriptive qualitative approach, aiming to reveal the role of parents as the basis for children's moral education from an early age. The results of this study reveal that the morals of parents are the morals of the children themselves, the meaning of these words teaches parents that children can be good, moral, virtuous and have noble character, if true parents are able to build a human spirit, love saying between peers, it means that parents have changed or educated their children with good morals. Therefore, human moral education does not seem like returning the palms of the hands, but it takes patience and fortitude from the parents themselves. We can see the moral education of children from an early age from the participation of parents or it can be seen or reflected in the activities of parents in the household how parents are kind to their husbands and wives, to neighbors, to the children themselves. So indeed the types of parents vary in educating children, some are relaxed and give freedom to children according to character, there are parents in educating children selfishly as if children are objects that must be regulated and parents are the first teachers for children. their children in terms of being responsible for the moral education of children from an early age. Children's moral education is reflected in the attitudes and roles of parents in domestic life, starting from how parents speak kind words, do good between a pair of fathers and mothers at home, it will affect the character growth of a child.
Nisa Khoerunajah, Farah Nur Fadhilah, Aning Novita, Ani Nur Aeni
Published: 27 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 71-81; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.364

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This research was conducted to determine the effect of digital comic learning media in learning Islamic Religious Education in grade II Elementary School. This research method is Design & Development (D&D). The media developed is in the form of digital comics. Based on the results of the study, it was found that before using comics, grade II students were still unfamiliar with the term good morals, while after using comics grade II students could know 4 to 5 kinds of good morals. Thus, it is proven that the use of digital comics as a learning medium is able to increase students' knowledge of good morals.
Adinda Dwi Agustin, Ardelya Husnianingtyas, Widuri Tresnawati Jatnika, Ani Nur Aeni
Published: 27 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 44-52; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.358

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This research is motivated by a condition where there are still many students who have misunderstanding of the ablution material, both from the intention of ablution, the procedure/sequence for ablution, and prayer after ablution. This is related to the learning conditions, namely the lack of enthusiasm from students. The purpose of this study was to increase the enthusiasm of elementary school students in PAI learning, especially the ablution chapter. The Yuk Wudu application learning media was developed as an effort to increase enthusiasm and overcome mistakes when learning ablution material. The research method used is descriptive qualitative with a D&D model and the research procedure is ADDIE. The subjects of this study were students of class II SDN Panyingkiran II, totaling 28 people. The source of the data obtained in this study came from the results of interviews and direct observations of students. As for product validation, it is carried out by PAI teachers. The results of product validity by PAI teachers obtained results of 95% with a very valid / very feasible category. Based on the results of the trials that have been carried out, there was an increase in the enthusiasm of students when learning the wudu chapter PAI material using the Yuk Wudu application.
Anni Qurrotul Aini, Husni Mubarok, Muhammad Khoirul Anam, Murtafi'Ah Murtafi'Ah, Dina Sakhiratul Rizki, Nadiya Ruhma, Rizka Lu’Lu’Atul Afroh, Syukriyah Barokah
Published: 27 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 31-43; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.345

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This study aims to determine how the planning and implementation of the full day program as the implementation of educational management at MI NU Miftahul Huda 01 Kudus. In this study used a qualitative descriptive method. Subject study is teacher’s and student’s in MI NU Miftahul Huda 01 Kudus. Data collection methods used interview, observation, and documentation. Qualitative data analysis techniques used interactive data analysis techniques. The results of the study stated that the learning planning in the full day school program at MI NU Mitahul Huda 01 Kudus is not much different from the regular school learning plan, the difference only lies in the implementation of learning activities that require more time allocation than all processes that will be carried out as the process of determining, preparing various decisions on the implementation of learning that will be carried out in the future to achieve learning objectives and the use of available educational resources in an integrated manner. Full day school implementation at MI NU Miftahul Huda 01 Kudus is carried out effectively after teaching and learning activities are completed. The full day school program is carried out evenly covering grades 1 to 6 with students who are interested in attending full day school.
Trimansyah Trimansyah
Published: 27 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 53-61; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.362

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This paper discusses the implementation of science learning using the outdoor stadium method as an effort to increase or develop students' understanding of the importance of preserving nature. To instill this understanding in students, it is necessary to be creative from a teacher in carrying out varied learning so that the teaching and learning process can run more effectively and efficiently, moreover how to make learning fun for students. Of course all of that requires various methods and strategies used in learning, with regard to learning this science, using the Outdoor Stady method is one of the right methods as a means of achieving goals in learning, namely learning is done outside the classroom with the aim that students can understand clearly. directly about nature or the surrounding environment, learning outside the classroom will be more influential in developing the abilities and skills of students and will be more effective for students in developing all their potential and intelligence.
Abd Salam
Published: 27 April 2022
FASHLUNA, Volume 3, pp 62-70; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v3i1.363

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The fostering of Nggusu Waru values ​​is able to change regeneration for the better. the values ​​contained in nggusu waru are not only character but Islamic values ​​which are believed to be able to protect them from despicable things. With the crisis of character, adab at this time, the main pillars of the sultan and the people of Bima are the Book of Allah (Al-Qur'an) and Al-Hadith besides the guidance and development is "Nggusu Waru". Because nggusu waru has eight character values, namely; 1. Maja Labo Dahu; 2. Dou Mambae Ade; 3. Dou Mambani Labo Disa; 4. Dou Ma Lembo Ade ro Ma Na'e Sabar; 5. Dou Mandinga Nggahi Rawi Pahu; 6. Dou Ma Taho Hidi; 7. Dou ma dou ma di woha dou; 8. Dou monitors ro wara. The values ​​of nggusu waru not only restore the value of commendable character but also restore the former Islamic values ​​and the values ​​of adab which are the main developments in educating, guiding and teaching children as the next regeneration. Because children are not only the successors of the nation but the foundation of the nation. This study focuses on "The character values ​​of nggusu waru as the main development of character education".
Abd Salam
Published: 31 December 2021
FASHLUNA, Volume 2, pp 80-91; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v2i2.334

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The development of character values ​​is currently experiencing a crisis of noble character, in facing a character crisis like this, it is necessary to develop Al-Fatihah-based character both in religious development, children's social spirit and character values ​​as strengthening children's character. The development of character values ​​is very important in order to keep children from being uncivilized to being civilized. The character values ​​of Al-Fatihah in this study are as follows: Religious values, Integrity Values, Nationalist Values ​​and Independent Values ​​and Mutual Cooperation Values. If the character building is carried out, it will give birth to civilized children and their character will grow in carrying out their religious teachings. This study aims to examine 1.) Children's Character Development Based on the Qur'an Surah Al-Fatihah as Character Strengthening. 2.) Fostering children's character values ​​in Al-Fatihah verses 1 to 7.
Lailiya Luthfiyah Choir, Jihan Alhanin Choir
Published: 31 December 2021
FASHLUNA, Volume 2, pp 59-72; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v2i2.335

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Distance learning is carried out by various educational institutions to keep up the teaching process in the covid-19 pandemic conditions that make it impossible to carry out the usual face-to-face learning. With the elimination of face-to-face learning, teachers and students must again design the teaching-learning process that all students can access. The purpose of this research is to describe the preparation, implementation, and constraints of distance learning factors based on mobile e-learning in MI Hidayatul Mubtadiin. The research method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method. The results of this research are for educators to do distances learning planning and the tools needed, and implementation of online learning is done by utilizing their personalized mobile e-learning capabilities and tailored to the curriculum used. Learning barrier factors include a lack of student understanding, a lack of motivation for students' home learning, a parent's inconstant companion to child learning, the capacity of inadequate communication tools, a decline in parents' economic incomes during the pandemic, and an unstable Internet network.
Idhar Idhar
Published: 31 December 2021
FASHLUNA, Volume 2, pp 117-131; https://doi.org/10.47625/fashluna.v2i2.336

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Madrasah Ibtidaiyah teachers are teachers who have the responsibility of teaching in educational institutions that combine general lessons with religious lessons and in order to integrate religious and general lessons of course require professional teachers or their own expertise in carrying out the learning process. That is why the professionalism of a teacher is a reflection of a teacher's ethics, if a teacher is not professional in the learning process it means they reflect bad ethics and if a teacher displays professionally in the learning process it is a sign that they have good ethics in the learning process. Madrasa teacher ethics in learning are reflected in the activities of a teacher, how teachers are kind to students, fellow teachers, parents of students and especially teachers display attitudes and behavior in the learning process. The attitudes and behavior of teachers are reflected in designing the learning process as a sense of responsibility for the profession as teachers, parents, society and religion and being able to involve various components in the learning process and realize learning goals. In fact, there is a reciprocity between what should be and reality because there are still many teachers who are unethical towards students, fellow teachers, parents of the community and even in terms of the learning process there are deviations in the process both related to planning and teaching. in this case a teacher must have expertise and professionalism in practice.
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