Journal Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam

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Zahrotun Zahrotun
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.1-12

Abstract:This study aims to improve the learning achievement of historical material of the struggle of Prophet Muhammad SAW through the use of multimedia in the seventh grade students of State Junior High School 1 of Kebumen in academic year 2016/2017. This research is a Classroom Action Research (CAR) using Kemmis and Taggart model consisting of four stages, namely planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The subject of this research is the students of class VII B SMP N 1 Kebumen. The study was conducted two cycles with data collection techniques such as interviews, observation, documentation and tests. The technique of data validity using triangulation. Data analysis techniques use interactive analysis of Miles and Huberman. The results showed that the use of multimedia can improve the results of learning material history of the struggle of the Prophet Muhammad SAW on students of class VII Junior High School 1 of Kebumen in academic year 2016/2017
Muhammad Rully Syaepudin, Ratna Naluri, Irawan Irawan
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.13-24

Abstract:The concept of gravity is the work of al-Biruni (973-1048 M / 362-H) Muslim scientists, but the work is claimed as Newton's findings (1642-1727 AD). This paper aims to reveal the facts it can be used as teaching materials in the madrasah Physics, with adjustments in accordance with the level of educational unit. This research uses qualitative method with historical approach of philosophy of science with Islamic perspective. Data were collected through literature study. The results showed that Newton was influenced by al-Biruni in terms of the concept of gravitational force. Al-Biruni made an important contribution to the measurement of the specific gravity of various substances with careful and accurate calculations. This concept is in accordance with the basic principle that he believes that all objects are attracted by the force of gravity of the earth. This theory was the gateway to Newton's laws 500 years later. These findings can be taught in madrasas through demonstration methods and experiments that are sociologically and anthropologically closed to madrasah culture
Mikrajuddin Abdullah
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.25-38

Abstract:This paper explains a simple method used to determine the direction of Qibla or do the correction of Qibla direction in the mosque, mushola, or surau that already exist. The proposed method only utilizes the GoogleMap facility provided by Google. The approach is taken to draw a straight line from Ka’bah to the location where the mosque will be built. This Method is interesting to teach in Islamic high schools or Islamic education programs in colleges.
Salem Ali Al Qahtani, Asyraf Isyraqi Jamil, Fakhrul Adabi Abdul Kadir
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.223-242

Abstract:This paper reviews the history of the educational activity which was entered through John Dewey’s Experimental School, founded in 1896, the first school to use the activity curriculum. It sheds the light on the stages that activity has gone through till today. The Islamic view and a number of quotes from a number of Islamic thinkers and educators also were reviewed. The importance of the activity, its basics, functions, types and classifications were also discussed. The research concluded with a number of international experiences which gave great importance to the activity in their curricula and educational plans. The most important recommendations are: 1) Offering advanced training programs for teachers on educational activity; 2) Adding educational activity as an independent material in educational colleges; 3) Expanding the scope of study for international experiences in educational activity; and 4) Making use of technology and employing it in the educational activity.
Akhmad Muadin
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.109-124

Abstract:Marketing education is a step in renewal when an educational institution follow the tight competition to obtain customers. For educational institutions that have good in the implementation of marketing management of education requires only good planning with continuous improvement quality in order to anticipate the demand of the world of work. As for schools or institutions that have not received a place of public heart (customers) it is necessary to do hard work introducing its products to the public. The way to do this is by implementing marketing management tahfidz qur'an education that adopts Kotler et al marketing theory famous with the term The Seven Ps of Marketing. Namely: Product, Price, Place, Promotion, People, Physical Evidence, Process (7P)
Saiful Bahri
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.137-166

Abstract:In the days of the Salaf scholars, the profession of teachers had a glorious position. However, in Indonesia, at the beginning after independence, the teaching profession was a despised profession and was not appreciated at all, but now teachers are getting a bit more glorious places. This is because teacher professionalism is more appreciated and teachers' welfare is improved. Indeed, in the days of scholars salaf first, educators or teachers get a noble place, but when the new order shifted into perspective Oemar Bakri, now in the third Millennium era, the teacher returned to get a glorious place.
Zetty Azizatun Ni'mah
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.59-78

Abstract:The successful of a religious personality is through the child's learning needs to be supported by the exemplary elements from both teachers and parents. For the purpose of the implementation can be done in a gradual learning strategies and develop habituation program or daily activities. To implement the program of religious values, teachers must be constantly creative and innovating to use a variety of approaches in accordance with the level of development and students' needs, a comprehensive curriculum, and the continuity between the development program with other programs. The presence of the curriculum in 2013 with a science characteristic (observe, ask, explore, associate, communicate) and authentic assessment have to be understood early childhood teachers so that the internalization of religious values ​​can be absorbed in the learning process. Each children must has expected to be a good boy who obey the religious values. Early Childhood Education as an institution that expectedly nurturing children in a golden age.
Safrudin Aziz, Fajriyah Fajriyah
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.167-184

Abstract:Research on the policy of increasing the quality of santri-based entrepreneurship in boarding school is caused by oblique image of society to pesantren salaf which only able to produce cadre of scholars but poor in development of santri entrepreneurship. Consequently alumni of salaf pesantren who do not have formal education majority can not take part in developing economic independence. Different from pesantren Al-Falah, entrepreneurship education shaped life skills development into vision and excellent programs for every santri. Extracting data in this research using observation method, interview and documentation. While data analysis is done through process of data reduction, display data and conclusion and verification. The results of this study indicate that pesantren has implemented a policy of improving the quality of santri optimally through the formulation of policies in accordance with the vision and mission of pesantren, policy implementation through life skills education and policy control through monitoring, evaluation and reward.
Mochamad Malik Akbar Rohandi, Helmi Aziz, Nadri Taja, Tia Yuliawati, Maudina Putri Giraliyandi, Hani Sutina
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.185-204

Abstract:Ruhul Islam is the core spirit of Islam that is the identity or characteristic of an individual or Islamic institution that has a mental attitude. It always guided by morals, according to the guidance of Islamic teachings so that can create a brotherhood of fellow Muslims in bringing people to a better state. The objective of this research is to know the comparison of Ruhul Islam application level to the embedded character in college student based on Islam and technology. Explanatory research method used primary data of field observation and questionnaire and secondary data, sample using Slovin formula and purposive sampling method with error rate of 10%, interconnection between variables using path analysis. Characteristics of respondents majority of women, active age 18-21 year students, high school graduates and the origin of UNISBA students 67% of Bandung while Telkom 82% outside Bandung. Implementation of Islamic values ​​with character formation in Islamic universities has a stronger relationship than information technology-based colleges with a R2 level of 37% versus 32.8%, more than 60% character formation can be influenced by other factors or variables.
Muwahid Shulhan
Ta'allum: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, Volume 5; doi:10.21274/taalum.2017.5.2.79-108

Abstract:ASEAN Economic Community is the era of globalization of the region. It is necessary to be observed the education in Indonesia carefully, so that Indonesian human resources are ready to face increasingly tight competition with other countries. Organizational culture at the school level requires leaders who are able to mobilize developments and changes that are doing creative activities, finding new strategies, methods, ways, or concepts in teaching so that learning is meaningful and giving birth to quality education. In this regard, it requires transformative leadership as an effort to produce a competitive education and produce learners who have integrity of personality, discipline, creative, innovative, and competitive attitude. The professionalism of educational leadership as a transformational leader needs to have competence, transparency, efficiency, and high quality. The Transformative Leadership Planning Strategy must be able to change the situation from ordinary to achieving by integrating and accommodating local-value-based jugglers, fostering human relationships by motivating subordinates, tut wuri handayani (humanist​), dynamic circumstances to elicit vision, initiative , and group creativity in innovation and improvement of madrasah (catalist) programs, ideas agent in innovation that give profit to all element of madrasah, especially for students' interests, Madrasah Principals and staff that have the capability of religious-cultural discourse in the form of local culture Javanese) and religious (Islam) are used for the achievement of madrasah objectives, so as to enable the implementation of cultural leadership role, the occurrence of mission communications, vision, values ​​and philosophy of madrasah to the community, parents and government in order to obtain support and partnership so that enabling the role of social leadership (social leadership).
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