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ISSN / EISSN: 28094484 / 28094093
Published by: Darul Yasin Al Sys
Total articles ≅ 85

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Sri Apulina Br Sinulingga, Indri Yani Br Sitepu
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 28-38; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.825

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The education institutions become a central place to create a young better generation than the privous ones through character education. The character education is a process of creating the students become an intactly good-characterized human in the dimension of mind, way of thinking, physically healthy, and hearted human. The character education is carving the students’ ahlaq through a process of knowing the good, loving the good, and acting the good. That process involves the coqnitive, emotional, and physical aspects, so the noble ahlaq can be carved become the habit of the mind, heart, and hands. The character education is directed to create a tough, competitive, noble hearted, moraly, tolerant, helpful, patriotic, and dinamic person who has the orientation of science and knowledge based on the belief and piety of Allah SWT. A teacher implements the character education in the teaching and learning process by making the students formulate the questions actively, find the sources of learning, collect the information, work with the information, reconstruct the fact, and present the result of reconstruction. The character education learning should be done by the teachers from the planning, implementaion, and evaluation.
Putri Nadila Anggraini, Alfi Rahmi
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 47-54; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.830

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Aggressive behavior of early adolescents who experience sibling rivalry can grow in families with more than one child as stated by Bakwin H that sibling competition is more intense in small families (families with fewer children) compared to families with many children. . The aim is to find out the behavior of early adolescents who experience sibling rivalry in the family at Kanagarian Koto Baru III, Jorong. The research method is descriptive qualitative, key informants are 5 early adolescents who experience sibling rivalry and supporting informants 5 parents of early adolescents who experience sibling rivalry in the family. Data collection techniques through observation and interviews. Data analysis techniques with data reduction, data display, and data verification. The validity of the data used with data triangulation with source triangulation. The results of the study: 1) Verbal is a form of negative behavior in the form of words or verbally with the aim of hurting the victim (ridicule, insult, and yell). 2) Physical is a form of negative behavior in the form of physical assault aimed at injuring, harming, injuring, or damaging other people's objects (hitting, kicking, pushing, biting, and throwing), 3) Expression of anger is a form of behavior that its nature is hidden in the feelings of other people but the effect can be seen in actions that hurt other people (anger and annoyance). 4) Hostility is an invisible behavior, namely negative attitudes or feelings towards other people (jealousy and envy).
Arie Adrian Haqi
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 93-106; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.852

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Understanding the socio-cultural context is key to developing the right support system for distance learners. The socio-cultural context in Turkey is an important element in the development of Turkish distance education programs, where the two elements of Turkish cultural patronage and oral tradition - seem to play an important role. The main objective of this study was to determine the role of the socio-cultural context in designing appropriate support services and improving interaction in the Turkish Distance Education System, namely, the Faculty of Open Education (OEF). The study first introduces the OEF technology and socio-cultural context then presents to consider the influence of those contexts in designing appropriate support services and enhancing interactions; and finally provide several suggestions to improve student support and interaction in accordance with the prevailing socio-cultural context
M. Taufiq Hidayat, Ali Nu'Man, Ashabul Yamin, Hafidh Hafidh, Kasuwi Saiban
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 11-27; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.822

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This research aims to examine the perspective of Islamic law regarding interfaith marriage. The method used is qualitative, with a comparative approach. In the study of Islamic law, interfaith marriages are classified into three categories: marriages between Muslim men and polytheistic women; Muslim man's marriage to ahlulkitab woman; and the marriage of Muslim women to non-Muslim men. Regulatively, interfaith marriages in Indonesia do not have legal force, because Law Number 1 of 1974 concerning Marriage and the Compilation of Islamic Law as positive law has prohibited interfaith marriages. Therefore, the Office of Religious Affairs and the Civil Registry will not carry out administrative records of interfaith marriages.
Irkhas M. Nur Al Qomari
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 55-70; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.850

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This paper uses a theoretical approach to the conceptual study of educational innovation in the field of Higher Education and the use of Information and Communication Technology, as a fundamental support to achieve it. It is intended to present the idea of how the University is a producer of knowledge in a new culture and paradigm in which ICT generates a process of continuous transformation and improvement. Similarly, some educational technologies such as mobile phones and other mobile devices are in the classroom and can be a key element for learning. You should know what to do with them. That's the challenge that seats teachers around innovation. Special interest in technological innovations is manifested as the prerogative of relevance in the digital age. There is a certain consensus within the scientific community that is consulted, when understanding the educational innovations associated with the technologies of the digital age. It is important to value innovation as a procedural category that defines incremental or radical transformations to overcome, complement or enhance an object, process or phenomenon, which can be social, cultural, technical, productive, economic or environmental.
Yohanik Yohanik
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 71-92; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.851

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This paper uses a mixer methodology, first with literature review and second with field studies, the theme raised is Islamic Education Cultural Management: History, Conception, and Management of Transformative Islamic Education Actualization, in this paper there are three fundamental questions; first, what is the concept of Cultural Management of Islamic Education in Islam.  Second, what is the history, conception of Islamic religious education management, Islam, transformative culture in Indonesia and third, what is the contribution of Islamic education management in a transformative Islamic culture in the Islamic education space in Islam in Indonesia.  Which is where teacher supervision is a definite process.  Furthermore, culture becomes part of the culture of the local community which cannot be separated from the language of the community. Culture (often called local wisdom) will be passed down through generations through oral stories. Islamic religious education based on truth and nobility, distancing oneself from unreal thoughts, even far from the origins of unpleasant behavior or influence.  Islamic religious leadership education is important for moral (character)/ethics is easy), then the soul (emotional realm) is not only a cognitive and psychomotor realm, but 4) synergizes with culture, Islamic religious education, and tourism, and needs to be developed in a coordinated mannerin Islamic religious education with real regional characteristics
Ahmad Fajri, Arman Husni
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.821

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Students are still not perfect in pronouncing the tajwid letters and it is difficult to memorize the Al-Qur'an because students are still playing around a lot and are not serious in memorizing the Al-Qur'an. Therefore, the role of the tahfiz teacher is needed to motivate students to memorize the Qur'an at the ASSHADIQ Aur Birugo Tigo Baleh tahfiz house. This type of research is field research (fried research) which is descriptive qualitative in nature. The key informant in this study was the ASSHADIQ tahfiz teacher Aur Birugo Tigo Baleh while the supporting informants were ASSHADIQ Aur Birugo Tigo Baleh students. Researchers used observation techniques, interviews and supported by documentation. The collected data is then analyzed using data analysis techniques. From the research conducted by the author, it can be concluded that the role of the tahfiz teacher in increasing students' motivation in memorizing the Qur'an is: the tahfiz teacher's responsibility for discipline is to invite, guide, and motivate students to memorize the Al-Qur'an at tahfiz's home ASSHADIQ Aur Birugo Tigo Baleh. The teacher informs the fast time in memorizing the Al-Qur'an, namely during the last third of the night, after performing the dawn and midday prayers, this time makes it easier to memorize the Al-Qur'an. The knowledge that the teacher gives to students is the virtue of someone who memorizes the Al-Qur'an and there are many virtues such as: being able to intercede for the family, getting a noble position before Allah SWT. The teacher guides students who have problems memorizing the Qur'an by coming to them, communicating directly with students and asking what problems they are facing. The teacher provides training to students by memorizing the Al-Qur'an to educate the brain and form good and polite character.
Sarah Setianingsih
Published: 1 February 2023
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 3, pp 39-46; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v3i1.827

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Humans will always depend on the environment. The environment is where living things live. Thus the need to protect the environment for the survival of living things around it. Concern for and sensitivity to the environment must be cultivated from an early age in order to maintain the survival of humans, animals and plants, as well as to preserve nature for the future. Growing environmental sensitivity can be integrated through learning in schools, one of which is learning history. By studying history, it will give students an understanding of the importance of the past as a form of awareness in the present and the future. One of the themes that can be raised in learning history is the industrial revolution, how this revolution caused changes in human life, but in fact had a bad impact on the environment, such as the exploitation of nature.
Argi Eko Siswanto, Eka Sumbulatim Miatu Habbah, Fetiami Dwi Kurnia, Muhammad Ilham, Rekhano Andria Parastu, Reni Arista
Published: 24 December 2022
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 2, pp 648-662; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v2i6.726

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In the world of education, the teacher is a key success factor in achieving educational goals and improving the quality of learning. When studying SBdP in elementary schools, students still think that learning is difficult to understand, so teachers must have high creativity to teach this. Creativity in this case is a person's ability to create new products, both in the form of ideas and in real works, which are relatively different from those that existed before. The type of research method used is qualitative research, namely research used to describe and analyze phenomena, events, social activities, beliefs, perceptions, and people individually and in groups (Sukmadinata, 2009:53-60). The research objective is teacher creativity in the SBdP learning process in class V at SD Negeri No. 85/VII Semaran. The location used as the research site is SD Negeri No. 85/VII Semaran, Pauh District, Sarolangun Regency, Jambi. Creative educators are expected to be able to help realize the creativity of students. Therefore, an educator must be able to determine the right learning approach and determine the success criteria of a lesson. Each student has a different character, even has unique strengths, weaknesses, interests and talents, and attention that is not the same as that of other students. Based on the description of the explanation that has been explained above, creativity is something that must exist in a person in order to realize something that can produce something both in educational life and for everyday life.
H. Muhammad
Published: 24 December 2022
Journal: Arzusin
Arzusin, Volume 2, pp 633-647; https://doi.org/10.58578/arzusin.v2i6.725

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The development of the quality culture in schools is carried out through the development of innovative learning programs, the development of extracurricular activities, the development of the students' culture and character, and the development of academic and non-academic achievement. The obstacles faced by teachers in implementing the culture quality improvement program are the incomplete understanding of the implementation of the 2013 curriculum. The solution to overcome this matter is that the principal applies transformational leadership with a mentoring approach to the teacher when performing his duties in the classroom. The principal's approach through management approach includes: First, the planning stage by determining the quality target, disseminating the quality target to the school community. Second, the organizing stage involves the establishment of an organizational structure, the delivery of tupoksi, and the delegation of authority. Third, the leadership stages include training teachers, assisting teachers and employees, monitoring teachers in the classroom, motivating, discussing findings, focusing on quality targets and follow-up. Fourth, the monitoring and evaluation stage includes: school programs evaluation. The impact of this action is: First, the original learning process of teacher-centered learning with lecture method turned into a more innovative student-centered learning (PAKEM) with an integrated thematic approach to the scientific model, using various media in the classroom and outside the classroom as well utilizing resource persons from community leaders / DUDI. Second, the initial assessment of the knowledge aspect only changes to an authentic assessment by assessing aspects of attitude, knowledge and skills. Second, the initial assessment of the knowledge aspect only changes to an authentic assessment by assessing aspects of attitude, knowledge and skills. Thirdly, the extracurricular development increased, initially, it was only the scouts, but today the other activities are including music, independent garbage management (PSM), Hadroh Art, Vocal, English, Art, Batik, ICT, Qiroati. Fourth, the development of attitude and character has been entrusted, i.e. religious, discipline, environmental care, and achievement. Fifth, academic and non-academic achievement increased from the district-level championship increased until DIY level and even into national level.
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