Masaliq

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ISSN / EISSN: 28091051 / 28088115
Published by: Darul Yasin Al Sys
Total articles ≅ 9

Articles in this journal

Abdul Gani Jamora Nasution, Anggi Putri Utami, Sindy Adella, Isal Salbila, Usna Aulia
Published: 1 January 2023
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 3, pp 22-27; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v3i1.757

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Enjoyable learning in SKI subjects needs to be widely understood. Fun learning is a learning process in which there is a strong relationship between the teacher and students, without any feelings of pressure. The purpose of this study was to find out about fun learning in the subject of Islamic Cultural History (SKI) at MIS Al-Washliyah. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method. Based on the results of the research, it can be concluded that the implementation of learning carried out at MIS Al-Washliyah has been going well according to the Learning Implementation Plan (RPP). However, there are several obstacles that are felt in carrying out learning at MIS Al-Washliyah, namely the conditions and school environment, biological, physiological and psychological conditions of students ranging from interests, talents, intelligence to student motivation in learning. The solution that can be done in overcoming obstacles is by means of a learning environment that must be made conducive so that the learning process can be carried out optimally. To provide motivation to students, teachers must also be able to use interesting and fun learning methods such as experimental methods, discussions and others. As a teacher, you must also pay attention to student learning readiness.
Syaeful Bahri, Siti Nurhayati, Yufliha Syifandini
Published: 26 September 2022
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 2, pp 623-632; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v2i5.539

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This research aims to provide an overview of learning difficulties in mathematics and self-confidence in children with special needs slow learner in inclusive schools. The location of this research is SDN Kalideres 06, West Jakarta. This research uses a descriptive qualitative method with the subjects assigned are 5 students with special needs in the Slow Learner from each high class in the school, namely grades IV, V, and VI. From the results of this study, it was found that the lack of attention during the learning process and less creative learning methods were the factors that caused slow learner to have difficulty in participating in learning followed by low self-confidence. There is a fact that students with special needs are very difficult to have a high level of self-confidence. The student will not have a level of optimism when receiving criticism.
Muhamad Azwar Annas, Aris Widodo, Muktamar Cholifah Aisiyah, Izza Eka Ningrum, Dini Makrufah
Published: 30 July 2022
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 2, pp 612-622; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v2i4.516

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Research on the Characterization of the Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) Light Sensor has been carried out with the aim of understanding the characteristics of the LDR light sensor, for processing changes in the LDR resistance value as a measurement of light intensity and for accessing an 8-bit resolution ADC by entering the LDR light sensor voltage result. The value of the resistance on the LDR depends on the size of the light received by the LDR itself. In addition, the greater the intensity of light hitting the LDR surface, the smaller the resistivity. On the other hand, the smaller the intensity of light hitting the LDR, the greater the resistance value. The basic principle used in the use of LDR resistors as components of this sensor is the change in the resistance value and the amount of current flowing in the circuit. In this experiment, the distance variations of 0cm, 3cm, 6cm, 9cm, 12cm, 15cm, 18cm, 21cm, 24cm, 27cm and 30cm were used. LDR characteristics are slow response in identifying light intensity, the greater the light intensity the smaller the resistivity, LDR can be used to read changes in light intensity and data retrieval can be done with an op-amp and a microcontroller.
Nuraini Karim Damanik, Avif Ariyanto, Farid Setiawan
Published: 21 May 2022
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 2, pp 354-360; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v2i3.379

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Starting in 2021, the government will stop recruiting Civil Servant Candidates from the teacher formation, replacing it with a government employee line with a work agreement (PPK). This study also aims to analyze the policy of terminating PNS teachers. side of mistakes in policy making so as to make actions that are detrimental to private schools as a result of taking teachers and transferring to other schools. UU no. 14 of 2005 concerning Teachers and Lecturers states that teachers are professional educators, where teachers have a minimum educational qualification of a bachelor's degree (S1) and are certified. In practice, education still relies on honorary teachers because of the shortage of professional educators. In terms of qualifications and competence, only a small proportion of honorary teachers have an undergraduate education and are certified. There are still many teacher qualifications that have not been mapped, especially auxiliary teachers who have not been registered in the basic education data. This paper examines the scheme of Government Employees with Work Agreements (PPPK) in meeting the shortage of educators in schools. The open selection of PPPK for honorary teachers and graduates of Teacher Professional Education (PPG) can be a solution for improving the governance of educators. This step is expected to overcome the problem of the shortage of competent educators and teachers can concentrate fully on carrying out their educational tasks without worrying about their welfare. Synergy between ministries/institutions and all related parties, including Commission X of the DPR RI through the functions of legislation, budgeting, and supervision is needed so that the PPPK selection produces quality teachers.
Muhammad Nur Hafidz Afif, Ajeng Widyaningrum
Published: 1 March 2022
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 2, pp 324-337; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v2i2.357

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This article aims to know the stories in the Qur'an from the perspective of Islamic education. This research is library research. From this study, it can be concluded that the stories in the Qur'an are an integral part of the content of the Qur'an. The stories in the Qur'an are stories about the ummah, events and, past events whose truth cannot be doubted. The stories in the Qur'an are various. The stories contained in the Qur'an are different from stories or fairy tales in general. This is because the characteristics that exist in the stories of the Qur'an are different from man-made stories or fables. The stories of the Qur'an are inseparable from the educational values contained in it. This aims to be an example (uswatun hasanah) and a lesson (ibrah) for mankind.
Siti Nurul Ilmah, Nur Latifah, Ina Magdalena
Published: 5 January 2022
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 2, pp 12-25; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v2i1.82

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Education is a community need that is expected to create quality human beings, to realize these expectations formally education is held in schools. The purpose of this study was to determine the role of the principal's leadership in improving teacher performance at SDN Rawakidang. The method in this study used qualitative research methods with a descriptive approach, data collection techniques used observation, interviews and documentation techniques. The results of the research of the principal as the head of the school conduct training and education and invite sources from outside related to KBM and according to the 2013 curriculum, always provide direction and motivation to teachers to use active methods, always supervise when the teacher is carrying out the teaching and learning process at school. class, provide guidance to teachers and education staff, the principal asks to be present 20 minutes earlier than the students and wait for students in front of the class. conclusion The role of the principal's leadership in improving teacher performance at SDN Rawakidang is to provide a democratic, disciplined attitude, and control each class during the teaching and learning process, democratic attitudes are sought to eliminate distrust in solving problems in the classroom. as well as at school, and a disciplined attitude is sought to provide a sense of responsibility.
Rudi Purwanto, Muhammad Irwan Hadi
Published: 15 November 2021
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 1, pp 62-71; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v1i3.45

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This research is Ex-postfacto research, namely research that examines the relationship between cause and effect. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the provision of punishment had an effect on the learning motivation of fifth grade students at SDN 1 Selebung Ketangga. The data collection methods used in this study were questionnaires, observations, and documentation. The results showed that X2 (Punishment) had an effect on Y (learning motivation).
Kurniati Kurniati
Published: 30 September 2021
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 1, pp 150-161; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v1i2.185

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The objectives of this classroom action research (CAR) are. knowing the improvement of early reading skills through picture card playing activities in group B. Early Childhood Education TK Harapan Kelayu, Selong District 2016/2017. In this class action research (CAR) was carried out in 2 cycles, from the results of the actions taken it was proven to be able to increase student learning mastery classically, namely in the first cycle by 60%, it could increase to 100% in cycle II. The results of this classroom action research show that learning by applying pictorial letter cards can improve the quality of learning and student learning mastery in language skills subjects with completeness reaching 100%.
Muhamad Zaril Gapari
Published: 30 July 2021
Journal: Masaliq
Masaliq, Volume 1, pp 25-43; https://doi.org/10.58578/masaliq.v1i1.47

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The sea is a source of livelihood for fishermen's families, and with the richness of the sea that exists in Indonesia, it should make the fishermen's family life better than just fit for life, but in fact the living conditions of fishermen's families who inhabit this coast contribute more to the poverty rate. in Indonesia, whereas the available and abundant marine natural resources can open up opportunities and opportunities in managing resources wisely by paying attention to their sustainability. This form of poverty and ignorance is clearly seen in the lack of facilities and infrastructure for fishery production and the low quality of human resources ( coastal women ) caused by low levels of education so that the ability and skills in managing production activities, mastery of technology and management are also low. The purpose of this study is to determine the economic life of fishermen communities and the role of fishermen's wives in improving the family economy. This type of research is a descriptive type of research with a qualitative approach . This research is located in Batu Nampar Selatan Village, Jerowaru District. Where the population of this study were all fishermen's wives in Batu Nampar Selatan Village as many as 726 and the samples taken were 30 people. The sampling technique was using purposive sampling technique. The data collection technique was carried out by means of observation, interviews and documentation, while the data analysis used qualitative analysis which was inductive in nature. Based on the findings in the field, it can be reported that the life of the fishermen in Batu Nampar Selatan is classified as poor and underdeveloped, because it can be seen from the people who have a low standard of living, lack of education, and are classified as underdeveloped, uncertain income causes fishermen to always be in poverty and deprivation . Furthermore, the role of fishermen's wives in Batu Nampar Selatan Village has a dual role. The factor that encourages fishermen's wives to participate in earning a living is because their husband's income is not sufficient for their family's daily needs, but even though they can generate income for the family, it does not necessarily change their living conditions because the wife's income can only fulfill their daily needs .
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