http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/JPI/issue/feed Jurnal Pendidikan Islam 2019-09-04T13:18:58+07:00 Imam Machali jpi@uin-suka.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Jurnal Pendidikan Islam</strong> <strong><em>(Journal of Islamic Education</em><em>)</em> – JPI,</strong> p-ISSN: 2301-9166; e-ISSN: 2356-3877 is an international journal published by the Faculty of Education and Teaching Science State Islamic University (UIN) Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, posted twice a year in June and December. The journal focuses its scope on the issues of <strong>Islamic Education in Southeast Asia</strong>. We invite scientists, scholars, researchers, as well as professionals in the field of Islamic Education in Southeast Asia to publish their researches in our Journal. This Journal has published every June and December annually.</p> <p><strong>Jurnal Pendidikan Islam (</strong><strong><em>Journal of Islamic Education</em></strong><strong>) – JPI</strong>, has been accredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education with Keputusan Direktur Jenderal Penguatan Riset dan Pengembangan Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi Republik Indonesia No. I/E/KPT/2015, dated 21 September 2015.</p> <p><strong>Jurnal Pendidikan Islam (</strong><strong><em>Journal of Islamic Education</em></strong><strong>) – JPI</strong>, has become a CrossRef member and all articles published by Jurnal Pendidikan Islam will have unique DOI number.</p> <p><strong>Jurnal Pendidikan Islam (<em>Journal of Islamic Education</em>) – JPI</strong>, has been indexed in DOAJ, Sinta, Moraref, Google Scholar, Academia.edu, Researchgate, at all.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/JPI/article/view/2474 Islamic Education in Indonesia and Malaysia: Comparison of Islamic Education Learning Management Implementation 2019-08-28T15:07:36+07:00 Erni Munastiwi erni.munastiwi18@gmail.com Marfuah Marfuah marpuah@uthm.edu.my <p class="Abstrak" style="margin-left: 0cm; text-align: justify;"><span lang="IN">This study aims to reveal the comparative management of Islamic Education (Islamic Education) learning in Indonesia and Malaysia. The research method was a case study. The aspect of the study includes planning, implementation, and evaluation. Data collecting techniques were documents, archive records, interviews, and observations. The informant selection technique was a purposive sampling procedure from Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (MI) Bego, Sembego, Maguwoharjo, Depok, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Sekolah Rendah Malaysia (Malaysian Primary School) or Sekolah Kebangsaan (Malay-medium National Schools) Jelotong, Paritraja, Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. The results of the study show that both Indonesia and Malaysia produce similarities in terms of the stages of the planning, implementation, and evaluation processes. The uniqueness of other similarities can be found in choosing the topic of Islamic religious subjects in the learning process. In addition to the similarities, there are differences in the underlying philosophy of making an Islamic Education curriculum.</span></p> 2019-08-28T15:06:13+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Jurnal Pendidikan Islam http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/JPI/article/view/2113 School Culture Program: Implementation of School Innovation in the Disruption Era in SDIT Anak Sholeh Mataram Lombok 2019-08-28T15:21:43+07:00 Emawati Emawati emawatinabil@yahoo.com <p style="text-align: justify;">This study aims to explore the innovations of Islamic schools in Lombok in the face of the disruption era. SDIT Anak Sholeh Mataram is a representation of a school that made the innovation effort. Data were obtained using the methods of observation, interviews, and documentation. Meanwhile, the theory used to analyze the problem in this study is to adapt the theory of "natural drift." Based on this theory, schools are living systems. The results show that SDIT Anak Sholeh Mataram succeeded in existing and surviving in its interaction and adaptation with its environment. This success was supported by school innovations in the form of a program called "School Culture." This program is a model designed and implemented in order to develop students' personal and social skills. This program emphasizes the practice of religious values ​​in the daily lives of students. Evaluation of "School Culture" is done in writing and non-writing adjusted to the form of activities in the program. The success of this program lies in the active collaboration between schools, parents, the community, and the government. A note for this program is the need to instill awareness in all School Culture activities. This innovative program succeeded in triggering the appreciation of the SDIT shown by the people of Mataram.</p> 2019-08-28T15:21:02+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Jurnal Pendidikan Islam http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/JPI/article/view/2419 Mass Rallies: An Overview of Santri Rejection on the Five-day School Policy in Indonesia 2019-09-04T13:01:59+07:00 Fariz Alnizar fariz@unusia.ac.id <p style="text-align: justify;">The Regulation of Ministry of Education and Culture No. 23 of 2017 concerning School Day resulted in a tremendous wave of protest. The public takes part in different sides, the pro and the contra. This research uses a hermeneutical paradigm with causal historical analysis. The results of the study show that the refusal among the pesantren community is based on a robust doctrine of the fiqh rules as a form of orthodoxy and adherence to the values taught by the pesantren. Second, the government is playing with language on its policy. In the context of full-day school regulation, the government still uses euphemism as a strategy of education political ethic. Third, Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) has a very central role in rejecting the five-day school policy.</p> 2019-09-04T12:59:25+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Jurnal Pendidikan Islam http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/JPI/article/view/2545 Strengthening Students’ Character through Tahfidz Quran in Islamic Education Curriculum 2019-09-04T13:18:58+07:00 Muhammad Kosim muhammadkosim@uinib.ac.id Martin Kustati martinkustati@uinib.ac.id Ahmad Sabri sabriahmad81@yahoo.co.id Mujahidil Mustaqim mujahidil.mustaqim@student.upi.edu <p style="text-align: justify;">This article related to a character education model aims to link the orientation of intra-curricular activities and extra-curricular activities, which are typically conducted separately. In this context, the built model is not to reproduce what has been taught in intra-curricular activities, which leads to inefficiencies. It is also not as a substitution where extra-curricular activities replaced intra-curricular activities based on the assumption of distrust in the process of character formation in intra-curricular activities. The model in the form of extra-curricular activities has a role in strengthening character education efforts performed in intra-curricular activities. This rises within the Islamic studies subject and Tahfidz Quran extra-curricular activity. By building the spirit of character education, the model creates the Quran as the primary foundation to the life philosophy of Minangkabau people in West Sumatra, “Adat Basandi Syara, Syara Basandi Kitabullah.” This model is derived from the research conducted in two senior high schools: SMAN 1 Padang Panjang and SMAN 1 Padang. The research uses qualitative methodology, and data are collected through observation, interview, and documentation. The results of the study are thematically analyzed in three main categories: the reinforcement patterns of the curriculum of Islamic Studies through Tahfidz Quran activities; students’ efforts in memorizing the Quran; and the impacts of Tahfidz program initiation on students’ character.</p> 2019-09-04T13:17:44+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Jurnal Pendidikan Islam