http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/issue/feed Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-12-19T15:59:38+07:00 Abdul Munip abdulmunip73@yahoo.co.id Open Journal Systems <p>Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research (SKIJIER), ISSN Print: 2580-3204; online: 2580-3212 is periodically scientific journal published by Postgraduate Program of Tarbiyah and Teaching Faculty, State Islamic University Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The journal focuses on research about Islamic education in various perspectives. We invite scholars, researchers as well as profesionals in the field of Islamic education to publish their researchs in our journal. IJIER is published twice a year, in May and November.</p> http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2811 AL-QUR’AN AS AN “OPEN BOOK” IN EDUCATIONALPERSPECTIVE 2019-12-19T15:58:40+07:00 Mahmud Arif mahmudarif220@yahoo.com <p class="Abstract"><span lang="IN">Especially after the first age of Hijra, Muslims have been merely concerning with the issues of Qur’anic spelling, the rules of reciting the Qur’an correctly, and has just been giving attention to memorising Qur’anic verses. They paid a little attention to the dialogical aspect of the Qur’an so that they left behind. Qur’anic revelation that has proceeded gradually was one of apparent evidence for the meaning of dialogical aspect characterising “progressive revelation” of the Holy Book. Such revelation mode has reflected the existence of creative interaction among the Will of God, the empirical reality of life, and the demand of receiver society. The other evidence of its’ dialogical aspect was the first revelation to the Prophet containing instruction of reading. Based on this spirit, naturally, the Qur’an has been named with “the Book of education”. Like a living text, the Qur’an has positioned the receiver community of revelation as a partner of communication to open dialogue and communication occurring as in education rooms. In this matter, the relevance of educational Qur’anic interpretation can be elaborated. Educational perspective is a part of intellectual efforts to find out and to formulate prescriptions of education in the Qur’an, and a part of endeavours to position it as a source of knowledge and civilisation without neglecting the meaning of empirical realm and human intellectual capability as prime sources of science and civilisation. In educational perspective, the miracle of the Qur’an is more depicted from its’ transformative influences to mentality and mindset of Muslims, so at the first period of Islamic history in the past time, they have succeeded gaining the preeminent cultural achievements.</span></p> 2019-12-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2813 WHY ISLAMIC EDUCATION NEEDS TO BE INTERNALIZED IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF INDONESIAN PARENTS’ PERSPECTIVES 2019-12-19T15:59:38+07:00 Firdha Hayati firdha.hayati@yahoo.com <p><strong>Abstract: </strong>The emergence of Islamic education schools has become a trend nowadays in Indonesia. Madrasah Ibtidaiyah, Integrated Islamic Elementary School, Islamic Junior High School and Senior High School, Madrasah Aliyah even Integrated Islamic Kindergarten and Raudhatul Athfal and Aisyiyah Bustanul Athfal (ABA) Kindergarten are widely known among the community. Many parents choose Islamic early childhood education to be their main choice. This study aims to explore why Islamic education needs to be internalized in early childhood. This study was conducted from 19 July 2019 to 20 August 2019 in some cities in Indonesia. A purposeful sampling method was used to select ten eligible participants. Data were collected through face-to-face, semistructured interviews and were analyzed using the conventional content analysis approach. Two categories emerged from the qualitative data including “creating Islamic environment,” and “the program offered is interesting”. According to the results, although the participants decided to choose the Islamic education for their children by selecting the Islamic school, they should consider that they must internalize the Islamic education in family by being role model for their children.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2019-12-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2795 BATIK EXTRACULICULAR AS A MEANS OF PLANTING VALUES OF CULTURE 2019-12-19T15:17:22+07:00 Pangestu Cahyo Gumelar pangestucah@gmail.com <p><strong>Abstract: </strong>Schools are part of the community, therefore schools must be able to strive for the preservation of the cultural richness of the community. Giriloyo Village, Imogiri, Bantul as an area that still preserves batik activities, and even batik becomes the main livelihood for several families. To continue to maintain this cultural heritage, MI Ma'arif Giriloyo I included batik extracurricular into local content that must be taken by students. This extracurricular batik aims to instill cultural values ​​so that students can foster a sense of love for their own culture. This type of research is qualitative research. Data collection techniques using the method of observation, documentation, and interviews. The object of this research is the implementation of batik extracurricular activities. With the subject of the Madrasah Head, Batik Extracurricular Teachers, students in grade V. Data analysis methods developed by Miles and Huberman are data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing/verification. Test the validity of the data using reference material. The results of this study indicate that: 1) The batik extracurricular implementation is carried out consistently and systematically according to the learning steps starting from the introduction, core and closing activities. 2) The teacher develops the creativity of students by giving them freedom of expression and constant practice. 3) The inhibiting factors in batik extracurricular implementation are the lack of class hours, the amount of equipment that is not balanced with students, there is no specific place for batik practice. Factors supporting the implementation of batik extracurricular include the community environment, high student interest.</p> 2019-12-19T15:17:21+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2802 IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL LITERACY MOVEMENT IN INSTILLING CHARACTERS TO READ LOW GRADE STUDENT IN THE INTEGRATED ISLAMIC SD LUKMAN AL HAKIM SLEMAN 2019-12-19T15:22:56+07:00 Yuli Setiawati Yulisetiawati044@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this study is to describe the implementation of school literacy movement in instilling characters to read low-grade students in the integrated Islamic SD Lukman Al Hakim Sleman. This research is included in qualitative research. The design of this research uses a single case study approach for collection through observation, interviews, and documentation. The data analysis techniques in this research use data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. The validity test in the study uses data source triangulation and triangulation method. The findings of the research is the implementation of school literacy movement in instilling characters to read low-grade students in integrated Islamic SD Lukman Al Hakim Sleman has been implemented using the method of 15 minutes reading. GLS conducted at the integrated Islamic SD Lukman Al Hakim Sleman focuses on reading with the aim of instilling characters to read in low-grade students. Through the implementation of school literacy movement in instilling the optimal character of reading, and motivating and giving the spirit for the students to read will create the character to read the good students and shape the love of Students to Reading.</p> 2019-12-19T15:21:48+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2801 SHARENTING IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION 2019-12-19T15:28:14+07:00 Fitria Fauziah Hasanah dheziah.07@gmail.com <p>This article discusses “sharenting” (sharing representations of one’s parenting or children online) in the perspevtive of Islamic education. The term “sharenting”, coined from “share” and “parenting”, When parents share information about their children online, they do so without their children’s consent. Lack of legal regulations regarding the protection of children’s privacy online was also pointed out. sharenting has become a subject of research by increasing numbers of scholars worldwide, but the knowledge of this phenomenon is still meagre. This Article explores potential legal solutions to this issue and offers a set of best practices for parents to consider when sharing about children online in the perspevtive of Islamic education that Sharenting must be done by parent by maintaingin four principles : Maintain the nature of children (<em>al muhafazoh</em>), Develop childrens potential (<em>at tanmiyah</em>), With clear directions (<em>at taujih</em>), and Gradually (<em>at tadaruj</em>).</p> 2019-12-19T15:27:18+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2786 EDUCATION POLICY ANALYSIS IN ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT REGULATION NO 17 YEAR 2010 2019-12-19T15:33:17+07:00 Mutia Ulfa rizalfahmi.ab46@gmail.com <p class="Abstract"><span lang="IN">Access to education refers to the government regulation No. 17 of 2010 on the expansion and equitable access to education. Pemerintahah able to pursue that whole communities are able to obtain the same rights to education in both urban and rural areas. There are several products that include equity and equal access to education, namely; infrastructure standards, standards development level of achievement, the standard scope of development, lesson planning standards, standardized implementation of learning, learning assessment standards, standards kualisifikasi educators and education personnel, standardized management and financing standards. Further products in the distribution and access to education dianlisis from various perspectives, namely; economic analysis, political analysis, analysis of socio-cultural, and administrative analysis.</span></p> 2019-12-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2787 INSTILLING ISLAMIC EDUCATION STRATEGY FOR CHILDREN IN INDONESIA AT DIGITAL ERA 2019-12-19T15:36:01+07:00 Izattul Isnaini izanatul.isnaini@yahoo.com <p class="Abstract"><span lang="IN">The world experiences massive fundamental changes as a result of the digital era. Not only in the field of technology and communication, changes also occur in children's daily behavior. Bad various shows can be accessed easily by children and can cause negative behavioral effects on children. Supervision is needed from parents to guide children for negative impacts can be minimized. The problem that occurs is most parents are confused about what should be done to prepare children in facing their environment. Instilling religious values from an early age is expected to be one of the strongholds for children to face changes. Pendidikan Agama Islam (PAI) is one of the most important pilar of education. A child’s character will build well, if it is started from cultivating religious sense of students.</span></p> 2019-12-19T15:35:58+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2803 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DYNAMIC ASSESMENT STRATEGIES BASED ON THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS VALUES TOWARD THE EARLY CHILDHOOD 2019-12-19T15:41:19+07:00 Maulida Maulida nadiyahgreen18@gmail.com <p>This study uses qualitative methods of observation, interviews, and documentation studies. This problem is motivated by a child who experiences delays in the development of religious and moral values. The purpose of this study is to describe how teachers implement dynamic assessment strategies based on moral values ​​in children aged 4-5 years. Then the data were analyzed using Miles &amp; Huberman analysis. The results show that the form of research used by the teacher concerned for children with the initials BC is a form of observation checklist assessment, portfolio worksheets, anecdotes. Various ways and activities applied by teachers in providing stimulus to children with the initials BC. Children with the initials BC have experienced the development of moral religious values, and the level of development of children is at the stage of developing (MB).</p> <p><strong>Keywords</strong>: Dynamic assessment, development, moral religious values</p> 2019-12-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2019 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research