Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER <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> Pascasarjana Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan UIN Sunan Kalijaga en-US Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2580-3204 CULTIVATION OF LEADERSHIP CHARACTER ON EARLY CHILDHOOD THROUGH THE STORY OF QUEEN BALQIS http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2388 <p>This article aims to know how the method of planting leadership character <span>in</span>to early childhood through the story of Queen Balqis. The story of Queen Balqis is recounted in the Qur'an surah an-Naml. The story of Queen Balqis originated from the news brought by the bird Hud-Hud to the Prophet Sulaiman about a country led by a woman. The land of Saba ' was called by God in the Qur'an as the country of <em>Baldatun </em><em>thoyyibatun</em> <em>wa</em> <em>robbun</em> <em>ghofurun</em> (a safe and prosper country and receiving forgiveness from God). There are several characteristics of Queen Balqis, namely: have a big effect, democratic, intelligent, giving priority to the safety of her people and the Knights-at-heart. The period of early childhood is the period of the golden age, which at this time is very important to develop the character of children's leadership to become qualified leaders and private. The method of planting leadership character into early childhood through the story of Queen Balqis could be through the way of watching movies, talking, conversation, role-playing, and the example method of conditioning.</p> Ria Astuti Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/workflow/index/2388/1 2 2 1 11 THE SCIENTIFIC APPROACH AND DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS' SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDES AT STATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SDN) OF DEMANGAN YOGYAKARTA http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2391 <p>The purpose of this research is to describe and analyze how the scientific approach and the development of students' scientific attitude in the thematic content of 2013 curriculum implementation. This type of research is qualitative research. Data are collected by using observation, interview, and documentation. This study intends to gain an understanding of the relevant facts about the application of the scientific approach to develop students' scientific attitude in the thematic teaching subject. The results of this research showed that the State Elementary School Demangan (SDN) of Yogyakarta has begun to implement 2003 curriculum in the grade 1 and 4 since 2014 to date, but the implementation has stopped in 2015 because the curriculum 2013 has slightly changed. The process of learning in the classroom is currently running quite well. Teachers provide feedback well, develop student curiosity, discussion, give positive reinforcement, appreciation and also reflection together that ended by the conclusion. The students' scientific attitude that appears is a high curiosity characterized by the emergence of questions containing curiosity, their responsibilities in completing tasks, their efforts to discuss group and presentation in front of the class, respect for others, cooperation, courage, critical thinking and open. The learning activities are implicated in the implementation stage of the scientific approach. Finally, the implementation of the curriculum 2013 approach essentially develops students' scientific attitude, not only on the content of science but also other content, known as the thematic content.</p> Ratih Sukmawati Siti Fatonah Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-04-06 2019-04-06 2 2 12 44 THE CULTIVATION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRITS TO THE STUDENTS OF VOCATIONAL HIGHS SCHOOL (SMK) THROUGH SUBJECT OF ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND ETHICS http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2392 <p class="Abstract"><span lang="EN-US">One important aspect that is needed in the face of the current industrial 4.0 era is how to interest entrepreneurs can thrive, especially in the younger generation. Vocational High School (SMK) as an educational institution is a very strategic place to instill entrepreneurial spirit. Planting the spirit of entrepreneurship to be more effective must be done through all subjects. The subjects of Islamic Religious Education (PAI) and Ethics (Budi Pekerti) are one of the compulsory subjects in Vocational School and should also contribute to instilling the entrepreneurial spirit. The form of contribution from Islamic Religious Education is in the way of non-technical skills that are strictly related to attitudes and behavior or character that must be possessed by an entrepreneur or in other words Islamic Religious Education contributes to instilling the spirit or spirit of entrepreneurial spirit in students. The cultivation of entrepreneurial spirit is not necessary by adding new material but can be integrated with PAI and Ethics learning material that already exists in the curriculum. The PAI teachers are an essential and central component in determining success in integrating PAI and Ethics character subjects with the entrepreneurial world. Therefore, the PAI teachers need to have adequate insight into entrepreneurship and create a conducive learning atmosphere to instill an entrepreneurial spirit in students.</span></p> Arif Cahya Wicaksana Sukiman Sukiman Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-04-06 2019-04-06 2 2 45 64 INTEGRATING MATARAMAN CULTURE INTO ISLAMIC MANNER EDUCATION IN MI MA'ARIF PLAMPANG KULONPROGO SPECIAL PROVINCE OF YOGYAKARTA http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2393 <p>Regulation of Kulon Progo Regent number 65 of 2017 concerning strengthening character education confirms that Mataraman culture must be part of the learning program at the elementary school, including the Madrasah Ibtidaiyah as an Islamic-based education. This article aims to describe how the integration of Mataraman culture in Islamic manners education at MI Ma'arif Plampang Kulon Progo in the implementation of classroom learning and its application in madrasas, using a differentiated integrative learning model. This research is qualitative. MI Ma'arif Plampang integrates the Mataraman culture and Islamic manners education based on the guidelines for strengthening character education regulated by the Regent of Kulon Progo, by emphasizing mutual respect according to the morals taught in the Islamic religion. The teaching material of Mataraman culture that is integrated into Islamic manners education is <em>unggah-ungguh basa </em>of Javanese language and literature with subjects of <em>akidah-akhlak </em>(Islamic creeds and morality). The developed values are religious values, courtesy, respect and obedience to others. Supporting factors include government policies regarding the use of traditional Javanese clothing in the style of Yogyakarta every Thursday <em>Pahing</em>, the quality of teachers and facilities for madrasa infrastructure, although there are inhibiting factors, namely inconsistent behavior from teachers and outsiders to the mixed culture.</p> Sukiyat Sukiyat Abdul Munip Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-04-06 2019-04-06 2 2 65 86 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ABDURRAHMAN AN-NAHLAWI AND MARIA MONTESSORI http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2394 <p>This research is based on the view that early childhood education is a fundamental aspect of the direction of the child's life. On the other hand, the development of educational theory has an impact on the direction of progressive thinking on the pattern of education. The presence of serious attention to the golden age of children also determine an appropriate approach in the learning activities undertaken. The importance of the issue invites various views of educational leaders both from the West and the East, not least Abdurrahman An-Nahlawi and Maria Montessori. Both figures have contributed to the development of education for children from different perspectives. Based on the above, this research is directed to examine the thoughts of both into an alternative paradigm of Early Childhood Education. This research is a type of literature research with a philosophical, historical, and psychological approach. While the data are analysed using content and comparative analysis and using the inductive-deductive method in making conclusions. Based on the results of the research can be obtained: The educational concept of Abdurrahman An-Nahlawi for Early Childhood is based on the Shari'a of Islam as the perfect <em>manhaj</em> <em>Rabbani</em>. Thus, the ideal education is based on the Qur'an and Sunnah. Education becomes a means to prepare the child's life as a plenary man and realize the idealism of Islam in daily life. The concept of education Maria Montessori departs on the view of the child as a unique individual and able to construct learning independently. Thus, the need for an environment that is prepared for the development of children. Education is seen as real life for children.</p> Aghnaita Aghnaita Maemonah Maemonah Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-04-06 2019-04-06 2 2 87 115 SKILLS OF TEACHER IN TEACHING HISTORY OF ISLAMIC CULTURE: THE CASE STUDY IN MTS MA’ARIF KEJAJAR WONOSOBO http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2395 <p><span>This study is used a qualitative approach and intended to describe the teacher's skills in teaching History of Islamic culture at MTs Maarif Kejajar Wonosobo, and to analyze its suitability for the implementation of learning according to the Curriculum 2013. Data are collected by passive participatory observation. The results of the observations were analyzed by data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The results showed that the teacher's skills in reinforcement, variation stimulus, set induction and closure, classroom management and questioning, and mastering substances are good. However, the teacher has not developed many learning models following Curriculum 2013. The teacher conducts learning activities in the form of preliminary, main and closing activities with good performance, but it is relatively not useful in applying learning methods, because the teacher does not apply student-centered learning method as recommended or instructed in Curriculum 2013.</span></p> Ubayin Ubayin Karwadi Karwadi Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-04-06 2019-04-06 2 2 116 138 POLITICAL EDUCATION OF MADRASAH IN THE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE http://ejournal.uin-suka.ac.id/tarbiyah/index.php/SKIJIER/article/view/2396 <p><span>R</span>eading<span> the history of its development in Indonesia, the madrasa emerged from a growing concept in response to the attitude of modernizing pesantren away from it. However, the flow of madrasah is a trend of withdrawal trends, and the impression is less progressive. Many people appear in the community, who assume madrasa as an outdated educational institution and synonymous with underdevelopment. </span>However,<span> a small number of others assume the opposite. The focus of this article is to answer the question of why madrasas in their development in Indonesia are increasingly showing less progressive symptoms? How did the government build the madrasa? And how to work on madrasas in Indonesia that are fostered and developed. This article is written departing from library research, about the politics of education towards madrasa in a historical perspective in Indonesia.</span></p> Hamruni Hamruni Syamsul Kurniawan Copyright (c) 2018 Sunan Kalijaga International Journal on Islamic Educational Research 2019-04-06 2019-04-06 2 2 139 156