https://halaqa.umsida.ac.id/index.php/halaqa/issue/feed Halaqa: Islamic Education Journal 2023-12-01T09:37:52+00:00 Dr. Eni Fariyatul Fahyuni, M. 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This condition provides a great opportunity to develop interactive e-modules for learning, including mathematics learning. Pringsewu Muhammadiyah Middle School is a school that prioritizes Al-Islam and Muhammadiyah (AIK). The integration of AIK in mathematics learning is very suitable for this school. The knowledge of recitation contained in Surah Al-Kahf is presented and analyzed in the statistical knowledge contained in the e-module, which is a form of integration of AIK in mathematics. The aim of this research is to produce an integrated statistical e-module on Tajwid science in Surah Al-Kahf that is feasible and effective and it is hoped that this e-module can also teach Tajwid science to students. This type of research is development research which refers to the 4-D development model, namely Define, Design, Develop and Disseminate. The data collection instrument used was an expert assessment sheet for e-modules which included material experts, learning media and communication, curriculum design, AIK and users (teachers); student activity observation sheet; student response questionnaires and learning outcomes tests. The results of this research are that the integrated e-module of recitation science in Surah Al-Kahf is considered feasible based on expert assessments and is considered effective based on indicators of student activity, student responses, and student learning outcomes, with the percentage of active students being 100%, the percentage of positive responses students amounted to 96% and the percentage of students who obtained learning outcomes above the KKM was 96%. It is also hoped that the results of this research can be used as reference material for further research to develop similar products with different materials.</p> 2023-11-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Nurmitasari Nurmitasari , Binti Anisaul Khasanah , Robia Astuti, Wiwin Purnamasari , Nurmutoharoh Nurmutoharoh , Tegar Ilham Syahaputra https://halaqa.umsida.ac.id/index.php/halaqa/article/view/1630 Techniques and Steps of Islamic Education Learning Development: Integration of Islamic Values in Learning 2023-11-14T02:50:47+00:00 Tatang Hidayat tatanghidayat@arraayah.ac.id Ahmad Syamsu Rizal tatanghidayat@arraayah.ac.id Aam Abdussalam tatanghidayat@arraayah.ac.id Istianah Istianah tatanghidayat@arraayah.ac.id <p>The reality of learning in the materialism education system eliminates religious values that cause dry learning of divine values. The purpose of this study was to determine the techniques and steps of developing PAI learning through the integration of Islamic values in learning. This research uses a qualitative approach and literature study method. Data retrieval techniques come from primary sources and secondary sources with 6 months of searching for references. Data analysis technique with data interpretation. Based on the results of the discussion, learning is an art and science. Learning is a process of issuing all efforts both materials, methods, and media for the creation of systematic learning and teaching activities starting from planning, implementation, and evaluation to enable students to achieve learning objectives effectively and efficiently. The purpose of learning is to foster humans to be able to optimize their potential (jasadiyyah, aqliyyah, and ruhiyyah) in an integrative and comprehensive manner so as to increase the growth of innovative, creative thinking, proactive communication which includes activities of creativity, reflectivity, reciprocity, and responsibility arranged in appropriate systematic steps in the learning process. The results of this study have implications for the techniques and steps for developing PAI learning by integrating Islamic values in learning.</p> 2023-11-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Tatang Hidayat, Ahmad Syamsu Rizal, Aam Abdussalam, Istianah Istianah https://halaqa.umsida.ac.id/index.php/halaqa/article/view/1650 Effectiveness of Integrated Al-Islam and Muhammadiyahan Learning Semester Holiday Internship Program (PMLS) at Persyarikatan as Strengthening understanding of Muhammadiyah Ideology 2023-11-14T02:50:47+00:00 Yuanita Yuanita yuanita@unmuhbabel.ac.id Adi Saputra AdiSaputra@Unmuhbabel.ac.id <p>Islamic education in higher education through learning Al Islam and Muhammadiyah (AIKA) plays a very important role as the goal of national education is to produce graduates who have faith and devotion to God Almighty, especially facing future challenges, the need to strengthen Islamic ideology. AIKA education is a conscious and planned effort to believe in and understand the teachings of the Islamic religion in theory. The implementation of the results of strengthening understanding of Muhammadiyah ideology which contains Islamic and Muhammadiyah values is carried out by integrating learning with the semester holiday internship program (PMLS) at the organization. The aim of this research is to describe the effectiveness of AIKA learning which is integrated with PMLS as a means of strengthening understanding of Muhammadiyah ideology. The research subjects were 42 ta`awun students (students who received full scholarships from Muhammadiyah Bangkabelitung University) who were distributed to Muhammadiyah Business Charities (AUM). This research is qualitative descriptive. Data was collected from documentation, interviews and questionnaires in the form of average calculations, then analyzed using the Miles and Huberman Model triangulation. AIK knowledge from the lessons that have been followed and then implementing PMLS can provide meaningful knowledge and experience. Based on the average results of the questionnaire on understanding Muhammadiyah ideology, it was found that 35% Very Understand, 64% Understand, 1% do not understand Muhammadiyah ideology. It can be concluded that AIKA learning which is integrated with PMLS has very good effectiveness when used for learning, especially in understanding AIKA and strengthening Muhammadiyah ideology for ta`awun students at Bangkabelitung Muhammadiyah University.</p> 2023-11-10T08:34:15+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Yuanita Yuanita, Adi Saputra https://halaqa.umsida.ac.id/index.php/halaqa/article/view/1657 The Promotional Management Of Salaf Islamic Boarding Schools In Increasing Animo Of New Students 2023-12-01T09:37:52+00:00 Saipul wakit saipulwakitunmuh@gmail.com Zaharuddin M zahar.unu92@gmail.com Dasep Supriatna dasep@stitnualfarabi.ac.id Margiono Suyitno suyitno1974@gmail.com <p>As Islamic boarding schools grow and develop quantitatively, it certainly has a positive impact on society, namely that there are more and more choices of places to study Islam. However, from the negative side, as the number of Islamic boarding schools increases, there will be practices of competing with each other to gain influence and trust from the community. Therefore, the existence of Islamic boarding schools cannot be separated from elements of society who act as students or users. If the public is not interested in the Islamic boarding school, it will certainly have an impact on the sustainability and resilience of the Islamic boarding school. These conditions certainly require Islamic boarding schools to make efforts so that people are interested and willing to study at Islamic boarding schools. This effort is of course through promotion to the wider community using various methods, methods, media and requires good public relations. Therefore, this research specifically analyzes efforts, media, methods and sales marketing strategies to attract the interest of new students to study at Islamic boarding schools. Through qualitative research methods, researchers uncover and analyze Islamic boarding school efforts in carrying out promotions. Data collection techniques include observation, in-depth interviews and digging up documents from informants and research locations to obtain credible data and results.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2023-12-01T09:37:01+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Saipul wakit , Zaharuddin M, Dasep Supriatna, Margiono Suyitno