Hasan Basri
Pascasarjana UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

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Ḍilā’ al-Kharāfati ‘alā al-Tarbiyyati fī al-‘Asr al-‘Abbasī Hasan Basri
Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi)
Publisher : Arabic Language and Letters Department

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jali.v1i2.9692


Although the establishment of Abbasid Dynasty was based on bloodshed, the dynasty had experienced golden periods, and one of them was education. That phenomenon was marked by the rise of Baitul Hikmah library which was the meeting point of sciences either from the west (Greece) or the east (India, Persia, and China). Then, Muslim experts developed them into various sciences, such as mathematics, philosophy, astronomy, medicine, physics, metaphysics, and literature. This article aimed to describe forms of fable in Abbasid dynasty, and the impact of fable in education during Abbasid dynasty. This study employed descriptive qualitative method by literature review approach based on post-positivism philosophy. In collecting the data, the study uses various techniques, such as reading and writing. To test the validity of the data, the author applied triangulation method. The data were analyzed through data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The results of this research showed that the fable forms in Abbasid dynasty are fable translation, while the impact of fable to education in Abbasid dynasty is moral learning effort of Abbasid dynasty’s society. 
Efektivitas Pemanfaatan Media Online dalam Pembelajaran di Masa Pandemi Covid-19 Hasan Basri; Lely Fathiyatus Sa’diyah; Siti Nur Khasanah; Danial Hilmi
Tarbiyatuna: Jurnal Pendidikan Ilmiah Vol. 5 No. 2 (2020): Juli - Desember
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Tarbiyah Ibnu Sina Malang

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This research aims to determine what applications are used by lecturers and students in learning and how it's effectiveness in supporting the learning process. The approach used in this research is qualitative, with data collection through observation, documentation, and interviews. To test the validity of the data, triangulation of sources, data and discussions with peers was used. Data was collected by interview via WhatsApp to ten students of UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang. The result shows that lecturers and students using apps Zoom Meeting, Google Meet, E-learning and WhatsApp Group to support learning online. Lectures with these media often have problems with the signal or internet network, especially for students who live in areas with poor signal and do not use wifi and that will also have an impact on the quality of learning that students receive. However, this application media is still considered effective by the majority of students, because it has advantages in practicality, saves costs and time, and facilitates communication between lecturers and students.