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PENERAPAN SISTEM FULL DAY SCHOOL DALAM RANGKA PENINGKATAN KUALITAS PENDIDIKAN DI MI AL-QAMAR BAGOR, NGANJUK Arsyadana, Addin
REALITA Vol 15, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : REALITA

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Efforts to improve the quality of education in essence not only lead to the results of education, but also on the process of implementation of education, the process here including the applied curriculum model. With regard to the application of curriculum, full day school system is one form of educational model that is considered to improve the quality of education. In this study, we want to find out whether the full day School system can improve the quality of education, the factors that can be the obstacles and supporters of the implementation, and how far the full day school system can improve the quality of education. Research that the authors do is included in the study with a qualitative approach. By data collecting method writer use observation method, interview, questionnaire and documentation.  Keywords: Full day school, Quality Education
STUDI KOMPARATIF ANTARA TEORI BELAJAR DALAM PERSPEKTIF BARAT DAN ISLAM Arsyadana, Addin
EMPIRISMA: JURNAL PEMIKIRAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN ISLAM Vol 24, No 2 (2015): Reorientasi Pendidikan Islam di Indonesia
Publisher : STAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/empirisma.v24i2.19

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Learning is a necessity and plays an important role because human beings are born weak who do not know and cannot do anything; they only have physical and spiritual potential (QS. al-Naḥl [16]: 78). Therefore, human beings are affected by how they are learning in which reason is the most vital element in their learning processes. A number of learning theories have been produced due to the urgency of learning which are categorized into two paradigms: the West and the East (Islam). This article attempts to examine comparatively the two perspectives of learning theories and their influence on Islamic education in particular. This article argues that even though Western learning theories have different orientations from that of Islam, Muslims still adopt those theories uncritically, even in Islam based universities which are still applying conventional learning theories.Keywords: Teori Belajar, Barat, Islam
STUDI KOMPARATIF ANTARA TEORI BELAJAR DALAM PERSPEKTIF BARAT DAN ISLAM Arsyadana, Addin
EMPIRISMA: JURNAL PEMIKIRAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN ISLAM Vol 24, No 2 (2015): Reorientasi Pendidikan Islam di Indonesia
Publisher : IAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/empirisma.v24i2.19

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Learning is a necessity and plays an important role because human beings are born weak who do not know and cannot do anything; they only have physical and spiritual potential (QS. al-Naḥl [16]: 78). Therefore, human beings are affected by how they are learning in which reason is the most vital element in their learning processes. A number of learning theories have been produced due to the urgency of learning which are categorized into two paradigms: the West and the East (Islam). This article attempts to examine comparatively the two perspectives of learning theories and their influence on Islamic education in particular. This article argues that even though Western learning theories have different orientations from that of Islam, Muslims still adopt those theories uncritically, even in Islam based universities which are still applying conventional learning theories.Keywords: Teori Belajar, Barat, Islam
PENERAPAN SISTEM FULL DAY SCHOOL DALAM RANGKA PENINGKATAN KUALITAS PENDIDIKAN DI MI AL-QAMAR BAGOR, NGANJUK Arsyadana, Addin
Realita : Jurnal Penelitian dan Kebudayaan Islam Vol 15, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : LP2M Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/realita.v15i1.466

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Efforts to improve the quality of education in essence not only lead to the results of education, but also on the process of implementation of education, the process here including the applied curriculum model. With regard to the application of curriculum, full day school system is one form of educational model that is considered to improve the quality of education. In this study, we want to find out whether the full day School system can improve the quality of education, the factors that can be the obstacles and supporters of the implementation, and how far the full day school system can improve the quality of education. Research that the authors do is included in the study with a qualitative approach. By data collecting method writer use observation method, interview, questionnaire and documentation.  Keywords: Full day school, Quality Education