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Applying English Video Learning Materials in Teaching Listening Kamarullah Kamarullah; Asnawi Muslem; Abdul Manan
English Education Journal Vol 9, No 4 (2018): English Education Journal (EEJ)
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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This study was designed to discover the use of English video learning materials in teaching listening to the second year students of the State Vocational High School (VHS) for Fishery of Ladong in 2018. The main goal of this study was to find out significant differences of the students’ listening achievement taught by applying the media (experimental group) and those taught with audiotape (control group). Each group selected, which was consisted of 24 students, brought the data through pre-test and post-test, which became as the research instrument. The result of which was then analyzed quantitatively. It was found that the mean score of the post-test of the experimental group (78.79) was higher than the mean score of the post-test of the control group (53.75). Moreover, both scores were analyzed by comparing ttest with ttable. The result of ttest was 8.44 while the ttable score at the level of significant degree α = 0.05 was 1.684. Therefore, the ttest score is higher than ttable (8.44 1.684). In other words, there was a significant difference in students’ listening achievement between the experimental and control groups. It can be taken into account that English video learning materials in listening class are helpful learning media.
An Overview of Inclusive Education in Eastern Aceh, Indonesia: What do the Educational Elements Say? Misri A. Muchsin; Siti Habsari Pratiwi; Cut Intan Salasiyah; Abdul Manan; Kamarullah Kamarullah
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 10 No 2 (2022): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
Publisher : SCAD Independent

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26811/peuradeun.v10i2.631

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Children with disabilities indeed are encouraged to have equal status in education with the normal ones. However, some domains may face particular challenges. Our article explores the insights of current inclusive education in eastern Aceh – Kabupaten Aceh Timur, Kabupaten Aceh Tamiang, and Kota Langsa – by discovering the views of 104 participants (students, teachers, principals, and officials of educational departments) on inclusive education. By applying a qualitative approach, we integrated a descriptive method through the distribution of questionnaires and interviews. Further, we analyzed the data in data reduction, display, and conclusion drawing stages. All students – both regular and disabled - had no problems sharing the same classroom, including the teachers and other school facilities, although some disabled thought that their school should have specific needs for them. Meanwhile, the officials had no strong power to support the development of inclusive education, while several schools may model inclusivity based on their school policy. Maximizing existing special education teachers, socializing the disabled’ needs to earn the rights for education within communities, and establishing special education centers at the university level, may contribute to the lack of inclusive education development in those regions.
Halal Tourism: A Proposed Sharia Model for Implementation Abdul Manan; Dicky Wirianto; Muhammad Arif Fadhilah; Kamarullah Kamarullah
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 11 No 1 (2023): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
Publisher : SCAD Independent

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26811/peuradeun.v11i1.784

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This qualitative study explored the proper and feasible Halal Tourism (HT) model regarding the implementation of Sharia law in Aceh Province, Indonesia. Observation, questionnaire, and interview were conducted at three important tourist cities in Aceh: Banda Aceh, Sabang, and Takengon. Three hundred twenty-five respondents participated in this research, and convenience sampling was used to select them. The results were analyzed using Miles and Huberman’s qualitative analysis method and the SWOT analysis to construct the expected model. The result indicated that the HT model must be arranged under the following six principles: ease, reliability, safety, trust, openness, and continual improvement. Those principles can be implemented in every aspect of tourism: policies and regulations, facilities, hotels, other accommodations, transportation, and human resources. Also, progress in the HT management must focus on implementing Sharia in the plenary (kaffah) and improving the locals’ prosperity. Besides, the HT model consists of planning, decision-making, providing support, socializing, implementing, and supervising, considering its principles toward tourism and local cultures and values. The implementation of the model is expected to ensure the communities' life and integrate their inextricable foundation, Sharia while stimulating their socio-economic through the possibility of investment and employment in the future.
Evaluating paper-based TOEFL preparation program using the Context, Input, Process, and Product (CIPP) model Abdul Manan; Muhammad Arif Fadhilah; Kamarullah Kamarullah; Habiburrahim Habiburrahim
Studies in English Language and Education Vol 7, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

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An evaluation for the development of a paper-based test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for English Education Department students at one of the colleges in Langsa, Aceh, Indonesia, is necessary, considering their unsatisfactory scores even though the preparation program has been conducted. This research employed context, input, process, and product (CIPP) model developed by Stufflebeam upon the program. Methodologically, interviews, questionnaires, and observation were executed to five TOEFL lecturers and 34 students, while the data obtained were analyzed with the qualitative analysis method of Miles and Huberman. Based on the evaluation of context, the program had an appropriate background, goals, and objectives. Regarding the input, it still had problems related to the availability of resources and facilities. There were no standardized learning materials available, including the broken language laboratory. It affected the process since the lecturers could not maximize the facilities to create an effective learning environment. Eventually, it affected the product since most students could not reach an expected score. Most of the participants agreed that the program needed to be improved. Several improvements can be made to overcome these problems by providing required learning facilities, designing standardized learning materials, and clustering classes in accordance with students’ abilities.
Saya Keras Demi Kepentingan Peserta Didik! Refleksi Pendidik terhadap Prinsip Mengajar dan Profesinya Kamarullah Kamarullah; Barep Sarinauli
Ta'dib Vol. 13 No. 1 (2023): Maret 2023
Publisher : IAIN Takengon

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.54604/tdb.v13i1.238

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Teachers are ‘actors’ who have many roles in education. Internal and external conditions are often not exposed by this profession. This study explores the issue of principles and the teaching profession as material for their reflection. Qualitatively, the researcher compiled the data from interviews with three selected informants to present their perspectives on the two issues mentioned. The data obtained were analyzed by being narrowed, displayed, and drawn conclusions. The findings show that educators have their teaching principles in motivating themselves and students. They are committed to carrying out their profession regardless of the educational dynamics.
EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF THE SHARIA IMPLEMENTATION IN ACEH, INDONESIA Abdul Manan; Cut Intan Salasiyah; Kamarullah Kamarullah; Tathahira Tathahira
MIQOT: Jurnal Ilmu-ilmu Keislaman Vol 47, No 1 (2023)
Publisher : State Islamic University North Sumatra

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30821/miqot.v47i1.923

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Abstract: The embodiment of traditional values, which were replaced by Islamic values, is strongly tied to the application of sharia in the central Aceh regency of Bener Meriah. It is interesting to note that the application of Sharia in that region involved both anthropological and social factors. This qualitative investigation looked at the application of Sharia in Bener Meriah as a social phenomenon reflected in local residents' behaviours. Purposive sampling was used to select respondents for interviews, which served as the data gathering method. The findings showed three things. First, while the government and associated organizations continue to socialize the Sharia, it is primarily about interpreting Islamic law as a punishment for lash breakers. Second, the integration of Sharia ideals into social interactions is a goal of the establishment of Sharia. In addition to the traditional values of the Gayo culture, which have a long history, locals' awareness of Sharia also plays a vital role. Accordingly, based on the findings, the Sharia implementation is effective, especially in light of the few Sharia infractions that were discovered.Keywords: Muslim communities; Public views; Sharia implementation; Social construction
Improving Disaster Preparedness Services for People with Disabilities Istiarsyah Istiarsyah; Kamarullah Kamarullah; Robiansyah Setiawan; Amir Hasan Dawi
Journal of ICSAR Vol 7, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Department of Special Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17977/um005v7i22023p248

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Lack of disaster preparedness has contributed to many disaster victims, especially people with disabilities, who are often neglected in making disaster risk reduction plans. In light of the recent World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR) in Sendai, Japan, and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) 2015-2030, which establishes new priorities for disaster risk reduction over the next 15 years, this issue has become a hot topic since then. This paper aims to contribute ideas to the Indonesian government in reforming and improving disaster preparedness services for people with disabilities based on successful theories, research, and practices developed in several countries. Through reviewing literature studies related to the issue and interviewing relevant informants in Indonesia, both data sources coped with six strategies that may contribute to improving disaster preparedness for disabled individuals. The strategies as the results of this study are intended to be used as reference material, particularly by the Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB), in order to aid in the creation of a framework to better comprehend the communication, mobilization, transportation, and medical requirements of people with disabilities in the context of preparing disaster preparedness program scenarios.
Evaluating paper-based TOEFL preparation program using the Context, Input, Process, and Product (CIPP) model Abdul Manan; Muhammad Arif Fadhilah; Kamarullah Kamarullah; Habiburrahim Habiburrahim
Studies in English Language and Education Vol 7, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Syiah Kuala

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24815/siele.v7i2.16467

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An evaluation for the development of a paper-based test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for English Education Department students at one of the colleges in Langsa, Aceh, Indonesia, is necessary, considering their unsatisfactory scores even though the preparation program has been conducted. This research employed context, input, process, and product (CIPP) model developed by Stufflebeam upon the program. Methodologically, interviews, questionnaires, and observation were executed to five TOEFL lecturers and 34 students, while the data obtained were analyzed with the qualitative analysis method of Miles and Huberman. Based on the evaluation of context, the program had an appropriate background, goals, and objectives. Regarding the input, it still had problems related to the availability of resources and facilities. There were no standardized learning materials available, including the broken language laboratory. It affected the process since the lecturers could not maximize the facilities to create an effective learning environment. Eventually, it affected the product since most students could not reach an expected score. Most of the participants agreed that the program needed to be improved. Several improvements can be made to overcome these problems by providing required learning facilities, designing standardized learning materials, and clustering classes in accordance with students’ abilities.