Psikopedagogia
Vol 11, No 2: December 2022

School Culture-based Students’ Wellbeing Development from Islamic Education Perspective: A Study in SD Muhammadiyah Ngabean, Sleman

Hendro Widodo (Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
Venti Venti (Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
Mohammad Jailani (Faculty of Education (Tarbiyah), Institute of Islamic Studies Muhammadiyah Pacitan, Indonesia)
Ahmad Muhammad Diponegoro (Faculty of Psychology, Ahmad Dahlan University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia)



Article Info

Publish Date
30 Dec 2022

Abstract

This qualitative study aimed to 1) Describe students’ well-being in SD Muhammadiyah, Sleman, and 2) find out the role of school culture in students’ well-being at SD Muhammdiyah Ngabean, Sleman.   Participants were the school principal, teachers, and students. Data were collected through interviews, observation, and documentation and analyzed through three stages: data reduction, data display, and verification. This study found that 1) aspects of student well-being, i.e., self-optimization and satisfaction, were categorized as high, while other aspects i.e., positivity and resilience, were categorized as moderate. 2) School culture that affects students’ well-being include physical artifacts, cooperation, commitment to achievement, harmonious relationship, and reinforcement. Students’ well-being development in SD Ngabean Sleman was relevant to Islamic education and learning patterns. This study may serve as the foundation for developing student’s well-being through school culture.

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