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ATTARBIYAH is published annually (once a year) by the State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga. These scholarly journals raise topics around education and teacher training, specifically those associated with Islam and Islamic values. ATTARBIYAH has been published since 1989 and has an ISSN registered in the PDII LIPI database since 2007. This OJS online platform has been commenced since 2016.
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ICONIS Book One (Editor), Roko Patria Jati; (Editor), Zakiyuddin; (Editor), Noor Malihah
ATTARBIYAH ICONIS Proceedings (2018)
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The theme of this conference is "Being Muslim in a Disrupted Millenial Age". The conference was motivated by the real challenges of the millenial generation and era. Indonesia is predicted to get demographic bonus in 2020-2045. According to the calculations of the National Family Planning Board (BKKBN) RI, in the decade, as many as 70 percent of Indonesian citizens are in the productive age, which is between 15 to 64 years. Only 30 percent are unproductive, for instance under 14 years and over 65 years old. Of course, demographic bonuses have an impact on the increasing number of young people, or more specifically, millennial generation.According to Neil Howe and William Strauss in the book Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (2000), millennial generation are those born between 1982 and 20 years later. This means that this year, they are between 15 to 35 years old. Neil and William call the millennial as the generation that determines the future. In Indonesian context, the millennial lifestyle has had a profound influence on various aspects of personal and public life; social, cultural, economic, political and even religious. The most noticeable aspect is the increasing role of social media, which is mainly driven by the millennial generation. The role of social media, for example, has far-reaching impacts on the creative economy, with the increasing variety of digital entrepreneurship-based professions utilizing online sites, youtube, instagram, twitter and facebook. While in politics, social media becomes the personal space of branding and attention seekers that characterize millennials. Interestingly, in many parts of the world, research on millennial generation has grown considerably. In addition to the above books, some of the more popular ones were the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and University of Berkeley research in 2011 about the millennial generation of America; The Pew Research Center Review entitled Millennials: A Portrait of Generation Next (2010). Similarly the Texas-US based Center for Generational Kinetics through the intense genhq.com site is doing recent research on Millennial and Z generations.Similar research focusing on Muslim millennials is done by the Tabah Foundation of the United Arab Emirates entitled Muslim Millennial Attitudes on Religion and Religious Leadership (2016); The work of British Muslim writer Shelina Zahra Janmohamed Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World (2016) is also interesting. In Indonesia, research and publications on millennial generations begin, but it is still difficult to find specific references to Muslim millennials. In fact, Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world. According to the latest data of the Cetral Intelligence Agency, the number of Indonesian Muslims reaches a range of 225 million, far beyond Muslim countries such as Iran, Turkey, Egypt, and countries in the Arabian Peninsula. The proportion of Indonesian Muslims is also very significant, namely 87.2% of the total population of Indonesia. Given that fact, Muslim millennial of Indonesia has a very strategic position in the future. Millennial Muslims in this country can lift the image of Indonesian Islam to become a world reference in realizing a peaceful and harmonious society. Actually, the image has been recognized world widely. Two decades ago, various international media praised Indonesian Islam as an ideal portrait of Muslim society. Newsweek in 1996 labeled Islam Indonesia as "Islam with a smiling face". Newsweek is so fascinated with the style of religious people in Indonesia, calling it: everyone was kind; everyone was moderate; everyone respected humanistic values and a harmonious life. Interestingly, six years ago, precisely in 2011, Indonesianist Martin van Bruinessen reviewed the label in his paper with a question: What happened to the smiling face of Indonesian Islam? Martin seemed restless with the Indonesian Islamic movement, which was originally identical with the vision of nationality and humanity, into a movement that tends to be more political and partisan.This is where Muslim millennial Indonesia can take on the role. Today, around us, the narrative of hatred seems so real. It is laid out clearly through utterances, arguments, and comments on the mass lines crammed with verbal and visual violence. With such great potential, Indonesian Muslim youth are given a choice: To let the hate narrative expand its space, or to present a counter-narrative, through viralization of virtues as the part of millennial-style. This is the significance of organizing this annual conference.
Proceedings International Conference on Indonesian Islam, Education and Science (ICONIS) 2017 (Editor), Roko Patria Jati; (Editor), Faizal Risdianto
ATTARBIYAH ICIIES Proceedings (2017)
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Religious discourse is one of the most important aspects to be examined in order to understand a social system where religious authorities play a very vital role. Religions have always shaped society in various ways; while at times there have been issues related to religious persecution, at other times religions have also lead to national and societal unity among people. Religious leaders, who are called as ulama in Islam, have the authority and the dominant power to articulate any religious discourse by means of texts, both in written and spoken formats for establishing a social system. There is a strong relationship between the ulama and the ummat which means the believers in an Islamic society. This relationship is often commented with other discourses such as politics, economics and other important ideas in a society. These discourses play a critical role in creating power dominance through creating an authoritarian system where the ulamas feel very convenient to give a verdict on the society regarding any political or social issues. It seems that the ulamas have unquestioned power regarding religion and they use it conveniently in order to superimpose their views even if they are partisan and parochial.Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama  ( NU) are the biggest Islamic social organization not only in Indonesia but also in the world. Both Islamic organisations have shifted the socio-religious discourses in Indonesia. Muhammadiyah which is earlier established, is well known as modernist Islamic organisation that is very keen to concern on philanthropy. While NU is traditionalist Sunni Islam group and it is as the biggest Islamic social organisation in Indonesia. This organisation was established on January 31, 1926 to preserve the local culture and maintain Aswaja (Ah-al-Sunnah wal Jama’ah) in Indonesia.  Abdurrahman Wahid, the grandson of NU founder Hasyim Asyari, inherited the leadership from his father, and was later elected Presiden of the Republic of Indonesia in 1999. The NU is visible in the form of accepted traditional culture which is as part of Indonesian culture.  The conggres of NU on 1-5 August 2015 declares itself as Islam Nusantara (Archipelagic Islam). This is an ijtihad, theological judgements based on the fundementals of religion, to elevate Islam as rahmat lil ‘alamiin (blessing for the entire universe). It is a concept of Islam which teaches its adherents to live together with others. Besides, this concept is also used to decrease social tensions between Islam and  local cultures that have been existed before Islam entering to the society. For Muhammadiyah, Islam is not merely teaching peace but Islam should be progressive in the peaceful coexistence. Therefore Islam is not a religion as such, it is also civilisation.The issues are strongly relevant to current situation of Mulsims in the East and West, which have similar problem called humanity crisis such as Palestine in the East and Islamophobia in the West. However, Muslims still believe that Islamic value will be an alternative value for the future civilization both in the East and West. Besides, Islamic values have proved its history as ethical basis of civilizations. The shared values and cultures have been practised by people in the East and West for long time even when state nation (nationalism) had not been established yet. People to people contact around the world had been taken place to strengthen the shared culture (values). They have similar experience how Islam to manage the country which consists of diversity in culture and at the same time how to encounter social and communal problems such as radicalism, capitalism, and globalisation.
ICONIS Book Two (Editor), Roko Patria Jati; (Editor), Zakiyuddin; (Editor), Noor Malihah
ATTARBIYAH ICONIS Proceedings (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (66.193 KB) | DOI: 10.18326/tarbiyah.v0i0.200-366

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The theme of this conference is "Being Muslim in a Disrupted Millenial Age". The conference was motivated by the real challenges of the millenial generation and era. Indonesia is predicted to get demographic bonus in 2020-2045. According to the calculations of the National Family Planning Board (BKKBN) RI, in the decade, as many as 70 percent of Indonesian citizens are in the productive age, which is between 15 to 64 years. Only 30 percent are unproductive, for instance under 14 years and over 65 years old. Of course, demographic bonuses have an impact on the increasing number of young people, or more specifically, millennial generation.According to Neil Howe and William Strauss in the book Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (2000), millennial generation are those born between 1982 and 20 years later. This means that this year, they are between 15 to 35 years old. Neil and William call the millennial as the generation that determines the future. In Indonesian context, the millennial lifestyle has had a profound influence on various aspects of personal and public life; social, cultural, economic, political and even religious. The most noticeable aspect is the increasing role of social media, which is mainly driven by the millennial generation. The role of social media, for example, has far-reaching impacts on the creative economy, with the increasing variety of digital entrepreneurship-based professions utilizing online sites, youtube, instagram, twitter and facebook. While in politics, social media becomes the personal space of branding and attention seekers that characterize millennials. Interestingly, in many parts of the world, research on millennial generation has grown considerably. In addition to the above books, some of the more popular ones were the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and University of Berkeley research in 2011 about the millennial generation of America; The Pew Research Center Review entitled Millennials: A Portrait of Generation Next (2010). Similarly the Texas-US based Center for Generational Kinetics through the intense genhq.com site is doing recent research on Millennial and Z generations.Similar research focusing on Muslim millennials is done by the Tabah Foundation of the United Arab Emirates entitled Muslim Millennial Attitudes on Religion and Religious Leadership (2016); The work of British Muslim writer Shelina Zahra Janmohamed Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World (2016) is also interesting. In Indonesia, research and publications on millennial generations begin, but it is still difficult to find specific references to Muslim millennials. In fact, Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world. According to the latest data of the Cetral Intelligence Agency, the number of Indonesian Muslims reaches a range of 225 million, far beyond Muslim countries such as Iran, Turkey, Egypt, and countries in the Arabian Peninsula. The proportion of Indonesian Muslims is also very significant, namely 87.2% of the total population of Indonesia. Given that fact, Muslim millennial of Indonesia has a very strategic position in the future. Millennial Muslims in this country can lift the image of Indonesian Islam to become a world reference in realizing a peaceful and harmonious society. Actually, the image has been recognized world widely. Two decades ago, various international media praised Indonesian Islam as an ideal portrait of Muslim society. Newsweek in 1996 labeled Islam Indonesia as "Islam with a smiling face". Newsweek is so fascinated with the style of religious people in Indonesia, calling it: everyone was kind; everyone was moderate; everyone respected humanistic values and a harmonious life. Interestingly, six years ago, precisely in 2011, Indonesianist Martin van Bruinessen reviewed the label in his paper with a question: What happened to the smiling face of Indonesian Islam? Martin seemed restless with the Indonesian Islamic movement, which was originally identical with the vision of nationality and humanity, into a movement that tends to be more political and partisan.This is where Muslim millennial Indonesia can take on the role. Today, around us, the narrative of hatred seems so real. It is laid out clearly through utterances, arguments, and comments on the mass lines crammed with verbal and visual violence. With such great potential, Indonesian Muslim youth are given a choice: To let the hate narrative expand its space, or to present a counter-narrative, through viralization of virtues as the part of millennial-style. This is the significance of organizing this annual conference.
MULTIMODAL LITERACY IN A BLENDED LEARNING SETTING: TEACHER’S AND STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES Masyhudianti, Ummy Khoirunisya’; Fauziati, Endang
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Technology takes crucial part in this 21st century, hence the educators have to deal with it and implement it in teaching and learning process. Blended learning emerges as fresh air for educators who want to maximize the advantages of face-to-face and e-learning environment. Nowadays, they should also adapt with the contemporary literacy called multimodal literacy to enhance meaning-making by using multimodal text in teaching and learning process. This is a case study that has aims to explore teacher’s and students’ perspectives in empowering students’ multimodal literacies in blended learning setting in teaching-learning writing as well as the reflection of teacher’s perspective in implementation. The participants of the research are a teacher and 24 students of English education department from one of undergraduate schools in Indonesia.  Data includes classroom observation and interview. The finding of this study revealed that the use of multimodal text in a blended learning setting gives many advantages for teacher and students in empowering students’ multimodal literacy. This study also found that the teacher’s perspective reflected the implementation of multimodal text in a blended learning setting. It also had contribution to support the development of educational technology and to improve students’ writing ability. 
ICONIS Cover & Preliminary Pages (Editor), Roko Patria Jati; (Editor), Zakiyuddin; (Editor), Noor Malihah
ATTARBIYAH ICONIS Proceedings (2018)
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The theme of this conference is "Being Muslim in a Disrupted Millenial Age". The conference was motivated by the real challenges of the millenial generation and era. Indonesia is predicted to get demographic bonus in 2020-2045. According to the calculations of the National Family Planning Board (BKKBN) RI, in the decade, as many as 70 percent of Indonesian citizens are in the productive age, which is between 15 to 64 years. Only 30 percent are unproductive, for instance under 14 years and over 65 years old. Of course, demographic bonuses have an impact on the increasing number of young people, or more specifically, millennial generation.According to Neil Howe and William Strauss in the book Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (2000), millennial generation are those born between 1982 and 20 years later. This means that this year, they are between 15 to 35 years old. Neil and William call the millennial as the generation that determines the future. In Indonesian context, the millennial lifestyle has had a profound influence on various aspects of personal and public life; social, cultural, economic, political and even religious. The most noticeable aspect is the increasing role of social media, which is mainly driven by the millennial generation. The role of social media, for example, has far-reaching impacts on the creative economy, with the increasing variety of digital entrepreneurship-based professions utilizing online sites, youtube, instagram, twitter and facebook. While in politics, social media becomes the personal space of branding and attention seekers that characterize millennials. Interestingly, in many parts of the world, research on millennial generation has grown considerably. In addition to the above books, some of the more popular ones were the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and University of Berkeley research in 2011 about the millennial generation of America; The Pew Research Center Review entitled Millennials: A Portrait of Generation Next (2010). Similarly the Texas-US based Center for Generational Kinetics through the intense genhq.com site is doing recent research on Millennial and Z generations.Similar research focusing on Muslim millennials is done by the Tabah Foundation of the United Arab Emirates entitled Muslim Millennial Attitudes on Religion and Religious Leadership (2016); The work of British Muslim writer Shelina Zahra Janmohamed Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World (2016) is also interesting. In Indonesia, research and publications on millennial generations begin, but it is still difficult to find specific references to Muslim millennials. In fact, Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world. According to the latest data of the Cetral Intelligence Agency, the number of Indonesian Muslims reaches a range of 225 million, far beyond Muslim countries such as Iran, Turkey, Egypt, and countries in the Arabian Peninsula. The proportion of Indonesian Muslims is also very significant, namely 87.2% of the total population of Indonesia. Given that fact, Muslim millennial of Indonesia has a very strategic position in the future. Millennial Muslims in this country can lift the image of Indonesian Islam to become a world reference in realizing a peaceful and harmonious society. Actually, the image has been recognized world widely. Two decades ago, various international media praised Indonesian Islam as an ideal portrait of Muslim society. Newsweek in 1996 labeled Islam Indonesia as "Islam with a smiling face". Newsweek is so fascinated with the style of religious people in Indonesia, calling it: everyone was kind; everyone was moderate; everyone respected humanistic values and a harmonious life. Interestingly, six years ago, precisely in 2011, Indonesianist Martin van Bruinessen reviewed the label in his paper with a question: What happened to the smiling face of Indonesian Islam? Martin seemed restless with the Indonesian Islamic movement, which was originally identical with the vision of nationality and humanity, into a movement that tends to be more political and partisan.This is where Muslim millennial Indonesia can take on the role. Today, around us, the narrative of hatred seems so real. It is laid out clearly through utterances, arguments, and comments on the mass lines crammed with verbal and visual violence. With such great potential, Indonesian Muslim youth are given a choice: To let the hate narrative expand its space, or to present a counter-narrative, through viralization of virtues as the part of millennial-style. This is the significance of organizing this annual conference.
STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN MENYENANGKAN DENGAN KONSEP LEARNING REVOLUTION Wahyudi, Dedi; Azizah, Habibatul
ATTARBIYAH Vol 26 (2016): ATTARBIYAH
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Dalam setiap proses pendidikan, tentu tidak luput dari berbagai kegiatan belajar dan mengajar yang terjadi di dalamnya. Salah satu hal yang menandakan bahwa seorang individu telah melakukan kegiatan pembelajaran adalah terjadinya perubahan baik dari segi tingkah laku maupun pengetahuan pada diri peserta didik baik pada aspek kognitif, afektif maupun psikomotornya. Namun, hal tersebut hanya dapat terjadi apabila proses pembelajaran lancar sesuai dengan keinginan pendidik maupun peserta didik. Kegiatan pembelajaran akan berjalan lancar dan sesuai harapan apabila kegiatan pembelajaran berada dalam keadaan yang menyenangkan serta tidak membuat para siswa tertekan dengan kegiatan belajar tersebut. Selama ini, kegiatan pembelajaran cenderung bersifat monoton dan membosankan. Sehingga mereka tidak mempunyai motivasi dan semangat belajar yang tinggi. Untuk mengatasi permasalahan tersebut, seorang pendidik harus kreatif dengan menerapkan konsep Learning revolution, yang diharapkan mampu membuat suasana belajar menjadi lebih berkesan dan menyenangkan sehingga kualitas pembelajaran akan meningkat. Learning revolution merupakan proses belajar menyenangkan yang tentu sesuai dengan kemauan peserta didik, dengan harapan dapat meningkatkan semangat belajar mereka dan proses pembelajaran akan berjalan lancar sesuai dengan keinginan peserta didik. In any educational process, certainly not escape from a variety of teaching and learning that happens in it. One thing that signifies that an individual has learning activity is the change in terms of both behavior and knowledge on self-learners well on cognitive, affective and psycomotor. However, it can only happen if the learning process smoothly in accordance with the desire of educators and learners. Learning activities will run smoothly and according to expectation when the learning activities in a state of pleasant and not make the depressed student with the learning activities. During this time, the learning activities and to be monotonous and boring. So they do not have the motivation and the spirit of learning. To overcome these problems, an educator must be creative by applying the concept of the learning revolution, which is expected to make learning more memorable and enjyable so that the quality of learning will increase. Learning revolution is a fun learning process that would correspon to the willingness of students, with the hpe of improving their enthusiasm for learning and the learning process will run smoothly in accordance with the wishes of learners. Kata kunci: strategi pembelajaran, pembelajaran menyenangkan, learning revolution
UPAYA MENINGKATKAN HASIL BELAJAR PENDIDIKAN KEWARGANEGARAAN MELALUI PEMBELAJARAN KOOPERATIF MODEL JIGSAW Yubaidah, Siti
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui bagaimana meningkatkan hasil belajar pendidikan kewarganegaran pada pembelajaran tingkat dasar melalui pembelajaran kooperatif model jigsaw. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan pada Peserta Didik Kelas V Sekolah Dasar (SD) Negeri I Mayong Kidul Jepara Tahun Pelajaran 2015/2016. Jenis penelitian ini adalah penelitian tindakan kelas yang biasanya disebut dengan PTK. Pada penelitian tindakan kelas ini dilakukan dalam dua kali siklus tindakan. Pada penelitian ini peneliti adalah seorang pendidik dalam pelaksanaan proses pembelajaran pendidikan kewarganegaraan. Pada setiap siklus pada penelitian tidakan kelas ini terdiri dari perencanaan, pelaksanaan pembelajaran pendidikan kewarganegaraan, observasi serta refleksi. Selanjutnya subjek pada penelitian ini adalah peserta didik kelas V Sekolah Dasar (SD) Negeri I Mayong Kidul Jepara Tahun 2015/2016 dengan jumlah peserta didiknya adalah 20 orang. This study aims to determine how to improve learning outcomes of citizenship education course at the primary (elementary) level of education in Indonesia through cooperative learning using jigsaw models. The research was conducted involving the students of grade five of Elementary School (SD) I Mayong Kidul Jepara in the academic year of 2015/2016. This research is a classroom action research that is usually called in Indonesian context as penelitian tindakan kelas (PTK). In this classroom action research, the study was conducted in two cycles of action. In this study, the researcher is a teacher-researcher in the implementation process of civic education course. In each cycle of this classroom action research, I conducted several activities such as planning, actuating (implementation) the civic education course, observation and reflection. Furthermore, the subjects in this study were the students of grade five of Elementary School (SD) I Mayong Kidul Jepara Year 2015/2016 with the number of student participants is 20 people. Kata kunci: hasil pembelajaran, pembelajaran kooperatif, model jigsaw
MAKNA PUASA DALAM KEHIDUPAN yas, Il
ATTARBIYAH Vol 26 (2016): ATTARBIYAH
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Puasa sangat dikenal oleh masyarakat Indonesia, terutama bagi masyarakat muslim. Selain sebagai salah satu peribadatan wajib, puasa juga dapat dimanfaatkan sebagai metode untuk mengembangkan kualitas diri dan kepekaan sosial budaya. Jika kita dapat belajar secara mendalam, puasa merupakan metode yang memberikan kita nilai luas dalam panggung kehidupan. Nilai-nilai tersebut dapat terlihat dari setiap sudut kehidupan manusia yang meliputi nilai spiritual, nilai sosial budaya, pelatihan, pembatasan, dan kualitas diri manusia. Oleh karenanya, jika seseorang mampu memahami dan menerapkan nilai puasa dalam kehidupan, itu akan menjadi sangatlah indah, seindah surga sebagaimana yang telah digambarkan di dalam al-Qur’an. Fasting is very popular to Indonesian people, especially for Moslem community. Aside from mandatory prayer, it could be a method to develop self quality and socio-cultural sensitivity. If we are able to study in-depth, fasting is a method which gives us a broad value on the repertoire of life. This value can be seen from any angle of human life, including spiritual value, socio-cultural value, training, restriction, and self quality of a human. Therefore, if people able to understand and apply the value of fasting in life, it will be wonderful, as wonderful as heaven which is described by the Holy Quran. Kata kunci: makna puasa, kehidupan, peribadatan wajib
PROFESIONALISME GURU PAI DALAM PERSPEKTIF UNDANG-UNDANG GURU DAN DOSEN (STUDI KASUS) na, Sutris
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Profesi merupakan pekerjaan atau kegiatan yang dilakukan oleh seseorang dan menjadi sumber penghasilan kehidupan yang memerlukan keahlian, kemahiran, atau kecakapan yang memenuhi standar mutu atau norma tertentu serta memerlukan pendidikan profesi, sementara profesional adalah sikap aktualisasi kerja yang sesuai ataupun memenuhi standar dalam menjalankan profesi. Penelitian ini bertujuan menginvestigasi guru PAI Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan di kota Salatiga. Penelitian ini mengunakan pendekatan kualitatif dari sudut profesionalisme kerja. Pengumpulan data melalui kuesioner, teknik wawancara, observasi dan dokumentasi. Analisis data mengunakan analisis data kualitatif yang meliputi pengumpulan data, reduksi data, penyajian data, interpretasi data dan penarikan kesimpulan/verifikasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa guru PAI Sekolah Menengah Keguruan di kota Salatiga dapat dikategorikan profesional dalam menjalankan tugas karena memenuhi standar mutu, yaitu prinsip-prinsip profesional dan menunaikan kewajiban keprofesionalan sesuai dengan Undang-Undang Nomor 14 Tahun 2005. Profession is an activity or work conducted by someone (worker) and becomes a source of income that requires expertise, skills, or skills that meet certain quality standards or norms and requires professional education, while professional is an attitude reflected in one’s actualization (of working) which meets the already designed standards. This study aimed to investigate the Islamic studies (PAI) teachers of Vocational High Schools in Salatiga. This study used a qualitative approach to see the case from the point of professionalism. The data were collected through questionnaires, interview, observation and documentation. The collected data were then analyzed qualitatively covering several activities such as data collection, data reduction, data presentation, interpretation of data and drawing conclusions/ verification. The results showed that PAI teachers of Vocational high Schools in Salatiga could be categorized as a having professional attitude in the actualization of their work since they meet the professionalism standards as suggested by Government Regulation No. 14, 2005. Kata kunci: profesionalisme guru, guru PAI, Undang-Undang Nomor 14 Tahun 2005
MENINGKATKAN KEAKTIFAN DAN KREATIVITAS SISWA DENGAN METODE CO-OP CO-OP DAN STRATEGI PENINJAUAN KEMBALI di, Juma
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan keaktifan dan kreativitas siswa  dengan menggunakan metode co-op co-op dan strategi peninjauan kembali pada pembelajaran matematika siswa kelas XI IIS 1 di SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta. Jenis penelitian ini adalah Penelitian Tindakan Kelas (PTK). Subjek penelitian ini adalah siswa kelas XI IIS 1 di SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta. Objek penelitian ini adalah pelaksanaan pembelajaran matematika dengan menggunakan metode co-op co-op dan strategi peninjauan kembali. Penelitian Tindakan Kelas ini terlaksana dalam 3 siklus yang masing-masing siklus terdiri dari 2 pertemuan. Data diperoleh dari lembar observasi, catatan lapangan, angket keaktifan dan kreativitas siswa, hasil wawancara dengan siswa dan guru, dan dokumentasi. Analisis data dilakukan dengan reduksi data, penyajian data, dan penarikan kesimpulan. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa dengan menggunakan metode co-op co-op dan strategi peninjauan kembali dapat meningkatkan keaktifan dan kreativitas siswa.This research aims to enhance the activity and creativity of the students using the Co-op Co-op and Review Strategy of the mathematics class XI IIS 1 in SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta. This type of research is the Classroom Action Research (PTK). The subjects were students of class XI IIS 1 in SMA Negeri 2 Yogyakarta. The object of this research is the implementation of learning mathematics by using co-op co-op and strategic reconsideration. Classroom Action Research is carried out in three cycles, each cycle consisting of two meetings. The data were obtained from observation checklist, field notes, questionnaires of students’ activeness and creativity, interviews with students and teachers, and documentation. Data analysis was performed with data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. The results showed that using the Co-op Co-op and Review Strategy could enhance the activeness and creativity of the students. Kata kunci: metode Co-op Co-op, strategi Peninjauan Kembali, keaktifan dan kreativitas

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