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International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology
ISSN : 27455289     EISSN : 27231402     DOI : https://doi.org/10.18196/ijiep
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology (IJIEP) is an open-access publication, published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. IJIEP provides an international forum for the discussion and rapid dissemination of research findings in psychological aspects of education ranging from pre-school to tertiary provision and the education of children. IJIEP aims to promote articles on Islam discuss that present original findings, new ideas, or concepts that result from contemporary research projects in Islamic education and Psychology area studies. As a journal that focuses on researches within a quantitative and qualitative scientific remit, IJIEP places particular emphasis on the publishing of high-quality empirical reports based on experimental and behavioral studies. Intended for a regional and global readership, IJIEP is published two times a year (June and December). As a peer-reviewed international journal, it welcomes scholarly in many countries works on Islam written in English.
Articles 30 Documents
An Assessment of Almajiri Integrated Model School Pupils' Performance in Qur'anic Subjects in Sokoto State, Nigeria Abdulhameed Ishola Jimba
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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Almajiri is an education system practiced in northern Nigeria whereby Almajiri pupils are only exposed to Quranic learning. For these pupils to become relevant and valuable in this modern society, the Federal Government of Nigeria formulated a formalizing their Almajiri education system and integrated Western education without jeopardizing Quranic learning. To find out if Almajiri education is not being negatively affected because of the policy, this study assessed Almajiri Integrated School Pupils' performance in Quranic subjects in Sokoto State, Nigeria. The research method employed was a descriptive survey. Using the purposive sampling technique, four schools (2 urban and 2 rural schools) where the needed data were readily available were sampled. Two hundred seventy-three (273) subjects (94 from urban and 179 from rural areas) were purposively tested for the study. Pro-forma was designed as a research instrument and collected the 2013/2014 primary 3 Promotional Examination Results. The Percentage, Mean and Standard deviation, Bar Chart, and t-test statistical tools were used for data analysis. The study revealed, among others, that the general performance of Almajiri Integrated Model School pupils in the Qur'anic subjects was below average. The paper concluded an urgent need to empirically explore factors responsible for the low performance to improve it.
Mitigation-Based Enlightenment Da'wah (Social Movement of MDMC Sulawesi-Southeast in Psychological Assistance to COVID-19 Survivors) Muhammad Alifuddin; Moh. Toriqul Chaer; Sukatin Sukatin
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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This study aims to describe the mitigation-based MDMC enlightenment da'wah in handling the impact of the pandemic, especially providing psychological assistance to the COVID-19 survivors' community. Research data were obtained through in-depth interviews, observation, and document review. All data obtained were analyzed using the Miles and Huberman paradigm. The results showed that Muhammadiyah first carried out mitigation-based enlightenment da'wah through various social activities by providing public awareness in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Second, da'wah based on a mitigation approach was carried out by the Southeast Sulawesi MDMC, with three approaches, an oral approach, brochures, and social media. The bil hal or bi al-amal approach was carried out through measured and planned actions, such as spraying disinfectants, distributing masks, sharing food, and providing scholarships to survivors. Third, the enlightenment da'wah based on the mitigation movement conducted by MDMC was inclusive and universally humanitarian oriented. This activity has proven to improve the psychological condition of the COVID-19 survivors. The pandemic period requires physical distancing, but social attachment must be solid because caring for each other can reduce stress levels and make the body's immune stronger.
The Application of Wahdah Method in Memorizing the Qur'an for Students of SMPN 1 Unggul Sukamakmur Khafidah, Wahyu; Wildanizar, Wildanizar; ZA, Tabrani; Nurhayati, Nurhayati; Raden, Zubeir
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June
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This study used a quantitative approach. The population in this study were 400 students in SMPN 1 Unggul Sukamakmur, while the number of teachers teaching Islamic education subject was 5 people. Since the population was too large, the objects of research were 5 Islamic education teachers, 40 students (10% of the population), and the principal of SMP N 1 Unggul Sukamakmur. Based on the results of interviews with Islamic education teachers, the researchers could see that they have been familiar and mastered the "Application of the Wahdah method." However, the teachers have not applied all the Wahdah theories entirely. In table 4.5, students applying Wahdah's methods were 95%. Table 4. 6 showed other methods used in addition to memorizing Qur'an. The memorization method was 90%, and the recitation or Tilawah method was 10%. Table 4. 7 showed how many times a week, the students learned the Qur'an using the Wahdah method, and the answer 100% was four times a week.
The Impact of Social Environment on the Sexual Self-Regulation of University Students in Uganda Musa Muwaga; Fuad Nashori; Achmad Sholeh
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December
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Most societies consider sexual self-regulation to represent a general temptation control mechanism, postponing gratification. This study aims to determine the social environment's impact on university students' sexual self-regulation in Uganda. The data were obtained using convenience technique sampling of undergraduate students at university "X" in Uganda. Students voluntarily completed the questionnaire in a regular classroom setting. The questionnaire elicited information regarding sexual regulative capacities like seeking accurate information from social environments like family, peer, and university environments. The data were analyzed using both univariate analyses (chi-square and analysis of variance and logistic regression. The results indicated that the social environment had a positive and significant relationship with sexual self-regulation and university students with a value of 1t1 ≥1.96, and factor loading≥0.50 was significant. These results should be considered by those working with university students in human sexuality and human development
Social Factor Effects on Linguistic Performance, Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence Kasmil S. Abdulwahid
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 2, No 1 (2021): June
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The main focus of this study was to determine the significant effect of social factors on linguistic performance, emotional and spiritual intelligence. The descriptive-quantitative method of research was used in the study. There were 110 students included as respondents that were selected through simple random sampling. The linguistic performance test, USM Emotional Quotient Inventory, and Spiritual Intelligence Self-Report Inventory served as instruments to gather data from the respondents. The data were analyzed through the use of t-test, ANOVA, and post-hoc. Based on the careful analysis, social factors affected students' linguistic performance, emotional and spiritual intelligence. The findings are summarized into the following: 1) There was a significant difference among the respondents' linguistic performance on students' family religiosity, involvement in the social group, and students' madrasah experience, 2) There was a significant difference in their emotional intelligence as far as students' family educational attainment, income, and students' madrasah experience, and 3) There was a significant difference on students' spiritual intelligence on their involvement in the social group.
The Concept of Hope in The Western and Eastern Perspective Azizunnisak Hidayati Wahyuna; Susi Fitriana
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June
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Hope is a defining element of effort, social change, awareness, and reason. The object of hope is a life that more complete, a life that more great, deliverance from eternal boredom, or for salvation or for revolution. Hope is paradoxical. Hope is a form of feeling associated with the time dimension. Everyone has different hope in life. However, sometimes we may find people with no hope. Humans who have no hope known as passive-apathetic people, while people who have hope as people who will always make themselves optimistic-active.
Establishing an Islamic Learning Habituation Through the Prophets’ Parenting Styles in the New Normal Era Kana Safrina Rouzi; Nikmah Afifah; Ciptro Hendrianto; Desmita Desmita
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December
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The COVID-19 pandemic, which has plagued since the beginning of this year, has shifted life habits, including study habits. They have changed from using hard file-based media (books, paper, pens, and pencils) to soft file media (network-based media) because students must learn from home. The purpose of this paper is to describe the concept of learning habits integrated with Islamic Learning Habituation through the implementation of the Al-Qur'an verses, containing the Prophet's parenting style by presenting a sense of muraqabah (the supervision of Allah SWT). This research method used text study. The research's nature was descriptive analysis research with idealistic patterns in reducing the Al-Qur'an verses and other literature to find solutions to research problems. The literature search results found that muraqabah's feelings in children would result in Islamic learning habits, namely learning practices that prioritized honesty, trust, and responsibility when studying online without parents' company.
Self-Regulatory Learning Patterns of Disabled Students at UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta Zamakhsari Zamakhsari; Siswanto Masruri; Sutrisno Sutrisno
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December
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This study aims to find the learning patterns of students with visual disabilities through self-regulation. This research approach is qualitative with phenomenological design and descriptive methods. This research study is a self-regulation pattern in students with visual disabilities by observing the interaction between students and the learning environment and social environments to achieve individual and academic goals. The author collected the data through interviews, observations, and documentation. This study concludes that this informants' metacognitive contribution provided positive and supportive directions for learning patterns based on students' self-regulation with visual disabilities UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta. The self-regulation of informants in learning formed from this metacognitive knowledge relied on the sense of hearing. The strategy came from listening, taking, and reading notes.
Development of Prophetic Intelligence (Phenomenology Study of Religious Transformation) Ahmad Sultoni; Alef Theria Wasim; Aris Fauzan
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 1 (2020): June
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This research is a study of the process and results of Prophetic Intelligence development conducted by Kalong students (students who are not staying in the school) in the Roudhotul Muttaqien Islamic boarding school led by KH Hamdani Bakran Adz Dzakiey. This type of research is qualitative research design with Phenomenology Study. Data collection techniques used involved observation, interview, and documentation. Qualitative data analysis used Interpretative Phenomenology Analysis (IPA) and Validity testing used triangulation and reflection. The results of this study are; 1) there are several transformation phases of the mystical experience of the kalong student with three sequences, a) Pre-transformation process in the desire to feel the essence of worship, b) the process of transformation in the derive of mystical experience towards Allah, and c) Post-transformation process that describes changes in a more religious mindset and more polite behavior and gives benefit to the surrounding. The mastery of prophetic intelligence by  kalong student is grouped in two ways; a) mastery of quantitative competencies, including mastery of intellectual intelligence, spiritual intelligence, emotional intelligence, and perceptual intelligence in a prophetic perspective, b) mastery of qualitative competencies in accordance with the essence of prophetic intelligence, such as turning the body into a light that shows the attainment of clarity of heart, obtaining abilities that had not previously been studied (getting Laduni's knowledge).
Solving Juvenile Delinquency with Death Education Model Azam Syukur Rahmatullah; Muhammad Azhar
International Journal of Islamic Educational Psychology Vol 1, No 2 (2020): December
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This study discusses how to deal with juvenile delinquency in students in different ways, namely in a more spiritual way, rich in self-affection and mental enlightenment. The purpose of implementing this death education model is to bring naughty students to change for the better. The research subjects were troublesome students at SMK N 1 Mataram. In this case, 10 students followed this death education technique. This research was an applied research using the Research Development (RD) method. This study resulted in findings of the motivation for implementing death education, applying the death education model, and the death education model's advantages. There were weaknesses in the death education model. They are: (a) not all BK and PAI teachers can bring their students to a mental and spiritual phase, (b) it takes a lot of time because at least one week per phase, and there is no counseling phase (c) it cannot be applied to students below the SMK level.

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