Ta’dib: Journal of Islamic Education (Jurnal Pendidikan Islam) 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 Annisa Astrid Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;">provides a vital forum for exchanging ideas in order to enrich the theory, policy, and practices of Islamic education in Indonesia and around the world.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Ta’dib: Journal of Islamic Education</strong> is a&nbsp;biannual, open access, peer-reviewed, and international e-journal, published in Indonesia. We accept unpublished, high quality, and original research manuscripts in English, resulting primarily from quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research methodology related to or associated with Islamic education. These issues include, but not limited to,&nbsp;practices, policies, and research in Islamic education from early childhood education to higher education&nbsp;which cover the areas of &nbsp;instruction, learning, teaching, curriculum development, educational policy, language education and policy, bilingual education, multicultural education, art education, teacher education, educational technology, educational developments, educational psychology, and international education in&nbsp;<em>Indonesia and other parts of the world.</em></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> Ta'dib 2018-06-14T17:35:39+00:00 Editor In Chief <p>Journal of Islamic Education: Full_Vol 23_No_1_June_2018</p> 2018-06-14T17:14:47+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Policy of Single Sex Education for Female Students in Pondok Pesantren 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 MUAZZA MUAZZA NINGSIH NINGSIH ARIE WIJAYANTI IHSAN MAULANA PUTRA SAMSUDIN SAMSUDIN <p>The qualitative study with the case study approach was employed to explore and describe what kind of policies and programs of women's education made by the leaders of As'ad Foundation in Jambi City with a single sex education (SSE) learning model, especially on the implementation of curriculum policy and the provision of women educational facilities. Data were collected through interviews and documents. Participants in this study involved a leader of <em>Pesantren</em> and three teachers from different field of studies. Interview data were analyzed using ‘within case and cross-case analyses’ among participants. The findings showed that there were three major themes related to analysis of the educational policy of single sex educational (SSE) model in one of <em>Pesantren</em> <em>As'ad</em> in Jambi Seberang City including (1) the women’s educational policy for single sex education (SSE) model in <em>Pesantren</em> <em>As'ad</em>, (2) the women’s educational curriculum policy for single sex education (SSE) model in <em>Pesantren</em> <em>As'ad</em>, and (3) the women’s educational facility policy for single sex education (SSE) model in <em>Pesantren</em> <em>As'ad</em><em>. </em></p> 2018-06-14T16:14:13+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Development of the School Trial Islamic Religious Instruction at Bavarian Public Schools 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 AYSUN YASAR <p>This paper analyses the formation and development of the school trial Islamic religious instruction at public schools in Bavaria. The Bavarian trial was a pioneer project and was described as the nearest to the guidelines of the German Basic Law 7,3 compared to others. Meanwhile the Bavarian Islamic religious instruction has been tried for nearly 15 years. It has been evaluated positively for years, nevertheless its status of a school trial is ongoing. The school trial Islamic religious instruction in Bavaria fell far short of the expectations. It has neither been introduced nationwide in Bavaria nor received the status of a regular religious instruction according to the Basic Law 7,3 analog to the Jewish or Christian religious instruction. It seems that there’s no political will in Bavaria to accept the existing Islamic associations as a religious community according to the Basic Law 7,3. The unconstitutional status of the Islamic religious instruction will intensify the distrust of the Muslims into the Bavarian state.</p> 2018-06-14T16:28:48+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Relationship among Learning Styles, Classroom Environment, and Academic Achievement of English Education Study Program Students in State Islamic University of Raden Fatah Palembang 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 HERIZAL HERIZAL <p>This research is a correlational study with 441 students used as the population of the study. 366 students were selected as sample by using purposive sampling technique. In collecting the data, questionnaires (the learning styles and the classroom environment questionnaire) and documentation (student's GPA) were used to find the correlation and the influence among learning styles, classroom environment, and students’ academic achievement. From the results of correlational analysis between learning styles and students' academic achievement using Pearson Product Moment Correlation, it was found that the significant correlation between the two variables was not found. Then, the second correlational analysis between classroom environment and students’academic achievement showed that there was a significant correlation between the two variables with p-output = .313 which was significant at .01 level. Since the significant correlation between learning styles and students’ academic achievement were not found, the regression analysis to find the influence was not further conducted. Meanwhile, since classroom environment and students’ academic achievement were significantly correlated, the regression analysis was then conducted. Based on the regression analysis, it was found that R square was .098, which means that classroom environment influenced the students’ academic achievement with 9.8% contribution.</p> 2018-06-14T16:20:46+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Why Choose Volunteering in an Islamic Boarding School? Documenting the Undocumented Voluntary Teaching Motives 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 EDDY HARYANTO HARLINA HARJA DERY MULIA PUTRI SUPAWAL SUPAWAL MAD AMIN <p>This study was part of a larger study aiming at understanding what motives possessed by voluntary teachers of English to teach at one <em>p</em><em>esantren</em> (Islamic boarding school) in Jambi, Indonesia. The research design of this study was qualitative with a case study approach. The data were collected through demographic profiles and semi-structured interviews with seven female voluntary teachers as the participants of the study to obtain in-depth information regarding implicit and explicit motives to teaching. We analyzed the demographic data descriptively and analyzed the semi-interviews data by using within-case and cross-case displays and analyses. The interview data were digitally recorded, transcribed verbatim, and carefully analysed.&nbsp; The findings indicated that seven voluntary teachers of English implicit and explicit motives to teach English were motivated by interpersonal, community service, the continuation, and non-salary motives.</p> 2018-06-22T01:33:23+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Undergraduate Students’ Reading Interest and Reading Comprehension Achievement in a State Islamic University 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 RUMAINAH RUMAINAH <p>This research was aimed to describe the relationship between reading interest and reading comprehension achievement of EFL students at UIN Raden Fatah Palembang in the academic year 2013-2016. Quantitative method, especially correlational study, was used. The population of the study was 466 active EFL students. By using purposive sampling technique, there were 86 students involved as participants in this research. The data were obtained by using two instruments which were reading interest questionnaire and reading comprehension test. Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was used to analyze the data. From the result of the data analysis, it was found that there was no significant correlation between students’ reading interest and their reading comprehension achievement since the p-value was (.887) greater than significance value (.887 &gt; .005). In short, reading interest did not have any relation to reading comprehension achievement of undergraduate EFL students of UIN Raden Fatah Palembang.</p> 2018-06-14T15:28:43+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Different Madrasah, but the Same Stories: Academic and Non-Academic Challenges Encountered by Teachers in Teaching A Foreign Language 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 NUNUNG FAJARYANI MASBIROROTNI MASBIROROTNI NURAINI NURAINI NAFRIAL NAFRIAL NOPIANTI NOPIANTI <p>This qualitative case study aimed to investigate English teachers’ challenges in teaching English at Madrasah Tsanawiyah. It also aimed to find out the English teachers’ effort to anticipate the challenges factors in teaching English. In this research, the researchers puposefully selected all the English teachers at Madrasah Tsanawiyah Jambi Timur and Madrasah Dharma Wanita as the participants. Data were collected through a demographic questionnaire and the interviews. The demographic data were analyzed descriptively. The interviews data were analyzed using within-case and cross-case displays and analyses. The result proved that there were four major themes including academic challengeing factors (students’ demotivation and low students’ basic English ability), non academic challengeing factors (lack of facilities, crowded classroom, socio economic level, and school management), teachers’ effort, and leader’s support.</p> 2018-06-22T01:33:23+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Curriculum Evaluation of Islamic Education Study Program of Tarbiyah and Teaching Sciences Faculty of State Islamic University of Raden Fatah Palembang 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 SUKIRMAN SUKIRMAN <p>The aim of the study is to provide the information related to the accuracy of the curriculum composing in Islamic Education Study Program of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training Faculty of Islamic State University of Raden Fatah. It is an evaluative research using Countenance Stake model. To collect the data, the researcher used documentation, interview and questionnaire. In addition, the data were analyzed both qualitative and quantitatively. Moreover, the result shown that, in general, the curriculum in Islamic Education Study Program of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training Faculty of Islamic State University of Raden Fatah did not fulfil the minimum standard used, there were still some things must have been revised. By looking from the component of the curriculum itself, it only had three out of eight minimum components. Furthermore, by considering its framework of alumni profile it still did not meet any requirements to solve any problems and face any challenges which develop in the society. Additionally, the creating and arranging process were not through the selection of material evaluation, and they were not based on the correlation matric of material analysis and learning outcome. There was no agreement among related department forum in selecting material evaluation, and they were not based on the analysis of relevance between material evaluation and learning outcome. Furthermore, there were no material evaluation component, mapping matric of relevance between subject and learning outcome, and structured used was not clear enough. Related to curriculum implementation, there were some lecturers did not make any lesson plan, or the formats of their lesson plans were still using SAP format. There were many lesson plans having uncomplete component, and there were a lot of lesson plans which used learning outcome that was not relevant to learning outcome in the curriculum document. Besides, there were still 35.6% of meetings which were not based on time allocation, and most of task given by the lecturers were only in the form of article (47%) or making summary (25.2%). There were 27.4% lecturers which never used media in class, and the method used was mostly a conventional method that was teacher-centered learning (TCL), such as lecturing method (27.59%) and discussion (31.03%).</p> 2018-06-22T01:33:23+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Mudir Leadership in Improving Teachers’ Discipline at One Pondok Pesantren in Jambi 2018-06-14T17:35:40+00:00 MOHAMAD MUSPAWI <p>This study aimed at determining the principals (<em>Mudir</em>) leadership in improving teachers’ discipline at óne Islamic boarding school (<em>Pesantren</em>) in the city of Jambi, Indonesia. Specific targets to be achieved from this research were guided by two research quetions: 1) how is the <em>Mudir</em> leadership in improving the discipline of teachers? and 2) what are the obstacles of <em>Mudir</em> leadership in improving teachers’ discipline? The research method used was qualitative method with a case study approach, where I described the research findings in the form of narrative ways. Data collection techniques used in this research were obervation, documentation, and interview. In relation to the trustworthness of the reseach, I applied triangulation through observation, documentation, and interviews. In addtition, member checking and audit-trail were used.&nbsp; In analyzing the data, I trancribed the data, coded, and put them into some themes. I translated the thematic data into English and presented the data in a descriptive way. The findings of the study informed that the <em>Mudir</em> have applied some acts to improve teachers’ discipline namely being an exemplary person with discipline, evaluating teachers’ discipline, giving reward and punishment, and doing class visits. Some obstacles revealed in this research were physical performance of the <em>Mudir</em> and teachers’ age.</p> 2018-06-14T16:44:13+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##