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EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan
ISSN : 16936418     EISSN : 2580247X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
EDUKASI is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that focuses on Religious Educational Research. It published by Center for Research And Development of Religious Education, Republic Indonesia Ministry of Religious Affairs, since 2003 and had been released three times a year. Now (since 2017) it governed in associated and corporated to Religious Researchers Association. And since 2009 it had been accredited by Indonesian Science Institution. Nowadays are about to prepare for becoming International Journal reputation that would be indexed at global high ranked index. As the scientific reading material publication, the EDUKASI aimed to provide readers with a better comprehensive understanding of Religious Educational Studies in Indonesia, and even around Asia countries and the world. We invited all researchers, lecturers, teachers, and whoever interested and have a manuscript of religious education to send off what you have been researched and reported to be published in EDUKASI. The articles should be original, unpublished and not under review for possible publication in any other journals. All submitted manuscripts will be blindly-reviewed by qualified academics in the field. This process may take several weeks or months.
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UPAYA PENINGKATAN KOMPETENSI GURU Hidayati, Umul
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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One of theylost urgent problems with increasing quality of madrasah (Islamic institution of learning) is that so many madrasah teachers are unqualified. The dominant factor that assumedly causes low compe­tence of teachers is because of numerous madrasah teachers have no educational background and a mismatch between educational background of the teachers with their duties and functions. Education and training undertaken by Department of Religious Affairs is considered one of breakthroughs to get out of this problem. This article is purposed to look at aspects of education and training to solve the problem with teachers competence.
PENDIDIKAN AGAMA ISLAM INDONESIA SEBAGAI SUBSISTEM PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL Mastuhu, Masthu
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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It is necessary for Islamic educational institutions to have the power of changing themselves to be able to take part in determining the ideal and success of national education. Precisely, today, Islamic educational sys­tem is perceived weak and powerless in the dynamic of social changes have been occurring in the society. Even, this situation, it is frequently assumed as the burden of national education. Why can it be so? Aren't Islamic educational providers are also referring to the only one Law, that is, Law Number 20 year 2003 regarding National Educational System? What is wrong with Islamic education ? How is the quality of human resources of these providers? This article tries to answer those questions. This article also deals with analogue of Islamic Education as a subsystem of national education with family system in Islam. Fam­ily is a system. Child is a subsystem of the family. The more the child is matured and independent the better his/her family is.
PENDIDIKAN AGAMA SEKOLAH MENENGAH PERTAMA: STUDI KASUS NEED-ASSESSMENT GPA DI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Muin, Abdul M.
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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However, religious education teachers' requirement is an important and strategic factor to be fulfilled. Based on the data, its requirement either on State Junior Secondary School or Private Junior High School in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan can be said that it already fulfilled the requirement based on the calculation ratio between the religious educa­tion teachers and the students. It means that every Junior Secondary School, state and private, already available the religious education teach­ers', so the students have been taught religious teaching as their beliefs and taught by the teacher who has the same religion with them. The problem is how the schools able to fulfill that requirement. In the State Junior Secondary Schools, it is not a big problem because the govern­ment supports it. But, the Private Junior High Schools face this as a serious problem. The problem of religious education teachers' require­ment comes from internal and external of Junior Secondary School. Internally, it is about fund. Meanwhile, externally it is more founded on the government policy which has not yet sided on the Private Junior Secondary Schools.
MENGONSTRUKSI PENDIDIKAN KRITIS HUMANIS DAN POPULIS; TINJAUAN TENTANG POLITIK PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA ERA GLOBALISASI INFORMASI Basuki, Basuki
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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In the era of global competition, every country tries to make real eco­nomic prosperity and science and technology advances that trigger eco­nomic change of the community that is more intellect, professional, and skilful in managing the nature and living environment for the purpose of fulfilling their needs. However, without being concerned, a decrease in quality of human personality has resulted also. Unsurprisingly, the free-market ideology and culture in various public domains have alien­ated education only as the vehicle of the capitalism's power used to humanize human beings. Consequently, education has experienced moral degradation and decadence, including orientation and vision switch. This article offers critical, humanist, populist education in a context of educational dynamics in Indonesia. Education, in the globalization era, like is being tested to give a dilemmatic answer, that is, between legitimizing and eventuating the existing social system and structure, or having critical roles in making social change and transformation into an equitable world. The both dilemmatic roles of education can only be answered through the selection process of its underlying educational paradigm and ideology.
MERETAS JALAN MEMBERDAYAKAN PENDIDIKAN ISLAM Sholeh, Agus
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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The expenditure of madrasah (Islamic Education Institution) as na­tional education subsystem has various consequences which are not simple, mainly on the pattern of education that must use one measure­ment, Department of National Education Affairs. The impact of it to madrasah is the appearing of obstacles and anomalies. It seems fifteen years since the application of National Educational System Law (UU SPN) year 1989, the government has not able yet to uplift the image of madrasah as an alternative of education institution. The question: What are needs to be done next by Department of Religious Affairs?
PROFIT KOMPETENSI GURU PENDIDIKAN AGAMA ISLAM DI SEKOLAH MENENGALI PERTAMA Soemanto, Soemanto
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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There are three important factors influencing the success of education, namely the variables or components of : (1) hardware, software, and (3) brainware. Hardware component includes learning room for learn­ing, practicing tools, laboratory, and library. Then, software component occupies learning system, teaching program, and school management. Brain-ware, furthermore, consists of teachers, principal, students, and those are involved in teaching and learning process. Of those factors, the most important and decisive is teachers. This research-article is aimed at presenting the portrait or profile of Islamic Educational Teacher's competence in Junior Secondary School (Sekolah Menengah. Pertama) with a focus on professional competence, individual compe­tence, and teacher's social competence.
PERKEMBANGAN MADRASAH SUATU TINJAUAN HISTORIS-POLITIS Ahmad, Abdul Aziz
EDUKASI: Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Agama dan Keagamaan EDUKASI | VOLUME 4, NOMOR 2, JUNI 2006
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Politically, educational position of madrasah (Islamic institution of learn­ing) has been relatively powerful although its function is complementary to school education. However, problematic complexities faced by the madrasah nowadays still needs a long political struggle to make madrasah capable of running its function well and also keeping itself as a rela­tively original native religious institution constructed by long historic struggle of the moslem community. It is necessary for both madrasah and government as its protector to be aware of not only for the benefit of madrasah itself and a feeling of regret if madrasah should be disap­peared, but also to guarantee the availability of educated and competi­tive human resources of the madrasah at both the national and interna­tional level. By using politico-historical perspective, this article tries to unpack and explicate what and how Madrasah as the religious-educa­tion institution in Indonesia.

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