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Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
ISSN : 25416588     EISSN : 25494783     DOI : -
Core Subject : Religion, Education,
Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education is openly invites scientists, researchers, and students to contributes in publishing their research under the subject of Islamic education, which includes textual research and field research with various perspectives. This journal encompasses original research articles and review articles, including:This journal encompasses original research articles and review articles, including: Technology In Islamic Education Deradicalization of Islamic Education Philosophy of Islamic Education Islamic Education Policy Gender and Islamic Education Comparison of Islamic Education Islamic Education and Science Nusantara Islamic Education Pesantren Education Islamic Education and Social Transformation Leadership of Islamic Education Figure of Islamic Education Islamic Education Management Curriculum of Islamic Education Innovation of Islamic Education Madrasah Education
Articles 34 Documents
The Eksistence of “Kitab Kuning” Use in Learning: A Study at Salafiyah Tarbiyah Islamiyah Boarding School of Padang Indonesia Ibrahim, Anas Malik; Wiza, Rahmi
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 5, No 1 (2021): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education (PDF artikel In Press)
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The kitab kuning has an important role in the oldest Islamic education institution in Indonesia, namely Islamic boarding schools. Even today, the kitab kuning still exists and it is used by students and becomes the benchmark for a boarding school. This study aims to determine the kitab kuning learning method applied in the  Salafiyah Tarbiyah Islamiyah boarding school of Padang Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative method with a case study approach. Data sources were taken from twelve informants consisting of student representatives, teachers, and students using purposive techniques. The research data was taken through in-depth interviews with all informants. The results of this study indicate that there are three methods of learning the kitab kuning used by the Salafiyah Tarbiyah Islamiyah Islamic boarding school of Padang Indonesia. The three methods are the halaqqoh method, the talaqqi method, and the memorization method.
Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Madjid: The Pioneer of Islamic Education in Lombok Community West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia Azmi, Saadatul; Wardi, Faridatul
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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This study aims to analyze the role of Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Madjid as a prominent scholar and pioneer of Islamic education for the people of Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara Indonesia, and its relevance to modern education today. This study used a qualitative method with an individual life history approach. All data were collected through the character's curriculum vitae, literature, documentation, and evidence of the works left in writing and physically. Data collection is done by collecting, reducing, presenting, and closing with drawing conclusions. Overall, there are four clear pieces of evidence of Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Madjid's role as a pioneer of Islamic education in Lombok society, first; founded the Nahdlatul Wathan Diniyah Islamiyah (NWDI) educational institution in 1937, second; the integration of the curriculum used refers to the style of education in the al-Saulatiyah Madrasah in Makkah, third; transition from classical to classical education (modern), fourth; the application of a tiered education system such as public schools such as the education model in the colonial period. With the establishment of educational institutions, the integration of the curriculum and the style of organizing this education, it has recorded a new history for the world of Islamic education in the people of Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. The emergence of the renewal of Islamic education carried out by Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Madjid has aroused the enthusiasm of the people of Lombok to establish various Islamic educational institutions with classical and modern styles.
The Improvement of Students’ Competence in Islamic Education Programme Through Tahsin Al-Quran Activities Hakim, Rosniati
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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The study is aimed at looking at students’ ability in reading Quran and writing the Arabic script of the holy book as well as exploring the Tahsin Al-Quran programme to improve students’ competence in reading and writing the script of Quran. The methods implemented in the study are both quantitative and qualitative (explanatory mixed methods design). The quantitative data was collected by testing two hundred and eight students in reading and writing the Quran script. The source of the qualitative data was ten informants consist of lecturers and students. The data is obtained through interview. The findings of the study show that (58.70%) students have good ability in reading Quran, (24.50%) students have moderate ability and (16.80%) students have poor ability in reading the holy book. Moreover, (19%) students have good ability in writing the script, (66%) students have moderate ability and the rest (15%) has poor ability in writing the script of the Quran. Related to the Tahsin Quran programme, the interview data shows that there are seven strategic steps conducted by the university to improve students’ competence in reading Quran. Pursuant to the finding of the study it is revealed that the students’ competence in reading Quran and writing the script through Tahsin activities can be improved, yet the activities requires to be more well-planned that the outcome of the learning can be better.
Implementation and Development of Qur’an Learning Method in Malaysia and Indonesia: An Analysis Ramli, Azhar Jaafar@; K, Munawir; Hamzah, Mohd Isa
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 1, No 1 (2017): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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The article aimed to analyze the implementation and development of Qur’an learning methods in two cognate countries namely Malaysia and Indonesia. The methodology used was content analysis, one of the research approaches in qualitative research. Data came from author’s reading of various theories, expert opinions and research results of previous researchers associated with education and learning of Qur’an. All data then collected, reduced, presented and closed with conclusions. At the beginning of the authors begin with the introduction, further discuss the urgency of learning and teaching of  Qur’an, the method of learning Qur’an in the first period of Qur’an is revealed, the obligation to read Qur’an well and correctly, the description of methods and analysis of the implementation of learning Qur’an in Malaysia and Indonesia, factors that influence the success of learning Qur’an and conclude with conclusions. The results of the discussion of this article can at least be an additional reference material for Qur’an observers  teachers Qur’an in particular, parents, community and the next researchers related to the study of Qur’an in Islamic education.
Implementation of Islamic Religious Education in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah During Covid-19 Pandemic Sartika, Fitria; Ritonga, Mahyudin; Rasyid, Aguswan
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 4, No 2 (2020): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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The research of this article aims to find out and analyze the implementation of Islamic Religious Education learning in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah during the Covid-19 pandemic.  The research method used is qualitative research with a case study approach. The primary data source was obtained through interviews with three Islamic Religious Education teachers at Tarbiyah Islamiyah Private Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Koto Panjang Lampasi Payakumbuh, Indonesia. Interviews are conducted individually. Secondary data obtained from various pieces of literature in the form of books and articles. The results of this study show that there are two ways that Islamic Religious Education teachers use in carrying out learning in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah during the Covid-19 pandemic, namely online and offline based. Online-based learning by utilizing the Parents' WhatsApp Group (WAG). Offline is carried out for students whose parents do not have a smartphone, by requesting and delivering tasks directly to Islamic Religious Education teachers in madrasahs. From the research, it can be concluded that Islamic Religious Education teachers are required to be able to make the most of technology in learning, and all obstacles must be provided solutions according to the needs of students.
Developing Islamic Learning Media of Fable Box to Develop Students' Spiritual Quotient Efendi, Efendi; Alkhaira, Syofia; Mutiaramses, Mutiaramses; Elkhaira, Indana; Monlinia, Yuyu
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of using Islamic Box Fabel learning media in fostering spiritual intelligence such as honesty, discipline, mutual cooperation, responsibility, motivation and courage towards students. The research was conducted with research and development (R&D) methods, this research approach is appropriate to use because it aims to develop media in a learning method. The research data was taken from 42 participants through an analysis of value documents in three elementary schools through three cycles of data retrieval. All data were then analyzed using SPSS Version 22.0 software. Overall the results of the study indicate that the use of Islamic Box Fable learning media is very effective to use in fostering the spiritual intelligence of students. Improved honesty, discipline, mutual cooperation, responsibility, motivation and courage obviously can be seen in every cycle that have been carried out. The results of this study have succeeded in revealing that there are many ways and methods that can be done by the teacher to deliver material or messages of learning in the classroom, one of which uses the Fable Box media as proposed by the researcher who conducted this study
The Importance of Integrating ICT Into Islamic Study Teaching and Learning Process Engkizar, Engkizar; Muliati, Indah; Rahman, Rini; Alfurqan, Alfurqan
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 1, No 2 (2017): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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Teachers of Islamic Study bear a great responsibility to help students have a balanced personality; physics, emotions, and intelligence consistent with the philosophy of Islamic Study and the goal of national Education. The courses of Islamic Study, aqidah, observance, akhlak, fiqih, alquran and history require various strategies, methods, and teaching media. It is considered inappropriate if teachers of Islamic Study spend most of the hours explaining all materials about shalat, hajj, and the history of Islam using ‘chalk and talk’ strategy. Therefore, applying ICT in the classroom such as using computers and internet connection in a teaching and learning process is likely to be an alternative. Some other previous research showed that many Islamic Study teachers were seldom applying ICT during the teaching and learning process. It might be due to the lack of facilities and training, and teachers’ low esteem. This article explains how integrated ICT; computers and internet connections may support the teaching and learning process in the classroom. The explanation is strengthened by some theories, experts’ reviews and previous research findings related to the Islamic Study. The findings of the article are expected to provide references that may be used to integrate ICT in the teaching and learning process. 
An Analysis of Quran Study Implementation at Secondary School in Padang Panjang City West Sumatera Zamzami, Zamzami
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This study aims to analyze how the process, implementation and results of learning the Qur’an in Junior High Schools in Padang Panjang City, West Sumatra Province, Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative method with a case study approach, data sources are taken through direct observation of the object of research and in-depth interviews with school principals, teachers and students. All data were then analyzed thematically with techniques of collection, reduction, data analysis and closed with research conclusions. Overall the results of the study found that; First, the study planning has gone well, because administratively the school has fully prepared all the learning preparations such as teachers, curriculum, lesson plans, media and other aspects of learning support. Second, the process of implementing Qur'anic learning has also been going well, because all teachers carry out professionally their duties and responsibilities related to what has been planned and agreed upon so that the desired goals are achieved. Third, further evaluation of learning has shown good results, evaluation of learning the Qur’an is assessed based on three aspects of learning outcomes, namely aspects of knowledge, attitudes and skills of students related to knowledge and ability to read the Qur’an. The results of the study show that the seriousness of all school elements is the most important part of the success of a program, in fact it can be an example and reference for other schools related to the Qur'an learning program.
WASAKA Concept Implementation in Islamic Education towards Banjar Society of South Kalimantan in 4.0 Era Syaifullah, A.; Surawardi, Surawardi
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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This paper is aimed to analyze WASAKA concept as Banjar society, Islamic education and how to implement it in Banjar society in 4.0 era. WASAKA (Waja Sampai Kaputing) is pronounced by Antasari Prince, national hero from South Kalimantan, and be the society character in South Kalimantan The character values are religious, tough, honest, intelligent and caring .These values can be relevant and synergize with Islamic education in Banjar society in 4.0 era due to education character in 4.0 era receives a lot of challenges from outside. Nowadays, foreign character and culture from outside intrude without filtering process so it can influence and be character degradation of our education. Therefore, it is important to understand deeply and comprehensively how innovation based Islamic education and WASAKA character implementation in 4.0 character education. Then, WASAKA character values in character education in the 4.0 era will be assessed using the literature study methodology and relevant literature materials as the sources. The results is WASAKA concept in Islamic education in Banjar society of South Kalimantan is as reinforcement of character education in the 4.0 era. In sum, WASAKA concept implementation in Banjar society in 4.0 era can be solutions to face character degradation in 4.0 era.
Building Students' Emotional Quotient through Religion Teaching in Public Higher Institution K, Munawir
Khalifa Journal of Islamic Education Vol 3, No 1 (2019): Khalifa: Journal of Islamic Education
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This research is aimed to identify whether religion teaching in Public Higher Institution is able to shape students’ emotional quotient. This research used quantitative method with survey approach, the entire data were collected through documentary analysis to four hundred students who are selected from fifteen majors and they have accomplished religion teaching course on the semester August to December 2018. All data were analyzed descriptively using thematic techniques. Relatively the results of this research show that religion teaching course in Public Higher Institution is able to shape students’ emotional quotient, that fact affects the students in nine aspects; i) positive thinking, ii) patience, iii) honesty, iv) confidence, v) consistency, vi) responsibility, vii) discipline, viii) intention and ix) hard working. By referring to the results, it can be seen clearly that Islamic religion teaching course has a significant role in implementing national education vision to shape an intelligent human intellectually and emotionally.

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