Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Islamic Education


The Teachers Unpreparedness in Carrying Out Islamic Education Learning using the Revised 2013 Curriculum in Elementary School

Siti Asriyatul Husna; Mahyudin Ritonga; Ahmad Lahmi; Riki Saputra; Sandra Ayu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1520-1528

This research aimed to show the unpreparedness of Islamic Education (PAI) teachers in
planning, implementing, and assessing the learning based on The Revised 2013 Curriculum at the
elementary school. This type of research was descriptive qualitative. Data collection was conducted
with purposive and snowball. The data source of the study consisted of school principals, Islamic
Education (PAI) teachers, and students in three primary schools, namely SDN 08 , SDN 12, and SDN
04 in Lembah Melintang District, West Pasaman Regency, West Sumatra Province, Indonesia. Data
collection techniques were done through observation, interviews, and documentation. Then the data
analysis procedure was carried out in three levels, namely data reduction, data presentation, and
conclusion drawing. This research also found two notable things: first, generally teachers were not
ready to teach Islamic Education in the aspects of planning, implementing, and evaluating student
learning outcomes. Second, the unpreparedness of the teacher to teach Islamic Education is caused by
internal factors, namely the teacher itself and externally, the lack of the supporting facilities of the
school where the teacher carries out his work. More fundamentally, the readiness to implement Islamic
Education learning in accordance with the The revised 2013 curriculum that is caused by internal
factors. PAI teachers are not well supported by external factors.

Conflict Management In Islamic Education

Siti Romlah

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 809-817

Conflict is a disagreement between opposing ideas (clash of interests, goals, opinions, principles, etc.), including battles, conflicts that occur in groups, and between individuals. In essence, conflict occurs when there are two or more sets of conflicting actions or responses to an event. This research aims to describe the management conflict in Islamic education, namely the side effects of a conflict and some principles to anticipate or overcome a conflict by the organization. This is library research. Data are collected from supporting books related to digitalization theory, human resource management, human capital resources, and merit systems. Data sources are journals, papers, theses, dissertations, and internet searches. The research reveals that the side effects of a conflict comprise of creating unpleasant feelings, hindering communication, leading to disintegration, disturbing the cooperation between individuals and sub-systems, and distracting the members from the goals of the organization. Besides, some principles to anticipate or overcome a conflict by the organization are: (1) the manager/leader must acknowledge that all employees are brothers who must be treated as such; 2) any information must be clarified (tabayun); 3) a strong relationship between a leader and his subordinates must be established among the subordinates.