Munaddhomah: Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam <p>Please read the author's guidelines carefully. Authors who want to submit their manuscripts to the editorial office of <strong>Munaddhomah</strong> should obey the writing guidelines (<a href=";ouid=116325495110743981544&amp;rtpof=true&amp;sd=true" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Template</strong></a>). If the manuscript submitted is not appropriate with the guidelines or written in a different format, it will <strong>BE REJECTED</strong> by the editors before further review. The editors will only accept manuscripts that meet the assigned format.</p> <p>Munaddhomah Journal is an Islamic Education Management Journal of the Islamic Institute of Islamic Education KH. Abdul Chalim Mojokerto, published periodically every four months as a media for scientific communication of academic people in the study of Islamic Education. Editors invite academics to contribute their thoughts, whether in the form of research results, in-depth studies, or book reviews according to their disciplines. The manuscript is original and has not yet been published in other journals. ISSN Brin <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2775-293</a>3</p> en-US <p><strong>Munaddhomah: Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam</strong> is licensed under a <a href="" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a>.<br />Based on a work at</p> (Muhammad Anas Ma`arif) (Husnur Rofiq) Tue, 16 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Management of Strengthening Character Education in Junior High School <p>This article aims to analyze the management of character education at MTs Raudlatusy Syubban Pati (Junior high school). This research uses a case study research model using a qualitative approach. The data collection techniques used in this study are observation, interview, and documentation. The results of research related to the management of strengthening character education in the case of studies at MTs Raudlatusy Syubban in this study, supporting education must fulfill the following aspects, referring to the school's vision and mission, conducting assessments to identify school potential, formulating and determining the main character values to be developed, school programs are compiled jointly with all school components, and teachers make character-based learning devices RPP (lesson plan). Character education in MTs Rudlatusy Syubban must continue to be improved because character is the main element that proves that education is successful. The more successful an education is, the better the character of the students will be. This reason is also the background for character education at MTs Raudlatusy Syubban to continue to be intensified.</p> Nizar Naufal, Muh. Nur Rochm Maksum Copyright (c) 2024 Nizar Naufal, Muh. Nur Rochm Maksum Wed, 17 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Quality Improvement Management in Teacher Professional Development <p>This research aims to evaluate the professional competence of elementary school teachers in Binjai City and the effectiveness of teacher quality management programs and related initiatives in raising teacher competency levels. The term for this kind of study is qualitative descriptive research, and it is a way of gathering information about the people and events studied via written or spoken descriptions. It is based on the individual's background as a whole (holistic) rather than isolating the individual and the organization into variables and examining them. in the context of the whole. Reading various written materials, looking at images, pondering about items, seeing individuals in their immediate environment via interviews, and other activities are all part of the qualitative research design. Qualitative methods are used in this study to obtain data. Researchers often use observation, document analysis, and interviewing in qualitative research as data collection methods. The study's findings demonstrate (1) That the Binjai City Public Elementary School instructors are qualified educators. The quality of instructional materials is correlated with the professionalism of teachers. Professional instructors construct high-quality education or learning processes for students to enjoy participating in the learning process and for school graduates to develop human resources of the highest caliber. (2) In general, educators at Binjai City Public Elementary Schools use a variety of instructional strategies, such as technology-based learning and cooperative learning. (3) Although cooperative learning and technology-based learning are the two learning methodologies that educators constantly use to carry out the teaching and learning process, many Binjai City Public Elementary School instructors have certifications and pursue further education<em>.</em></p> Muhammad Isa, Neliwati Neliwati, Yusuf Hadijaya Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Isa, Neliwati Neliwati, Yusuf Hadijaya Mon, 12 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Village Government Supporting Agency Model With School Committee in Supporting Education Funding <p>Funding is crucial for operational implementation in educational institutions. So, other parties that do not conflict with laws and regulations have a significant role to play in becoming supporting agencies in education financing. This study attempts to explore the role of the village government and the school committee in supporting education financing using a case study approach and qualitative research. The research findings contained four components: 1) educational Process effectiveness, 2) financing support, 3) the need for a plan analysis, and 4) stakeholder role urgency. Of the four components, two of them are part of the village government's role, namely the Effectiveness of the Education Process and Financing Support, and two other components, namely the Need for plan analysis and the Urgency of the Role of Stakeholders, are part of the role of the school committee. The conclusion is that the role of the Village Government in supporting education funding is by providing financial support through village meetings, which then gave birth to a program, namely "paying temporary honorary teacher salaries". However, regarding the school committee, which is still not optimal in carrying out its roles and functions, the commitment of the school committee in carrying out its role is not exemplary because the school committee still only follows directions from the school.</p> Asrina Saman, Fitri Nur Mahmudah, Suyatno Suyatno Copyright (c) 2024 Asrina Saman, Fitri Nur Mahmudah, Suyatno Suyatno Wed, 20 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Scout Extracurricular Curriculum Management in Improving Student Discipline in Madrasah <p>The phenomenon of a learning crisis occurred after the COVID-19 pandemic; discipline is one aspect that must be the main focus of schools during this learning crisis. At MTs Arifah, discipline is the primary goal of extracurricular scouting. This study aims to reveal curriculum management in improving student discipline in the scout extracurricular activities. This research also uses a descriptive qualitative approach to tell the facts of curriculum management of the scout extracurricular to improve student discipline. The results obtained from this study reveal that the management of scout extracurricular curriculum planning begins with preparing Prota and Promes as a reference for activities for one year and evaluations carried out by implicit means, namely oral reports by scout coaches to the principal; this evaluation is more effective because the principal is faster and understands the conditions of extracurricular scouting.</p> Nurcholis Panji Bayu Astra, Erwin Hafid, Alwan Suban Copyright (c) 2024 Nurcholis Panji Bayu Astra, Erwin Hafid, Alwan Suban Fri, 08 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 School Policy and Teacher Competency to Prepare Literacy Teaching Materials for Early Children Based on Local Stories <p>This article describes school policies and teacher competencies for preparing literacy teaching materials for early childhood based on local stories at Madrasah Ibtidaiah Negeri 02 Situbondo, East Java. The research method used is a qualitative approach with a case study approach. Data was collected through unstructured interviews, observation, and documentation of relevant archives. The subjects of this research were students, facilitators, and heads of Madrasah Ibtidaiah Negeri 02 Situbondo. The data analysis technique used in this research is the Miles and Huberman data analysis model: data condensation, data display, and conclusion drawing/verification. The research results show that the policy of integrating religious literacy and Arabic literacy in MIN 02 is based on Minister of Education and Culture Regulation No. 23 of 2015 concerning growing interest in reading, outlined in the school's vision, mission, and literacy guidebook. Each class creates an assessment book the teacher uses to assess students' religious literacy and Arabic language skills. They were handed over to parents at the end of each semester. The role of teacher competence in developing Arabic language teaching materials used by Madrasah Ibtidaiah Negeri 02 Sitobondo teachers includes needs analysis through field studies and literature studies regarding regional song sagas about Situbondo. Meanwhile, the design of teaching materials uses the Canva application. They were followed by the testing phase of teaching materials and revision of teaching materials.</p> Wilda Fitria Yakin, Maskud, Faisol Nasar bin Madi Copyright (c) 2024 Wilda Fitria Yakin, Faisol Nasar bin Madi Mon, 11 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Implementation of a Digital Leadership Model in Improving the Quality of Islamic Boarding Schools <p>This study aims to obtain information on how the implementation of the principal's digital leadership model has changed in improving school quality. The method used in this research is the descriptive method. This study took data using a qualitative approach with descriptive methods. The sampling technique uses the Purfocefull technique as a data collection technique. This research was conducted at Al Kamil Cianjur Modern Islamic Boarding School. The results of this study obtained information about how school principals implement digital leadership models in their schools. This research has implications that if this digital leadership model is applied in schools it can improve the quality of leadership which has implications for achieving previously planned goals.</p> Aulia Riski, Abdin Chande, Adriantoni Copyright (c) 2024 Aulia Riski, Abdin Chande, Adriantoni Sat, 16 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Correlation of Non-Financial Compensation and Work Loyalty of Administrative Employees at Madrasah Aliyah Negeri in Bandung <p>This study aimed to 1) identify the description of non-financial compensation at the State Aliyah Madrasah in Bandung, 2) describe administrative work loyalty at the State Aliyah Madrasah in Bandung, and 3) analyze the relationship between non-financial compensation and the work loyalty of administrative employees at the State Aliyah Madrasah in Bandung. This study employs a quantitative approach with ex post facto methods. The sample consists of 39 administrative employees selected using a non-probability sampling method with a purposive sampling technique. Data collection was conducted through questionnaires, and the data analysis technique utilized the SPSS 26 program. The results indicate that the non-financial compensation variable received an outstanding respondent's response of 88.17%, with the Reality (X) Non-financial compensation variable falling into the "Very High" category due to its interval range of 4.20-5.00 and obtaining a value of 4.40. The Reality variable (Y), Job Loyalty, also falls into the "Very High" category, with an interval range of 4.20-5.00 and a value of 4.33. The correlation coefficient value is 0.612, indicating a strong positive relationship as it falls within the range of 0.61 – 0.80.</p> Moh. Sulhan, Neng Gustini, Mutiara Sambella, Ali Usman Hali Copyright (c) 2024 Moh. Sulhan, Neng Gustini, Mutiara Sambella, Ali Usman Hali Tue, 19 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Implementing a Pesantren-Based Curriculum and Learning Approach to Foster Students' Emotional Intelligence <p>This study aims to analyze and investigate the efforts to cultivate students' emotional intelligence by implementing a pesantren-based curriculum and learning at SMPU Al-Yasini Pasuruan. This research adopts a qualitative approach with a case study research design and utilizes data collection techniques, including interviews, observational studies, and examination of relevant documentation. The data analysis begins with data collection, condensation, presentation, and conclusion. The research participants in this study consist of the Head of SMPU Al-Yasini, the Deputy Head of Curriculum at SMPU Al-Yasini, Guidance and Counseling Teachers at SMPU Al-Yasini, and students of SMPU Al-Yasini. SMPU Al-Yasini was selected as the research site due to its status as one of the formal institutions implementing a pesantren-based curriculum and learning under the auspices of the Miftahul Ulum Al-Yasini Pasuruan Islamic Boarding School. The findings of this study indicate that SMPU Al-Yasini implements endeavors to develop students' emotional intelligence in terms of concepts, values, and indicators through the development of a hidden curriculum, which is manifested in the implementation of 1) student class mapping and diagnostic tests, 2) counseling facilities, 3) extracurricular learning, 4) co-curricular activities and school culture, and 5) extracurricular engagements.</p> Wildan Agus Wicaksono, Imron Arifin, Raden Bambang Sumarsono Copyright (c) 2024 Wildan Agus Wicaksono, Imron Arifin, Raden Bambang Sumarsono Wed, 20 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Enhancing Educational Ecosystems: Implementing Peter Senge's Learning Organization Model in Islamic Boarding Schools <p>The inability of pesantren in the 21st-century era of knowledge and technology to maintain its classical madrasah system raises significant questions. Therefore, understanding how Madrasah Hidayatul Mubtadiin (MHM) in Lirboyo, Kediri City, as one of the Salafiyah Islamic Boarding Schools, adapts to its environment through the implementation of Peter Senge's five learning organization (LO) disciplines is crucial. This research adopts a qualitative approach, employing a case study methodology. Data were gathered through observations, interviews, and documentation. The findings indicate that the implementation of LO at MHM Lirboyo Madrasah aligns well with the five disciplines of a learning organization. These include: 1) Personal mastery among teachers is demonstrated through self-reflection, exemplary behavior, diligence, and consistency in adhering to institutional rules. 2) Mental models cultivated through tolerant behavior, respect, awareness of the importance of learning, high motivation for learning, and practicing <em>akhlakul karimah</em> (noble character). 3) Shared vision fostered through a commitment to obeying the Kiai (religious leaders), openness, sharing of vision, and socialization of programs. 4) Team learning is facilitated through open discussions and group dialogue. 5) System thinking is promoted through the involvement of administrators, coordinated work efforts, and mutual support. This research contrasts negative assessments of pesantren, which often characterize them as rural Islamic social structures entrenched in a conservative culture, as articulated by Clifford Geertz, Ahmad Syafi'i Ma'arif, and Fuad Amsyari.</p> Hilmi Husaini Zuhri, Miftachul Huda Copyright (c) 2024 Hilmi Husaini Zuhri, Miftachul Huda Thu, 04 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Guidance Counseling Techniques Through Muhasabah Qur'an and It’s Implication For Altruism Attitudes <p>This article aims to explain guidance and counseling techniques through muhasabah Qur'ani in strengthening children's empathy at the Madrasah Aliyah Negeri 03 Jember. The researcher used a case study approach. The research instrument is the researcher himself (key information) using data collection techniques, interviews, observation, and documentation. Data analysis uses three stages: data condensation, data display, description, and conclusion, by testing the validity of the data through data triangulation and dependability. The research results concluded that the initial process carried out by the school and guidance and counseling teachers was identifying the problems and needs that occurred to students. The second is to give an analogy with the stories in verse in the Koran. The third is group counseling. The group guidance implemented at the Madrasah Aliyah Negeri 03 Jember helps new students to be able to carry out teaching and learning activities optimally and to become students who excel, have good morals, and have faith and piety. In the theoretical framework above, it has been explained that children with <em>muhasabah qur'ani</em> counseling techniques can have a confident attitude, can control their emotions, can get along well with friends, are independent, successful in learning, are socially responsible and care about the environment.</p> Dianing Arifatul Khoiriyah, Abdul Mu’is, Mukaffan Copyright (c) 2024 Dianing Arifatul Khoiriyah, Abdul Mu’is, Mukaffan Mon, 06 May 2024 00:00:00 +0000