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Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun (JIP), the International Journal of Social Sciences, is a leading peer-reviewed and open-access journal, which publishes scholarly work, and specializes in the Social Sciences. The main objectives are to promote interdisciplinary thinking, and to provide scholars a platform to exchange knowledge from a variety of perspectives and locations, which had a significant impact and a real contribution to the community at large, practical and academic world. JIP published by SCAD Independent. Published 3 times per year (January, May, and September) with p-ISSN: 2338-8617 and e-ISSN: 2443-2067. JIP to offer open access to its content is licensed under a CC-BY-SA or an equivalent license as the optimal license for the publication, distribution, use, and reuse of scholarly works.
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KURIKULUM PENDIDIKAN ISLAM DALAM PERSPEKTIF TOKOH PENDIDIKAN ISLAM Fauzan, Fauzan
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 2 No 1 (2014): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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Many scholars who have authority over a field of science is strong evidence of our scholars do not recognize the concept of science dichotomy. in the view of Islam, to some extent, controlled all mandatory. Just call it a distinguished, if studied theology (the basics) was fard ayn. That is mandatory for every Muslim man to learn. While studying general sciences is fard kifayah. The division of science becomes fard ayn and fard kifayah or Naqli science and science aqli not need to be understood in a dichotomous or face to face, because he is just sharing knowledge hierarchy based on the level of taklif, needs, priorities and truth. It talks about the views of leaders of Islamic education in the mapping sciences/ teaching materials, which in terms of education today known as the "curriculum”.
The Internalization of Local Wisdom Value in Dayah Educational Institution Hadi, Abdul
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 5 No 2 (2017): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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This research paper investigates: (1) the educational values in local wisdom tradition (2), the internalization strategy of local wisdom values in educational interaction  and (3) the implication of the internalization of Acehnese local wisdom in educational interaction in Dayah on students’ behaviour. This qualitative study chose three dayah in Aceh as the sample, they were: Dayah Bustanul Huda (East Aceh), Dayah Mudi Mesra Samalanga (Bireun), and Dayah Darusslam Labuhan Haji (South Aceh). Accordingly, the findings revealed firstly there are three major of educational values in Acehnese local wisdom in Dayah interaction, namely ta’abbudi (worship) value, akhlaqi (moral) value, and the last one is tabarruqi (seek for Allah’s blessing by doing benevolence) value. Secondly, the strategies used in the internalization of local wisdom values are (1) traditional strategy, (2) free strategy, (3) reflective strategy and (4) trans internal strategy. And the last is the implication of those values on the students’ behaviour, those are; sincerity attitude, ta’zim (honor) to teacher, togetherness, modesty, creativity, tolerance, self-reliance, discipline and mutual respect.
Difference Cultural Structure and Behavior Students in Learning Process Pamela, Claudia; Villalobosl, Luciana; Peralta, Nadine
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 5 No 1 (2017): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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This paper summarizes some observations and reflections on how cultural differences bedeviled my interactions with my students in Universidad de Lima, Peru. Culture is not an abstract force that floats around in space and settles upon us—though given the seemingly subliminal ways it influences us, it can feel like a disembodied, ubiquitous entity. In fact, culture is mediated through a social structure. In general, culture refers to the ways in which different groups of people organize their daily lives within national or ethnic groups, urban neighborhoods, companies and professions, and other settings. Culture includes what people actually do and what they believe. Culture influences greatly how we see the world, how we try to understand it and how we communicate with each other. Therefore, culture determines, to a great extent, learning and teaching styles. When we compare cultures we should not look for differences that make us better or worse than each other. No culture is better than another and no communication style is intrinsically wrong. My teaching and communication styles are deeply rooted in the way I have been socialized and a year of teaching at college reminded me that my students communication and learning styles were different from mine. Perhaps the most important lesson I learned is that I must adapt to this new environment and change the way I communicate if I wish to be an effective teacher.
CHARACTER EDUCATION AS THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF SCHOOLING FOR THE FUTURE Lewis, McRobert; Ponzio, Veronica
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 4 No 2 (2016): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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This analysis seeks to examine the history and development of moral/character education in America during the 20th century providing structure for the character education movement in today’s educational context. The common denominator and key to character education for the future is community. The concept of community connects the three aforementioned themes and provides a roadmap for better implementation of character education. Careful consideration is given to the interaction and contributions of the school and society in terms of promoting and developing character education. Though there is generous support from politicians, educators, and parents, character education is still somewhat mired by its lack of scope. This examination proposes that current character education proponents can find new frameworks for implementation by observing the history of character education.
A JOURNEY TO THE QUALITATIVE WONDERLAND: LESSONS LEARNED FOR NOVICE RESEARCHERS Tsai, Kuan Chen
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 2 No 3 (2014): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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It is believed that through a journey of being a good researcher, it is beneficial to appreciate two different values drawing form two opposite paradigms, which in turn familiarizing oneself with two distinct conceptual frameworks thereby strengthening individual’s research capacity. In this paper, a novice qualitative researcher shares four lessons learned from the process of conducting his first qualitative study. The lessons are: (1) Do your homework on the literature; (2) Carefully read regulations of Institutional Review Board; (3) Any confusion, ask the experts first; (4) If possible, try to use qualitative data analysis software; and (5) Reflect and challenge your assumptions all the time.
SHIFTING PEDAGOGY AND POLITICS IN THE PRACTICE OF DIVERSITY Wilkins, Andrew
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 3 No 3 (2015): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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The aim of this paper is to map the ways in which diversity relays and mobilizes a set of neoliberal positions and relationships in the field of education and seeks to govern education institutions and education users through politically circulating norms and values. I explore the pedagogical and political shift marked by the meaning and practice of diversity offered through New Labor education policy texts, specifically, the policy and practice of personalized learning (or personalization). These norms and values, I want to argue, echo and redeem the kinds of frameworks, applications and rationalities typically aligned with modes of neoliberal or advanced liberal governance, e.g. marketization, monetarization, atomization and deregulation. I conclude the paper by considering how diversity in education renders problematic conventional antinomies of the citizen and consumer, public and private, state and civil society, etc., and forces us to confront the rhizomatic character of contemporary governance and education in the era of neoliberalism.
AMERICANIZING ISLAM AS THE PRICE OF ASSIMILATION Morgan, John H
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 2 No 2 (2014): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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This essay is an exploration into the social inevitabilities of culture shifts within the American Muslim community’s self-understanding of their faith. Rather than a theological explication of the reasons why and why not Islam may or can or will not assimilate in America, our approach will be strictly sociological thereby side stepping the intricate dialectic of theological niceties in deference to the social realities of culture change. As a social psychologist, my duty is to acknowledge the inevitabilities of behavioral shifts brought about due to social and cultural pressures resulting from immigration into an alien cultural weltanschauung, i.e., worldview. Therefore in this essay, we will explicate the meaning and nature of de-ethnicization and re-enculturation as we endeavor to disentangle religion from culture, recognizing that much of what goes under the flag of religious orthodoxy is really culturally-mandated behavior and worldview. The assimilation process, however, will bear heavily upon the necessity for Muslim clergy in America to become professional by Western standards and we will in the process explore the complexities of religious secularism as a way of becoming an “American” Muslim. Finally, we will suggest liturgical and architectural “adjustments” to Western modes of public worship while indicating linguistic niceties which will prove helpful in the assimilation process which we have chosen here to call the “Islamicization of America”.
The Understanding of Political Elites on the Consensus of Nation and State Life Sanusi, Sanusi; Yusuf, Rusli; Jannah, Miftahul
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 5 No 2 (2017): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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This study discusses the understanding of the political elites in Kota Juang subdistrict, Bireuen District about the consensus of the nation and the state life. The state organizers both central and regional and all Indonesian citizens must be equally responsible for understanding and implementing the consensus values within their daily life. This research aims to (1) Describe the understanding of the political elites towards the consensus of the nation and the state life, (2) Describe the ability of the political elites to implement the consensus of the nation and the state life in the daily life. This research used a descriptive method with a qualitative approach. The findings of the research showed that: (1) Some political elites already understood the consensus of nation and state life in Kota Juang sub district, Bireuen District but some of them did not understand yet. (2) In general, the political elites in Kota Juang sub district, Bireuen District had implemented the consensus of the nation and state life in everyday life, but there were also political elites who did not know whether they had implemented it or not.
DIRECTION OF MORAL EDUCATION TEACHER TO ENRICH CHARACTER EDUCATION Mohd Yusoff, Mohd Zailani; Hamzah, Aswati
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 3 No 1 (2015): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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This paper discusses moral education which should begin by focussing on what exactly is meant by the term “moral human being” in Character Education. This is because whatever approach is used has to be based on the exact and clear understanding of the moral human being himself. A moral human being should posses the components categorised as concept, that is, the rules and principles which are deemed necessary to be used in actions and feelings or emotions which support the belief that a concept or action should be carried out. Apart from that, a moral human being should have the moral knowledge of the surroundings, know how to interact and act according to the decisions made. Character education will enable one to be a moral human being who should know the good, desire the good and do good.
THE NATIVE CULTURES ON STUDENT DISCIPLINE IN SCHOOL, NIGERIA Ogwu, Edewor
Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun Vol 4 No 2 (2016): Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun
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Students discipline problem is developing into an epidemic in Nigerian schools. Every culture has its own values and norms, and these are communicated to its young generation through disciplinary strategies; and being culturally conceptualized and negotiated, these strategies and the languages therein, can only be understood by the members of the identifiable cultural group. The study evaluates some relevant information on teachers’ routine experiences and their views on the effectiveness the enforcement of order, control and disciplinary actions in secondary schools and how school disciplines are influenced by the cultural background of the Staff and students. This study explores teachers’ views on the common approaches and school disciplinary models in Nigeria. The paper suggests that the current educational administration and policies erodes the powers of the secondary Staff to such degree that teachers are disempowered hence, indiscipline among students continues to gather momentum causing poor academic performances.

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