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Dinamika Ilmu
ISSN : 14113031     EISSN : 24429651     DOI : -
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DINAMIKA ILMU (P-ISSN: 1411-3031; E-ISSN: 2442-9651) is an International Education Journal published by Faculty of Education and Teacher Training of IAIN Samarinda, Indonesia. It is a peer-reviewed journal of Education, including: English Language Teaching and Islamic Education. The journal is published twice a year.
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Potret Kemampuan Nara Sumber Diklat Peningkatan Kualitas Guru Pendidikan Agama Islam (PAI) Se-Kalimantan Timur Nurbayani, Etty
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 12 No 2, Desember 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v12i2.62

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In order to improve Islamic education teachers’ competence in East Kalimantan, quality improvement program has been conducted to both teachers and also non teachers (administration) of Islamic education in East Kalimantan. The training was conducted by Education Development Agency (LPTK) STAIN Samarinda, East Kalimantan. The expectation to have qualified teachers in Islamic education has to be hand in hand with instructors’ competence of the training. Qualified and skillful trainers can be a good reference for the participants to teach Islamic education to their students. Otherwise, participants will not obtain any specific skill related to Islamic education. The impact is there is no any change of instructional paradigm done by teachers. In general, trainers/instructors’ competence in the training (DIKLAT) held by STAIN Samarinda October 2011 can be classified in high level. It is indicated by score of 85, 6 which is taken from various variables; accomplishment target of the courses, material appropriateness, instructional method, process, and motivation.
Pendidikan Tinggi Islam dan Pengembangan Entrepreneuer Skill Muhammad, Muhammad
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol.9 No 2, Desember 2009
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v9i2.283

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Islamic education has three related foundations. One of the intended foundations is education and teaching. Without leaving aside other two foundations (research and dedication to the society), education is the important element that becomes the instrument of potential development of human resources that have competitive superiority. Two kinds of these superiorities (added by collaborative and spiritual superiority) become “condition sine qua non” that has to be developed by Islamic education world, so that its existence will not be the “ivory tower”. The knowledge expansion from normative way to the development of business skill which stands on religious values as “added value” that becomes a must in the middle of crowded global economic. The objectives of this article are to explain the basic economic concept which is built on the foundation and religious value (Read: Islamic Economy), entrepreneurship character building and the role of Islamic University.
Investigating the Problems of English Speaking of the Students of Islamic Boarding School Program at STAIN Samarinda Hadijah, Sitti
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 14 No 2, December 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v14i2.16

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This study investigated the students’ ability, the problems and their reasons why they faced problems on English speaking. The triangulation of mixed methods was used in this study. The quantitative data gathered from the speaking test result by involving 130 students of Islamic Boarding School Program and the qualitative data gathered from the questionnaire and interview results from the selected students who meet the criteria. The findings showed that the students’ ability was categorized low (62.93); the students have problems on grammar (42.20%), pronunciation (36.60%), vocabulary (35.20%), fluency (36%) and comprehension (34.40%); the students’ reason in facing the problems on English speaking English were not only having limited knowledge on the components of speaking skills including pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, fluency and comprehension but also they have own personal reasons, such as shy to perform speaking, lack of self confidence, lack of speaking practice, limited time given for preparation on English speaking test, the difficulties at using and understanding the speaking material found in the English textbook, the environment (dormitory) did not support them to acquire and use English as a medium daily interaction and they preferred to study the Islamic knowledge and Arabic than English. This study indicated that the students’ ability should be increased by giving motivation and taught them with the suitable and interested English speaking materials.
Al Ghazāli’s Thoughts on Islamic Education Curriculum Barni, Mahyuddin; Mahdany, Diny
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 17 No 2, December 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v17i2.921

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Al Ghazali lived in the Islamic golden age when all the fields of education flourished. There have been many studies of al-Ghazalis thoughts, yet, further and deeper examination from various perspective is needed to get objective and actual thoughts of Al-Ghazali. In al Ghazali’s time, there was no term of curriculum, however, the concept emerged as an accumulation of previous thoughts about the curriculum. The objective of this research is to study about al Ghazalis thoughts on the curriculum of Islamic education based on the series of curricula before al-Ghazali which eventually distinguish this study from others. This library research relies on written materials from the works of al Ghazali and others related to this topic.  The data were collected using documentary technique and analyzed using content analysis method. In conclusion, Al-Ghazali’s curriculum is similar to the concept of holistic education which is characterized by intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual developments. The curriculum also covers the dimension of development and it is beneficial for individual and society to make people closer to Allah SWT.
Reformulasi Sistem Pendidikan Pesantren dalam Mengantisipasi Perkembangan Global Zamroni, Zamroni
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 11 No 2, Desember 2011
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v11i2.53

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Islamic Boarding School (Pesantren) is the most autonomous institution that can not be on the intervention of any parties. In Islamic Boarding Schools, Kiai has authority in characterizing many activities of pesantren community. Variations of education is also due to differences in conditions sosi-cultural society that surrounds it. Development of the pesantren as an institution engaged in education and socio-religious, must be encouraged. Development of Pesantren must be continued cause of the change of world drastic and dynamic with rapid development, Of course, either directly or indirectly may affect to pesantren. In order for schools to continue to survive, then a few steps can be taken with the strategic development kept the same boarding school as an institution indegious Islamic education in Indonesia.
تعليم الصرف في مدرسة روضة الفتوحية الدينية بمعهد دار الأمين غامبيران بانجووانجي Hamidah, Noor Zinatul
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 15 No 2, December 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v15i2.141

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الصرف أحد من عناصر اللغة العربية في عنصر التراكيب. والصرف قاعدة من قواعد اللغة العربية التي تهدف لمساعد الطلاب في اختيار الكلمة المطابقة عند ترتيب الجمل العربية ولتنمية المفردات العربية وكذلك لحفظ الكلام وصحة النطق والكتابة. ويحتاج الصرف لفهم المهارات في اللغة العربية  لأن الصرف علم يبحث عن تغيير الكلمة إلى الكلمة المختلفة وأصول الكلمة.ومن أهداف هذا البحث هي: 1) وصف الأساسية من تفضيل الصرف في مدرسة روضة الفتوحية الدينية بمعهد دار الأمين، 2) وصف عملية تعليم الصرف في مدرسة روضة الفتوحية الدينية بمعهد دار الأمين، 3) وصف المشكلات المواجهة في تعليم الصرف في مدرسة روضة الفتوحية الدينية بمعهد دار الأمين، 4) وصف المحاولات لحلّ المشكلات المواجهة في مدرسة روضة الفتوحية الدينية بمعهد دار الأمين.
The Implementation of Lesson Study in English Language Learning: A Case Study Nashruddin, Wakhid; Nurrachman, Dian
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol. 16 No 2, December 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v16i2.356

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Lesson Study as a growing interest in the education world has attracted educators, experts, and professionals in the area to make use of it in improving the lessons—it also happens in Indonesia. Originally applied in the teaching of mathematics in Japan, now it turns to be used in other fields, and English is one of them. This paper highlights the guideline on Lesson Study and pictures its application in a private senior high school in Malang, East Java, Indonesia. The adaptation of Lesson Study is interesting since Japan and Indonesia have different cultural background. How Lesson Study is usually implemented in Japan and the US and how it is applied in Indonesia will be seen here. As this is a case study, it will only focus on a school and the result should not be used to generalize Lesson Study applications in Indonesia. Interview and observation were instruments used in this study. The interview was used to gain information on how Lesson Study was normally conducted and observation (and the researchers’ involvements) was used to see the real implementation of Lesson Study. What happened during the implementation of Lesson Study and during the teaching and learning process become a great attention here.
Learning Journal and the Students’ Achievement in Grammar Class: Transitivity Analysis
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 17 No 1, June 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v17i1.741

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Learning journal enables students to reflect of what they have experienced in the learning process. This article presents the students’ learning journal in grammar class. For some students, grammar is seen as a course which does not attract their interest. It resulted on their ignorance of the course. However, students have to face the fact that grammar is an integral part of their literacy as it affects the meaning of their utterances, both spoken and written. The participants involved were the 37 students of English Letters Department, Sanata Dharma University. The students were in Structure IV course, one of grammar classes offered by the study program. The instruments involved were the students’ learning journal wrtten during the semester and their final grades. The learning journal was analyzed by means of Halliday’s transitivity. The findings reveal that most of the students used material process in their learning journal, while mental and relational processes do not appear often in the journal. The students’ achievement in class is dominated by an A in the end of the semester. Relating the two findings above, this article concludes that students’ practice of their knowledge in their social life affects their achievement in class.  The employment of material process in the students’ learning journal reveals the students’ practice and purpose of learning grammar.  Keywords:     learning journal, grammar, transitivity
Konsep Penilaian Hasil Belajar Perenialisme dan Implementasinya di Madrasah Nasir, Muhammad
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 10 No 2, Desember 2010
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v10i2.41

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There is a tendency of some communities in Indonesia has always made the learning outcomes in the form of the final value to measure educational success, even being the only measure used to jasticed intelligence of a learner. Children who are considered smart and smart is just a child or children who have ranked highest. While children who have a low value is considered not successful and failed in learning. In this case, some of our communities less attention to aspects of childrens behavior in the form of the attitude of honesty, hard work, creativity, independence, thinking skills and responsibilities and others. Noting the tendency of some communities, the authors saw that the assessment perenialisme still a dominant aspect in the assessment at the schools, including madrasah. This paper attempts to explore how the concept of assessment of learning outcomes perenialisme in madrasah, which is presented by first seeing perenialisme as one of the schools of philosophy of education. Next in succession, the flow is presented that supports education, orientation and model concepts relevant curriculum, policies and implementation of assessment in Madrasah
Storybook Read-Alouds to Enhance Students’ Comprehension Skills in ESL Classrooms: A Case Study Omar, Ainon; Saufi, Maizatulliza Mohd.
Dinamika Ilmu Dinamika Ilmu Vol 15 No 1, June 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21093/di.v15i1.89

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The effectiveness of using storybooks during read-alouds to develop children’s comprehension skills as well as in understanding the story has been widely studied. The reading aloud strategy has also been proven through numerous researches to be the most highly recommended activity for encouraging language and literacy. The study identified the comprehension strategies used by the teachers during their read-aloud sessions, matched teachers’ current practices using the comprehension strategies to the identified practices for the approach, and obtained the teachers’ perceptions of their current practices of the comprehension strategies during reading aloud in their English language classrooms. The teachers’ comprehension strategies were matched with a research-based strategy for comprehending texts during read-alouds proposed by Whitehurst et al (1994). Three primary school English language teachers teaching in the rural schools participated in this study. Qualitative research methods were used in this study. Primary data was obtained through observations using an observation protocol; while secondary data was obtained through interviews from teachers. Findings from the study revealed that the three teachers employed a few of the comprehension strategies that were proposed by researchers in the field. The findings also indicate that the teachers utilized only the strategies that they thought were relevant to their teaching context and as such, proposed the need to provide teachers with knowledge on the best practices for conducting reading aloud to develop ESL students’ comprehension skills

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