Proceedings of the International Conference on Madrasah Reform 2021 (ICMR 2021)
Kusaeri Kusaeri, Yusuf H. Yudha, Yuna P. Kadarisman, Ahmad Hidayatullah
This study aims to explore teachers’ experiences related to the National Assessment (AKM/AKMI), test/explore teachers’ teaching experiences that contribute to students’ competence in numeracy literacy, and test/explore teacher teaching experiences related to teaching activities that support/less support...
Validation of Setting and Design of Multi-Stage Testing (MST) to Portray Students’ Achievement on Reading Literacy in AKMI 2021
Wahyu Widhiarso, Ali Ridho
This study identifies the appropriateness design in measuring student abilities through multi-stage testing (MST) in the AKMI program. This study is a follow up of the previous study which carried out the calibration process of the items after the try-out process. Items that meet the qualifications are...
Implementation of Technical Guidance on the Results of Indonesian Madrasah Competency Assessment 2021
Husniyatus Salamah Zainiyati, Imam Suyitno
This study aims to describe the implementation of technical guidance (imtek) as the results of the AKMI 2021, the challenges during the implementation of technical guidance, and alternative solutions for the improvement. This study used qualitative approach with the data were collected through interviews,...
Investigation of Metacognition Level of Secondary School Students in Solving Islamic-based Numerical Literacy
Dewi Rosikhoh, Abdussakir Abdussakir, M. I. Mukmin
The integrated mathematical problem was the application of mathematics to solve problems from various disciplines. This study aimed to determine students’ metacognition level in solving integrated mathematics problems. In addition, it can also improve students’ numerical literacy. This research was qualitative...
Maria M. Aba, Siti P. Anshar, Uke Ralmugiz
Problem-solving is an essential component of mathematics education worldwide. The mathematics curriculum in many countries emphasizes the importance of discussing mathematical problem-solving. Through this aspect, the ability to solve mathematical problems, both routine and non-routine problems, can...
Maryam Faizah, Akhmad Ridwan
Understanding, communicating and problem-solving skills are the most important parts of Mathematics Skills. Most studies on these concepts state that there is a gap among students in story questions. This study aims to describe students’ mathematical abilities through drawing strategies. The research...
The Dynamics of Students’ Mathematical Cognition Process in Solving Multitasking-based Problems: A Typical PISA Problem Used to Examine Students’ Numerical Literacy
Titin F. Nisa, I K. Budayasa, A. Lukito, Abadi Abadi
This study aimed to narrate the description of students’ cognitive processes when completing multitasking-based problem-solving tasks. This study was qualitative-exploratory research. The research data was extracted through multitasking-based problem-solving tasks and the results of task-based interviews...
Putri F. F. Burhan, Ryan N. Zulfikar, Agustin Fatmawati
This research development created Islamic integrated-mathematical learning kits based on HOTS, i.e. lesson plan and student worksheet. The subject was set for seventh-grade junior high school students at MTs Hidayatullah Batakte, West Kupang. The learning kits in this study were made using Plomp model...
Exploring the Roles of Religious Beliefs to Value Mathematics Education: An Alternative to the Madrasa Reform?
Religion is considered as the richest source of values, which guides individuals’ decisions in various aspects of life, including instructional practices for teachers. This idea has given rise to some research that identifies the relationships between religious beliefs and teaching. This paper explores...
Erna Sundari, Hari Prastyo, Desi Wulandari, Santi H. Saputri, Shiva Fauziah, Masruchan Mahpur
This research is entitled learning to write descriptions through the suggestopedia method to solve students’ literacy difficulties for students who have difficulty writing experimental studies in 7th grade in MTs Negeri 11 Tasikmalaya. This research is motivated by students who have difficulty writing...
The Role of Collaborative Learning and Project Based Learning to Increase Students’ Cognitive Levels in Science Literacy
Eka S. Sugianto
Many studies have applied the Project-based learning method; many have also used collaborative learning in teaching-learning activities to increase students’ skills. However, no study has yet combined collaborative learning with the project-based learning methods in a classroom to see if this method...
Dwi I. Mu’alimah, Eka L. Hermayanti
English has evolved into the most widespread and used language in the world. Speaking should be emphasized in the teaching and learning process without ignoring the importance of other skills since it is the most common way of communication employed by human beings. Today’s problem encountered in teaching...
Santi H. Saputri, Arif R. Fikry
This research investigates the significance of differences in reading comprehension skills between students who were taught using the PLAN strategy and students who were taught using the conventional strategy. Furthermore, this study aims to find out the effectiveness of the PLAN strategy in reading...
Sri P.A. Habiba
COVID-19 pandemic greatly influences the educational world, for example, the learning shifts into online learning. Online learning brings various effects, both joyful and boring effects. This research aims to invite learners to write poetry to lose their boredom. This qualitative research method collected...
Nurul L. Rochmah
This study aims to describe the process and results of using the WhatsApp application as a medium for assisting in writing popular articles for students at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to support their literacy development. The subjects of this study were 180 twelfth grade students of MAN 1...
The Science Literacy Profile Based on Students’ Creative Thinking Skill in the Time of Covid-19 Pandemic Using Blended Learning
Bahtiar Bahtiar, Ibrahim Ibrahim
This study tries to describe students’ creative thinking skills and creativity levels using blended learning. This research was conducted using a cross-sectional survey method to 70 students of State Madrasah Aliyah (Islamic State Senior High School) in Mataram. The result of the study shows that students...
Hasan N. Hidaayatullaah
Students’ misconceptions on physics lessons are believed to disrupt the development of understanding of other concepts because one concept with another in physics interconnected significantly. Therefore, misconceptions need to be diagnosed or analyzed and remediated. The purpose of this study is analysis...
The Portrait of Students’ Mental Modelling Ability on the Concept of Kinetic Theory of Gases in Science Literacy
Before learning, students have already had initial knowledge about a concept called a mental model in terms of cognitive psychology. A static or dynamic review of the mental model that has been built and the extent to which individuals use mental model and conceptual frameworks to solve problems is called...
Identifying Students’ Conceptual Profile on Science Through Series Electrical Circuits Conceptual Survey with Four-Tier Diagnostic Test
Series Electrical Circuit material is one of the basic materials in physics. Despite its applications in everyday life literacy, many electrical concepts are abstract so they are difficult to learn. Many students have difficulty in understanding the concept. Therefore, a diagnostic test instrument is...
Five-Tier Multiple-Choice Diagnostic Test Development: Empirical Evidences to Improve Students’ Science Literacy
Anasufi Banawi, Wahyu Sopandi, Asep Kadarohman, Muhammad Solehuddin
This study aims to develop the five-tier multiple-choice diagnostic test to identify prospective elementary school teachers’ misconceptions about phase transition using descriptive and verification methods. The subjects include 149 (116 female and 33 male students) prospective elementary school teachers...
Desi Wulandari, Siti Mutmainah, Hari Prastyo, Shiva Fauziah, Teguh Fachmi, Erna Sundari, Husni Mubarok
New era COVID-19 pandemic requires teachers and students to understand technology. Along with the times, various kinds of latest innovations will appear, such as the novelty of digital learning. This study aims to analyze profile of STREAM DigLIM during the COVID-19 pandemic era and the recommendations...
This study discusses about improved social skills for students through literacy based learning on the subject of social sciences to determine the implementation of literacy in social science learning so that it can improve students’ social skills. This study aims for students to be more active, creative,...
Mila F. Millah, Rahman Jaenudin, Enung Nurhayati, Sri Mulyani, Eneng F. Nurmaulidah, Dindin Nasrudin
The purpose of this study is to determine the initial knowledge and readiness of madrasa teachers in facing the implementation of Indonesian Madrasah Competency Assessment (AKMI.) This research is an exploratory case study using the survey method. The research sample was 238 MI (Madrasah Ibtidaiyah)...
Lilik Huriyah, Zulfahmi Alwi, Nuansa B. Segara, Saifudin Saifudin, Shofar S. Bisri, Ida Zubaidah
Teachers must be proficient not only in subject matter and pedagogy, but also in technology expertise, in order to design lessons holistically in this time of pandemic. This study looked at 80 teachers from 65 madrasahs (Islamic school) in East Java who took part in PPG (Teacher Professional Education...
Ria Astuti, Yuli S. Hijriyani, Thorik Aziz, Khoirul Bariyyah
This study aims to describe people’s upbringing in introducing sociocultural values to early childhood using gadgets. The type of this research is qualitative description by using interviews of 10 respondents, observation, and documentation. The design of this study was qualitative with descriptive approach....
Teacher’s Perception: Designing Step-by-Step LOC-R (Literacy, Orientation, Collaboration, Reflection) in Sociocultural Literacy Teaching
Nuansa B. Segara, Zulfahmi Alwi, Lilik Huriyah, Ai R. Musyaropah, Saifuddin Saifuddin, Shofar S. Bisri
Sociocultural literacy is required in Indonesia to sustain the nation’s integrity. As a result, the Ministry of Religious included it in the AKMI component. It is essential in developing creative learning in the future post-AKMI learning environment in 2021. This article exposes the step-by-step LOC-R...
Muhammad B. Sholeh, Noor Ahsin, Zulfa Alany, Fatimah Fatimah
As the phenomenon of radical religious understanding emerges, the discourse of Islamic moderation in Indonesia is re-emerging. Education plays a crucial part in the process of internalizing moderate Islamic values. Instilling Islamic moderation values must occur not only in religious subjects but also...
Investigating Strategies and Problems on E-Learning Application in Madrasah to Develop Students’ Literacy
The objective of this research was observe the applied strategies and the problems faced by teachers in conducting e-learning as distance learning during this COVID-19 outbreak to develop student’s literacy. This research used descriptive qualitative method by analyzing documentary study on e-learning...
Moderate Islamic Value as a Source of Students’ National Identity to Support Students’ Sociocultural Literacy
Agung D.B. El Rizaq, Siti Azizah, Shinta Oktafiana
This research focuses on implementing moderate Islamic values in school programs related to national identity. This research is beneficial for strengthening students’ character in accepting diversity in Indonesia, maintaining national unity, preserving Indonesian culture, and strengthening religious...
Agus Riwanda, Syahabuddin Nor, Muhammad Ridha, Muhammad I. Islamy
Learning Arabic online during the COVID-19 pandemic is full of challenges. Educators are required to be selective in choosing assessment methods relevant to the four Arabic language competencies and suitable for use online. This study aims to determine the online assessment methods and assessment media...
Ahmad Saefudin, Feblur Triharwanto, Yushinta E. Farida, Mahalli Mahalli, Abdul Rozaq, Hayu D. Yulistianti
This study aims to explain the level of resilience of the Salaf Islamic Boarding School (pesantren) in implementing the function of Islamic education in the era of society 5.0. and to identify the supporting and inhibiting factors. The research used a case study in a qualitative approach that consist...
Rasch Model-Based Adversity Quotient: A Potential Instrument for Assessing Madrasah Students’ Literacy
Akhmad Syahri, Ni’matul Dinawisda, Teguh Fachmi
Adversity quotient used in measuring a person’s ability to respond to difficulty. Sub dimensions of adversity quotient consist of control, ownership, reach and endurance. This study aims to validate the instrument of adversity quotient for Postgraduate students by using the Rasch modelling approach that...
Andarusni Alfansyur, Muhammad R. Hadiyan
After being implemented for more than one year due to the pandemic, educational institutions in Indonesia could switch online learning to the hybrid learning method. The implementation of this transitional learning mode would face several challenges, especially for Islamic boarding schools. This study...
The objective of this research is to elucidate the effectiveness of Board game QR Code Silamon as the learning media in instilling the Pancasila values to the students. This is because thus far, the implementation of Pancasila values only relies on conventional learning of Pancasila and civics education....
Hari Prastyo, Nining K. Aini, Desi Wulandari, Shiva Fauziah, Erna Sundari
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) or language immersion is mostly taken place in Pesantren (Islamic Boarding School). However, research on CLIL in Pesantren is mostly difficult to find. This article tried to investigate the steps in implementing CLIL at Pesantren to enhance speaking skill...
Intan B. Putri, Abdulloh Hamid, Husniyatus S. Zainiyati
Technological developments create new opportunities to develop learning with a technological approach. Borderless learning is identified as a form of mobile learning that can be accessed and continuously improved through technology. The application of mobile seamless learning is defined as a learning...
Ivana N. Qoriroh M, M. Dwi Cahyono, Makmun Hidayat
This study aimed to evaluate the performance of e-Learning Madrasah and the constraints while using e-Learning Madrasah at MIN 1 Kota Malang (Islamic State Elementary School) during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research was conducted by applying a phenomenological approach which is naturally qualitative....
Jauhar Ali, Lailatul Inayah
Along with technology development in the digital era, learning evaluation also experienced developments in the tools based on Android. Android is an information system on a smartphone that has been very popular among learners. Muhammadiyah Vocational High School of Kajen utilizes Android as an evaluation...
Khairun Nisa, Lolytasari Lolytasari
The interaction must happen in online learning both synchronous and asynchronous. Without any interaction, there will be no learning experience. The interaction can happen between student and teacher, student and student, and student and content. The research aims to investigate the teacher and students’...
The Application of the Independent Study Club Learning Model in Learning Al-Quran to Improve the Process and Student Learning Outcomes
This study aims to describe and analyze the activity steps of the Independent Study Club learning model in improving the quality of the process and learning outcomes by considering the fact that most of the students in one class have not been able to read and write Al-Quran well. However, some students...
Muhammad R. Asrori, Ahmad F. Anam, Agus I. Mahmudi, M Ghufron, M Syafiuddin, Indana Zulfa
The striking development of Islamic education is the tahfidz Al-Qur’an program which has begun to be opened in formal institutions such as madrasa, Islamic schools, and Islamic boarding schools. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, tahfidz Al-Qur’an activities showed new obstacles and challenges. Daily activities...
Nailil Inayah, Ridha Amaliyah, Esti N. Andyarini, Betty S. A. Utami, Wiga A. Violando, Adi Damanhuri
Direct learning has migrated into online learning since the education sector is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. One alternative to the online learning method is by implementing an online cooperative-jigsaw or virtual jigsaw. The study explores students’ perceptions of virtual Jigsaw learning as an...
The Comparisons of Curriculum 2013, KMA 165 2014 and KMA 183 2019: Do They Support Students’ Literacy?
This study aims to determine the similarities and differences of Arabic material in Islamic Senior High School between Decree of Ministry of Religious Affairs (KMA) number 165 of 2014 and KMA number 183 of 2019 and to determine the advantages and disadvantages both of them. This research is literature...
Inducing Constructivism and Post-Method in the Paradigm of Paragogy: A Proposed Learning Framework for Literacy Practice in EFL Context
This study aims to propose a learning framework that induces the concepts of paragogy overarching constructivism and post-method to ensure the creation of English language learning that involves the active participation of students and the synchronous development of EFL teaching and learning for literacy...
Samsul Arifin, Mokhammad Baharun, Miftahul Alimin
The purpose of this study is to design the Qur’an-based counseling related to Psycho-sufistic personality based on the interpretation of the Qur’an and its implementation in counseling communication with the family systems therapy approach in Islamic Boarding Schools (pesantren). The method used was...
Shifa Fauziah, Subyantoro Subyantoro, Haryadi Haryadi, Hari Prastyo, Desi Wulandari, Erna Sundari
The demands of language learning are not only about the vocabulary and style but also the aspects of communication and cultural ethics that make assessment instruments need to be innovated. Innovation in this research is a development assessment instrument to produce report text with Valette’s Taxonomy...
Siska Yuniati, Mahfud Efendi, Dewi Saripah, Adib N. Huda
During distance learning, teachers cannot teach literature optimally. There is no practical, economical, and interesting literary learning media. Wall magazines are the right learning media, but there is no development research on this yet. This study aims to develop a product in the form of an electronic...
Sismanto Sismanto, Maskuri Bakri, Achmad M. Huda
This article analyzes and discusses the implementation of values, models, and strategies of multicultural Islamic education in elementary schools using a qualitative approach with multi-site in SD YPPSB 3 and SDN 002 Sangatta. The author collects data through interviews, FGDs, and explores several relevant...
The Effect of Religiosity and Self-Efficacy to Improve Students’ Literacy: A Study on Academic Cheating
Siti K. Khotimah, Ainun Nadhirah, Fathin Fadhilah, Netty Herawati
This study aims to determine the effect of religiosity and self-efficacy to improve students’ literacy on students’ academic cheating partially and simultaneously. It was explanatory survey research that highlights the relationship between research variables by testing the hypotheses that had been formulated...
This research aims to determine the influence of Academic supervision management by Madrasah principals on Mathematics learning quality to support school literacy movement in the Madrasah Tsanawiyah (Islamic State Junior High School) in Garut Regency, West Java. The research applied a survey method with...
Adaptation and Validation of Motivation to Learn Online Questionnaire (MLOQ) and Differential Item Functioning (DIF) Analysis at Islamic University Student
Teguh Fachmi, Hasbi Wahyudi, Eneng Muslihah, Umayah Umayah, Akhmad Syahri, Desi Wulandari
This research aims to test the reliability and validity of the motivation to learn online questionnaire (MLOQ) by adding an analysis related to the evaluation of the psychometric characteristics of the test instrument, namely the differential item functioning (DIF) test. DIF uses to measure the bias...
E-learning Based on Socio-Scientific Issues and Islamic Values: Post-Millennial Students in Madrasah
Online learning in the COVID-19 pandemic era requires teachers and students to get used to the learning process using technology. This research aims to analyze the profile of E-learning used by Madrasah teachers in the COVID-19 pandemic era, as well as recommendations for learning approaches that can...
Social Changes of Osing Community and Its Contextualization as Social Learning Materials in Madrasah
Wahidah Z. Zuhro, Anindya Fajarini
The Covid-19 pandemic has made people experience many changes in all aspects of life, from social, cultural and economic aspects. This situation is also experienced by the people in the Kemiren Banyuwangi Traditional Village. The majority of the people who live in Kemiren Village are indigenous people...
Sahiruddin Sahiruddin, Esti Junining, M. F. Ubaidillah, Mei C. Len
The construct of reading and critical thinking has been extensively researched in educational contexts and argued to correlate each other. However, there is a paucity of research that explores such a relationship with how students develop their critical thinking skills. This study aims to evaluate the...
Investigating the Enactment of Inclusive Education at a University Level: A Call for Literacy Practices in Inclusive Learning
Luluk S. A. Prasetyoningsih, Diah R. Widowati, M. F. Ubaidillah, Huan Y. Lee
Empirical evidence on practices of inclusive education has long saturated the literature to date. However, little attention is directed at portraying the enactment of inclusive education from policy-making perspectives during the COVID-19 pandemic. To fill such a void, this paper, situated within an...
Sociocultural Literacy Assessment: Validation of Multistage Generalized Partial Credit Testing Design
This aims to (1) describe the analysis results of sociocultural literacy items based on generalized partial credit model (GPCM) and (2) validate the design of multistage testing (MST). Two field tests involving 5881 secondary madrasa students on 1416 items comprising essential competencies; nationality...