TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris <p align="justify"><strong>Tadris: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam</strong> (Print ISSN <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1180426029">1907-672X</a>; Online ISSN <a title="Link ISSN" href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi?daftar&amp;1422414135&amp;1&amp;&amp;" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2442-5494</a> DOI: <a title="doitadris" href="/index.php/tadris" target="_blank" rel="noopener">http://doi.org/10.19105/tjpi</a>) is accredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education Republic of Indonesia with ranking of&nbsp;<a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-bss7z6NBrEO5KqL6GhLyQSNq4WBNm9f/view?usp=drivesdk" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Sinta (S2) number : 200/M/KPT/2020</a>, has been published by the Tarbiyah Department of State Islamic Institute of Madura. Tadris Journal is published twice a year in <strong>June</strong> and <strong>December</strong>, the contents are scientific writings on Islamic Education in forms of conceptual ideas, literature review, practical writing, or research results from various perspectives.</p> <p align="justify">Interested in submitting a manuscript ? kindly <a href="http://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/user/register?source="><strong>REGISTER </strong></a>yourself. Already have a Username/Password for Tadris: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam ? Read <a href="http://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/authorguide" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>AUTHOR GUIDELINES</strong></a> and go to <a href="http://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/login"><strong>LOGIN</strong>.</a></p> State Islamic Institute of Madura en-US TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam 1907-672X <p>The journal operates an Open Access policy under a <em>Creative Commons Non-Commercial 4.0 International license</em>. Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:&nbsp;</p> <ol> <li class="show">Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a&nbsp; <p><img src="/public/site/images/jamiels/88x311.png" alt=""><a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/" target="_blank" rel="license noopener"> Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License</a></p> <p>that allows others to share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, and adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material.</p> </li> <li class="show">Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.</li> <li class="show">Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (see&nbsp;<a href="http://opcit.eprints.org/oacitation-biblio.html">The Effect of Open Access</a>).</li> </ol> Digital Transformation of Islamic Education in Pesantren Madura https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10535 <p>Digital transformation is an inevitability in the era of society 5.0. This study examined the digital transformation of Islamic education of Pesantren in Madura. This study employed qualitative approach, focusing on social education. The study was conducted using interview techniques for Kiai, santri,&nbsp; and researchers in Madura. There were three social facts in the digital transformation of Islamic education. First, the digital transformation in Kiai Pesantren Madura Perspective. Second, implementation of digital transformation of Islamic education at Pesantren Madura. Third, opportunities and challenges for pesantren in facing digital transformation in Islamic education. The Kiai in Pesantren Madura who initially practiced traditional Islamic education were following the development of digital transformation. The positive response can be seen from their perspective on the digital transformation of Islamic education and its implementation in facing digital transformation. Also, some Pesantren have prepared digital literacy facilities and human resources. Even though they have great opportunities in implementing digital transformation, they have the challenge of limited human resources and facilities.</p> Mohammad Hasan Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-10-09 2023-10-09 18 2 1 16 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10535 Development of Islamic Education ‎Management Based on Cyber Pedagogy: Case ‎Study in Vocational High School https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/9870 <p>This study explores cyber pedagogy potential under Islamic education management in vocational school. This study intends to investigate how to support teachers' professional development and mindset enhancement; the implemention; and the way in overcoming obstacles of cyber pedagogy. This research adopts a qualitative field research design with a phenomenological approach. Meanwhile, this study was conducted at Muhammadiyah Kajen Vocational School. This research’s primary data collection methods were observation, documentation, and in-depth interviews, involving six key informants, including stakeholders and teaching staff. The findings reveal that All aspects of educational systems, such as technology proficiency, mindset, and learning design, should be supported by this curriculum. Meanwhile, four steps can be taken to implement cyber-based leaning. The first strategy involves mapping knowledge and skills to needs. Second, the school needs to evaluate students and keep an eye on their performance. Third on the list is developing training based on needs analysis, which is followed by continuous programme assessment and monitoring. In the meantime, this programme adds to certain issues. SMK Muhammadiyah Kajen is noteworthy for its ability to cultivate a digital mindset through the integration of human resources into a digital setting, resulting in a cutting edge, inventive, and contemporary learning environment.</p> Nur Cholid Linda Indiyarti Putri Mirza Mahbub Wijaya Mohd. Tahseen Zaman Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-06 2023-12-06 18 2 17 32 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.9870 Nurturing Ethical Character in Islamic Colleges through Interactive Technology: Lecturers Perspective https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10378 <p>This article examines the impact of integrating interactive technology in character education programs on ethical character development in Islamic colleges from the lecturers' perspective. The study addresses two research questions: (1) How does the integration of interactive technology influence ethical character development, according to lecturers in Islamic colleges? (2) What challenges do lecturers face in effectively utilizing interactive technology for nurturing ethical character education?. Data was collected through a survey of 50 lecturers from Islamic colleges in Madura, using a combination of closed-ended and open-ended questions. The findings reveal that integrating interactive technology positively affects ethical character development by enhancing student engagement, critical thinking, and moral reasoning. This research contributes to addressing a research gap by providing empirical evidence on the effectiveness of interactive technology in nurturing ethical character development in the context of Islamic colleges. Additionally, the study identifies challenges lecturers face in embracing the digital age, including limited technical skills, inadequate resources, and resistance to change. Addressing these challenges is crucial for maximizing the potential of interactive technology in character education programs. Overall, this research offers practical insights for educational institutions and policymakers, informing the design of strategies for incorporating interactive technology into character education programs while mitigating associated challenges. By focusing specifically on Islamic colleges, this study provides unique perspectives on integrating interactive technology in nurturing ethical character development, adding novelty to the existing literature</p> Eva Nikmatul Rabbianty Siti Azizah Mashur Abadi Nina Khayatul Virdyna Ali Said Al-Matari Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-11-26 2023-11-26 18 2 33 52 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10378 Strategic Management in Islamic Full Day School ‎Institutional Development in the Era of Artificial ‎Intelligence https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/9945 <p>Strategic management in the development of Islamic full day school institutions has main components, namely the first organizational environment analysis functions as an early detection and prediction of threats and opportunities, the second analysis of the organizational profile functions as a detection of organizational weaknesses and strengths, the third organizational strategy functions as the achievement of organizational goals.(Nazaruddin 2020). This study uses a qualitative research method with a case study approach. The results of the study show that in strategic management in the development of Islamic full day school institutions in the era of artificial intelligence, there are three things that must be considered, first, strategic management, this process requires a SWOT analysis, carried out thoroughly on the internal and external environment of the school, identifying strengths , weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to future education related to the use of technology. This analysis will facilitate the preparation of the vision and mission as well as targets and programs. Next Second. Institutional Development Strategy, requires a Strategic Plan (RENSTRA), which is a document that contains long-term and short-term goals for future education in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology. The plan includes specific steps to be taken to integrate future education into the day-to-day activities of the school. And it is necessary to pay attention to the strengthening of fundamentals, strengthening existence and building partnerships and communities. The three Quality Assurance Systems are carried out in a consistent and consistent manner in institutional development, so that the institution is automatically a quality institution. In accordance with the provisions of the ministry of education and culture, the quality assurance system is organized by internal institutions or known as the Internal Quality Assurance System (SPMI) and which is held by the Government as the main person in charge of the education quality system or the External Quality Assurance System (SPME).</p> M Hadi Prasetyo Istikomah‎ Eni Fariyatul Normadiah bin Daud Engku Ahmad Zaki bin Engku Alwi Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 53 65 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.9945 The Innovation of Islamic Education Learning Through Quantum Learning Model https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10236 <p>The quantum learning model is a lively learning transformation with all its nuances that include all the links, interactions, and differences that maximise learning moments and focus on dynamic relationships in the classroom environment interactions that establish a foundation in order to learn. This study aims to elaborate on the implementation of the principles and steps of the quantum learning approach in PAI learning. The method used in the research is a Systematic Literature Review that starts from the process of searching for literature, screening and eligibility testing. The articles reviewed from 2017-2023 publications. The results showed that the implementation of quantum learning in PAI learning can be in the form of; (1) the application of quantum learning principles (everything speaks, everything aims, experience before naming, recognise every effort, if it is worth learning, then it is also worth celebrating, (2) the application of TANDUR steps, namely; Grow, Experience, Name, Demonstrate, Repeat, and Celebrate. Islamic Education Learning Innovation with Quantum Learning Model offers a new and promising approach to improve the quality of Islamic Education learning through active interaction and student empowerment. This research has the potential for personal empowerment.</p> Zulkarnain M. Yunus Abu Bakar Nur Kholis Siti Marfuah Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 66 81 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10236 Madurese Islam: Dissemination of ‎Multicultural Education in Islamic Religious ‎Streams https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/9974 <p>Multicultural education is an alternative to build togetherness in the diversity of society, and multiculturalism requires the accommodation of minority rights, both cultural and social. This research focuses on constructing a multicultural understanding of religious sects disseminated through religious sects. The research aims to describe the multicultural education of religious understanding that aims to build social harmony amid the diversity of religious sects in Sana Daja village. This research approach uses qualitative ethnography type. The data sources in this research are leaders of religious organizations, heads of religious activities, kyai, lora, and people who know the changes in interaction between religious sects in the research location. The results showed that some religious groups in the village of Sana Daja disseminate multiculturalism through religious activities such as recitation, traditions, or community social activities; religious sects become instruments of social power to instill multicultural awareness. The construction of multicultural education between religious views begins with recategorization and desacralization, explaining the various interpretations of <em>fiqh</em>, emphasizing the substance and purpose of religious activities, and placing religious traditions as part of <em>ijtihad</em> products in the practical realm. This multicultural awareness construction can slowly open the isolation of minority religious groups, build communication between religious groups that have been constrained due to conflict, and foster an attitude of tolerance so that awareness is born to build ukhuwah Islamiyah in society.</p> Moh Dannur Yus Mochamad Cholily Khozin Khozin Nor Hasan Imamuddin Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 82 98 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.9974 Islamic Education Ideology of Pesantren: A ‎Case Study in Hidayatullah Pesantren ‎Balikpapan https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10186 <p>The pesantren system places a strong emphasis on the preservation of traditional Islamic knowledge and practices. The research examines the concept of Islamic education ideology and its implementation process at Hidayatullah Islamic Boarding School. Two research questions were raised to guide this study.&nbsp;A qualitative research design is employed in the study, utilizing descriptive data from written language and respondent-observed behaviors. Additionally, 35 students (a mix of current students and Madrasah Aliyah students) were interviewed by the researchers. Data were collected through documentation, interviews, and observation. The findings demonstrate that, as a component of the Islamic movement in Indonesia, PP Hidayatullah Balikpapan established a formulation of Islamic thought that served as the foundation for the organization's philosophy. K.H. Abdullah Said, the founder of PP Hidayatullah, had this genuine notion, which his successors carried on with. This gave rise to fundamental principles that are connected to the pre-prophetic historical periods in Islamic educational ideology, including self-reliance, leadership, entrepreneurship, responsibility, and problem-solving. The steps of normalization, orientation, internalization, externalization, and objectification that comprise the developing ideological consciousness are influenced by the early suras of the Quran. The internalization of Santri's ideological knowledge is accomplished through both classical and non-classical methods, in addition to the use of pesantren support facilities including mosques, dorms, and madrasahs/schools. In conclusion, PP Hidayatullah Balikpapan creates the foundational principles of the Islamic framework and influences Santri's personal development by formulating the cognitive structure of Islamic education and implementing it inside the classroom.</p> Abdurrohim Adiyono Jibril Olaniyi Ayuba Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-31 2023-12-31 18 2 99 116 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10186 The Development Model of the Digital-Based Madrasah ‎Diniyah at Islamic Boarding School Padepokan Kyai ‎Mudrikah Kembang Kuning https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10192 <p>Digital era has forced all educational institutions to change, including <em>Madrasah Diniyah</em>. <em>Madrasah Diniyah</em>, as a non-formal educational institution focused on teaching Islamic values, is required to adapt to these changes to remain relevant. This research aims to explore the digital-based development model of <em>Madrasah Diniyah</em> at Islamic Boarding School Padepokan Kyai Mudrikah Kembang Kuning Pamekasan (IBS PKMKK). The research method applied is a case study analysis, involving data collection through interviews, observations, and the evaluation of relevant documents. This study emphasizes the suitability of this digital development model with local needs and context. Although located in rural areas, IBS PKMKK <em>Madrasah Diniyah</em> has adapted to the demands of the modern era without abandoning its primary focus on religious education, becoming a kind of oasis that encourages the adoption of digital-based learning in a community that previously prioritized quality education less.</p> Heni Listiana Achmad Muhlis Vargheese K J Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 117 133 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10192 Tracing The Footprints of Islamic Values Education: Bibliometric Expedition for Future Pathways https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10224 <p>The purpose of this study is to outline the trajectory and future directions of Islamic values education research as it appears in articles that the Scopus database has indexed. This study used bibliometric analysis techniques to identify all publications registered in the Scopus database on Islamic values ​​education from 1980 to 2023. The data obtained were then analyzed using Excel and either R or R-Studio. Meanwhile, to perform visual analysis related to keywords and citations simultaneously, researchers used VOSviewer. This research shows that the function, subject, and specified criteria were met by 257 papers that the author located on Scopus. In this research, the related topic has an annual growth rate of 3.56%, with the majority of articles coming out in 2020. The nation that has generated the greatest publications on the subject of teaching Islamic values is Indonesia, with Malaysia coming in second. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and Universiti Malaya Malaysia are the Malaysian universities with the two highest connections, respectively. Meanwhile, the writer who is most active in researching the field of Islamic values ​​education is Nuryana, Z. The bibliometric analysis in this study was specifically taken from Scopus. This research provides a brief description of the literature that can be accessed by researchers in the field of Islamic values ​​education and can be used as a reference for relevant research in the future.</p> Luthfi Syifa' Fauziyah Nurul Latifatul Inayati Muhamad Subhi Apriantoro Afief El Ashfahany Rozi Irfan Rosyadhi Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 134 156 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10224 Developing Learning Materials of Islamic Education Integrated with Mathematics and Sains for Junior High School https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10384 <p>The design of learning materials and the learning process for Islamic Education subjects is ideally not only normative, but must also be combined with a scientific approach. An understanding of the concept of religion as a whole and integrated will cause students to have a complete world view of religion and science. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to develop learning materials of Islamic Education integrated with mathematics and science for junior high school. &nbsp;This study is research and development which consists of four stages, namely define, design, develop, and dissaminate. The data collecting techniques used are questionnaires to find out experts’ assessment and students’ respons. The results showed that the learning materials has fulfilled the requirements to be considered feasible to be used in the learning process.</p> Maria Ulpah Sumiarti Wan Alawee Samaeng Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 157 169 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10384 Spritual Education Guidance at The Hasan ‎Ma'shum Dhikr Assembly‎ in Palu https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10303 <p>The purpose of this study is to see how far the success of fostering spiritual education in the Hasan Ma'shum <em>Dhikr Assembly</em><em>‎</em> in Palu City. The type of &nbsp;&nbsp;this research is field research which is qualitative in nature with a phenomenological approach. The primary data in this study were obtained from information from the leadership, officers, and members of the Hasan Ma'shum Dhikr Council. Meanwhile, secondary data was obtained from documents directly related to the research theme sourced from journals, books, and types of documents sourced from the internet. The data analysis used is qualitative data analysis with an interactive model. The results showed that the process of fostering spiritual education at the Hasan Ma'shum <em>Dhikr Assembly</em><em>‎</em> in Palu city consisted of three stages, namely the planning stage which contains socialization planning, preparation of joining, dhikr method, and evaluation. The implementation stage which contains the implementation of the planning stage of socialization, acceptance, dhikr method, and evaluation. The evaluation stage which contains written test, oral test, and non-test. The results of fostering spiritual education at the Hasan Ma'shum <em>Dhikr Assembly</em><em>‎</em> in Palu City have been proven to gradually be able to foster their congregations. The success of fostering spiritual education at the Assembly of Dhikr Hasan Ma'shum Palu City consists of a relationship with Allah swt (<em>Hablum minallah</em>) which includes a higher awareness of leaving immoral acts, getting closer to Allah swt, and a feeling of calm and peace in the heart. Meanwhile, human relationships form noble morals and become <em>Uswatun Hasanah</em>.</p> Nursyam Ulfiani Rahman Syamsul Bahri A Galigo Andi Anirah Sitti Nadirah Samintang Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 170 185 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10303 SWOT Analysis of Islamic Education Development Strategy for Muallaf Center Indonesia Cares North Sumatera Region https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/tadris/article/view/10380 <p>Muallaf is a person who converts to Islam from another religion. Muallaf needs good Islamic education guidance to be able to understand and practice the teachings of Islam correctly. Muallaf Centre Indonesia Peduli (MCIP) is an organization that works in the field of muallaf guidance, especially in North Sumatra. This article aims to analyze the strategy of Islamic education guidance carried out by MCIP Regional North Sumatra by using the SWOT analysis method (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats). This article uses a qualitative approach and collects data through observation, interviews, and documentation. The results show that MCIP Regional North Sumatra has several strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in its guidance strategy. The strengths include having a clear vision and mission, a structured curriculum and learning module, adequate facilities and infrastructure, competent and experienced teachers, cooperation with related parties, and support from the Muslim community. The weaknesses include the lack of professional human resources, the lack of budget and operational funds, the lack of monitoring and evaluation of the process and results of guidance. The opportunities include the increasing number of muallaf in North Sumatra, the increasing awareness of the community about the importance of muallaf guidance, the increasing role of social media in disseminating information about MCIP, and the increasing potential of donors and sponsors to support MCIP programs. The threats are the differences in views and understanding of Islam among muallaf, pressure and discrimination from family or environment of origin of muallaf, competition with other muallaf guidance institutions, and negative issues related to Islam.</p> Arie Bastian Hadinata Asmuliadi Lubis Tika Dewi Copyright (c) 2023 TADRIS: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2023-12-30 2023-12-30 18 2 186 197 10.19105/tjpi.v18i2.10380