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Its scope about, 1) mental, character and moral education. 2) management of pesantren education. 3) approaches, strategies, methods and education technology in pesantren. 4) design and development of curriculum in pesantren. 5) foreign language learning (Arabic &amp; English) at pesantren.</p><p><strong>At-Ta'dib </strong>published by Faculty of Tarbiyah, <strong><a title="Unida Gontor" href="" target="_blank">University of Darussalam Gontor</a></strong>, Indonesia. It is semiannual journal published in June and December for the developing the scientific ethos. We accept submission from all over the world. Our Editorial Team and Reviewers members are active international researchers in islamic education and pesantren education fields who ensure efficient, fair, and constructive peer-review process. All accepted articles will be published without payment of an article-processing charge, and will be freely available to all readers with worldwide visibility and coverage. The submitted manuscript would be check for plagiarism using by turnitin <span id="result_box" class="short_text" lang="en">with maximum tolerance 25 percent</span>.</p><p><a title="plagiarism cheker" href="" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Turnitin1.jpg" alt="" /><br /></a></p><p>At-Ta'dib: Journal of Pesantren Education is accredited by Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology, Republic of Indonesia Number 225/E/KPT/2022 <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>(Grade 2)</strong></a> on June 2022 (Valid until 2026).</p><p><strong>At-Ta'dib</strong> has been indexed/registered in <a href="/index.php/tadib/manager/setup/At-ta'dib%20vol%2015%20no%201%20juni%202020" target="_blank">DOAJ</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">EBSCO,</a> <a href=";from_ui=yes" target="_blank">Crossref,</a> <a href="" target="_blank">SINTA</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">Scilit</a>, <a href=";l=en&amp;oaboost=1&amp;ling=1&amp;newsearch=1&amp;refid=dcadven&amp;name=" target="_blank">BASE</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">WarldCat</a>,<a href="" target="_blank"> Indonesia One Search</a>, IPI, <a href="" target="_blank">Moraref</a>, ROAD, SHERPA/RoMEO, <a href=";hl=en" target="_blank">Google Scholar</a>. <a href=";search_mode=content&amp;search_text=At-Ta%27dib&amp;search_type=kws&amp;search_field=full_search" target="_blank">Dimensions</a>, <a href="" target="_blank">Garuda</a> and <a href="/index.php/tadib/pages/view/01" target="_blank">many others (click here)</a></p><p><a href="" target="_self"> <img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_DOAJ5.png" alt="" /></a><a href="" target="_self"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/EBSCO_(1).png" alt="" /></a><a href=";from_ui=yes" target="_self"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Crossref.png" alt="" /></a><a href="" target="_self"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/attadib_sinta4.png" alt="" /></a><a href="" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_Scilit5.png" alt="" /></a><a href=";l=en&amp;oaboost=1&amp;ling=1&amp;newsearch=1&amp;refid=dcadven&amp;name=" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_BASE6.png" alt="" /><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_world_cat4.png" alt="" /></a><a href="" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_One_sarch4.png" alt="" /><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_IPI5.png" alt="" /><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_Moraref8.png" alt="" /><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Road_Attadib2.jpg" alt="" /><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Romeo3.png" alt="" /></a><a href=";hl=en" target="_self"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Attadib_Google_Scholar6.png" alt="" /></a><a href=";search_mode=content&amp;search_text=At-Ta%27dib&amp;search_type=kws&amp;search_field=full_search" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Desain_tanpa_judul_(16).png" alt="" /></a><a href="" target="_blank"><img src="/public/site/images/saiful/Desain_tanpa_judul_(18).png" alt="" /></a></p><p> </p> Fakultas Tarbiyah, Universitas Darussalam Gontor en-US At-Ta'dib 0216-9142 <h4>1. 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PROPOSED POLICY FOR JOURNALS THAT OFFER DELAYED OPEN ACCESS</h4> <p><br />Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:</p> <ol type="a"> <li>Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication, with the work [SPECIFY PERIOD OF TIME] after publication simultaneously licensed under a <a href="">Creative Commons Attribution License</a> that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal</li> <li>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>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 <a href="" target="_new">The Effect of Open Access</a>).</li> </ol> The Concept Of Education Management In The Post-Conflict Regions Of West Kalimantan: A Study Of Ibn Khaldun’s Thought <p>This article discusses the management of education in schools in the thought of Ibn Khaldun. The approach used in this study is qualitative, and the type of research is literature research. This research combines data collection techniques with document studies so that data in the form of journals and books related to Ibn Khaldun are used as primary sources in this study and refer to the work of Ibn Khaldun. The data used relates to Ibn Khaldun’s thoughts on Islamic education management. This research shows that, at least in the implementation of education management in schools, four aspects are mutually integrated: educators, students, learning materials, and learning methods. Ibn Khaldun’s perspective on educational management can be applied to educational institutions such as the Madrasah in West Kalimantan. Moreover, educational practices in West Kalimantan are still unable to overcome problems, especially in building an atmosphere of peace between students, both ethnic and religious. Educators in Madrasah, especially in West Kalimantan, can integrate learning materials with tolerance and student backgrounds without raising ethnic or religious stereotypes. The learning method can be done by understanding the material and mapping the material that can be related to building peace in West Kalimantan.</p> Sahri Sahri Copyright (c) 2023 Sahri Sahri 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 1 26 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.11179 Deviations from the Teachings of Ma’had Al-Zaytun: A Review on MUI (Indonesian Ulema Council) Recommendations Toward Aswaja Ideology <p>In 2002, a research team from the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) conducted research related to Ma’had Al-Zaytun. Deviation from the Teachings of <em>Ma’had Al-Zaytun</em> may occur in certain instances as the institution takes into consideration recommendations from the MUI (Indonesian Ulema Council). These recommendations serve as guidance for aligning their teachings with the religious principles and values upheld by the wider Muslim community in Indonesia. The research aims to determine some information regarding Ma'had Az-Zaitun cases, including Ma'had Az-Zaitun's religious activities and deviant religious teaching based on MUI. This study employs a qualitative case study methodology approach. The data was taken from news articles, journal articles, books, YouTube interviews, papers and other sources. Research shows that Panji Gumilang, as the leader of Ma'had Az-Zaitun and a teacher, engages in deviant religious teachings and practices that are against Aswaja’s doctrine. The derivations are Allowing adultery in certain conditions, allowing women in the front row in shalat, allowing women as khatib, and allowing women and non-Muslims in the same prayer row, following the madhab of Bung Karno, singing <em>'havenu shalom aleichem'</em> which is thick with Judaism, Al-Qur’an based on what Muhammad prophet words, and interpreting the Al-Quran haphazardly which does not comply with the methodology of scientific interpretation of verses, both in terms of the evidence used or the madlul or meaning.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> Yundri Akhyar Wirda Ningsih Copyright (c) 2023 Yundri Akhyar, Wirda Ningsih 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 27 48 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10443 The Influence Of High Order Thinking Skill (Hots) Based Questions On Arabic Language Learning Outcomes Of Madrasah Tsanawiyah Student <p>The low Arabic language skills of students at MTs Al-Khairiyah Kelapian Banten are partly influenced by the use of questions that tend to measure Low Order Thinking Skills (LOTS). This research aims to determine the effect of using questions based on High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) on the Arabic language learning outcomes of class VIII students at MTs Al-Khairiyah Kelapian Banten for the 2022 – 2023 academic year. This research uses a quantitative experimental method with a True Experimental Design research design with a Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design approach. The research sample consisted of 30 students who were divided into two classes, namely the experimental class and the control class. Research data was taken using tests. Data analysis uses the difference test. The results of the research show that there is an influence of HOTS-based questions on students' Arabic learning outcomes.</p> Ihwan Mahmudi Neni Naqiyah Alif Cahya Setiyadi Copyright (c) 2023 Ihwan Mahmudi, Neni Naqiyah, Alif Cahya Setiyadi 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 49 70 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10547 The Concept of Modern-Contextual Islamic Education According to Haji Rasul <p>Talking about modern Islamic education, especially in Indonesia, it should not pass the chapter on Haji Rasul and the educational institutions he founded. Because during the confinement of conventional education patterns in pre and early independence, he with his Sumatra Thawalib became a pioneer who brought fresh air and became a milestone in the birth of modern education in the subsequent journey of Islamic education. Sumatra Thawalib, which was originally a traditional educational institution that applied conventional education patterns and curriculum, was able to be transformed by Haji Rasul into a modern educational institution that was professionally managed by a school committee, no longer owned by individuals. The learning pattern that was originally in the form of halaqah as is generally found in traditional educational institutions, was overhauled by applying a learning pattern that uses a class system for leveling and differentiating learning materials. This paper seeks to explore the ideas of Haji Rasul's Islamic education that led to the establishment of Sumatra Thawalib in Minangkabau. What was the background and influenced the concept of his educational thought, as well as how the pattern of learning and school organization applied in Sumatera Thawalib, became the central point of discussion of this paper.</p> Yuli habibatul imamah Copyright (c) 2023 Yuli habibatul imamah 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 71 92 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10799 Innovative Paths to Character: Online Learning's Role in Instilling Independence and Responsibility in Islamic Education <p>Every youth in the digital world must exhibit the attributes of independence and responsibility. Equipped with the qualities of autonomy and accountability, youngsters residing in the digital age will possess the ability to endure. The objective of this study is to ascertain the impact of online learning on the assimilation of the qualities of self-reliance and accountability among high school (SMA) students. This study employed a quantitative methodology utilizing random sampling procedures. A total of 179 students were included in the sample. The data were gathered through the use of a questionnaire and examined using a basic linear regression analysis. The findings indicate a substantial impact of 47.9% of online learning on the acquisition of independence and 31% on the development of responsibility. The qualities of autonomy and accountability can be absorbed through the process of habituation and the influence of exemplary educators, both within and outside the confines of the classroom. The study's findings emphasize the necessity of a comprehensive approach to education in the digital age, recognizing the substantial influence of online learning on the development of students' personality. By considering these consequences, it is possible to develop purposeful and efficient character education approaches in the changing realm of digital education.</p> Sadam Fajar Shodiq Copyright (c) 2023 Sadam Fajar Shodiq 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 93 112 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.9794 Implementation of Experiential Learning Methods to Improve the Academic Performance of Islamic Boarding School Students <p>The experiential learning method is a model of teaching and learning process that can make students build their knowledge and skills with experiences gained directly. The experiential learning method can provide opportunities for students to decide on experiences that can be one of the focuses in developing skills and also improving the talents they have. This study aims to find out about experiential learning methods carried out in social life to improve the academics of female students at the Islamic Boarding School. The research method used is the descriptive analysis method by approaching the qualitative side. The research subjects in this research process are students at the Islamic Boarding School. Data were collected by conducting participant observation of the learning method in the classroom and also the activities of students around the boarding school. Interviews, questionnaires, and documentation were also conducted as a way to support the data needed in the research process. The results of this study present that the experiential learning method in the social and academic life of students in Islamic Boarding Schools related to the learning process and student activities is carried out quite well with various kinds of efforts made by the Islamic Boarding Schools. However, there are still some activities that require attention and attention.</p> Djone Georges Nicolas Timothy Amien Rk. Soneta Sang Surya Siahaan Iwan Ramadhan Lilik Huriyah Copyright (c) 2023 Djone Georges Nicolas, Timothy Amien Rk. , Timothy Amien Rk. , Soneta Sang Surya Siahaan, Iwan Ramadhan, Lilik Huriyah 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 113 136 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.11162 Online Learning Innovation and Student Character Shift at UNZAH and UNUJA Probolinggo <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>The shift in the learning system from face-to-face to online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic greatly impacted the shift in student character. Therefore, online learning innovations that are implemented must still lead to building character that is in line with educational goals. This study aims to explain the shifting in student character and online learning innovations during the Covid-19 pandemic at Zainul Hasan Genggong Islamic University (UNZAH) and Nurul Jadid University (UNUJA). This descriptive qualitative research uses observation, interviews, and documentation in data collection. The data were analyzed phenomenologically in descriptive narratives. The results are, First, there are various innovations at UNZAH in implementing online learning comprising policy, planning, implementation, and learning evaluation. This has resulted in shifts in the character of UNZAH students. However, the shift in student character leads to the building of the character of Pesantren Zainul Hasan Genggong, known as the term SANTRI and the 9 basic values of the santri. The shift in the character of UNZAH students are courtesy, honesty, trustworthiness, discipline, responsibility, love of knowledge and worship, and honor for teachers and parents. Second, innovation in implementing online learning at UNUJA starts with policies for implementing online learning and hybrid learning, planning, implementation, and evaluation. This has resulted in shifts in the character of UNUJA students. However, the shift in character leads to the trilogy character building and Panca Kesadaran of Pesantren Nurul Jadid. the shift in the character of UNUJA students are decent morals, inspirational-participative, disciplined, independence, and simplicity.</p> </div> </div> </div> Mamluatun Ni’mah Edi Kurniawan Farid Mohamad Ahyar Ma’arif Muwahidah Nur Hasanah Faisal Mahmoud Adam Ibrahim Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 137 164 Concept and Practice of Tarbiyatun Nafs in Formal and Informal Educational Institutions <p>This research aims to understand how soul education <em>(tarbiyatun nafs)</em> is implemented at the State Islamic University of North Sumatra and the Jabal Hindi <em>Thariqah</em> in shaping students and pupils with noble character, intelligence, caring, and well-mannered. By combining knowledge and virtuous conduct, intelligence is the main objective of this research in the two locations. The methodology used is qualitative field research, employing descriptive analysis with the results based on descriptive phenomena and participatory observation. The research was conducted at the State Islamic University of North Sumatra and the Naqshbandiyah Jabal Hindi <em>Thariqah</em> to examine the concepts of soul education held by both institutions and to compare these concepts as a means towards achieving true soul education in the field of Education, ultimately contributing to the development of a morally upright society. The findings reveal that the State Islamic University of North Sumatra has developed an educational concept that integrates moral excellence into every aspect of campus life, with the entire campus community directed towards goodness, serving as role models and fostering ideal imagination. It acts as a stimulus and catalyst for the students' personalities through spiritual and physical guidance. The Naqshbandiyah Jabal Hindi <em>Thariqah</em> places the soul as a faith that can be attained through contemplation, reflection, and remembrance, leading to the purification of the heart and soul (<em>tazkiyatul qalb</em> and <em>nafs</em>) achieved through spiritual practices to attain the pleasure of Allah. It stems from the servant's love towards Allah SWT and strengthens the physical body to achieve success (economically) to establish prosperity and noble civilization. The results of this research can be compiled into a textbook and contribute to society, especially for students and pupils.</p> Safria Andy Uqbatul Khoir Rambe Copyright (c) 2023 Safria Andy, Uqbatul Khoir Rambe 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 231 255 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10098 The Concept of Character Education in Children from the Perspective of Ismail Raji Al Faruqi <p>Tawhid is a very important factor in Islam. The thoughts of Ismail Raji Al-Faruqi regarding the principles of the family and also the character of children must of course get a very big influence from Tawhid. Because tawhid is the basic foundation of Islam that must be strong. Tawhid is the core of Islamic teachings that must be the principle and foundation of life. Tawhid, which acts as a principle, has an essence that can underlie every activity of these Muslims. Tawhid means belief and also testimony that there is no God other than Allah. And this is what must be instilled in children so that they have true Islamic characteristics and do not have the thought of shirk by worshiping and taking blessings apart from Allah. Tawhid must be translated into the character of children where the family becomes one of the media that helps to translate this. Moral education and also character development in children must be based on tawhid in accordance with Islamic teachings.</p> Edward Gland Tetelepta Murdianto Murdianto Liza Husnita Devin Mahendika Idris Idris Copyright (c) 2023 Edward Gland Tetelepta, Murdianto, Liza Husnita, Devin Mahendika, Idris Idris , Idris Idris 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 165 188 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10575 An Analysis of Early Childhood Mental And Character Education in Rural Areas in Indonesia <p>This study was based on the imbalance between early childhood education (ECE) in most areas in the West Part of Indonesia and the East Part of Indonesia. ECE in most places in the East Part of Indonesia shows low quality of ECE compared to the West Part of Indonesia. We aim to investigate the condition of rural and underdeveloped areas with the lowest GDP in two regions in the East part of Indonesia, Sula and Taliabu in North Moluccas Province. Secondary Data Analysis (SDA) draws from several government reports and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) on Early Childhood Education in Sula and Taliabu, which include the data on Teacher’s Academic qualifications, School Facilitation, and teacher-student ratio. We compared this data with published government regulations and recent studies regarding the Teachers' Academic Qualification, School Facilitation, and teacher-student ratio standard with the field data in Sula and Taliabu Islands. Findings and recommendations are presented. Results show that most teachers in Sula and Taliabu in North Moluccas Province are High School Graduates. Most schools only have one classroom, no library, a high teacher-student ratio, and poor internet access. These conditions are not only far from the standard of quality of ECE in Indonesia set by government rules and regulations but also not conducive to teaching and learning activities.</p> Nazlatan Ukhra Kasuba Lydia Freyani Hawadi Copyright (c) 2023 Nazlatan Ukhra Kasuba, Lydia Freyani Hawadi 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 189 208 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10051 Leadership Model of Pesantren The Counteract of Religious Blasphemy Movement In Indonesia <p>Islamic student boarding school<em> (</em><em>pesantren</em><em>)</em> an institution that operates in the fields of religion, education, and society, has recently received a sharp focus on issues of religious radicalism and terrorism. <em>P</em><em>esantren</em> has long been an institution that has an important contribution to participate in the intellectual life of the Indonesian nation. This study aims to analyze the leadership model in student boarding schools that can counteract the growth and development of religious radicalism movements in Indonesia. This research was phenomenological qualitative research that took place in three student boarding schools in Java, Indonesia. The three student boarding schools were the Al-Hikam Student Islamic Boarding School in Malang City, the Al-Jihad Student Islamic Boarding School in Surabaya, and the Budi Mulia Student Islamic Boarding School in Sleman Yogyakarta. Sources of data used included boarding school administrators, students, and alumni, as well as documents and archives. Data were collected through in-depth interviews, observations, document searches, and Focus Group Discussions (FGD). Data analysis was carried out phenomenologically with a systematic procedure. The research findings show that the leadership models in the three student boarding schools generally have similarities even though each <em>pesantren</em> has its characteristics. The leadership model in the three student Islamic boarding schools includes democratic leadership, which is managed in a systematic, open, collegial, and decentralized manner with many individuals who do not fully rely on charisma and are not completely paternalistic. This democratic leadership model has proven to be effective in countering religious radicalism movements in student boarding schools in particular and in society in general.</p> Akhmad Qomaru Zaman Dwi Retnani Srinarwati Suhari Suhari Copyright (c) 2023 Akhmad Qomaru Zaman, Dwi Retnani Srinarwati, Suhari 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 18 2 209 230 10.21111/attadib.v18i2.10571