INCREASING METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING CHARACTER ORIENTED AT DAYAH ULUMUDDIN LHOKSEUMAWE

1Al Mawardi, Nurdan, Muhammad Suib, Khairil Fata, Maulidin Iqbal

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Abstract:

The research is aimed to determine the efforts and methodology of teaching character oriented at Dayah Ulumuddin. This study uses a qualitative method with a descriptive and explorative approach that emphasizes the search for views or ideas regarding the strategy of developing teaching character at Dayah Ulumuddin. Because of the large number of populations, a sampling system is applied, namely; thirty teachers, and one hundred students, represented MTSs, MAS, and SMK. Based on the results of the study, it is known that the percentage of using educational approach is 65%. Regarding the use of strategies and character-oriented teaching methods, the average score is 70%. Whereas nine pillar of education character oriented with students attitude are about 75%. Two obstacles faced in improving teaching character oriented at Dayah Ulumuddin are both external and internal factor. The external factor is such as lack of moral support from student guardians, while internal one namely the lack of motivation, or interest and also the lack of innate potential of the students. The dayah leaders have implemented constructive policies to overcome these problems, by activating communication with school committees and students guardians, holding additional lessons in the areas of the Qur'an and al Hadith, carrying out students classifications based on their potential, talents and interests, activating character in teaching-learning process by training dayah teachers, and contracting an agreement between the leadership of the institution and the dayah teachers. Based on the result of study, could be said that the academic staff of Islamic boarding school Ulumuddin apply the teaching character oriented in teaching-learning process.

Keywords:

Improvement, methodology, teaching character oriented, teachers and students.

Paper Details
Month4
Year2020
Volume24
IssueSpecial Issue 2
Pages104-118