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Desfa Yusmaliana

Bio: Desfa Yusmaliana is an academic researcher from Universitas Ahmad Dahlan. The author has contributed to research in topics: Islam & Psychology. The author has an hindex of 3, co-authored 5 publications receiving 25 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the Dick and Carey model has been used to adapt the concept of Vygotsky's learning tools into a new model of Creative Imagination based on Neuroscience (CIBN).
Abstract: Optimizing the potential of the brain in learning so far has not touched the intuitive brain dimensions that regulate the way of thinking as creative imagination In the Islamic education context, creative imagination is precisely being mistaken as a delusion that destroys the potential of the rational brain This research aims to develop creative imagination based on neuroscience in the Islamic learning course in elementary schools This research has used Dick and Carey model Product design was developed by adapting the concept of Vygotsky's learning tools into a new model of Creative Imagination based on Neuroscience (CIBN) Design analysis of the development models was carried out in two phases, namely requirement analysis and feasibility analysis The needs analysis was done by adjusting the use of cognitive tools and presenting to the teacher, while the feasibility analysis was done through the validation of material and media experts Specifically, the validation data were analyzed descriptively qualitatively with a mean value of "Very Good"and media experts obtained a mean value of "Good" In conclusion, the learning module with the CIBN model is feasible according to the material experts and media experts to be continued in the next stage and serves as a source of input for planning and implementing further learning programs This research also has implications as a new offer that can contribute to learning in a new normal era due to the Covid-19 pandemic © 2020 by authors

12 citations

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30 Dec 2019
TL;DR: In this article, the authors found a conceptual model of the integration of anti-corruption education in neuroscience-based Islamic religious learning to develop character constitutional piety. But they did not consider the role of neuroscience in the development of constitutional piety in Islam.
Abstract: . The new phenomenon of corruption cases that ensnared Islamic religious leaders in Indonesia indicates that so far Islamic education in Indonesia has not taught anti-corruption. As a result, religious leaders only have ritual and social piety, but do not yet have constitutional piety. From a neuroscience perspective, Corruptor's brain is basically normal but not healthy. The purpose of this study is to find a conceptual model of the integration of anti-corruption education in neuroscience-based Islamic religious learning to develop character constitutional piety. The research approach used is qualitative method in the form of Creswell model library research. Data sources are obtained from literature in the field of Islamic education, anti-corruption, and neurosciences. The Sugiyono model was performed to collect the data, namely by searching related literature, both manually and digitally. The data were then analyzed using Moleong’s content analysis. The results showed that the character of constitutional piety could be developed in students through anti-corruption education integrated with neuroscience-based Islamic religious learning. Seven forms of corruption (detrimental to the state, bribery, embezzlement, extortion, cheating, conflict of interest and gratification) are examined in perspective of jinayah jurisprudence and or anti-corruption jurisprudence (al- ghul, riswah, khiyanat, ghasbah) then formally configured. The anticorruption education model in Islamic religious learning based on neuroscience has the potential to develop the character of ritual, social and constitutional piety integrally. Keywords. Islamic Education; Anti-corruption; Neuroscience; Ritual Piety; Social and Constitutional.

11 citations

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14 Apr 2019
TL;DR: In this article, a literature review with a qualitative descriptive approach was conducted to reconstruct the curriculum of Islamic education in facing the disruption era, which revealed that the curriculum is too crowded with rigid learning administration activities, not inspiration and enlightenment that can build awareness, especially character.
Abstract: This study aims to reconstruct the curriculum of Islamic education in facing the disruption era. So far, the Islamic education curriculum has not been prepared to face the disruption era which is full of changes. The formal Islamic education curriculum is too crowded with rigid learning administration activities, not inspiration and enlightenment that can build awareness, especially character. This research is a literature review with a qualitative descriptive approach. The results showed that the reconstruction of the Islamic education curriculum in the disruption era is an Islamic education curriculum that developed the character of the millennial generation with digital technology-based learning tools so that learning became more inspiring, enlightening, and building up the Islamic values

9 citations

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15 Dec 2019
TL;DR: In this article, penelitian merupakan penelitician kepustakaan dengan pendekatan kualitatif model Haberman and Miles.
Abstract: Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mengembangkan imajinasi kreatif peserta didik berbasis neurosain dalam proses pembelajaran keagamaan Islam. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kepustakaan dengan pendekatan kualitatif model Haberman dan Miles. Dalam periode keemasan anak, seluruh aspek berkembangan sangat pesat sehingga diperlukan stimulasi yang optimal, salah satunya dengan pengembangan imajinasi kreatif. Selama ini imajinasi kreatif belum banyak dikembangkan bahkan dianggap sebagai ganguan belajar. Tetapi, dalam lintasan sejarah banyak ilmuwan yang di masa anak-anak mengedepankan imajinasi kretifnya. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa imajinasi kreatif bukan ganguan pembelajaran melainkan teknik optimalisasi fungsi otak lebih maksimal. Kegiatan-kegiatan pembelajaran yang menstimulasi imajinasi kreatif anak seperti bermain musik religi, pembacaan kisah-kisah agung, nyanyian-nyanyian spiritual, tarian-tarian estetik, lukisan-lukisan unik, dan lain-lain sangat penting dikembangkan dalam proses pembelajaran keagamaan Islam.

6 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
25 Mar 2021
TL;DR: In this article, the authors analyzed the rational and intuitive brain based on scientific models qualitative way, in the form of literacy research, and showed that the transmutation from rational to the intuitive brain through the point of fatigue to the Higher Order Thinking (C4-C6), SOLO Taxonomy, and Marzano's Taxonomy.
Abstract: The brain is one of the ultimate power and complicated operating systems work as a united and integrated area. Nevertheless, Islamic education study focused solely on logical, rational, and empirical brain processes. Besides, the brain also has the power of intuitive thinking whereas current findings show that intuition in the form of holistic can be superior for some reasons. In fact, people with this capability develop and retain their intuitive brain as important roles in strategic making decisions. Unfortunately, the typical type for both rational and intuitive brain has been separated and splitted personality in Islamic education study. Consequently, a logical person would be highly appreciated than an intuitive person. In this study, the researchers analyzed the rational and intuitive brain based on scientific models qualitative way, in the form of literacy research. The research results showed that the transmutation from rational to the intuitive brain through the point of fatigue to the Higher Order Thinking (C4-C6), SOLO Taxonomy, and Marzano’s Taxonomy.

3 citations


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors analyzed the reasoning of Fikih Kebencanaan and its actualization in Covid-19 mitigation, the medical health movement and the reconstruction of fiqh of worship during an emergency in particular, and how to deal with the disaster theologically in general.
Abstract: Fikih Kebencanaan (Coping with Disaster) is a product of Muhammadiyah's ijtihad to respond to contemporary problems, especially geological and non-geological disasters, which later become the normative foundation for the mitigation of health disasters such as the Covid-19 pandemic. The paradigm of the present research is a transdisciplinary qualitative type with a phenomenological approach. The research analyzed the reasoning of Fikih Kebencanaan and its actualization in Covid-19 mitigation, the medical health movement and the reconstruction of fiqh of worship during an emergency in particular, and how to deal with the disaster theologically in general. The results showed that the reasoning of Fikih Kebencanaan was expanded in terms of medical, theological, and educational movements. Medical movement is a health movement in the form of providing 74 Covid-19 Standby Hospitals capable of accommodating 3917 patients or 36.15% of the total number of cases in Indonesia, followed by the distribution of masks, gloves, and foods to 401,209 Covid-19 affected victims. The theological movement was in the form of religious provision in which Muhammadiyah attempted to reconstruct classical Islamic jurisprudence of the rule of worship to adapt to an emergency. In contrast, the Indonesian Council of Ulema (MUI) applied zoning. The educative movement was a preventive effort to counter narration stemming from micro-celebrity Da'i (Islamic preacher) & Influencers (religious preachers) tried to circumvent religious provisions with their viral statements on social media. This effort was realized by developing neuroscience Islamic education with learning media in visualization that combined modern comics and contemporary cartoons with cinematic narratives. The neuroscience Islamic education movement tried not to use the dogmatic-monolithic approach as in classical education.

58 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors investigated the academic reform agenda in State Islamic University Sunan Kalijaga Indonesia and found that academic reform has had a significant and massive impact on the sustainability of other Islamic universities in Indonesia.

16 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the Dick and Carey model has been used to adapt the concept of Vygotsky's learning tools into a new model of Creative Imagination based on Neuroscience (CIBN).
Abstract: Optimizing the potential of the brain in learning so far has not touched the intuitive brain dimensions that regulate the way of thinking as creative imagination In the Islamic education context, creative imagination is precisely being mistaken as a delusion that destroys the potential of the rational brain This research aims to develop creative imagination based on neuroscience in the Islamic learning course in elementary schools This research has used Dick and Carey model Product design was developed by adapting the concept of Vygotsky's learning tools into a new model of Creative Imagination based on Neuroscience (CIBN) Design analysis of the development models was carried out in two phases, namely requirement analysis and feasibility analysis The needs analysis was done by adjusting the use of cognitive tools and presenting to the teacher, while the feasibility analysis was done through the validation of material and media experts Specifically, the validation data were analyzed descriptively qualitatively with a mean value of "Very Good"and media experts obtained a mean value of "Good" In conclusion, the learning module with the CIBN model is feasible according to the material experts and media experts to be continued in the next stage and serves as a source of input for planning and implementing further learning programs This research also has implications as a new offer that can contribute to learning in a new normal era due to the Covid-19 pandemic © 2020 by authors

12 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, curriculum analysis, curriculum matrix design, and curriculum matrix experimentation were conducted to develop the curriculum of the Higher Education Curriculum, specifically Islamic religion, referring to the Indonesian National Qualification Framework (KKNI).
Abstract: The research aims to develop the curriculum of the Higher Education Curriculum, specifically Islamic religion, referring to the Indonesian National Qualification Framework (KKNI). The problem raised in this research is the redesign of the curriculum in Indonesia, especially the formation of new courses such as the neuroscience of Islamic education and anti-corruption education, which have not considered the breadth of study material and calculation semester credit units that are not accountable. This research was conducted in three stages: curriculum analysis, curriculum matrix design, and curriculum matrix experimentation. The research subjects involved 133 lecturers in the Higher Education Institutions of Religion, both Islamic, Catholic, and Hindu in Indonesia. The findings indicate that the developed matrix design can be used as an integrative tool for forming subjects and calculating semester credit unit weights in a mathematical and accountable manner, and accommodating the development of Islamic education, particularly neuroscience and anti-corruption education. This matrix can complement Kim's research on syllabus ontology identification and lesson study innovation developed by E. Purwaningsih and D. Nurhadi.

11 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the problems of education in terms of the budget, accreditation, and teachers as well as the challenges of developing them, and solutions to the problems in education in Indonesia are described.
Abstract: This research aims to describe the problems of education in terms of the budget, accreditation, and teachers as well as the challenges of developing them, and solutions to the problems of education in Indonesia. This research is a literature review. Data collected through the Central Statistics Agency and Education data from the Indonesian Ministry of Education. The data is then explained and analyzed critically to provide conclusions in the context of designing and solving education problems in Indonesia to welcome the golden era. Education should soon adapt to era development if it is not willing to be left. A country’s responsibilities in overseeing the education to achieve a golden education era are required. The planning, process and results of education will reflect the quality of the nation. The results showed that the problem of absorption of school budgets, equitable distribution of school accreditations, and teacher problems were important things that needed to be resolved immediately. This study provides a contribution to the new strategic plan on how to achieve the golden era of education, there not much research focuses discuss the budget, accreditation, vocational education, and character education as the basis for the determination of educational policy. The conclusion is the government should focus more on equity of Education budget absorption, enhancement of teachers from the aspect of skill and well-being, to make vocational education as an arrow civilization, and making character education as a human resource control to keep moral and intellectual integrity.

10 citations