STRATEGIES TO INCREASE STUDENT INTEREST IN STUDYING ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PERIOD
Keywords:strategy, interests, learning, Islamic religious education, Covid-19
This study aims to determine the strategies used by Islamic Religious Education teachers in increasing the interest of students in SMA Negeri 1 Sungai Aur during the covid 19 pandemic, and the factors that affect student learning interests, and how the strategies used by Islamic religious teachers (PAI) at SMA Negeri 1 Sungai Aur. The method that the researcher uses is the descriptive qualitative research method. While the data sources of this study were taken from Islamic Religious Education teachers, school principals, and students who were determined by the researchers. The results of the study showed that teachers carried out various strategies in increasing interest in learning Islamic Religious Education for students of SMA Negeri 1 Sungai Aur during the covid 19 pandemic, namely using the WhatsApp application both in online assignments and in collecting assignments. In addition, the teacher gives praise, prizes for students who are fast and precise in spelling out the tasks given. Then provide punishment for students who do not collect assignments by memorizing short letters. The factors that influence the interest in learning Islamic Religious Education students of SMA Negeri 1 Sungai Aur during the Covid-19 pandemic are internal and external.
Akmal, R., Ritonga, M. (2020): Learning of Islamic Religious Education in Covid-19 Period: Analysis of Problems and Solutions for Parents. – Jurnal Tarbawi 5(2): 177-188.
Alfarimba, R., Ardianti, S.D., Khamdun, K. (2021): The Impact of Online Learning on the Learning Motivation of Primary School Students. – Progres Pendidikan 2(2): 94-99.
Apriandi, B. (2021): The Influence of Teacher Awareness and Achievement of Learning Islamic Religious Education on the Morality of Learners. – Ruhama : Islamic Education Journal 4(1): 1-16.
Baafi, R.K.A. (2020): School Physical Environment and Student Academic Performance. – Advances in Physical Education 10(02): 121-137.
Blair, R. (2008): Democracy, art and education. – The Educational Forum 16(4): 431-435.
Che Ahmad, C.N., Amirul, N.J. (2017): The effect of the physical learning environment on students’ health, enjoyment and learning. – Jurnal Pendidikan Sains Dan Matematik Malaysia 7(1): 47-55.
Ching, G.S. (2012): Looking into the issues of rewards and punishment in students. – International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology 1(2): 29-38.
Engzell, P., Frey, A., Verhagen, M.D. (2021): Learning loss due to school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. – Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 118(17): 1-7.
Gustiani, S. (2020): Students’ Motivation in Online Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic Era: A Case Study. – Holistics Journal 12(2): 23-40.
Hegbusi, M.L. (2013): An Analysis of the Role of Rewards and Punishment in Motivating School Learning. – Computing, Information Systems & Development Informatics 4(1): 35-38.
Huwaida, S.M. (2013): Tujuan Pendidikan Nasional dan Konsep Operasionalisasi Nilai-Nilai Agama. – Teratai Publisher 40p.
Kasmaienezhadfard, S., Talebloo, B., Roustae, R., Pourrajab, M. (2015): Students’ Learning Through Teaching Creativity: Teachers’ Perception. – Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology 4(1): 1-13.
Li, Y., Zhang, X., Dai, D.Y., Hu, W. (2021): Curriculum Innovation in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Thinking-Based Instruction Theory and Its Application. – Frontiers in Psychology 12: 1-18.
Mursal, M., Ritonga, M., Sartika, F., Lahmi, A., Nurdianto, T., Alam, L. (2021): The contribution of Amil Zakat, Infaq and Shadaqah Muhammadiyah (LAZISMU) institutions in handling the impact of Covid-19. – Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment 7p.
Pokhrel, S., Chhetri, R. (2021): A Literature Review on Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Teaching and Learning. – Higher Education for the Future 8(1): 133-141.
Raudlotul, F.Y., Mohd, S.J. (2013): Islamic Education: The Philosophy, Aim, and Main Features. – International Journal of Education and Research 1(10): 1-18.
Ritonga, M., Nazir, A., Wahyuni, S. (2016): Pembelajaran Bahasa Arab Berbasis Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi. – Arabiyat: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa Arab dan Kebahasaaraban 3(1): 1-12.
Sartika, F., Ritonga, M., Lahmi, A., Rasyid, A., Febriani, S.R. (2021): Online Learning in the Low Internet Area, Planning, Strategies and Problems Faced by Students During the Covid-19 Period. – In Artificial Intelligence for COVID-19, Springer, Cham 8p.
Sholikhati, N.I., Prayogo, M.M., Santoso, J. (2021): The Effect of Distance Learning on Learning Outcomes of Children with Special Needs in Inclusive Schools in the New Normal. – IJDS: Indonesian Journal of Disability Studies 8(1): 145-154.
Sidin, S.A. (2021): The Application of Reward and Punishment in Teaching Adolescents. – Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Language and Arts (ICLA 2020), 539(Icla 2020) 5p.
Supriadi, U., Romli, U., Islamy, M.R.F., Parhan, M., Budiyanti, N. (2021): The Role of Islamic Education Teachers in Preventing Radicalism at Madrasa Aliyah. – Nazhruna: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam 4(1): 74-90.
Sutarto, S., Sari, D.P., Fathurrochman, I. (2020): Teacher strategies in online learning to increase students’ interest in learning during COVID-19 pandemic. – Jurnal Konseling dan Pendidikan 8(3): 129-137.
Tosi, H.L., Locke, E.A., Latham, G.P. (1991): A Theory of Goal Setting and Task Performance. – The Academy of Management Review 16(2): 480-483.
Trisakti School of Management (TSM)(2019): Pedoman Akademik & Kemahasiswaan Tahun Akademik 2019/2020. – TSM 232p.
Wael, A., Asnur, M.N.A., Ibrahim, I. (2018): Exploring Students Learning Strategies in Speaking Performance. – International Journal of Language Education 2(2): 65-71.
Wahyuni, S., Bhattacharya, S. (2021): Strategy of Islamic Religious Education Teachers in Increasing Student Learning Motivation. – Tafkir: Interdisciplinary Journal of Islamic Education 2(2): 229-249.
Zalat, M.M., Hamed, M.S., Bolbol, S.A. (2021): The experiences , challenges , and acceptance of e-learning as a tool for teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic among university medical staff. – PLoS ONE 16(3): 1-12.