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May 2020 Volume 83. Number 1. ISSN :2305-4557




Author Hamzah, Mappanganro, Masdar Mas’ud, Andi Bunyamin
Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 001-016 Vol 83. No. 1 -- 2020

The aim the study is analyzing the implementation of curriculum management in Madrasah Tsanawiyah at Jeneponto District. In addition to analyzing the implementation of management of educators and analyzing the implementation of management of educational facilities and infrastructure as well as analyzing the implementation of management of madrasah relations with the community in MTs Jeneponto District.
The research approach is a management approach. The type of research is qualitative research. The role of researcher as the main instrument in this study. Sources of data come from the madrasa head, madrasa deputy head, teachers, students, education staff, and parents of students. Data collection techniques through observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis techniques through deductive analysis, comparative analysis, and data verification. Checking the validity of the findings, namely persistence of observations, triangulation, and checking to prove the truth of the data found.
The results showed that the implementation of curriculum management in MTs at Jeneponto District using the K-13 curriculum. In core activities, the teacher initiates learning effectively and pleasantly and in learning the teacher puts forward personal experiences through observation (listening, seeing, reading, listening), associations, asking questions, concluding, and communicating. In addition, teachers use ICT-based learning media, the teacher applies a variety of learning methods. Furthermore, the management of teaching staff in MTs Jeneponto Disrtrict is done by requiring all teachers to meet the qualifications of educators and teachers have a steady income, both PNS teachers and teacher certification, increasing teacher competency to accelerate the realization of madrasa quality. The implementation of management of educational facilities and infrastructure in MTs Jeneponto District ßis very complete, besides being supported by BOS funds, it also receives USAID assistance. Whereas the implementation of the management of madrasah relations with the community through the HUMAS Madrasah and MTs District Jeneponto madrasa committee.

Keyword Madrasah Based Management- Quality Management in Education




Author Abd.Hakim, Azhar Arsyad, Jeni Kamase, Hasibuddin-
Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 017-039 Vol 83. No. 1 -- 2020

This study discusses the management of Islamic education that cannot be separated from the general management function, namely designing, organizing, commanding, coordinating, and controlling. This research is motivated by the privileges of the Qur'an revealed by Allah SWT as a miracle to the Prophet Muhammad, who carried the stories of previous people. .
This research uses data collection techniques, namely study of documents. In this case an in-depth examination of the text of the story of the Qur'an. Analysis of research data using interactive models is done through data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion.
The results showed the management function in the Al-Qur'an Stories (KKA) is quite complex because in it found 27 actants. Four in the story of Adam, 8 in the story of Joseph, 11 in the story of Moses, and 4 in the story of Solomon. The story line of each act can be traced separately. In addition, the analysis of management aspects contained in the KKA, it appears that (sender) as an initial impetus to form goals (objects) as the first step of the management process begins. Each stage and sequence of management functions is very dependent on the motivation of the initial push (sender). In the Qur'anic Stories, the actuating and delegation activities take the form of explaining commands, providing knowledge and wisdom of miracles and expertise to be more effective in carrying out various activities. Disclosure of educational aspects contained in the story of the Qur'an, in two ways, namely through the process of learning (bil-qalam) and direct giving from God (science laduni). The educational aspects represented are: ethical / moral education, aqeedah, individual behavior and organizational culture, educational values, and philosophical education. All aspects of education are encapsulated, both explicitly and implicitly through the use of words, sentences and paragraphs in the Qur'anic story, both in the form of dialogue, monologue and description which are used as sources of research data.


Management of education-the story of the Qur'an







M Moklesur Rahman, A S M Woobaidullah, Kazi Matin Ahmed, M. Aziz Hasan, M Hossain, Prosun Bhattacharya, Mattias Von Bromssen, Gunnar Jacks

Source International Journal of Social Sciences  pp 040-048 Vol 83. No. 1 -- 2020

Bangladesh consists mainly of the Bengal Delta Plain (BDP) created by the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system. Geogenic arsenic already has limited the usage of groundwater is primarily associated with the Holocene Alluvial aquifers of the BDP (BGS, 2001; Ravenscroft, 2001). Most of the shallow tubewells (depths 15m -50m) installed in Holocene aquifers is found to be highly As contaminated (Ahmed et al., 2004; van Geen et al., 2002, 2005). Matlab at Chandpur district in middle southeastern part of Bangladesh is one of such arsenic hotspots in Bangladesh. Many unprivileged people in Matlab have been suffering from serious arsenicosic disease. To abate this acute problem, an attempt has been taken to assess hydrogeological conditions for providing safe drinking water as a sustainable option. Therefore, all climatological data and geological data for that area were collected and intensively analyzed. The mean annual rainfall of the area is about 2000mm. Geological borelog data reflects that the subsurface geology of the area is divided in six lithologic units viz. Gray Silty Clay superficial unit extended vertically from 5 meter to 15 meter, Gray fine Sand encountered at different depths the predominant unit, Gray hard Clay more sticky and continuous layer having reasonable thickness (18 to 36 meter), Whitish grey medium to coarse Sand more localized and pinched out unit, Bluish grey medium to coarse Sand and Yellowish brown medium to coarse Sand so called oxidized horizon continuous unit with reasonable thickness. These units have broadly categorized into Aquitard-1 very thin and topmost layer, Aquifer-1 varies in thickness from 3m to 61m providing arsenic contaminated water to people, Aquitard-2 variable thickness (3m to 37m) prohibits vertical percolation of contaminated water and Aquifer-2 with reasonable thickness is considered good reservoir of potable water for sustainable groundwater development and arsenic concentration is within the permissible limit. Groundwater monitoring results shows that no long term water level depletion has occurred rather seasonal fluctuations yet and the hydraulic gradient is towards the Meghna River.

Keyword Arsenic, Hydrogeology, Groundwater, Lithology, Aquifer, Aquitard, Matlab