Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar Proceedings, The 1st International Conference on Science and Islamic Studies (ICOSIS-2023)

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Learning process evaluation in the formal diniyah education program (PDF) in South Sulawesi Islamic boarding schools
Kasmah Kasmah, Wahyuddin Naro, Amrah Kasim, Muzakkir Muzakkir

Last modified: 2023-10-02


Evaluation of the learning process in the Formal Diniyah Education (PDF) program in boarding schools in South Sulawesi is part of an effort to review the quality of learning from a relatively new government program through the Ministry of Religion. The mission is not only to produce experts in printing the 'yellow book' and religious experts (muttafaqun fiddin), but also to cultivate scholars with well-rounded life skills in conditions that are still very limited. Will this aspiration become a reality? This evaluation research, utilizing the gap model with a mixed quantitative and qualitative approach, was conducted in four PDF-organizing Islamic boarding schools in South Sulawesi. The data and information for this research were gathered through interviews and observations of PDF leaders, teachers, and students, employing the IASP SMA/MA BAN-SM instrument to assess the learning process. The research results regarding the learning process of the PDF program in boarding schools in South Sulawesi are generally positive. However, it was found that the learning methods employed by educators are somewhat limited and not sufficiently diverse, which can make learning less engaging. The most commonly used method is the traditional classroom approach, primarily because it is considered most suitable for book-based materials. Nevertheless, there are numerous teaching methods that teachers could maximize, including the use of diverse approaches, which could significantly enhance the enjoyment and effectiveness of the learning process. These methods should be tailored to the specific needs of PDF learning in Islamic boarding schools in South Sulawesi.


Evaluation; learning process of formal diniyah education; Islamic boarding school

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