Indonesian Journal of Islamic Studies Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo en-US Indonesian Journal of Islamic Studies 2598-8964 An Assessment of Empirical Thinking in Islam <p>This research explores the intersection between empiricism and Islamic epistemology, focusing on the limitations of sensory perception in capturing reality. Although empiricism plays an important role in Islamic thought, its exclusive reliance on sensory experience limits the understanding of phenomena beyond perception. Through a comparative analysis of Islamic philosophical texts and empirical literature, this study reveals the compatibility of empirical inquiry with metaphysical insights in Islam. By advocating a holistic approach to acquiring knowledge, this research contributes to the broader philosophical discourse, emphasizing the synthesis of empirical methods with spiritual insights for a comprehensive understanding of reality.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Empirical limitations: Highlighting the constraints of sensory perception in grasping reality.</li> <li>Compatibility of methodologies: Demonstrating the harmony between empirical inquiry and Islamic metaphysical principles.</li> <li>Synthesis of knowledge: Advocating for a holistic approach that integrates empirical methods and spiritual insights for a comprehensive understanding of reality.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Empiricism, Islamic epistemology, Sensory perception, Metaphysical insights, Holistic approach</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Kumara Adji Kusuma Copyright (c) 2024 Kumara Adji Kusuma 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1729 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1729 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1729 Factors Influencing SIMRS Quality at Al-Islam H.M Mawardi General Hospital <p>This quantitative study investigates the impact of organizational factors on Hospital Management Information Systems (HMIS), employing the PRISM framework. The absence of a search menu linked to the primary key of national identity number in the HMIS was scrutinized for its effects. Results reveal significant influences of organizational factors on technical and behavioral aspects of HMIS. Notably, periodic evaluations by the IT team significantly enhance technological advancements within hospitals, while frequent training sessions for HMIS users markedly improve their comprehension of system functionalities. These findings underscore the pivotal role of organizational strategies in shaping the effectiveness and efficiency of HMIS, offering valuable insights for optimizing healthcare information management practices.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Organizational factors significantly influence technical enhancements in Hospital Management Information Systems.</li> <li>Frequent evaluations by the IT team contribute to technological advancements within hospital systems.</li> <li>Regular user training sessions enhance comprehension and utilization of HMIS functionalities</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Hospital Management Information Systems, Organizational Factors, PRISM Analysis, Technology Improvement, User Training</p> Ahmad Solihin Umi Khoirun Nisak Copyright (c) 2024 Ahmad Solihin, Umi Khoirun Nisak 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1703 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1703 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1703 Boosting Grade 2A Islamic Elementary Students' Motivation via Hybrid Learning at Sari Bumi Sidoarjo <p>This study investigates the impact of hybrid learning on student motivation, focusing on class 2A students across varying levels of academic achievement. Employing a qualitative approach with a phenomenological lens, data was gathered through observation, interviews, documentation, and questionnaires. Validity was ensured through technical triangulation. The findings reveal a significant increase in student motivation following the implementation of hybrid learning. Students demonstrated heightened enthusiasm, attentiveness, earnestness, and active engagement in discussions and internet-based research. These results underscore the potential of hybrid learning to enhance student motivation, thus suggesting its relevance for contemporary educational practices.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li> <p>Hybrid learning fosters student motivation: The study showcases how hybrid learning positively impacts students' motivation, resulting in increased enthusiasm and active participation in the learning process.</p> </li> <li> <p>Phenomenological inquiry: Employing a qualitative phenomenological approach, the research delves into the subjective experiences of students, providing rich insights into their perceptions and behaviors within the hybrid learning environment.</p> </li> <li> <p>Implications for educational practice: The findings underscore the potential of hybrid learning as a strategy to enhance student engagement and academic achievement, suggesting its relevance for contemporary educational practices worldwide.</p> </li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Hybrid learning, Student motivation, Phenomenological approach, Academic achievement, Qualitative research</p> Zumrotun Naaziyah Tri Linggo Wati Copyright (c) 2024 Zumrotun Naaziyah, Tri Linggo Wati 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1704 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1704 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1704 Executing the School Literacy Movement Program within Islamic-Based Excellence Schools <p>This qualitative study investigates the habituation phase of literacy movement programs in Indonesian elementary schools, particularly focusing on Islamic-based approaches. Through literature review of 10 relevant references from 2017 to 2020, the efficacy of pre-reading reflections in improving morning literacy skills is analyzed. The findings underscore the potential of this approach for broader implementation, emphasizing its significance in diverse educational settings, especially those with Islamic orientations.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Islamic-based approach: Analyzing the effectiveness of Islamic-oriented strategies in enhancing literacy skills among elementary school students.</li> <li>Pre-reading reflections: Investigating the impact of 10 pre-reading reflections on morning literacy skills during the habituation phase.</li> <li>Diverse educational settings: Highlighting the potential for broader implementation of tailored literacy programs, especially in schools with Islamic curriculums.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> literacy movement, elementary schools, Islamic curriculum, habituation phase, qualitative research</p> Anggun Meilinda Sari Vanda Rezania Copyright (c) 2024 Anggun Meilinda Sari, Vanda Rezania 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1705 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1705 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1705 Initial Preparation in Teaching Indonesian Language at Islamic Elementary School Grade 3 <p>This study investigates the pivotal role of early learning activities in Indonesian language instruction by examining teacher perception strategies. Employing a descriptive qualitative research methodology, data were collected through student interviews, observation, and documentation at Permata Sunnah Islamic School. Findings revealed three primary perception activities utilized by teachers: questioning, practical materials utilization, and video presentation. These activities facilitate mental preparedness and foster students' receptivity to new information, thereby enhancing the efficacy of early learning in Indonesian instruction. This study underscores the importance of varied perceptual approaches in pedagogical practices and provides valuable insights for educators seeking to optimize early learning experiences in language instruction.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Varied perceptual approaches enhance early learning outcomes.</li> <li>Teacher questioning, practical materials, and video presentation are pivotal in Indonesian instruction.</li> <li>Qualitative research provides insights into effective pedagogical strategies for language learning.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Early learning, Teacher perception, Indonesian instruction, Qualitative research, Pedagogical practices</p> Ermawati Zulikhatin Nuroh Frida Fisabilillah Copyright (c) 2024 Ermawati Zulikhatin Nuroh, Frida Fisabilillah 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1706 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1706 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1706 TPB Influence on Type 2 Diabetes Coding: Al-Islam H.M. Mawardi Hospital <p>This study applies the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to qualitatively analyze the factors influencing coders' intentions in coding type 2 diabetes mellitus at a general hospital. Conducted from February to July 2023, data were collected through interviews and questionnaires with two outpatient coder officers. Findings indicate that coding background, officer acumen, workload, legibility of doctors' writing, availability of coding resources, data clarity, familial support, peer influence, and environmental factors significantly influence coders' intentions. Moreover, factors such as coder knowledge and experience, as well as opportunities for continuous learning, play pivotal roles. These findings underscore the importance of addressing various determinants to enhance coding accuracy and efficiency, thereby improving healthcare management and resource allocation.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Coders' intentions in coding T2DM elucidated through TPB analysis.</li> <li>Influential factors include coding background, workload, and availability of resources.</li> <li>Addressing determinants crucial for enhancing coding accuracy and healthcare efficiency.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> TPB analysis, type 2 diabetes mellitus, outpatient coders, coding behavior, healthcare management</p> Ayu Ferina Puspitasari Cholifah Cholifah Copyright (c) 2024 Ayu Ferina Puspitasari, Cholifah Cholifah 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1707 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1707 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1707 Enhancing Class 6 Computer Education with Flash-Based Multimedia at Bukit Islamiah <p>This research focuses on developing practical and efficient media for computer systems material aimed at grade 6 students. Employing the ADDIE model, the study progresses through analysis, design, development, and implementation stages to craft a flash-based interactive multimedia. A small-scale trial involving 5 students indicates promising results, with validation scores from media and material experts at 87% and 78%, respectively. Moreover, the average student response stands at 87.2%, affirming the suitability of the developed multimedia for learning purposes. This research underscores the potential of interactive multimedia in enhancing educational experiences, particularly in computer science education for young learners.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Implementation of ADDIE model ensures systematic development.</li> <li>Flash-based multimedia yields high validation scores from experts.</li> <li>Student response supports suitability for educational use.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Interactive multimedia, Grade 6 education, Computer systems, ADDIE model, Learning efficiency</p> Aneefah Hajidorloh Rahmania Sri Untari Copyright (c) 2024 Aneefah Hajidorloh, Rahmania Sri Untari 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1708 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1708 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1708 Fostering Intellectual Competence through Dialogic Learning in Islamic Boarding Schools <p>This qualitative case study investigates the development of intellectual competence through dialogic learning at an Islamic boarding school. Employing participatory observation, the study explores the process of fostering intellectual competence through discussions within and outside formal learning activities, encouraging critical thinking towards diverse viewpoints, promoting confident expression grounded in literature, and active participation in scientific competitions. Results demonstrate that dialogic learning enhances students' critical thinking skills and encourages active engagement in scholarly pursuits, both locally and nationally. This research underscores the significance of dialogic pedagogy in nurturing intellectual competence within Islamic educational contexts, offering implications for fostering critical thinking and scholarly engagement in diverse educational settings.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Dialogic learning fosters critical thinking: Encouraging discussions outside formal activities cultivates a critical attitude towards diverse opinions.</li> <li>Confidence in expression through literature: Instilling the courage to express opinions grounded in literature enhances intellectual competence.</li> <li>Active participation in scientific competitions: Engagement in local and national competitions promotes scholarly pursuits and intellectual growth.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Dialogic learning, Intellectual competence, Islamic boarding schools, Critical thinking, Scholarly engagement</p> Windy Ana Fitriyanti Budi Haryanto Copyright (c) 2024 Windy Ana Fitriyanti, Budi Haryanto 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1709 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1709 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1709 Social Support, Religiosity, and Parenting Stress in Mothers of Children with Special Needs <p>This study investigates the relationship between social support, religiosity, and parenting stress among mothers of children with special needs. Utilizing Likert scale-based psychological assessments, data were collected from 30 mothers at Mi Nurul Islam Mojokerto. The analysis revealed significant correlations between social support, religiosity, and parenting stress, suggesting that higher levels of social support and religiosity were associated with reduced parenting stress among these mothers. This study underscores the importance of considering both social support and religiosity as potential factors in mitigating parenting stress among mothers of children with special needs, thus emphasizing the need for tailored interventions to support this vulnerable population</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>The study investigates the relationship between social support, religiosity, and parenting stress among mothers of children with special needs.</li> <li>Data from 30 mothers at Mi Nurul Islam Mojokerto were collected and analyzed using Likert scale-based psychological assessments.</li> <li>Higher levels of social support and religiosity were found to be associated with reduced parenting stress, underscoring the importance of tailored interventions for this vulnerable population.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Parenting stress, Social support, Religiosity, Special needs children, Psychological scales</p> Aina Rahayu Lely Ika Mariyati Copyright (c) 2024 Aina Rahayu, Lely Ika Mariyati 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1702 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1702 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1702 Exploring Prosocial Behavior Among Students at Madrasah Aliyah Negeri Sidoarjo <p>This study explores prosocial behavior among high school students, focusing on MAN Sidoarjo. Using a sample of 275 students, data was collected via a prosocial behavior scale and analyzed descriptively. Results indicate that while overall prosocial behavior is moderate, males exhibit lower levels compared to females. These findings emphasize the need to address gender differences in promoting prosocial behavior among high school students.</p> <p><strong>Highlights :</strong></p> <ul> <li>Gender differences: The study highlights a notable gender disparity in prosocial behavior among high school students.</li> <li>Descriptive analysis: Utilizing a quantitative approach, the research provides a detailed description of prosocial behavior patterns.</li> <li>Implications for intervention: Findings underscore the importance of addressing gender differences to promote prosocial behavior in educational settings.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Prosocial behavior, Gender disparity, High school students, Descriptive quantitative study, MAN Sidoarjo</p> Muhammad Alwy Yarizky Effy Wardari Maryam Copyright (c) 2024 Muhammad Alwy Yarizky, Effy Wardari Maryam 2024-08-01 2024-08-01 12 3 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1710 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1710 10.21070/ijis.v12i3.1710