Manajemen Informasi-Komunikasi pada Pesantren dan Madrasah Diniyah

Intizam, Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam

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Title Manajemen Informasi-Komunikasi pada Pesantren dan Madrasah Diniyah
Creator Sholikhah, Maratush
Description As an educational institution, pesantren existed in the community before the formal school system was introduced in Indonesia. The pesantren was once the only educational institution owned by the indigenous community that made a huge contribution in shaping the community. Between pesantren and the surrounding community, especially the village community there has been a harmonious interaction, even their involvement is quite large in establishing pesantren.
Madrasah diniyah develops from the traditional pesantren system. In madrasa diniyah, students have been grouped according to their level, so that the material of religious knowledge taught is also different in level. However, in practice, many madrasa diniyah are often found which are still simple, both in terms of organizational structure, teaching, and teaching staff.
The application and comprehensive understanding of Information-Communication management in pesantren and madarasah diniyah educational institutions is very urgent and when this is successful, the results of the educational objectives will be realized
Publisher Prodi Manajemen Pendidikan Islam STAI Darussalam
Date 2019-10-10
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Intizam, Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam; Vol 3 No 1 (2019): Oktober 2019; 33-42
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) Oktober 2019 Intizam, Jurnal Manajemen Pendidikan Islam

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