Menunggu Kiprah Negara Pada Sekolah Rumahan Versi Komunitas Samin: Studi Kasus di Kudus Jawa Tengah

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Title Menunggu Kiprah Negara Pada Sekolah Rumahan Versi Komunitas Samin: Studi Kasus di Kudus Jawa Tengah
 
Creator Rosyid, Moh.
Kushidayati, Lina
 
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Description Tujuan ditulisnya naskah memahami model sekolah rumahan warga Samin di Kudus Jawa Tengah. Data diperoleh dengan wawancara, observasi, dan mengkaji pustaka, dianalisis pendekatan deskriptif kualitatif. Samin awalnya dimotori Ki Samin Surosentiko melawan kolonial Belanda di Blora menyebar hingga di Kudus hingga kini. Warga Samin tidak sekolah formal tapi sekolah rumahan bertujuan memproteksi generasinya agar tidak terbawa dinamika kekinian. Materi pembelajarannya tidak:drengki (memfitnah), srei (serakah), panasten (mudah tersinggung/membenci sesama), dawen (mendakwa tanpa bukti), kemeren (iri hati), nyiyo marang sepodo (menista sesama), dan menjauhi lima pantangan: bedok (menuduh), colong (mencuri), pethil; jumput; dan nemu wae ora keno; pantangan menemukan barang. Warga Samin tak sekolah formal karena masih mempertahankan ajaran leluhur dengan tradisi tutur, pendidiknya adalah orangtua dan tokohnya, hasil evaluasinya perilaku hidupnya. Obsesi orang Samin nglayani, ngrawat, glindungi ajaran Ki Samin dalam hal tata cara, tata krama, tata darma agar akar tradisi adiluhung terawat. Keberhasilan sekolah rumahannya berperilaku sebagaimana ajarannya imbas orangtua dan tokoh perilakunya dapat ditauladani. Negara harus hadir memberi pencerahan secara berkesinambungan agar kurikulumnya mengarah pada pendidikan formal atau kesetaraan dan kearifan lokalnya tak tercerabut dari akar budayanya. Peran negara, materi ajarnya dikembangkan sebagaimana homeschooling formal dengan pendekatan persuasif dan berkesinambungan.Kata Kunci: jati diri, konsisten, dan kearifan lokal. AbstractThis article describes the model homeschooling at Samin community in Kudus, Central Java. Samin is Javanese ethnic community the originally driven by Ki Samin Surosentiko against invaders in Blora, Central Java. its existence extends to city Kudus until now. This article is to explore Samin no formal school purposed generation protected so that slip up present life. This research data were obtained by interview, participatory observation, and literature review. Data collection was analyzed using a qualitative descriptive approach. This curriculum are not slander (drengki), greedy (srei), hate others (panasten), indict without evidence (dawen), envy (kemeren), contempt fellow (nyiyo marang sepodo), and stay five away from abstinence are accuse (bedok), steal (colong), shoplifting (pethil-jumput); and don’t want to find goods (nemu wae ora keno). Samin community don’t formal school for maintain the teachings, inherit the speech in speech, educated by parent and figure, the evaluated in his life.The state must be present explaining by sustainable developed the matter learning for homeschooling formal by persuasive approach.Keywords: identity, consistence, local wisdom.  
 
Publisher Pendidikan Sejarah Fakultas Ilmu Sosial Fakultas Ilmu Sosial
 
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Date 2020-12-28
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ojs.unm.ac.id/pattingalloang/article/view/16948
10.26858/jp.v7i3.16948
 
Source PATTINGALLOANG; Vol. 7, No. 3, Desember 2020; 348-358
2686-6463
2355-2840
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ojs.unm.ac.id/pattingalloang/article/view/16948/pdf
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 PATTINGALLOANG
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
 

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