Student Management: A Philosophy of Contemporary Islamic Education

Sadam Fajar Shodiq


The learning process in contemporary Islamic Education is more emphasized on aspects of activities undertaken by students. Education aims to explore and develop the potential of students. Lately, there are symptoms of delinquency that lead to criminal acts that the perpetrators are students in high school. The data released by the Yogyakarta Police stated that during the year 2016 there have been fights between students as many as 43 cases, even until there are victims who died. The incident is very contrary to the slogan of Yogyakarta as a student city. This study aims to analyze how the management of students at SMA Muhammadiyah 6 in Yogyakarta in dealing with various problems of students today. The qualitative approach and descriptive analysis are used to test the data of interviews, observations, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that various strategies are needed in coaching students, so the educational process will be more optimal in exploring and developing students' potential. SMA Muhammadiyah 6 Yogyakarta does not carry out the discipline of students that have been made and does not deal with violations committed by students. Student management does not run according to the rules that have been made, this is because the SMA Muhammadiyah 6 Yogyakarta lacks students. The conclusion of this study shows that the management of students at the SMA Muhammadiyah 6 Yogyakarta is currently less than optimal and there are still minimal programs that can optimize student potential.


Student Management; Islamic Education; Philosophy

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