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Roidatul Khabibah Ibdalsyah . Nirwan Syafrin


The education world has always been the subject of public discussion, including of learning
management. Learning as a success milestone has a container called class. Unfortunately,
Class and its management are little elements of education that are often overlooked. Even
though this small element can have a big impact if managed properly. The intended
management must certainly be in line with the institution's educational goals. In this case,
the researcher took pesantren-based schools as the object of research. In pesantren-based
schools, students who are also santri have a dual learning burden. The excess supply of
energy and thought caused by the tight schedule of schools and pesantren. So that, it is
common in learning activity for teachers to find students often sleepy and bored in class.
Thus, it is necessary to have scientific research on class management based on Islāmic values
as a solution to this problem. This type of research is Field Research with descriptive-analytic
methods. The object of this research is three schools of tahfidz Al-Qur'an, namely SMPIT
Qur'an of El Tahfidh, SMP Baitul Qur'anic, and MTs Tahfidz Al Kaukab. The results showed
that classroom management in three Tahfidz Al-Qur'an Schools had seen from the two main
components, that are management of classrooms and management of students had not gone
well. Classroom management only meets the requirements in the storage area, ventilation
and lighting arrangement. For management of students, it has run well, only lacking in the
emotional graph. Going from classroom management theory, then based on the foundation
and findings of the field can produced class management based on Islāmic values, which
expected be a reference for class management in pesantren-based schools, especially the
Tahfidz Al-Qur'an School in junior high schools.

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KHABIBAH, Roidatul; ., Ibdalsyah; SYAFRIN, Nirwan. MANAJEMEN KELAS BERBASIS NILAI-NILAI ISLAM TINGKAT SMP. PROSIDING SNTP, [S.l.], v. 1, dec. 2018. ISSN 2654-3192. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 21 june 2021.