International Journal of Southeast Asia <p>International Journal of Southeast Asia, accepting any literature study and research-oriented research findings in the Southeast Asia region within the scope of cross-educational, social, cultural, political, legal and religious studies, the aim is to position Indonesia as the home of world scientific publications with the results of scientific publications.</p> en-US (Sumarto) Mon, 07 Dec 2020 19:16:41 +0000 OJS 60 APPLYING PEER FEEDBACK ON STUDENTS’ DESCRIPTIVE WRITING IN EFL CLASSROOM: A CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH AT ONE OF ISLAMIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN JAMBI <p>This study deals with a classroom action research investigating teaching descriptive writing through peer feedback in EFL classroom at one of Islamic Senior High School in Jambi. Eleven male students were involved in this research. By doing field note, observation checklist, writing task, and documentation data were collected and analyzed descriptively. The findings indicated that peer feedback could improve students’ descriptive writing seeing that the students were able to work collaboratively with the peer in giving either suggestion or advise during the discussion. As a result, applying peer feedback while teaching descriptive writing did not only provide students basic material for editing or revising, but also stimulate their imaginative power enabling them to have a concept in their mind about what they are going to write. Implications from this research evidently suggest that teachers should have a variety of teaching strategy in teaching English as a Foreign Language.</p> Khusnul Yatima, Yulia Wiji Astika, Sri Kadarsih Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Southeast Asia Mon, 07 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 BOARDING MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT IN ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION <p>Boarding school is one of the oldest education institution in the national education system. Pesantren functions as a center for the spread of Islam, with a concentration of education in shaping Muslim people with a high understanding of three main problems, namely God, humans, and nature. Regarding its function as an educational institution, the aim of the Pesantren is to form individuals who excel in the field of understanding and practicing Islamic teachings for students or students in their daily lives. therefore it is necessary to have a good management of Pesantren in the development of Islamic religious education. Therefore, through this paper, the author wants to reveal how good management of Islamic boarding schools is in the development of Islamic religious education in the regional office of the Ministry of Religion of Jambi province. To obtain data that supports this article, the author uses a qualitative-naturalistic approach. Through this qualitative approach, it is hoped that a picture of the quality, social reality and perceptions of the research objectives will be exposed without being contaminated by formal measurements. So it can be concluded that there are several obstacles and recommendations for solutions in the management of Pesantren in the development of Islamic religious education in the regional office of the Ministry of Religion of Jambi province.</p> Nazirwan Nazirwan, Nur Cahaya, Junaidi, Nofriyanti Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Southeast Asia Mon, 07 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 EDUCATION FOR ALL: A STUDY OF ORANG RIMBA IN TANAH MENANG, BUNGKU’S VILLAGE, BATANGHARI DISTRICT, JAMBI PROVINCE INDONESIA <p>The purpose of this study is to describe education for the aboriginal community in Tanah Menang, Bungku’s Village, Batanghari District, Jambi Province, Indonesia. This study employs a descriptive qualitative approach. We collected data through interviews, observations, and documents. The results found that: 1) the education for<em>&nbsp;Orang Rimba&nbsp;</em>in Tanah Menang provides since 2017 that focused on a base education;&nbsp;2) the teacher creates the lesson material through the picture, and puzzle fixed with their environment; 3) the primary method of learning is teacher-centered, 4) the average of students age is 10 to 20 years old; 5) the learning process conveyed in bilingual, heritage language of&nbsp;<em>Orang Rimba&nbsp;</em>and&nbsp;<em>Bahasa</em>.</p> Suryawahyuni Latief, Santi Hendrayani, Puji Lestari Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Southeast Asia Mon, 07 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 The Existence of the State of Brunei Darussalam in Advancing Education, Economy and Social Governance “Learning Reflections at the Sultan Syarif Ali University UNISSA Brunei Darussalam” <p>As a prosperous and developed country, of course the State of Brunei Darussalam has implemented a very good education, economy and government system in accordance with the state ideology that is firmly held, namely Malay Islam Beraja (MIB). In the aspect of education, socio-economics and leadership in Brunei Darussalam embody Islam that is Rahmatan lil alamin according to the explanation we have conveyed. Education in Brunei Darussalam is characterized by the dominance of Islamic Religious Education which is specifically managed by Kesultanana in the Haji Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Foundation (YSHHB) as well as at the tertiary level such as at UBD (Universiti Brunei Darussalam), KUPU (Kolej Universiti Perguruan Ugama) Seri Begawan and UNISSA (Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University).<br />The Sultanate government as fully responsible for the education process also integrates Islamic religious education with science, where according to the teachings in the Qur'an and Hadith, all have a connection and are beneficial to humans. Likewise with progress in the economic sector, where the State of Brunei Darussalam is a producer of oil and gas in Southeast Asia and even globally, which supports the welfare of its people. A government system that continues to maintain security and stability by adhering to the MIB ideology, carrying out Islamic teachings very well, this can be seen from every policy and regulation delivered by the Sultanate.</p> Sumarto, Emmi Kholilah Harahap, Ilham Dwitama Haeba Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Southeast Asia Mon, 07 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 KIAI LEADERSHIP STRATEGY IN FORMING ASWAJA CHARACTERS <p>This study examines the Kiai's Leadership Strategy in Forming Aswaja's Character in An Nur Islamic Boarding School, Ngrukem, Bantul, Yogyakarta. This type of research was field research using a qualitative approach. Sources of data for this study were taken from data collection methods such as: first, direct observation or observation several times. Second, interviews with boarding school leaders, administrators, teachers, students, and residents around the boarding school. Third, documentation taken from field research studies with various related information. The results showed that all actions and activities carried out by the boarding school community (Dzuriyah Council, administrators, cleric, and students) at An Nur Islamic Boarding School, Ngrukem, Bantul, Yogyakarta not only memorized the Al-Qur'an, but also formed the character of Aswaja to the students.</p> Rustam Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Southeast Asia Mon, 07 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000 IMPLEMENTATION OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING SANTRI CHARACTERS <p>This article describes the implementation of Total Quality Management in developing students' characteristics, focusing on the problem of meeting the national education quality standards in order to improve the quality of management in developing the character of students. This study seeks to determine the implementation of TQM in developing the character of students in Islamic boarding schools, namely Pondok Pesantren PMDG Campus 10 Tanjung Jabung Timur, Talwah Al-Munawwaroh Merangin Regency and PKP Al-Hidayah Jambi City, by applying TQM standards to achieve organizational goals. Using a qualitative research approach with descriptive analysis, research results and conclusions that the pesantren is an educational institution that implements character education in an integrated manner throughout the whole process of education and learning. By implementing Total Quality management optimally by applying the management methodology of W. Edward Deming, Plan do check and Action that focus on customers, optimization of leadership roles, involving all employees / staff on quality and mutual commitment and continuous improvement will be able to develop the character of Santri. in accordance with the expectations of stakeholders so that a distinctive pesantren culture will be formed which distinguishes it from the education system outside the pesantren which is ready to face the times in the era of revolution 4.0.</p> Mukhtar, Hidayat, Siti Mariah Ulfah Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Southeast Asia Mon, 07 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +0000