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SMALL AND MEDIUM INDUSTRY FOR SUSTAINING MADRASA IN GLOBAL CHANGE: (Study at Darul Ma’rifat Modern Islamic Boarding School in East Java)

Any types and size of industry is required for the sustainable development of a Boarding School (Madrasa). Current study at Darul Ma'rifat Modern Islamic Boarding School in East Java is directed to describe: (1) the size and function of industry at Darul Ma'rifat Modern Islamic Boarding School; (2)... Full description

Journal Title: Al-Ta'lim Journal Nov 2013, Vol.20(3), pp.509-523
Main Author: Aswirna, Prima
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description: Any types and size of industry is required for the sustainable development of a Boarding School (Madrasa). Current study at Darul Ma'rifat Modern Islamic Boarding School in East Java is directed to describe: (1) the size and function of industry at Darul Ma'rifat Modern Islamic Boarding School; (2) the life-skill and the enterprenourships capability of the students; and (3) the effect of life-skills and the enterprenourships capability towards self-fulfilment attitude of students. All of the sixth grade students population (542 pupils) were randomly taken to get 226 students sample by using Slovin formula : n = N / 1 + N. e2. ( n = sample size, 1 = constanta variable, N = population, e = standard error / 0,05). Data were collected through observation, psychological scale and interview. They were then analyzed using regression supported by Statistical Package of Social Science programme. The results show that: (1) There were thirty unit small and medium industry at Darul Ma'rifat Modern Islamic Boarding School. (2) Life-skills and the enterprenourships capability of the students were taught through practice like; working in bread industry and mini market etc. (3) The mean scored of life-skills and the enterprenourships of the students were 82% categorized high.
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