UMM Students Initiated E-Nasyid Application to Empower TPQ as Tajwid Study Center

Author : Humas | Thursday, November 19, 2020 14:06 WIB






University of Muhammadiyah Malang student inveted an app E-Nasyid (Photo: Istimewa)

PANDEMIC not only hampers the implementation of formal education, but also non-formal education such as in the Quran Education Park (TPQ). Children can no longer study at TPQ and deepen their religion, such as learning tajwid. In fact, studying and implementing tajwid will make a value of perfection in prayer and reading the Quran.


Starting from this condition, a group of students from the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) from various departments, namely Safira Rahmadita Ismara, Devi Mellysafitri, Muhammad Natsir Hentihu, and L. Yasril Ilham made an innovation that combines the method of studying and technology titled "Nasyid Method Articulate Storyline Based" and applying it at TPQ Shirotol Mustaqim.


"TPQ Shirotol Mustaqim is located in middle Baamang Village, East Waringin City, Central Kalimantan. Students there are on average teenagers between 14 - 17 years. They complained because there are no more studying activities in TPQ even though tajwid learning is important to learn. So, we are moved to try to solve the problem by assisting the implementation of nasyid method based on articulate storyline," said Safira, his familiar greeting, Monday (11/16/2020).


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The selection of this nasyid method is assumed to facilitate children in learning. Because, children's learning style is more tend to things that are audio-visual and interactive. So, through music and lyrics, students are easily memorized and will be able to understand the tajwid well.


The program begins by identifying partner issues through an online pretest to see the initial capabilities of the makhorijul letter aspect, the smoothness, and accuracy of reading tajwid. Then, the team revised the media so that the tajwid law was settled first in accordance with the tajwid law experienced by the learners.


"After pretest and revision, we implemented an online mentoring program using Zoom Meeting. The students saw E-Nasyid's media footage and then together the team imitated it. Then at the end of each meeting, participants were asked to read several verses of the Quran in accordance with the tajwid law that appeared," explained the student of Mathematics Study Program FKIP Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang.

An innovation that combines studying methods and technology titled "Nasyid
Articulate Storyline-Based Method"


After all the legal tajwid material was submitted, the team and ustadz did a posttest. The goal, to see if there is an increase in

"Alhamdulillah, the results showed that participants in TPQ partners showed that has ability increased to understand legal tajwid materials after this program was implemented. The partner's response to the whole program is also very good," he said excitedly.participants' understanding after the program ends. Partner satisfaction is also seen through the spread of questionnaires.


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Not stopping there, as a follow-up, Safira and the team regenerated TPQ managers and invited people outside TPQ Shirotol Mustaqim to join online. The team published the program through Instagram namely @e.nasyid20 and The Tajwid E-Nasyid Study Youtube account then recruited students with the age range of 12 -17 years and the age of the child through parental assistance through google form filling.


Asked for information on the success of this team, Siti Khoiruli Ummah, a supervisor, said she was grateful and proud. Moreover, this activity has other outside, namely IPR and scientific publications. This is very beneficial for students.


"Grateful and proud yes... Thank God the program went smoothly. This group was finally able to get IPR for the program implementation manual and the publication of scientific articles in the Journal of Community Service Madani. This is certainly very beneficial for students. Not only experience, but also real products that contribute to their portfolio," said Ulli.


This group is essentially the UMM PKM team on the PKMM scheme that has passed PKP 2. They will compete in PIMNAS 33 held online, 24-29 November 2020. (nain/can)



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