Islamic-Based Group Guidance Model (BKp-I) to Improve Student Honesty Post COVID-19 Pandemic

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Malim Soleh Rambe, Herman Nirwana, Neviyarni


Introduction: This research is motivated by the phenomenon of the low understanding of students' abilities in applying honesty in schools, causing a decline in values and morals. Guidance and counseling teachers have made various efforts, both curative and preventive, to overcome student dishonesty that occurs due to weak aqidah and morals in schools. Various services and guidance and counseling that have been provided have not shown optimal results in increasing students' understanding and application of honesty. Effective services and guidance to improve behavior are rarely carried out in schools if they are carried out only using conventional methods so that they have not had much impact on increasing students' understanding and application of honesty.

Methods: The data in the study were collected using students' self-honesty scale instruments, interview guidelines, and observation guidelines. The data analysis technique on the effectiveness test was carried out by the Wilcoxon.

Results: This study produced a BKp-I model book with supporting media for the BKp-I guidebook that was valid and practical to use as well as a valid and reliable student self-honesty scale. The results of the study revealed that the BKp-I model was effective in increasing students' understanding and ability to apply self-honesty in Madrasas.

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