The Internalization of Islamic Ethics in The Management of Student Mental Health Problems Resolution in SDN Ngadirejan

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Getting the nickname “SD Senter” makes SDN Ngadirejan the favorite elementary school that parents choose in entrusting their children to study. Many students from various backgrounds and environments create a mix of colorful children's characters. This diversity of characters cannot be separated from mental illness that causes mutations in children's unfavorable behavior. Failure to achieve academic grades, poor morals of children towards teachers, lack of responsibility for children's tasks, discrimination based on social conditions, cheating culture and children's courage against the opposite sex are routine records in the monthly case book at SDN Ngadirejan. So far, there has been no follow-up on the evaluation of cases of mental illness in children at SDN Ngadirejan both internally and externally. The purpose of this study is to unmask the duties of a teacher as a controller of students' mental problems. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. Data were collected by means of surveys, case studies and interviews with several related parties. The description of mental health problems of students at SDN Ngadirejan includes bullying, physical violence by friends, school refusal, anxiety disorders, developmental disorders, and gadget addiction. In general, these problems are caused by conditions in the family and school environment. Internalization of Islamic ethics in the teaching profession as a facilitator in solving mental health problems at SDN Ngadirejan is carried out by communicating steps with parents, providing Islamic parenting education, providing role models, placing teachers as friends when students have problems, and practicing Islamic ethics/values


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