Prophetic-based Conflict Management Model in Senior High School


The lack of competence of principals in resolving conflicts in schools is of particular concern because it is related to the progress of an educational institution. This study aims to develop models and research products that are useful for education and literacy used by school principals in managing conflict in schools. The research method used is the research and development of the ADDIE model. The research subjects were linguists, materials experts, and learning design experts to validate research products, while to test user responses, the subjects selected were the principal of SMA PGRI Metro City, SMA Ma’arif 1 Metro City, and SMA Muhammadiyah 02 Metro City. Data collection was done using questionnaires, and the results were analyzed qualitatively and descriptively. This research went through several stages, namely: 1) the model development stage, which was carried out at the analysis stage, namely analyzing the characteristics of the school; 2) the feasibility of a prophetic-based conflict management model product; and 3) the use of the prophetic conflict management module through user response testing. As a result, prophetic conflict management is in the very good category to use. The format and layout aspects of the conflict management module fall into the very appropriate category. In the aspect of writing, the Prophetic conflict management module is in the very appropriate category. In the aspect of formulating the outline of the material, the principal must improve conflict management skills by participating in training or developing conflict management capacity in schools. The implementation of the principal’s role in creating a harmonious and comfortable school organizational climate can be realized if he can demonstrate fair and responsible leadership behavior.

Keywords: Principal, Prophetic-Based Conflict Management

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