AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change <p><strong>AMCA Journal of Education &amp; Behavioral Change</strong> (<strong>AJEB</strong>) is an official international journal published by the Association of Muslim Community in ASEAN (AMCA) that emphasizes the study and implications of education and the process of behaviour change. This journal aims to provide the publication of high-quality reference papers in the field of education. Contributions are received from all relevant and insightful areas of behavior change. <strong>AJEB</strong> is issued twice a year (April and October). The journal is published in the online version, is free access and download. </p> <p><a><span class="blockTitle">e-ISSN</span></a><a><span class="blockTitle"> 2776-1185</span></a></p> AMCA en-US AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change 2776-1185 Building character students: Application school culture and learning islamic education <p>Poor character education given to students​​ can cause action crime in the environment education: moral behaviour, polite manners and religion of Darul Ulum Junior High School Sekampung East Lampung students. The approach used​ in this research is the quantitative approach. Namely, a natural approach​ objective encompassing data collection, quantitative data analysis, and testing statistics is needed. Based on opinion above, this research uses a quantitative approach in data collection, analysis, and statistical tests to know the influence of school cultures and PAI learning character students. The variables of this research are as follows: School culture (X1) and PAI learning (X2) are the independent variables of this research. Collected data during the research, then processed and analyzed using formula statistics. The formula that researchers will use is a multiple linear regression formula<em>. </em>The results of data analysis show that school cultures, learning Islamic Religious Education and the character of Darul Ulum Junior High School students Sekampung East Lampung then can conclusion as follows: Yes The influence of the PAI learning process on the character of students at Darul Ulum Junior High School in Sekampung, East Lampung. There is no influence of school culture on the character of students at Darul Ulum Junior High School Sekampung East Lampung. There is influence in a way together between school cultures and PAI learning towards character students at Darul Ulum Junior High School, Sekampung, East Lampung.</p> Edi Julianto Jaenullah Jaenullah Choirudin Choirudin Subandi Subandi Agus Setiawan Copyright (c) 2024 Edi Julianto, Jaenullah Jaenullah, Choirudin Choirudin 2024-04-13 2024-04-13 4 1 1 5 10.51773/ajeb.v4i1.363 Weaving Muhammadiyah educational hope: Implementation of behavior theory in the curriculum <p>Education is one of the main pillars of building people's character and knowledge. Muhammadiyah, one of the most prominent Islamic Education and da'wah organizations in Indonesia, continues to strive to improve the quality of education through various innovations and the implementation of relevant educational theories. This study examines the implementation of behavioural theory in the Muhammadiyah education curriculum and how this implementation contributes to realizing educational expectations in Indonesia. Using a systematic literature review (SLR) method with a bibliometric approach from publications from the last ten years 2014-2024), this research identifies various learning strategies and practices implemented by Muhammadiyah educational institutions in adopting the principles of behaviour theory. The study results show that the behavioristic approach has been integrated into the Muhammadiyah education curriculum through positive reinforcement, behaviour modification, and results-based learning. Implementing this behavioural theory has contributed significantly to improving the quality of learning and developing student character, which aligns with Muhammadiyah's values and principles. This research provides new insights regarding the potential for integrating behavioural theory in Islamic education and its contribution to achieving broader educational goals.</p> Mas'odi Mas'odi M. Nur Hakim Rani Darmayanti Saiful Amien Copyright (c) 2024 Mas'odi Mas'odi, M. Nur Hakim, Rani Darmayanti, Saiful Amien 2024-04-15 2024-04-15 4 1 6 16 10.51773/ajeb.v4i1.368 The reproductive health education to adolescents with intellectual disabilities: Perspectives of parents, teachers, and caregivers <p>Teaching reproductive health knowledge from an early age to children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities is essential. They are more susceptible to sexual abuse and to developing inappropriate sexual behaviour than typical children. This research aims to explore the understanding of parents, teachers and caregivers regarding the reproductive health of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities and the challenges parents face in providing reproductive health and sexuality education. The research methods are a literature review of 27 articles and group interviews attended by 13 participants consisting of parents, teachers and caregivers of children with intellectual disabilities. Results show that reproductive health issues faced by children with intellectual disabilities are not fully understood by parents, teachers, and caregivers, which contributes to challenges in providing reproductive health and sexuality education to children. Existing intervention programs need to be equipped with tools, while the program’s content and method of information delivery need to be improved.</p> Weny Savitry S. Pandia Yapina Widyawati Penny Handayani Edwin Sutamto Copyright (c) 2024 Weny Pandia, Yapina Widyawati, Penny Handayani, Edwin Sutamto 2024-05-05 2024-05-05 4 1 17 24 10.51773/ajeb.v4i1.328