JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development

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ISSN / EISSN : 2715-8454 / 2715-8446
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Imam Syafi’I, Azimatul Chusnah, Nur Alvi Inayati, Linda Puspita Sari
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 33-40; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.816

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This study aims to describe and understand the strategy of educators in carrying out their duties during the COVID-19 pandemic in fostering critical thinking skills in early childhood. This research method uses qualitative research with a case study approach. Data collection techniques in this study using observation, interviews, and documentation. While the data analysis used the Miles and Huberman model with the stages of data reduction, data presentation, verification, and conclusion drawing. The results of this study indicate that, first, there is a change in the strategy for implementing the duties of teachers/educators, namely as planners and assessors of children's learning outcomes. While the task as implementers in early childhood educator learning in collaboration with teachers / educators at home, namely the child's parents. Second, the strategy of teachers/educators at home to cultivate children's critical thinking skills is to invite children to understand the reasons for schooling at home, the reasons for the obligation to use masks when leaving the house and others by using discussion and exemplary methods.
Afifah Fatihakun Ni'Mah Wahidah, Muhammad Alfatih Suryadilaga
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 1-14; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.601

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Urgency Parents have an important role for Early Childhood Education especially with the covid outbreak so that children have to learn from home. This article aims to examine the urgency of Early Childhood Education education in the perspective of hadith, especially the hadith on the obligations of parents in educating children, which is associated with conditions in the era of the Coronavirus pandemi. Family is the first and foremost education for a person. Education in the family plays a role in developing character, personality, cultural values, religious and moral values, and simple skills. There is a physical distancing policy so that learning is carried out online (in a network) so that the role of parents is very urgent in ensuring the continuity of their children's education. is the responsibility of the parents; Second, the best gift parents give their children is a good education; Third, parents as the first and foremost madrasa, especially for early childhood, are responsible for their children's education.
Fathan Mubina Dewadi
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 15-23; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.1163

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Learning through songs can be related to kinesthetic and physical abilities because when someone listens to a song/music, the sensory nervous system works and transfers it to the motor nerves. This research is included in field research. The approach used is a descriptive qualitative approach, which is a research procedure that produces descriptive data in the form of written or spoken words from people and observable behavior, with data sources consisting of primary data and secondary data. Primary data is data obtained from interviews with the child and with the parents. For secondary data obtained by looking at the literature related to this journal. On average, children who have difficulty focusing, namely because the child lacks adequate rest, does not sleep enough, does not eat breakfast, does not understand the subject matter, has understood the lesson and does not feel challenged, lacks motivation from teachers and parents, is disturbed by the surrounding environment and does not match the given learning style. Playing sounds that can help children learn to make children learn as if they are playing.
Heri Hidayat, Nadia Nuraziani, Qolbiatum Mutmainah, Silva Inten Sulistya
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 53-57; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.947

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This study examines how cooking class plays a role in the development of aesthetic attitudes in early childhood with the aim of this study is to improve and develop aesthetic attitudes of early childhood. The data collection process was carried out by interviewing related teachers through Whatsapp media accounts and analyzing learning videos. The type of research used is descriptive research with a quantitative approach. The subject in this study is the child of RA As-Shofa class b. Interviews were conducted with educators about the cooking class learning model and how the learning was carried out. The development of aesthetics through cooking class activities at RA As-Shofa for grade b children makes children feel more confident in showing their aesthetic attitudes.
Hery Setiyatna, Putri Melati
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 41-46; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.1140

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This study aims to determine how Islamic parenting is applied to special intelligent and gifted children. A special intelligent child is a child who has intelligence above the average of his peers. They are children who have high independence, have self-taught behavior, cannot be detected by other people and can create ideas spontaneously. Special intelligent children have intelligence above 130 (Waschler scale), they have high-order thinking patterns and cannot be equated with their peers who only have normal intelligence. The pattern of education and parenting applied by parents to their children can use various methods that have been taught by the Prophet in Islamic religious teachings. These methods include modeling methods and noble ethics, situational and conditional methods, questioning methods, analogical methods, and dialogical interaction methods. This research was conducted to provide information about proper parenting in Islam through the methods taught by the Prophet.
Nurul Qomariyah, Zahratul Qalbi
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 47-52; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.995

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This study aims to describe the level of understanding of PAUD teachers or PAUD educators about loose parts games. The research method used is qualitative, using the method of direct interviews with early childhood teachers in Bukit Harapan Village, Pinang Raya District, North Bengkulu Regency. The sample used is 3 teachers who teach in one of the PAUD schools. From the results of the interview, it was found that the teacher did not understand the loose parts game. And schools have not applied STEAM-based learning by using learning media in the form of loose parts. So that to overcome the lagging behind modern learning, the teachers at these schools will try to find information about STEAM-based learning so that they can keep up with the times and children's creativity can also be maximized.
Try Nur Aliyah
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 3, pp 24-32; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v3i1.687

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This study aims (1) to determine the effect of the Kaisa method on the ability to memorize short letters of the Al-Qur'an and hadith in children at TK Aisyiyah 17 Jasem, (2) to determine the influence of the Kaisa method on the ability to memorize short letters. Al-Qur'an and hadith in TK Aisyiyah 17 Jasem. The research method uses quantitative ex-post facto correlation type. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. Research data collection techniques are questionnaires and documentation. Test the validity of the questionnaire instrument using expert tests (judges). The data analysis technique used the product moment correlation formula. The conclusion of this study is that (1) there is an effect of the Kaisa method on the ability to memorize short letters from the Al-Qur'an and hadith in children. This is evidenced by the results of the calculation of rcount> rtabel, (0.999> 0.602) then H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted, (2) and the magnitude of the influence seen from the calculation results is 0.999 which has been consulted with the correlation coefficient value at the value of 0.800-1.00 including the category high, so it can be interpreted that the influence of the Kaisa method has a major effect on the ability to memorize short letters of the Al-Qur'an and hadiths in children at Aisyiyah 17 Kindergarten Jasem Ngoro Mojokerto.
Fuad Aminur Rahman, Acep Awaludin
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 109-116; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v2i2.573

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Writing articles about the model of inclusive education in early childhood is very necessary This is done to provide references or solutions for schools that provide inclusive education, especially in early childhood education. Therefore here the author is interested in offering a reference or solution about the development of inclusive instructional models based on authentic instructional models in early childhood, namely the inclusive education model that tries to provide an overview in combining the principles of access to education for all students or disadvantaged individuals, and not only for those with special needs. Therefore, the nature of the inclusive education model is a shift from theories, assumptions, practices, and special models of disabilities to the specific non-disability inclusive education system.
Juhaeni Juhaeni, Wahyuningtias Ludiawati, Safaruddin Safaruddin, Lisfiana Nur Laili, Lutfiatus Zahrotul Ulfa, Putri Ambarwati
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 117-123; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v2i2.942

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The habit of politeness in language in children aged 5-6 years is something that is crucial. This study aims to analyze the impact of using the word do not replace the word sorry for children. This study uses qualitative methods with data triangulation techniques. Samples taken were students of group A PGRA Mamba’ul Hisan Surabaya. Data collection techniques used are 1) Making observations in class A1, A2, A3, 2) Interview with class teachers, 3) Analyzing data based on theory, 4) Summing up the results obtained. The data taken consisted of 3 samples from 3 groups who were accustomed to politeness in language. The results obtained include: children can accept mistakes, children can be more polite and more polite in talking, children are accustomed to gentle reprimands.
Muhammad Khoiruzzadi, Nabillah Karimah
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 147-160; https://doi.org/10.15642/jeced.v2i2.709

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This study aims to describe bilingual learning and school efforts in maximizing children's cognitive, social and motor development. This research is included in the field research with a descriptive qualitative approach. The data is taken from the results of observations of learning in happy classrooms, classroom teacher interviews and principals at Play group, Day Care and Kindergarten Ceria Demangan Yogyakarta. The results showed that bilingual learning is done both from warming up activities, circle time, breafing activity, snack time, free play, and going home. School effort in maximizing children's cognitive development is by the use of learning methods that are attractive to children. Children's social development by teaching children to work together, be responsible, be disciplined and help one another. Children's motor development with sports activities, social service, and learning while playing. And finally, complete play facilities are very supportive of children's cognitive, social and motor development.
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