JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development

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ISSN / EISSN : 2715-8454 / 2715-8446
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Jauharoti Alfin, Ratna Pangastuti
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 76-86; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.572

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Language development in early childhood is very important for the continuity of his life as a social creature. Incoming language skills have an aspect of early childhood development. This article seeks to discuss the development of speech-based children's language in theory by analyzing documented cases of published research results. The research method used is a library research with content analysis for the discussion technique. Source of data taken from secondary data from research results in thesis or online journals, then combined with several existing theories. Based on the results of the discussion obtained data that children with speech delay will experience language delays both in terms of articulation, sound, fluency and completeness of the preparation of the letters. Many factors as a trigger that is external and internal. Most of the cases that have external factors in the form of parenting are the dominant factors in children experiencing speech delay. Mild speechdelay children can recover with appropriate meode stimulation and selection, while children with medium and large speechdays need the help of experts (therapists) and medical personnel
Muhammad Khoiruzzadi, Mabid Barokah, Aisiyatin Kamila
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 40-51; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.561

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Teachers are the spearhead in maximizing early childhood development. The purpose of this study is to determine the efforts of teachers in developing children's potential, and want to know the obstacles experienced by teachers on children's cognitive, social and motor development. this research included in field research (field research). The approach used is a descriptive qualitative approach. For primary data is data obtained from interviews with class B1 group teachers and school principals, as well as the results of observations of learning both inside and outside class B1 group RA Ar-Rahmah Papringan Caturtunggal, Depok District, Sleman Regency. The results showed that teachers need to understand the ideal development of a child in terms of cognitive, social and motor aspects. RA Ar-Rahmah group B1 has different character and development, some are smart in counting, active in moving and playing, active in answering, responsive to teachers and friends, and others. The learning done by teachers in group B1 children is more varied in using learning methods such as singing, habituation, exemplary, advice, and others in accordance with what material is intended to be taught to children. Interlude between one material with another learning material is also important in learning conducted at RA Ar-Rahmah. Excellent programs owned by RA Ar-Rahmah also encourage teachers to think together so that the desired goals of the school are achieved. Developmental delay in children is indeed one of the obstacles in optimizing children's development. The need for good collaboration between teachers at school and parents at home in optimizing children's cognitive, social and motor development.
Oki Witasari, Novan Ardy Wiyani
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 52-63; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.567

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Setiap guru memiliki pengetahuan dan pemahaman tentang pendidikan karakter, namun belum semua guru menguasai metode dalam membentuk karakter anak. Penyebabnya adalah lemahnya kreativitas guru dalam membentuk karakter anak. Permainan tradisional sebenarnya dapat dijadikan oleh guru sebagai metode dalam membentuk karakter anak. Hal itu telah dilakukan oleh guru di TK Diponegoro 140 Rawalo. Penelitian ini bertujuan mendeskripsikan pembentukan karakter anak melalui permainan tradisional di TK Diponegoro 140 Rawalo. Penelitian ini merupakan jenis penelitian fenomenologi dengan subjek yang diteliti yaitu kepala TK, guru, serta anak. Data dikumpulkan menggunakan wawancara, observasi, dan dokumentasi, kemudian dianalisis menggunakan teknik analisis data model Miles and Huberman. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pembentukan karakter anak melalui permainan tradisional di TK Diponegoro 140 rawalo dilakukan melalui tiga tahap. Pertama, pemberian pengetahuan tentang nilai-nilai kebaikan melalui permainan tradisional. Kedua, pemberian motivasi untuk melakukan nilai-nilai kebaikan melalui permainan tradisional. Ketiga, pemberian arahan untuk melakukan nilai-nilai kebaikan melalui permainan tradisional. Pada pelaksanaan ketiga tahapan tersebut guru bukan sekedar mendampingi dan mengajarkan cara bermain tetapi juga menjadi role model bagi anak untuk melakukan kebaikan-kebaikan saat bermain dengan permainan tradisional.
Taseman Taseman, Safaruddin Safaruddin, Nasrul Fuad Erfansyah, Wilujeng Asih Purwani, Fahriza Femenia Femenia
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 13-26; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.519

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The purpose of this research is to find out the teacher's strategy in dealing with delays in speaking disorders that affect the social interaction of early childhood. The research population is Surabaya State Kindergarten Students. This type of research is the field using data collection techniques such as observation, interviews. The results showed that the specific speech delay experienced by children in TK Negeri Pembina Surabaya was due to two factors, namely internal in children originating from parents' innate factors, and external factors due to lack of language stimulation from their parents. Although children experience delays in speaking, but the situation of children in TK Negeri Pembina Surabaya can still develop better and finally be able to follow the development of the language of other friends through a good teacher strategy as well.
Imam Syafi’I, Alfian Nuril Abror
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 64-75; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.577

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Tujuan dalam penelitian ini adalah untuk mendeskripsikan alasan KB-RA. Perwanida Ketintang Surabaya mengajarkan buku materi Bahasa Arab-Inggris pada kelompok A. Permasalahan dalam penelitian ini adalah banyaknya masyarakat yang menanyakan perihal alasan lembaga tersebut mengajarkan buku materi Bahasa Arab-Inggris. Metode dalam penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian kualitatif yaitu mendeskripsikan mengapa KB-RA. Perwanida Ketintang Surabaya mengajarkan buku materi Bahasa Arab-Inggris pada kelompok A. Teknik pengumpulan data yang digunakan pada penelitian ini yaitu observasi, wawancara dan dokumentasi. Data dianalisis menggunakan reduksi data, penyajian data dan menarik kesimpulan yang merujuk pada model Miles and Huberman. Teknik keabsahan data menggunakan credibility, transferability, dependability dan confirmability. Bersumber pada pengumpulan data dan analisis yang dilakukan terdapat beberapa temuan hasil penelitian tentang hakikat atau alasan KB-RA. Perwanida dalam mengajarkan buku materi Bahasa Arab-Inggris pada kelompok A. Hasil dari penelitian tersebut KB-RA. Perwanida beralasan karena dapat mengembangkan perkembangan bahasa asing anak usia di sesuai dengan tahap usianya, menciptakan suasanya belajar yang menyenangkan dan menarik, memudahkan siswa untuk belajar Bahasa Arab dan Inggris pada tingkat pendidikan selanjutnya dan dapat melatih perkembangan kognitif anak usia dini. Selain itu, anak juga memiliki lebih banyak waktu untuk belajar Bahasa Arab dan Bahasa Inggris, anak akan lebih cepat memahami bahasa yang sedang dipelajarinya yang sangat berpengaruh pada tahap perkembangan bahasa selanjutnya, anak akan lebih mahir dalam menguasai bahasa ibu. Anak akan memiliki kesempatan belajar Bahasa Arab dan Bahasa Ingris lagi di tingkah sekolah dasar ataupun menengah, bukui ini sangat menarik untuk AUD dan memudahkan guru dalam menyampaikan materi pembelajaran.
Frendi Fernando
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 27-39; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.536

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Guidance and counseling in early childhood institutions should not only be given to those who have problem behaviors, but must also be given to children who are in the process of growth and development. In early childhood, guidance and counseling is based on how to make the child's growth reach an optimal point, both physical motor, psychological and socio emotional. The process is mostly done by playing, singing, dancing and others. Traditional games can be used as a medium of guidance and counseling for early childhood. Types of traditional games are very good for children's development such as dexterity, creativity, social, and so on. In terms of benefits, traditional game is certainly very different from most modern games today, which do not use physical activity (silence) by staring at mobile screens and individualists, which of course results in the physical, and socio emotional development and physical growth of children not running optimally. For this reason, it is necessary to preserve the traditional game culture through creativity in order to preserve local wisdom as well as efforts to develop media for guidance and counseling for young children.
Siti Umayah, Suyadi Suyadi
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 1-12; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i1.505

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Early childhood education is a children's educational institution that has the aim of learning to develop children's intelligence by using a variety of innovative learning programs. The purpose of this study was to find out how the development of an archipelago-based and international curriculum program in learning was implemented at Fastrack Funschool Yogyakarta. From the results of research conducted by researchers show that in the learning process applying the archipelago curriculum program uses learning with multiple intelligence methods, in which developing linguistic intelligence, logical mathematical intelligence, spatial visual intelligence, musical intelligence, kinesthetic intelligence, iterpersonal intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence, natural intelligence, and, spiritual intelligence whereas in the international curriculum the learning model of seven habits of successful people includes being a proactive person, setting clear targets, working according to priorities, always thinking of profitable ways, trying to understand and then understanding, creating synergies, and always taking time to improve The ability of these multitude of intelligence and habituation is considered to be very effective in learning in early childhood education institutions at Fastrack Funschool Yogyakarta.
Sri Wahyuni
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 67-83; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.455

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School leadership has a fairly heavy duty and responsibility, the success of an educational institution is determined by how the principal performs his role. The full day school based PAUD institution leadership model in Pree-school Jogja kids park aims to find out why parents from the middle class community choose to send their children to a full day school based school, and to find out how the leadership model used in Pre-school Jogja kids park. This type of research forms descriptive using a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis used the Miles and Huberman model which included data presentation, data reduction, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that the Pre-school Jogja kids park uses a transformational leadership model (changing situations, changing what is usually done, talking about noble goals, having a reference to the values ​​of freedom, justice, equality). The parents of the middle class are mostly active workers who spend a lot of time outside the home
Gustiana Yuantini, Hasmalena Hasmalena, Syafdaningsih Syafdaningsih
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 129-141; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.480

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This research aims to develop valid and practical student worksheet. Subjects in this research were B2 and B3 groups in state kindergarten of Pembina 2 Palembang. The model developed in this development was Rowntree consisting of One to one evaluation and small group evaluation. It was aimed to see the practicality and it used the Tessmer evaluation stage which consisted of self evaluation, expert review. Data collection techniques used in this research were interview, walkthrough and observation methods. According to the results of the research, it showed that the validity of the material and design obtained an average value of 3.77 in very valid categories. Student worksheet practicality test in terms of observations with a mean value of 95% in very practical category. The small group evaluation stage obtained an average score of 92% in the very practical category. Questionnaire result was 97% in valid category. From the result, it can be concluded that student worksheet theme of my homeland and sub-theme of Palembang city for group B children is valid and practical. It is also worth to use as learning student worksheet with Theme of my homeland
Nurul Maziyatul Hasanah
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 84-97; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.462

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The implementation of formal and non-formal education channels aims to find out how the service components are in Early Childhood Education. This type of research is qualitative research. The subject used in this study was the principal of Early Childhood Education Salsabila Al-Muthi’in Yogyakarta. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis used the Miles and Huberman model which included data presentation, data reduction, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that Salsabila Al-Muthi'in Integrated Early Childhood Education Yogyakarta, there are 7 components of Early Childhood Education implementation in providing formal and non-formal Early Childhood Education, among the seven components including: curriculum, students, educators and education staff, facilities and infrastructure, management, financing and partnership.a
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