JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development

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ISSN / EISSN : 27158454 / 27158446
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La Hewi, Surpida Surpida
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 115-128; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.468

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The game can not be separated from learning in early childhood. Games that involve several children will establish social relationships between one child and another child. PAUD unit educators pay less attention to stimulation in the development of prosocial behavior of children but most educators focus on providing stimulation for cognitive aspects, language and religious and moral values ​​as an important aspect of development to be stimulated. The dice game is used to stimulate the development of prosocial behavior of early childhood group A RA An-Nur, Kendari City. The research method used is action research. The model chosen for action is the Kemmis and Taggart cycle which has four stages of planning, action, observation and reflection. Data on the development of a child's prosocial behavior were obtained through observation and subsequent documentation analyzed using a percentage. The study was conducted in two cycles, each cycle having three meetings. The results showed that dice games can improve the development of prosocial behavior in early childhood.
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
Wardah Anggraini, Anggi Darma Putri
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 104-114; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.466

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This study aims to find out how the application of the role playing method in developing cognitive skills of children aged 5-6 years. The problem in this study is the low cognitive development of children aged 5-6 years and the hope that the role playing method still uses limited media in RA Az-Zahra Natar, South Lampung. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method that describes how the role playing method is used at RA Az-Zahra Natar, South Lampung. Data collection techniques used were observation, interviews and documentation. Analysis of the data used is the analysis of miles and huberman model data, namely data reduction, data collection and conclusion drawing. Based on data collection and analysis conducted there are several findings of research results about playing a role in developing cognitive children aged 5-6 years. The results of this research are the application of the steps used in role playing, i.eWarming up (warming up), participants (choosing players), setting the stage, observers (preparing observers), holding (ensuring roles), discussion and evaluation, reusing (playing back roles), second discussion and evaluation, various conclusions and experiences
Muhammad Khoiruzzadi, Nur Fajriyah
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 142-154; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.481

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Toilet training is one way that teachers can do in the development of children's independence. This study aims to describe the implementation of toilet training in exercising independence in children aged 2-3 years. This research is a field research with descriptive qualitative approach. The source of the data was taken from the results of the class teacher and school principal interviews as well as the observations of the students playing the Al-Ikhlas class aged 2-3 years at the Ulul Albab Integrated Islamic Palace Kraton Pekalongan City. The results of the study show the purpose of toilet training is to train children's independence in toileting, to introduce early on unclean objects, to identify items in the toilet and to properly teach urinating and defecating. The implementation of toilet training starts with planning, that is preparing story material from story books on the themes of activities in the toilet, the implementation is carried out by the teacher using the habituation method and the method of storytelling, and evaluating that the teacher assigns tasks to the child in the form of direct practice about activities related with toilet training
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
Aprilia Rahmawati, Juhaeni Juhaeni, Siti Aisah, Ayu Kinasih, Nur Shibyany
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 98-103; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i2.463

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Children with special needs including children who are deaf-speech are children who have the right to get teaching and develop according to their potential. Like normal children in general, children who are deaf-mute have problems that must be resolved so that they can perform maximally. One of them is by providing education. Education is very important in life to eradicate ignorance. Teachers and parents must also be seen in the teaching process of students. For this reason, class management must also be in accordance with the conditions of students so that students are interested and can follow the learning well and in accordance with what is expected
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
Jauharotur Rihlah
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 9-20; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i1.499

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Growth (growth) is an increase in the size of various organs that can be measured by the size of weight (grams, kilograms) or length (centimeters, meters). Development (development) is the increase in the ability or expertise in the structure and function of the body more complex, in an orderly pattern, as a result of the process of maturation. Keep in mind that the growth and development of each individual is unique. This is caused by several factors including genetic factors (heredity), environment (whether biological or psychological) and behavior (state / behavior in the family). For optimal growth and development of children, the environment must be considered, it must support the biological and psychological health of children, nutrition, must be sufficient and balanced, regularity to health services includes, providing immunization, rest and sleep must be sufficient and avoid fatigue. By using the content analysis method and documentary study, this research seeks to describe the meaning of early childhood growth and development stimulation in physical and mental perspectives. Appropriate stimulation will further optimize multi aspects in children, especially in terms of physical and mental.
Alfiatul Izzati Irawan
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 37-49; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i1.503

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This research was motivated by the ability to recognize symbols number 1-10 at low Raudlatul Athfal Babussalam. This is evidenced by student learning outcomes that show 78.26% of children do not know the symbol number 1-10 in the age range 4-5 years. This study aims to determine the learning process of recognizing the symbol numbers 1-10 in Group A at Raudlatul Athfal Babussalam, Krian, Sidoarjo by using Puzzle number media. As well as to find out the ability to recognize the symbol numbers 1-10 in Group A at Raudlatul Athfal Babussalam, Krian, Sidoarjo through the use of Puzzle numbers. The method used in this study is classroom action research with Kurt Lewin's model. This research was from Pre Cycle, Cycle I, Cycle II, and Cycle III. In Cycle I, Cycle II, and Cycle III consists of four stages, namely planning, action, observation, and reflection. The subjects of this study were students of Raudlatul Athfal Group A1 Age 4-5 years with 23 children. The research results are as follows: 1) Learning by using Puzzle fruit media numbers can run well in each cycle. This can be seen from the observations of teacher and student activities. The results of teacher activity in the first cycle reached 78.6%, (enough) 83.4% cycle II (sufficient), and 92.8% (good) cycle III. While the results of observations of student activities in the first cycle reached 76.2% (enough), cycle II 83.4% (enough), and cycle III 94.04% (very good). 2) There is an increase in the ability to recognize the symbol number 1-10 after the use of media numbers Puzzle numbers. This can be seen from the results of children's learning completeness at the first cycle stage 39.2% (Not Developed) with an average of 50.35 (enough), cycle II results of 60.9% (Starting to Grow) with the average learning outcomes of children 68.09 (enough), and cycle III results of 91.4% of children's learning outcomes (Very Good Developing) with an average of 82.9 (good). The increase in cycle III occurs when the use of fruit puzzle media is accompanied by singing method while writing numbers. Children will get the experience of writing numbers concretely through the song "numbers". So that in this case the child memorizes the form from the symbol number 1 to 10
Siti Karoma
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 1, pp 60-66; doi:10.15642/jeced.v1i1.501

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This research is motivated by the difficulty of children aged 3-4 years in recognizing five vowels that is often children fnd it difficult to mention and distinguish vowels such as the letter “e”, “u” and “o”. While the letters that are always emembered by children are the letters “i” and the letter “a”. This study aims to describe the learning process by using letter ball media in order to improve the ability to recognize five vowels in children aged 3-4 years and to find out the increased ability to recognize five vowel letters the use of lette ball media in children aged 3-4 years. The method used in this research is classroom action research. This research consisted of pre cycle, cycle I, cyle II, cyle III. Data collection techniques in this study used observation, interviews, non-test assessment, and documentation. The analysis technique in this study uses quantitative descriptive analysis, the results of this study are the se of letter ball media developed very well in cycle III by using letter ball media plus media decorating plastic cups.
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