JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development

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ISSN / EISSN : 2715-8454 / 2715-8446
Current Publisher: State Islamic University (UIN) of Sunan Ampel (10.15642)
Total articles ≅ 28
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Eka Damayanti, Umaemah Marsuki Ar, Ismawati Ismawati
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 87-96; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i2.686

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This study aims to determine the criteria for social development in children 11 months based on the Standard Level of Child Development Achievement and formulate appropriate stimulation based on the theory of child development. The research was conducted using a descriptive qualitative approach. The research subjects were two children aged 11 months who were selected by purposive sampling. The data were collected from observation and direct interview techniques then analyzed descriptively. The results showed that both children (HM and D) had met the age standard in terms of research desires with various body movements and simple word expressions, how to express feelings such as, how to apply and kiss. The forms of stimulation performed by parents or caregivers of children include: (1) building attachment with children; (2) invite the child to have a conversation or A with the closest person; and (3) inviting children to play with their peers.
Cindra Suryaputri Anggraeni, Nur Hidayati, Hernik Farisia, Khoirulliati Khoirulliati
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 97-108; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i2.915

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This study discusses parenting styles in assisting students’ learning with blended learning model in RA. Sunan Ampel, Pasuruan. During the Covid-19 pandemi, RA Sunan Ampel implemented a blended learning model by combining online and offline learning. This study implies descriptive quantitative approach that used questionnaire as the instruments to collect the data. The questionnaire was distributed online to 11 parents of RA students as respondents. The results showed that almost parents have a authoritative parenting style indicated by parents’ attitude in engaging children to learning while playing. Meanwhile, such parents also applied permissive parenting characterized by parents’ intervention on children’s activites and no force for children to learn. Besides that, parents with authoritarian showed that they obey strict rules and punishments when children broke the rules. Above all, such uninvolved parenting implemented during the covid-19 indicated by negligent attitude of parents in engaging students’ learning.
Fuad Aminur Rahman, Acep Awaludin
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 109-116; doi: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; doi: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; doi: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.
Ratna Pangastuti, Fifi Pratiwi, Alma’Atus Fahyuni, Kammariyati Kammariyati
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 132-146; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i2.727

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The problem in this study is how the influence of parental assistance on children's independence and responsibility while learning from home is seen from parental assistance at RA Al-Amien Kamal Bangkalan. This study aims to describe the effect of parental assistance on children's independence and responsibility while learning from home. Our research is using quantitative research. The population of this research is the parents of B3 grade children at RA Al - Amien. Learning in kindergarten or RA schools in this study uses online learning with the guidance of parents and teachers at school. Students do online learning and interact with teachers using the Whatsapp Group application. This study aims to determine the effect of parental assistance on children's independence and responsibility while learning from home. Respondents taken were parents of students in the Perumnas Kamal Bangkalan area. The results showed that parental assistance greatly influences the independence and responsibility of children while learning from home.
Al-Qudus Nofiandri Eko Sucipto Dwijo, Sri Indarwati, Citra Amaliyah Saraswita Suwandini, Siti Mustainah
JECED : Journal of Early Childhood Education and Development, Volume 2, pp 124-131; doi:10.15642/jeced.v2i2.840

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This study aims to determine the online learning methods used by RA AL Qodir teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the media used to communicate with children during the distance learning process. This research is a descriptive analytic type of research with a qualitative.-phenomenological approach. The subjects of thid study were the Head of RA, teachers and students. The research instruments used were interviews, documentation and observation of the research subject. The results of this study are that teachers must be able to use learning methods that are appropriate to the situation and conditions. The learning methods used at RA AL Qodir during the COVID-19 pandemic were playing methods, chatting, demonstrations,telling stories and assigning assignments. Distance learning is no longer an obstacle to the stopping of the teaching and learning process because it has provided facilities and opportunities in various conditions, including the COVID-19 pandemic. The WhatsApp application is a learning medium to communicate and discuss with each other. Teachers who are creative and discuss with each other. Teachers who are creative and innovatice in presenting learning materials have an effect on children’s learning outcomes and children’s learning interests
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.
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
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