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Pelatihan Simulasi Kewirausahaan Bagi Anak Usia Dini di Kecamatan Ungaran Barat Kabupaten Semarang Taulany, Himmah; Dewi, Nufitriani Kartika; Prahesti, Swantyka Ilham
Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Vol 3 No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar Banten

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SIMULATION TRAINING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR EARLY CHILHOOD IN WEST UNGARAN SEMARANG. Community service activity at Kucica School, West Ungaran Sub-district, Semarang Regency is aimed to help Early Chilhood Education (PAUD) educators in Kucica and all Early Chilhood Education (PAUD) educators in general to organize entrepreneurship learning for early childhood. Early childhood characteristics that have not been able to think abstract require concrete learning and involve all the five senses. Community service activities are proposed after observing and analyzing existing problems in the field that is the need for learning innovation in entrepreneurship education in accordance with the characteristics of early childhood. The learning method that is done is the simulation of entrepreneurship of early childhood. This entrepreneurial simulation brings the real atmosphere of entrepreneurial activity with a microeconomic approach into the classroom but with a safe and comfortable atmosphere for young children to absorb entrepreneurial knowledge and experience. The simulation of early childhood entrepreneurship is intended so that the concepts and values ​​contained in entrepreneurship can be provided in early childhood. The ultimate goal of entrepreneurship education is the growth of the child entrepreneurial spirit from an early age in order to become a strong nation of children and able to compete in the next life arena.
Keefektifan Simulasi dalam Pembelajaran Kewirausahaan Bagi Anak Usia Dini Taulany, Himmah; Rusilowati, Ani; Mulyono, Sungkowo Edy
Journal of Primary Education Vol 6 No 2 (2017): Agustus 2017
Publisher : Journal of Primary Education

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui keefektifan simulasi dalam pembelajaran kewirausahaan bagi anak usia dini. Jenis penelitian yang dilakukan adalah penelitian eksperimen dengan desain eksperimen quasi-experimental design tipe nonequivalent control group design. Keefektifan simulasi dilihat dari hasil belajar anak meliputi aspek kognitif, afektif dan psikomotorik. Instrumen pengumpulan data aspek kognitif berupa lembar soal kewirausahaan anak usia dini dan data aspek afektif-psikomotorik berupa lembar observasi jiwa kewirausahaan anak. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa simulasi kewirausahaan berupa serangkaian kegiatan bermain peran sesuai tiga bagian proses ekonomi (mikroekonomi) yaitu produksi, distribusi dan konsumsi terbukti efektif dalam pembelajaran kewirausahaan bagi anak usia dini. Keefektifan simulasi terbukti dari hasil uji Two Related Samples Wilcoxon dan uji Mann Whitney U-Test serta dikuatkan oleh hasil uji Gain Ternormalisasi dan analisis penilaian berbasis perkembangan yang menunjukkan hasil belajar anak kelompok eksperimen lebih tinggi dibandingkan kelompok kontrol. Saran, materi kewirausahaan dapat digali lebih lanjut selain dari pendekatan mikroekonomi.This study is aimed for understanding of simulation effectivity in entrepreneurship education for pre-school children. The conducted research is quasi-experimental design with nonequivalent control group design type. Simulation effectivity is observed from student’s study report, including cognitive, affective, and psychomotoric aspecs. Instrumen used for cognitive data observation is pre-school student entrepreneurship test sheet, and for affective-psychomotoric data is using student’s entrepreneurship spirit test sheet. Result of this research is showing entrepreneurship simulation in form of serial of economy three parts process (microeconomy) role playing game, which are production, distribution, and consumption, is proven to be effective in entrepreneurship learning for pre-school students. Simulation’s effectiveness is verified using Two Related Samples Wilcoxon and Mann Whitney U-Test, which also reinforced by Normalized Gain test and Development based Assessment Analysis. Those tests resulting in increased performance of experimental student group compared to students in control group. For suggestion, entrepreneurship learning material can be further being studied aside from microeconomy approach.
JURNAL INDRIA (Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Prasekolah dan Sekolah Awal) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): Maret
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo

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This study aimed to find out the interpretation of the religious understanding of hearing and speech-impaired children whether it is in accordance with thinking theory in religious psychology according to Piaget, Salkind, Hurlock and Zakiah Daradjat. This qualitative research used interviews to obtain the interpretation of children's religious understanding. The eight aspects that are explored are religion, God, prayer, merit and sin, angels and demons, heaven and hell, death and doomsday. The results of this study indicated that 7 and 8 year old children with hearing impairments interpreted the eight aspects of the religion with religious symbols, and with something that is made real to them. This is in accordance with the theories of Piaget, Salkind, Hurlock, and Zakiah Daradjat; Children who are totally deaf could interpret religion, hell and death in more detail than children who still have very good hearing. From this study, it was also obtained the factors that influence and the constraints, namely age and its hearing impairement, were the reason for parents and teachers not to provide in-depth and precise information about religion due to limitations in communication. Therefore, the researcher provide advice in the form of a good two-way communication approach between parents and children and visual media become one of the good and appropriate communication media to help communicate with hearing and speech-impaired children.