Dewanti Handayani, Sri Sularti
Indonesian Journal of Early Childhood Education Studies

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Family and Community Participation in the Development of Early Childhood Education after the Policy Program of one Village one ECE Waluyo, Edi; Dewanti Handayani, Sri Sularti; Diana, Diana
Indonesian Journal of Early Childhood Education Studies Vol 7 No 2 (2018): November 2018
Publisher : Indonesian Journal of Early Childhood Education Studies

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Family and community participation in Early Childhood Education (ECE) after the policy program of one village one ECE shows that overall they can implement the program thoroughly, there is a need for close and more organized links between the village governments, ECE institutions and communities so that solutions and policies for internal problems in the ECE can be found together. Strengthening services with one village one ECE is a necessity in the hope that children in rural areas will be educated early on. Applying one village at least one ECE requires a lot of participation from various parties including the government at the village level.  
Perception of Primary School Teachers towards the Implementation of Project Based Learning Cintang, Nyai; Setyowati, Dewi Liesnoor; Dewanti Handayani, Sri Sularti
Journal of Primary Education Vol 6 No 2 (2017): Agustus 2017
Publisher : Journal of Primary Education

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The research focuses to study the perception of primary school teacher on project based learning. The teacher's perception of project based learning is related to the way the teacher designs and implements project based learning. This research aims to: (1) assess the teacher's perception on the implementation of project based learning in primary school, and (2) to study how the teacher interprets project based learning in the implementation. The result of this research shows that: (1) every teacher has a different perception on the implementation of project based learning. Teacher's perception is seen from the understanding of meaning, role of the teacher, role of the student, the required components to be prepared, the urgency and the advantages, as well as the assessment used by the teacher. (2) The teacher's perception on the implementation of project based learning is closely related to the way the teacher interprets project based learning. The interpretation of project based learning in terms of its implementation, use of guidance, defining problem, defining project, and the context of implementation. Based on the results, it can be concluded that teacher's perception on the implementation of project based learning in primary school has special characteristics which derive different interpretations of project based learning conducted in the pilot project primary school.
Picture as an Expressive Language of Early Childhood Noorlaila M.S, Iva; Dewanti Handayani, Sri Sularti; Hartono, Hartono
Catharsis Articles In Press 2019
Publisher : Catharsis

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Language development is one of the important aspects of early childhood, language development, in essence, is a child can accept (receptive) and express (expressive). This study aims to describe the expressive language of children in Siwi Unggul Kindergarten with the media of the images he made and to analyze and describe the results of children's drawings in terms of their nature and type. This type of research is qualitative research. This research was conducted in Siwi Unggul Kindergarten, Plantungan District, Kendal Regency. The subjects of the research were Siwi Unggul Kindergarten students. The informants consisted of children, teachers, and school principals. Data collection is done by observation, interviews, and documents. The data validity technique uses triangulation. While the data analysis is done using Marshall and Rossman's interactive model, which consists of organizing data, grouping by categories, themes, and answer patterns, testing assumptions or problems that exist with the data, finding alternative explanations for the data, writing research results. The results showed that the media images created by children based on their ideas and thoughts can provoke vocabulary and expression of children's symbols (pictures and writing) in kindergarten children. Parents and teachers are expected to accompany drawing activities to stimulate children's knowledge and expressive language.