Case Study: Exploring Golden Age Students’ Ability and Identifying Learning Activities in Kindergarten

Rohmadi, M and Sudaryanto, M and Ulya, C and Akbariski, H S and Putri, U R (2020) Case Study: Exploring Golden Age Students’ Ability and Identifying Learning Activities in Kindergarten. In: B-SPACE 2019, 26-28 November 2019, Malang, East Java, Indonesia.

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Children or young learners’ cognitive development must be built early because their age is in the golden period, early learning is used to find out how children learn. The children's cognitive development is adjusted to the age of the child because each child has a different development. Data collection techniques in this research in the form of interviews and observations. The interview is a process of collecting data through questioners and interviewees. The purpose of the interview is to find out in depth the appropriate method of teaching children or young learner. In addition, the interview aims to find out the children's problems at the time. Every child is born with different abilities, be it intelligence, talent, physical strength, and social skills. Therefore, in educating their students, teachers certainly find convenience and difficulty. The ease that is found in early childhood or young learner teachers is innocence in children. The innocence of children makes it easy for teachers to provide understanding and instill a thing for whatever reason the child will accept it. Student learning methods are used in a balanced way. Balanced learning will produce student assessment instruments. However, student learning methods are also flexible in that their use is adapted to the character of each child.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: kindergarten golden age student needs
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 09 Jul 2021 08:38
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2021 08:38

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