Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2017)

The Evaluation of Early Childhood Education Curriculum Implementation with the Quality of Education in Kuntum Bumi kindergarten of Rantau Perapat Labuhan Batu Regency

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Junita Junita
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Junita Junita
Available Online October 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-17.2017.42How to use a DOI?
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Curriculum, School, Early Childhood Education.
Abstract
This study aimed to determine the state of the implementation of Early Childhood Education (ECE) curriculum with the quality of education in Kuntum Bumi Kindergarten of Rantauprapat Labuhanbatu regency. ECE conditions that developed in the community today were increasingly mushrooming, competing, and offering a variety of programs, especially ECE institutions located in the city. They created programs that were no longer concerned with the needs of children, but more directed to meet the wishes and prestige of parents. In order to recruit as many students as possible, they offered programs that were far from the character of young children, especially early childhood in Indonesia. The ECE curriculum was no longer in accordance with the reference that should be developed with the regulation of national education minister no. 58 2009 that all children were given the opportunity to develop themselves according to their respective potentials. The design used in this study was descriptive correlation which was the research relationship between two variables on a group of subjects to see the relationship between one variable with another variable. This study aimed to evaluate the implementation of the ECE Curriculum with the quality of education in Kuntum Bumi Kindergarten of Labuhanbatu regency. The method of data collection was conducted by following steps: (1) Researchers determined the respondents based on predetermined criteria. Respondents in this study were 10 people. The researcher gave the respondent's approval sheets before the questionnaires were completed. (2) Data collection in this study was conducted by using questionnaires that had been prepared by researchers and filled by respondents directly, the researcher explained the purpose of the data collection and explained how to fill the questionnaire. Respondents filled out questionnaires for approximately 15 minutes which would be accompanied by researchers so that manipulation of respondents' answers did not occur. (3) After all the respondents had filled out the questionnaire, all the data were collected to be analyzed. The research findings were (1) as many as 70% of respondents thought that the curriculum currently adopted by the school had been in accordance with the needs of students. (2) As many as 80% of respondents thought that the curriculum currently adopted by the school allowed teachers to create classroom learning plan easily. (3) As many as 60% of respondents thought that the approach currently used in the school curriculum did not match the characteristics of the students. (4) As many as 60% of respondents thought that the curriculum currently adopted by schools could not improve the quality of school education. (5) As many as 60% of respondents thought that the curriculum currently adopted by the school was not fun for teachers in classroom teaching. (6) As many as 60% of respondents thought that the curriculum currently adopted by the school was not fun for students in
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