Parwoto ., Parwoto
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COMPUTER-BASED COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT MODEL BY APPLYING REGGIO EMILIA APPROACH TO KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN ., Parwoto
Journal of Educational Science and Technology Volume 1 Number 1 June 2015 : Inggris
Publisher : Program Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Makassar

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The main problem of this research is how to model computer-based cognitive development in Reggio Emilia approach which is developed can enhance children’s creative thinking in school. The research method used is a research and development. Data collection methods used questionnaire, interview, observation, and documentation. The data collected was processed by descriptive qualitative with percentage techniques to examine the category level and specific dimensions of the aspects measured. The stages of development model were conducted at the level of needs assesment, content validation, and operational or empirical validation of the model. The result of the needs assessment on PKBK-REA  model in general oriented on experience through the adoption of Microsoft paint program, Correl draw, and Adobe Photo is extremely  needed in schools, especially for gifted education services. Therefore, it is urgent to develop a computer-based cognitive development model oriented on the development of childrens creative thinking abilities. The results of the analysis of limited test and the class test reveal that there are significant differences between the a group of children who apply the Reggio Emelia approach and a group of children who apply the conventional learning, where creativity in playing computer for children who attend computer-based cognitive development model using Reggio Emelia approach is better than the ones who attend conventional learning. PKBK-REA model and devices that have been developed are effective and efficient in the development of kindergarten childrens creativity Keywords: Model, cognitive, computer, Reggio Emilia, children, kindergarden
MODEL PENGEMBANGAN KOGNITIF BERBASIS KOMPUTER DENGAN PENERAPAN PENDEKATAN REGGIO EMILIA PADA ANAK TAMAN KANAK-KANAK ., Parwoto
Journal of Educational Science and Technology (EST) Volume 1 Nomor 1 Juni 2015 : Indonesia
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Makassar

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The main problem of this research is how to model computer -based cognitive development in Reggio Emilia approach developed to enhance the creative thinking of children in school . The research method used is a research and development (Research and Development ). Data collection methods used questionnaire , interview , observation and documentation. The data collected was processed by descriptive qualitative techniques to see the percentage of category level and specific dimensions of the aspects measured . Pemerian performed at the level of the needs assessment , content validation , and operational ataau empirical validation of the model. The results of the needs assessment models in general PKBK-REA - oriented game experience through the adoption of microsoft paint program , CORREL draw , and adop photo is needed in schools , especially for gifted education services . Therefore, it is urgent to develop a computer -based model of cognitive development oriented to the development of childrens creative thinking abilities. The result of the analysis is limited and the class test showed that there were significant differences between the groups of children creativity of children who follow the Reggio Emelia approach and the conventional , where creativity plays a computer for the children who attend computer-based model of cognitive development Reggio Emelia approach is better than the group children who attend conventional learning . (9) PKBK - REA models and tools that have been developed effectively and efficiently in the development of kindergarten childrens creativity