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Early Childhood Research Journal
ISSN : 26556448     EISSN : 26559315     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) is a scientific journal of early childhood education program of Teaching and Education Faculty of Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta focusing on publication of scientific research result conducted by UMS's internal and external academicians, especially in early childhood education. Early childhood research journal (ECRJ) publishes scientific articles in the field of pure and applied science about early childhood education including innovative and creative learning and teaching on early childhood education, detection of growth and development for early childhood, early childhood studies about nutrition and health. The article based on research article, a critical, and comprehensive scientific study of the important and current issues covered by the journal Early childhood research journal (ECRJ).
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ARTS AND CRAFTS: FUN ACTIVITIES TO TRAIN EARLY CHILDHOOD COOPERATION Azhima, Idzni
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.2, December 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i2.7463

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Abstract : Cooperation is one form of an aspect of social emotional development that needs to be developed in early childhood to be able to have a collaborative attitude, interact with other people and have an attitude of responsibility for their work. Learning methods that can be used in an effort to improve the ability of child cooperation, namely by group work methods. In this study, group work was applied based on playing art and craft activities. The purpose of writing this article is to add an alternative method of learning to improve collaboration skills in early childhood.
ANALYZE ABILITY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD BASED ON GENDER Tanjung, Salsabila Hasiana; Suparno, Suparno
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.1, June 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i1.7194

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The experimental design in this study has a particular interest in making conclusions made about gender differences in the ability to analyze children aged 5 years in the perspective of Taxonomic Bloom. The problem in this research is represented by the sample of research subjects by using items that have been loaded instrument. Test reliability and heterogeneity of variance can be randomly drawn conclusions from the scores of women and men on the instrument used. The results showed a statistically significant effect size difference difference (.01 Mean) in favor of women. The magnitude of gender differences in the impact of learning outcomes, however, differs substantially throughout the specific product domain graphically.
OPTIMIZATION OF SPEAKING ABILITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD Manurung, Ade Karunia Rizky
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.2, December 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i2.7465

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abstract :Speech ability is a person's ability to express, convey, express and say something that is in someone's thoughts and feelings. The ability to speak has an important role in the success of socializing someone, because through speaking skills one can communicate and interact with people around him. This study aims to minimize speech delays in early childhood by optimizing learning in early childhood by stimulating children through learning media and adding literature to improve speaking skills in early childhood. 
STIMULATION OF LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE THROUGH PROJECT METHODS Rizki, Dita Aulia
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.1, June 2019 (In Press)
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The purpose of the study is to provide an overview and influence of the project method on the stimulation process of linguistic intelligence of children aged 4-5 years at the Bina Karsa Kindergarten in Lampung Province. The research method used is Action Research. Data collection techniques carried out through observation, interview stimulation of linguistic intelligence through project methods. Qualitative descriptive data analysis techniques, namely, a complete description of the process of linguistic intelligence stimulation activities through project methods and quantitative descriptive, the results of the percentage of the effect of the project method on the success of linguistic intelligence stimulation with stages through Cycle 1, Cycle 2 and so on. Samples selected by children aged 4-5 years at Bina Karsa Kindergarten. Sampling through interviews with teachers and direct observation. Linguistic intelligence is the intelligence of language intelligence in processing words or the ability to use words effectively both verbally and in writing. Project method is a project method is one method used to train children's ability to solve problems experienced by children in everyday life. Based on the pre-research results, it can be concluded that stimulation of linguistic intelligence through the activities and use of media in accordance with the activities of linguistic intelligence stimulation, and the method often used is the method of storytelling and play. The method of storytelling is not enough in the stimulation process, a trial using the project method is carried out.
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING MEDIA PRE READING ABILITY Siregar, Masyunita
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.1, June 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i1.7466

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The ability to read early is an important ability given to children. Through reading skills, children will be able to gain other knowledge. Learning media is a tool for delivering material and facilitating learning activities. Learning to procure media to improve the ability to read the beginning that is appropriate for children's development is very necessary. Wrong-name learning media is one of the new media alternatives to improve initial reading skills. The purpose of this article is to add learning media to request the ability to read the beginning. And to add to the literature about the ability to read the beginning. 
THE EXAMINING PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATION OF CHILDREN LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM BASED ON 2013 CURRICULUM Astuti S.Pd, M.Hum., Wili
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.2, December 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i2.10288

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The theory of early childhood education aims to expose and research the complexities of child education. The goal of the study was to define the philosophy of the Language Development Program based on the 2013 Early Childhood Education Curriculum. Data collection techniques in this study used direct observation and recording methods in the Lesson Plan in Language development program based on 2013 ECE curriculum, based on predetermined categories. Data sources in this study were all information written in the children's language development program which was prepared in accordance with the 2013 curriculum. The data will be analyzed by Qualitative content analysis. The finding led to the discovery of the philosophical foundation of children language development program which are dominated by Progresivism.
IMPLEMENTATION OF STEAM METHOD (SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ARTS AND MATHEMATICS) FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPING IN KINDERGARTEN MUTIARA PARADISE PEKALONGAN Tabiin, Ahmad
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.2, December 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i2.9903

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Suitable education in current development is surely required for every children in order to adapt with changes that occur, this certainly need to be addressed by looking for proper solution used in early childhood learning process, because early childhood education can give great benefit in growth and development for children, it also brings great positive impact for cognitive development, physical, emotional and social in children. Early childhood education is being talked about by applying new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.) method. This method focuses on collaboration, communication, research, problem solving, and critical thinking ability. Through this approach, children are expected, not only academically intelligent but also socially, it also can stimulate children development optimally.     Research aims to find out the extent of implementation STEAM Method for early childhood developing. Method used in the research is qualitative descriptive with classroom teacher, Headmaster, and children in Mutiara Paradise Kindergarten as data source. Techniques of data collection are interview, observation and documentation. Technique of analysis and data collection are reduction, data display and conclusion drawing/verification. The result of the research shows the implementation of STEAM Method is very useful for children development, not only the children able to think critically in solving problem, but also children encounter very good social development. 
PARENT PERSPECTIVE BASED ON SALARY LEVEL OF INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE CHILD THROUGH SLEEPING COMPANIONS Tanjung, Salsabila Hasiana; Suparno, Sup; Kamtini, Kamtini
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.1, June 2019 (In Press)
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Education with affection will shape the intrapersonal intelligence of the child the better also. Personality of children in adulthood in general is the formation of personality and education obtained by children through the people around him, especially the family. Activities of storytelling is done before bed can also be said hypnoparenting which is education done at the time of the child before bed. At that time, the child will easily receive an education packed with stories containing advice. Education by way of telling stories to advise on children has been done by parents of ancient times. This study was conducted by giving a questionnaire and conducting simple interviews to randomly selected parents regardless of the background of their lives except the amount of salary they earn each month. This research uses quantitative descriptive method by interviewing selected fifty randomly selected parents. That parents who earn salary at point A or with income Rp 500,000 - Rp 2,000,000 more often accompany child sleep and assume it is important for children with the reason his son still want to be accompanied sleep and feel like accompany the child to sleep because it has been working all day outside.
SCHOOL READINESS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN ENTERING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BASED ON NIJMEEGSE SCHOOLBEKWAAMHEIDS TEST (NST) (CASE STUDY AT EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AL HUSNA PENGGING BOYOLALI IN 2017) fauziyah, nur
Early Childhood Research Journal (ECRJ) Vol.2, No.2, December 2019 (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/ecrj.v2i2.7725

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This is descriptive research to find out school readiness in terms of N.S.T (Nijmeegse Schoolbekwaamheids Test) test results. Research uses quantitative approach. Subject of the research is students of early childhood education Al Husna Kindergarten B level in Pengging Boyolali which will enter elementary school. Number of research subject is 32 students. Measuring instrument used on the research is N.S.T (Nijmeegse Schoolbekwaamheids Test) and also observation. Analysis of data will be done quantitatively with simple statistic technique. Result of the research shows that from 32 students, 50% stated has readiness as much 16 students, 40,6% is quite ready as much 13 students meanwhile not ready is 9,4% as much 3 students.The most prominent aspect in its level of maturity is aspect of form observations and the ability to distinguish which is 84,4% for 27 students. The least aspect on the task of understanding the story is 25% for 8 students. Qualitatively, school readiness aspect from cognitive aspect is observation and the ability to distinguish, notions of big, number and comparison, concentrate and memory already reaches a fairly optimal level of maturity. Meanwhile related aspect with understanding stories and pictures of people skill the level of preparedness is not yet optimal.  
Developing Taking Perspective Skills of Children Aged 5-8 Years Through Story Book Reading Widyasari, Choiriyah; Ariatmi, Siti Zuhriah; Zainuddin, Almuntaqo
Early Childhood Research Journal Vol.1, No.1, December 2018 (In Press)
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Perspective taking is used by a child to understand the feelings or conditions of others and show affective response that is similar to what is felt by others. Children aged 5-8 are in the peak of developing their ability to recognize and understand others. As an attempt to develop such ability, teachers can perform the activities of picture story book reading that contain moral values to students. The present study aims to find out the differences in children’s perspective-taking skills before and after the activity of story book reading.The research used experimental design. The subjects were the students of TK Al Islam 1 Surakarta. The instrument used in this study was developed by the researchers. Prior to its implementation, construct validation was done resulted to the value of Content Validity Index (CVI) = 1.00. It showed that the instrument had good value and fulfilled the expected elements.The findings show the difference in the perspective-taking skills of children aged 5-8 years as indicated by the results of the pre- and post-experiment, with the mean X.1 = 21.75 > X.0 = 19.28. It implies that the activity of story book reading is effective in enhancing the perspective-taking skills of a child.

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