Perilaku Prososial (Prosocial Behavior) Anak Usia Dini dan Pengelolaan Kelas melalui Pengelompokan Usia Rangkap (Multiage Grouping)

Elvrida Sandra Matondang
Journal article Eduhumaniora • January 2016

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(Bahasa Indonesia, 14 pages)

Abstract

The aspect of moral development is of great concern of early childhood caregivers. Moral development, which is now better known as prosocial behaviors include behaviors such as empathy, generosity, cooperation, caring, and many more. Various attempts to build prosocial behavior has been carried out in kindergarten, including in one of International preschools in Bandung that management class is using the multiage grouping. According to this phenomenon which needed to be achieved, such as the form of prosocial behavior of the child at the multiage grouping, factors that affect the incidence of prosocial behavior in multiage grouping, teachers intervention to any problems relate to prosocial behavior in the multiage grouping, the efforts of teachers to develop prosocial behavior in multiage grouping, the efforts of teachers to manage classes with the concept of multiage grouping. The purpose of doing this research on the grounds of how the management class that uses multiage grouping can increase prosocial behavior of children between the age range of 3-6 years. The method used in this study is a qualitative approach using case studies, data collection is done by observation, interview and documentation. The findings of this study represent children's prosocial behavior in the form of cooperative behavior, friendship, helping, sharing, and caring. Children prosocial behavior should practically continually place in their environment and if the foundation is strong enough, they will easily adjust to school environment, especially in a school where the class management is using multiage grouping.

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Eduhumaniora

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