Preparing for Parenthood; Parenting Training Module on six Child Development Aspect in East Jakarta

  • Yenina Akmal Universitas Negeri Jakarta
  • Hikmah Universitas Negeri Jakarta
  • Astari Universitas Negeri Jakarta
  • Ichtineza Halida Hardono Universitas Negeri Jakarta

Abstract

 

The age period of 0-8 years is the most important moment for every human being to develop all the developmental features supported by parents at home and teachers / tutors at the Early Childhood Education Institute (ECE). In parenting, six main aspects must be known and applied by each parent. Lack of education, nutritional knowledge, care and care, and aspects of clean-living habits in the family can have an impact on children's growth and development processes. This study aims to develop a module 6 aspects of child development for parental guidance. This study uses a research and development approach to test the effectiveness of the posttest design. Respondents in this study are parents who have children up to 5 years and early childhood educators. The findings show that from these six main aspects, it seems that parents and ECE tutors do not yet understand the ECE concept. In another perspective, there is still a lack of knowledge about these 6 main aspects which require training and parenting modules to develop the 6 aspects of child development.

Keywords: Early Childhood Education, Child Development Aspect, Parenting Training Module

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Published
2019-12-12
How to Cite
Akmal, Y., Hikmah, Astari, & Hardono, I. H. (2019). Preparing for Parenthood; Parenting Training Module on six Child Development Aspect in East Jakarta. Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini, 13(2), 371 - 385. https://doi.org/10.21009/JPUD.132.12