The Role of Group Dynamics in Shaping Social Behavior Early Childhood in A Kindergarten, Bogor, Indonesia

Gunawan, Ronny (2017) The Role of Group Dynamics in Shaping Social Behavior Early Childhood in A Kindergarten, Bogor, Indonesia. In: Proceeding: The 2nd International Conference on Learning Innovation and Quality Education (ICLIQE 2017). ICLIQE 2017, Surakarta, pp. 198-204. ISBN 978 602 51661 0 5

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Abstract

Early Childhood is a gold generation aged 2 to 6 years which is very valuable for a nation in the future, therefore the formation of early childhood is the responsibility of parents and school. In Early Childhood Education does not emphasize the ability to read, write, and arithmetic, but also more emphasis on aspects of the formation of social behavior. The formation of early childhood social behavior in schools can be applied through group dynamics. In group dynamics every child can learn or be guided to respect others, share food, respect each opinion from his friends and help others who have difficulty in learning so that children's social behavior can begin to be established. The group dynamics applied in schools is to form learning groups, where social behavior can be observed according to age level. This study uses qualitative methods and triangulation techniques, where the study group is divided into three parts, namely Play Group age 2 s / d 4 years, study group A age 4 s / d 5 years, and study group B age 5 s / d 6 years and researchers make observations on each student's social behavior. The results of this study indicate that group dynamics have a significant role in shaping the social behavior of early childhood in Kindergarten.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: EDUCATION > Theory and practice of education > Early childhood education
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 10 Apr 2019 06:35
Last Modified: 10 Apr 2019 06:35
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/718

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