Parental Perspectives on the Excellence of Computer Learning Media in Early Childhood Education

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Title Parental Perspectives on the Excellence of Computer Learning Media in Early Childhood Education
Creator Taufik, Ali
Apendi, Tatang
Saidi, Suid
Istiarsono, Zen
Description The introduction of basic computer media for early childhood is very important because it is one of the skills that children need in this century. Need to support parents and teachers in developing the implementation of the use of computer technology at home or at school. This study aims to determine and understand the state of learning conducted based on technology. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study model. This study involved 15 children and 5 parents. Data obtained through interviews (children and parents) and questionnaires for parents. The results showed that children who were introduced to and taught basic computers earlier became more skilled in learning activities. Suggestions for further research to be more in-depth both qualitatively and quantitatively explore the use of the latest technology to prepare future generations who have 21st century skills.
Keywords: Parental Perspective; Computer Learning; Early childhood education
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Publisher Program Studi Magister Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini
Date 2019-12-08
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source JURNAL PENDIDIKAN USIA DINI; Vol 13 No 2 (2019): Volume 13 Number 2 (2019) JPUD: Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini; 356 - 370
Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini; Vol 13 No 2 (2019): Volume 13 Number 2 (2019) JPUD: Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini; 356 - 370
Language eng
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