Children's independence Skills Analysis at Low Socioeconomic Environment

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Title Children's independence Skills Analysis at Low Socioeconomic Environment
Creator Sri Wahyuni
Fadilah, Siti
Bastian, Adolf
Description Research suggests that child independence is more popular in countries with greater wealth and a higher percentage of the educated population. Various research implications expect children's independence and compliance to increase over time in developing countries. This study aims to describe the independence of early childhood who comes from low-income families or at low socioeconomic environment. Using quantitative descriptive, data collection techniques are carried out through a questionnaire. The study population was 30 respondents from the ECE institution who were included in the list of low-income families in 2018, using an area sampling technique. Overall, the teacher stated that all indicators of dependence on children from low-income families had reached the high category, which was 75%. The implication of further research is that aspects of independence in physical abilities, self-confidence, responsibility, discipline, sociability, sharing, and independence in terms of emotional control in early childhood can develop better in a low socio-economic environment.
 Keywords: Early Childhood, Independence skills, low-socioeconomic environment
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Publisher Program Studi Magister Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini
Date 2020-11-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini; Vol 14 No 2 (2020): Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini Volume 14 Number 2 November 2020 ; 303 - 312
JURNAL PENDIDIKAN USIA DINI; Vol 14 No 2 (2020): Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini Volume 14 Number 2 November 2020 ; 303 - 312
Language eng
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