International Journal of Emerging Issues in Early Childhood Education https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece <p><strong>Name</strong>: International Journal of Emerging Issues in Early Childhood Education (IJEIECE)<br /><strong>P-ISSN: </strong>2655-9986<strong><br />E-ISSN: </strong>2685-4074<strong><br />DOI: </strong>10.31098/ijeiece<strong><br />Period: </strong>May and November<strong><br />Indexing and Abstracting: </strong> DOAJ, Dimensions, Google Scholar.<strong><br />Publisher: </strong>Research Synergy Foundation and Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Terbuka<strong><br />Founded: </strong>2016</p> en-US <p><strong><span>Content Licensing, Copyright, and Permissions</span></strong></p><p><strong>1. 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The author acknowledges that the article may be published so that it will be publicly accessible and such access will be free of charge for the readers</p> udan@ecampus.ut.ac.id (Udan Kusmawan) ani.wahyu@researchsynergy.org (Ani Wahyu Rachmawati, M.SM) Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.2.1.2 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Steps of Cutting to Improve Psychomotor Abilities for Early Children, Age Group 4-6 Years https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/529 <p>Pshycomotor is a movement that only involves certain parts of the body that are carried out by small muscles. Therefore Pshycmotor movements do not really need energy, but require careful coordination and accuracy. Pshycomotor skills begin to develop after starting with very simple activities such as holding a pencil, holding a spoon, and stirring. Cutting is easy, but if it does not go through the proper steps, the results of the cut will not be as expected. Scissors is a continuation of the stages of paper tearing activities in early childhood, cutting activities intended to train the child's Pshycomotorics, especially training the fingers of the child with paper media and knobs with certain stages and patterns</p> <p><em> </em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords</em></strong><em>: Cutting is Part of The Pshycomotoric Stages of Early Childhood</em></p> Lukman Hamid Copyright (c) 2021 Lukman Hamid https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/529 Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 The Influence of the Application of Audio Visual Learning Media in Increasing the Religious and Moral Value of Children Aged 5-6 Years in Adabiah Kindergarten, Padang City https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/530 <p>The research was motivated by the low development of religious and moral values (NAM) of children aged 5-6 years at Adabiah Kindergarten in Padang City. Judging from the development of NAM many children who have not been able to know religion and religious holidays. The research aims to determine the Effect of The Application of Audio Visual Learning Media in Improving NAM Children Aged 5-6 Years. This type of research is quasai experimental desaign. Population of all children Aged 5-6 years, selected samples of grades B1 and B2. Sampling techniques using purposive sampling techniques, using the t-test formula. Analysis of normal and homogeneous distributed data, then conducted hypothetical tests with t-test showed obtained . thitung &gt;ttabel (2,301 &gt; 2,048), then Ho was rejected and Ha accepted. Conclusion "there is an influence on the application of audio visual learning media in improving nam children aged 5-6 years in Adabiah Padang Kindergarten.</p> <p><br>Keywords : Audio visual media; Religious and moral values; experiment.</p> Yessi Rifmasari Copyright (c) 2021 Yessi Rifmasari https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/530 Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 SIM PAUD Application Training in Improving Teacher IT Skills at PPT Permata Hati Bendul Merisi Wonocolo District https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/727 <p>As science and technology advance along with the growth of industry 4.0, teachers are expected to be able to adjust their skills to current demands. In a specific subject, skills or knowledge that are defined by professionalism become the most essential item as the field's flagship. Competence is required in all disciplines, including teaching methods. The role of teachers in educating and attempts to maximize all brain cells in children are inextricably linked to the success of Early Childhood Education. Given the golden age in humans is 0-6 years. Thus, this study aims to identify the readiness of teacher competencies to educate students in the face of an ever-increasing flow of technology. The objective&nbsp;of this study was to discuss the IT training provided at PPT Permata Hati to help teachers enhance their IT skills in creating online lesson plans. A qualitative method was employed in this study, utilizing a case study approach. Data was gathered through interviews, documentation, and activity pictures.</p> <p>The results of this study revealed the progression of the educational process at PPT Permata Hati in Bendul Merisi Village, Wonocolo District, from the creation of learning activity plans by teachers using the SIM PAUD application to online performance reporting through the Surabaya City Department of Education's website. The training outlined the principal's training, which included everything from an introduction to how to use the program. A presentation and on-the-job training methodology were employed as the training model. The originality or value of this study is that it discusses the training given to early childhood teachers on how to use the Surabaya City Department of Education's information technology "PAUD SIM" to create Weekly Learning Implementation Plans.</p> Firda Rizqy Amalia, Suryanto Suryanto Copyright (c) 2021 Firda Rizqy Amalia, Suryanto Suryanto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/727 Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Correlational Study of Culturally-Based Instructional Strategy and Cognitive Competencies on Problem Solving, Speaking and Listening: An Evidence in Oyo State Nigeria https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/564 <p>The study examined the impact of culturally based Instructional strategy (indigenous songs, rhymes, games, stories, language of the immediate environment and instructional materials) on pre-primary school children’s cognitive competence with special attention to problem-solving, speaking and listening skills. Socio-cultural theory provided the framework, while pretest-posttest control group quasi-experimental design was adopted. 74 children (44 males and 30 females) with a mean age of 5.61 from four pre-primary schools (two public and private schools) were purposively selected from two local government areas, and randomised into CIBS and conventional groups respectively. Children’s Cognitive Competence Rating Scale (r = 0.89) and CBIS Instructional Guide were used to collect the study data. Paired sample t-test and Analysis of covariance(ANCOVA) were used to analyse the data. There was a significant main effect of treatment on children’s cognitive competence (<sub>F(1,65)</sub> = 10.31; partial ?<sup>2</sup> = 0.14). CIBS was found to be potent in enhancing pre-primary school children’s cognitive competence, especially in problem-solving, speaking, and listening skills. Teaching and learning activities at the pre-primary school level should employ a culturally-based instructional strategy.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Oluyemisi Majebi, Esther Oduolowu Copyright (c) 2021 Oluyemisi Majebi, Esther Oduolowu https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/564 Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 The Development of Kindergarten Teacher’s Personality Through Knowledge Sharing During The Covid-19 Pandemic https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/717 <p>Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on education, as well as occured in early childhood education where the learning process is conducted online. Changes in the learning process that suddenly happened makes teachers don’t have the readiness to change even a teacher who holds an essential role in education is required to have the readiness to face change. Hence, the teacher must have personality competence to support the learning process’s success. This study discusses kindergarten teacher’s personality development through knowledge sharing in dealing with the learning process’s changes during the Covid-19 pandemic. The methodology in this study used a qualitative approach with case study type and descriptive data analysis technique. The data were collected through the deep interview method, and the informants were the principal and four teachers of Kartini Amadanom Kindergarten. The result of this study indicated that knowledge sharing made a positive contribution to teacher’s personality development endeavors. In other words, if knowledge sharing with teachers is conducted well, the teacher’s personality development endeavor well. This study has limitations, such as the fact that the research scope is limited to one school. In further research, researchers can discover further a teacher’s personality development through knowledge sharing by comparing to data from other schools and adding it as another method to accelerate the development of teachers’ personalities. This study gives an alternative solution to develop the teacher’s personality to confront online learning as an effect of the Covid-19 pandemic. The result of knowledge sharing aims to arrange the process of online learning.</p> Evrilia Silvia Ningrum, Suryanto Suryanto Copyright (c) 2021 Evrilia Silvia Ningrum, Suryanto Suryanto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/717 Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Attitude of Male Inservice and Preservice Earlychildhood Teachers towards Working in Preschool Centers in Ibadan, Nigeria https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/536 <p>Preschool Education provides foundation for all round development, enables the child to understand various issues and fit in well into the society. Although it is the duty of both male and female early childhood educators to help children develop holistically, statistics has shown that more female care givers work in preschool centers across the country than male. Even in some foreign countries, this problem remains the same. However, researches have tried to identify the cause of this gender inequality or disparity but have only sampled the opinion of others about this without adequately considering the attitude of the male early childhood educators. Hence, this study investigated the attitude of male early childhood educators towards working in preschool centers in Ibadan. The study adopted a mixed method research approach and the design is explanatory triangulation of QUAN + QUAL type. Proportional stratified sampling technique was used to select 150 in-service and 150 pre-service male early childhood educators from the 3 local government areas selected. One instrument was used to gather the quantitative data. Interview of in-services and pre-service early childhood educators also form source of qualitative data. The study found out that the attitude of early childhood educators is not encouraging. It also found out that there is no significant difference between in-services and pre service early childhood educators in their attitude towards working in preschool. It was recommended that investment should be made into early childhood education level so as to make the salary attractive for most male educators.</p> Amosun Moses , Lawrence Ogunniyi, Ogunbiyi Funke Copyright (c) 2021 Amosun Moses , Lawrence Ogunniyi, Ogunbiyi Funke https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 https://journals.researchsynergypress.com/index.php/ijeiece/article/view/536 Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +0000