Gambaran Pengetahuan Tutor Mengenai Tahapan Perkembangan Anak Usia 3-12 Tahun dan Peran Sebagai Role Model
Many children have dropped out of school or got less and decent education because of poverty. SA as one of the Non-Governmental Organization that forms out of school education become actively involved in helping low socioeconomic children in order to get rehearsal, additions or, facilitation of learning in accordance with the material taught in formal schools. Tutor SA coming from many educational background and work experience. Not all tutors have the same knowledge and experience before they engaged with children education. The purpose of this research is to get an tutor overview about development stages (physical, cognitive, and socioemotional) of children aged 3-12 year and their role as role models. Instrument tools which used in this study is questionnaire, interview and observation guides. Based on the results of quantitative research known that tutors knowledge about children aged 3-12 year stages development are sufficient. However, based on the results of qualitative studies it appears that the tutor still have difficulties when delivered the materials studies to children according with the stages of child development. Based on the results of research, tutor knowledge about their role as a role model are relatively adequate. Unfortunately it seemed that adequate knowledge is not kept pace with their behavior when they had their time with children
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