Development of Learning Models through Relay Games to Improve Fine Motoric Children Aged 5-6 Years
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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of learning modelsthrough relay games to improve fine motor skills for children aged 5-6 years. This research and development refers to the Borg & Gall model. Development design is grouped into 3 steps, namely: (1) preliminary study, (2) development process, and (3) trial and finalization. The subjects of the initial (limited) field trials were 10 children and 1 teacher from the B TK group Sta. Theresia Tunas Harapan. The subject of field trials (broad) was 12 children from one school namely TK Sto. Dominic Weepangali and 15 children from Eben Haezer kindergarten. The operational test subjects were 40 children from Bina Taqwa Islamic Kindergarten. Data collection tools used in this study are interviews and observations. Data analysis techniques using Paired Samples Test with a significance level of 0.05. The results showed that the model of learning through relay games in terms of material and appearance according to experts was categorized as "very good" and the appearance of the media was categorized as "good". There is a difference in the value of the final learning outcomes between pretest and posttest after using the learning tools resulting from the development of the learning model through relay games with p <0.05 which is a significant value of 0,000. This shows that the learning model through relay games can improve the child's fine motor skills, especially the Islamic Kindergarten Bina Taqwa and Kindergarten St. Dominic.
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TY - CONF AU - Lidia Vera Bessu AU - Panggung Sutapa PY - 2018/12 DA - 2018/12 TI - Development of Learning Models through Relay Games to Improve Fine Motoric Children Aged 5-6 Years BT - Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pasific Education Conference (AECON 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 73 EP - 76 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aecon-18.2018.16 DO - 10.2991/aecon-18.2018.16 ID - VeraBessu2018/12 ER -