Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Early Childhood Education (ICECE 2020)

Experiential Learning Methods to Improve Young Children’s Science Process Skills During Covid-19 Pandemic

Authors
Heni Nafiqoh, Ghina Wulansuci
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Heni Nafiqoh
Available Online 24 March 2021.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210322.004How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Experimental method, science process skills
Abstract
The research objective was to determine the effect of experiential learning methods on early childhood science process skills in the Covid-19 Era. This research is a pre-experimental design using one group pre-test & post-test design. This data collection technique uses observation, interviews, and documentation. The research subjects were 12 children, consisting of 7 boys and 5 girls aged 5 years. The score of the initial observation of children’s science process skills before the experimental method was carried out was 232 with an average of 19.33, the highest score of 22, the lowest score of 16, and SD = 2.31. The final observation score of early childhood science process skills after experimenting with the experimental method was 313 with an average of 26.08, the highest score was 30, the lowest score was 20, and SD = 3.31. Based on these data, it can be obtained count = 10.16 ≤ table = 1.79 counts can be seen through SPSS 22 for windows analysis and the t table can be seen through the t distribution critical value table with df or DB = 11 and α = 0.5. So it can be concluded that even though in the Covid-19 era the experimental method affected early childhood science process skills at TK Da’arurahma Majalaya Academic Year 2019/2020.
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