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

Teachers’ Competencies of Inclusive Early Childhood Education on Social Justice Perspective

Authors
Dina Novitasari Nasution, Rudiyanto
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Dina Novitasari Nasution
Available Online 24 March 2021.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210322.025How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Teacher competencies, inclusive early childhood education, children diversity
Abstract
Inclusive early childhood education is an educational institution which is an early childhood part in getting equal education in the same learning environment regardless of race, religion, culture, economy, or even the physical condition of the child. In addition, development and learning include all the potential of the child. Therefore, in facing the diversity of children’s characteristics, teachers are required to have more understanding and ability to deal with the inclusive children. The study aims to explore how the teacher competencies of inclusive early childhood education use an anti-biased approach towards multicultural children. Based on the finding of previous study about inclusive early childhood education teachers, the study can explore the development of early childhood education teacher competencies towards multicultural awareness and differences in children’s physical condition. Furthermore, it can be used as a basis and study of the teacher competencies of inclusive early childhood education in the social justice perspective anti-biased towards the children with multicultural and different physical conditions. The study suggests that it can improve the teacher competencies of early childhood education in dealing with the inclusive children.
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