Descriptive Analysis of Parent Involvement in Learning Students Special Needs in Inclusive Schools
- parents, students with special needs, inclusive education
The research is intended to describe the involvement of parents of special needs students in children's education in inclusive schools. The study was conducted with a quantitative descriptive research approach, data collection was done through quisioner techniques and interviews as supporters. Analysis using percentage descriptive statistics. The results showed: (1) The involvement of parents was 34% good, 36% was enough, 26% was lacking, and 4% was very lacking. (2) Efforts that have been made by the school in involving parents in: (a) planning aspects 42% are good, 33% are sufficient, 20% are lacking, and 5% are very lacking. (b) program implementation aspects 26% are good, 39% are sufficient, 31% are lacking, and 4% are very lacking. (c) assessment aspects 33% good, 37% sufficient, 25% less, and 5% very poor. (d) mentoring aspects 38% good, 39% sufficient, 20% less, and 3% very less. (e) the drafting aspect of the PPI is 27% good, 34% sufficient, 34% less, 5% very lacking. (3) Constraints encountered in involving parents in school education are: (a) parents do not go to school, (b) there are often different perceptions about the ability of students and teachers. (c) parents cover up their abilities. (d) parents are less cooperative with the teacher. (4) Parental constraints to getting involved in school education are: (a) Parents work. (b) limited knowledge so that they do not understand what must be done. (c) Not having enough time.
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TY - CONF AU - Wagino AU - Ima Kurrotun Ainin AU - Bambang Dibyo Wiyono PY - 2019/12 DA - 2019/12 TI - Descriptive Analysis of Parent Involvement in Learning Students Special Needs in Inclusive Schools BT - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Special Education (ICSE 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 211 EP - 215 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/125928847 ID - 2019/12 ER -