Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Nature-based Learning Analysis in the Nature School of Early Childhood Education-Barokallah Samarinda


Hasbi Sjamsir, Yuliani

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V13I2.211038

Keywords: Early Childhood Education, Nature-based Learning, Playing Ground.


Abstract

This study aims to describe the planning, implementation, and assessment of natural school-based learning in Early Childhood Education-Barokallah Samarinda. The research method used is qualitative research. Data collection techniques are through in-depth interviews, observation, documentation, and field notes. The data analysis technique used is the interactive flow model of Miles and Huberman (1994), by collecting data, reducting data, presenting data, and verifying or concluding. The credibility test uses data validity through triangulation. The results showed that 1) Nature-based learning planning in Early Childhood Education-Barokallah Samarinda, namely determining Basic Competence, determining teaching materials, learning activities, tools, and materials used to carry out activities. 2) Implementation of nature-based learning in Early Childhood Education-Barokallah, through playing ground. Nature-based learning is carried out in the classroom or outside the classroom and children learn about nature, using nature, and being with nature. 3) Evaluation of nature-based learning in Early Childhood Education-Barokallah uses assessment through observation, anecdotal notes, and portfolios.

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