CHILD FRIENDLY SCHOOL-BASED LEARNING PROCESS IMPLEMENTATION IN AL-ABIDIN SDII SURAKARTA
Rahmawati, Fitri Puji
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The purpose of this study is to describe child-friendly school-based learning process implementation carried out in SDII Al-Abidin Surakarta. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The main data sources of this research is the principal, teachers, and students in SDII Al Abidin Surakarta. Collecting data using the method of observation, interview, and documentation. Data analysis techniques with interactive analysis model. Validation data using triangulation of data or sources, which collects data similar or equal to several different data sources as those in front and triangulation methods: interview, observation, document analysis. Implementation of natural resource-based learning process in accordance Ministerial Regulation Women's Empowerment and Child Protection number 8 in 2014 was carried out by Al-Abidin SDII. The indicators have been reached, among others: the subject matter is tailored to policy child-friendly schools, develop the diversity of characters provides students with a learning experience that is diverse, implementing the learning process fun, affection, free from discrimination, develop interests, talents, and innovation student, has decent facilities for learning, play, beristirhat, and exercise, applying habituation-conditioning caring and cultured, as well as the communication between teachers, students, and parents. Indicators of implementation of the learning process that has not been achieved in SDII Al-Abidin is not done to complete the inclusive education, the subject matter that expands the CRC materials, and documentation of tools educational programs by SNI.