OPTIMALISASI METODE BERMAIN PERAN DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN ALAT PERMAINAN EDUKATIF DALAM MENGASAH PERCAYA DIRI ANAK USIA DINI

Nisa Khoerunnisa

Abstract


Early childhood education is educational institution which aims at developing childrens’ potentials. These potentials are foundation of children to explore their later stages of development. One of many skills children must have is confidency. Confidency is one aspect of personality traits that plays significant part in human life. However, due to teachers’ efforts to develope confidency within childrens’ mind, teachers often find many barriers in their way. One of such barriers is the emerging nonconfidence within children. Inferiority, shy, fear, and undersocialization are some of the suspected factors believed to trigger nonconfidence in children. Method of role play using educative toys is one of many methods used by teachers to develop confidency of children in their early childhood. Method of role play can be played by several children. Each child plays different role and tries to dramatize behaviours perceived as fit to the given role in everyday social interactions.

 

Keywords: Confidency, method of role play, educative toys.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21093/lj.v17i1.430

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