The Application of Beyond Centers and Circle Time Approach

  • Mursid Mursid Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo, Semarang, Jawa Tengah

Abstract


This research used qualitative descriptive approach which lead into a field research. BCCT learning in RA Ngalian was regarded as an effective data obtained. It was 73 percent stated agree and the other of 27 percent stated very agree. Constitutionally, supporting factor in applying BCCT method appears in some aspects, such as the location, the headmaster’s competence, and teachers’ competence. As for the implementation in RA (PAUD) of Ngalian District, most of 67 percent of respondents stated agree and the other of 18 percent of respondents stated disagree. The role of teacher as inspiration for their students and as center of learning was not applied yet holistically. The data obtained, it was almost 45 percent of respondents stated agree and 10 percent stated very agree. It means the role of teacher as inspiration was not applied. Meanwhile the weaknesses factor of BCCT learning in RA (PAUD) of Ngalian district was the lack of time management in implementing BCCT method. This took effect in the learning process. The obtained data showed 45 percent stated agree and 9 percent stated very agree. It means that the time management was most recommended in order the BCCT learning could run well. Because of seeing the allotted time was limited, it made students were forced to accomplish some steps being passed. So that, the time management was required.
Key words: the application of BCCT, the supporting factor, the weaknesses factor.
 

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Published
Dec 29, 2016
How to Cite
MURSID, Mursid. The Application of Beyond Centers and Circle Time Approach. Indonesian Journal of Islamic Early Childhood Education, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 81-90, dec. 2016. ISSN 2541-2434. Available at: <http://journal.pps-pgra.org/index.php/Ijiece/article/view/10>. Date accessed: 20 nov. 2017.