Effective Communication-Based Teaching Skill for Early Childhood Education Students

Yuliani Nurani, Sofia Hartati, Ade Dwi Utami, Hapidin Hapidin, Niken Pratiwi


The research aims to develop a series of effective communication-based teaching skills for early childhood education teachers that develop in accordance with the Indonesian National Curriculum framework used recently in Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, State University Jakarta. Research will be conducted in two years using research and development methods. The literature review has been conducted on effective communication and teaching skills for the first year and a series of teaching skill indicators. Data gathered from early childhood education teachers in Jakarta are related to the theory and practice of teaching skills with observation, interviews and performance tests. The results of the study are indicators for Early Childhood Education (PAUD) teacher teaching skills. On the other hand, drafts of effective communication practices are conducted to be applied in teacher teaching skills. These two concepts will be used to develop a model of effective communication based teaching skills for teachers of early childhood. The result can be consideration of educational institutions educators, researchers and governments in developing training models to improve teacher teaching skills.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v9n1p153


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