Management in Health, Vol 22, No 3 (2018)

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DIFFERENCE OF ROUGH MOTORIC, LANGUAGE, AND PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN UNDERGOING FULL DAY PROGRAM AND REGULAR PROGRAM AT KINDERGARTEN IN DEPOK SLEMAN DISTRICT-INDONESIA

Kismi Asih ADETHIA, Ashari YOSEPHINE, Maria CHRISTINA

Abstract


Objectives: Targeted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of quality education by 2030 ensure that all children have access to quality early development, care, and pre-primary education. Proportion of working mother in Depok District is highest in Sleman that is 52,9%. During preschool, the kindergarten is the most important socialization agency for the child that requires care and education as it relates to the substitute role of the parents. To Know the differences of rough motoric, language, and prosocial behavior development in children undergoing full-day program and regular program at kindergarten.

Method: Comparative analytics and a cross-sectional approach. The population of children is aged 4-6 years. The sample of each group is 34 respondents. The sampling technique is proportional simple random sampling. The examination uses KPSP and pro-social behavior observation sheet. Data analysis uses using Mann Whitney and Ordinal Logistic Regression.

Results: Bivariate analysis showed that there was a significant difference between children who underwent full-day and regular program at kindergartens. For motor development p-value was 0.027 (p


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