Daily learning flow of inclusive education for Early Childhood

Palabras clave: Daily Learning Flow, Data Collection, Inclusive Education, RA. RA, educación inclusive, flujo de aprendizaje diario, recopilación de datos.



This study was aimed to analyze the daily learning flow of early childhood inclusive education. The study used qualitative research, with a phenomenological approach in RA. An-Nahl, Jakarta. The data collection techniques used in this study were observation, interviews, focus group discussions, and documentation; then, they are analyzed descriptively with an interactive analysis model. The results obtained were the daily learning flow plan in the form of pre-opener, opener, energizer, activity, linking and summarizing, review, mission, closer applied by RA. The conclusion of this study was the modification of the daily learning flow, which is the flagship characteristic of RA.


Este estudio tuvo como objetivo analizar el flujo de aprendizaje diario de la educación inclusiva en la primera infancia. El estudio utilizó investigación cualitativa, con un enfoque fenomenológico en la RA. An-Nahl, Yakarta. Las técnicas de recolección de datos utilizadas en este estudio fueron observación, entrevistas, discusiones de grupos focales y documentación; luego, se analizan descriptivamente con un modelo de análisis interactivo. Los resultados obtenidos fueron el plan de flujo de aprendizaje diario en forma de preaperturador, abridor, energizador, actividad, vinculación y resumen, revisión, misión, aplicación más cercana por RA. La conclusión de este estudio fue la modificación del flujo de aprendizaje diario, que es la característica principal de la RA.

Biografía del autor/a

M. AKRIM, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara

He is deputy rector II of Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara and a lecturer in the Department of Islamic early childhood Education, Faculty of Islamic Religious. He received an undergraduate degree (S.Pd) in education from the University of Muhammadiyah Sumatra Utara in 2003 and a Master's degree (M.Pd) also in education obtained from Universitas Negeri Medan in 2008. His main research field is education, especially Islamic religious education and early childhood education.

R. HARFIANI, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara

She is a lecturer in the department of Islamic early childhood education, faculty of Islamic religious Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara. She received an undergraduate degree (S.Pd.I) in Islamic Education from STAI Sumatera (STAIS) Medan, Sumatera Utara in 2009, and a master's degree (M.Psi)  in Psychology Education in 2012. Her main research is in early childhood Islamic education.



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AKRIM, M., & HARFIANI, R. (2019). Daily learning flow of inclusive education for Early Childhood. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 24(1), 132-141. Recuperado a partir de https://www.produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/30066