The Implementation Of Education Management At Islamic Inclusive Elementary School At Solo Indonesia
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6490-6501
AbstractThe objective of this research is to describe the implementation of inclusive education in the elementary school of Al-Firdaus. This case study investigated the implementation of inclusive education at Al-Firdaus Elementary School Surakarta Indonesia. The research focuses are management of students with special needs, modification of the Inclusive Education Curriculum, implementation of learning management, and management of educators and staffs. The method used is the qualitative approach. The techniques used in data collection are participant observation, documentation, and interviews involving the principal, teachers, parents, community, and students. The data were analyzed descriptively by using the steps of data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. The research results reveal that: (1) Management of Students with Special Needs requires fighting power, endurance, and high patience. There are children with special intelligence and special talent of course their treatment cannot be the same as normal students; (2) Modification of the Inclusive Education Curriculum used the national curriculum, the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, a modified curriculum, and a curriculum according to the abilities and characteristics of students; (3) Implementation of Learning Management is slightly different from management at other schools. Smart plans describe character education starting from indicators (indicators), goals (the goals), strategies for how to achieve them (how to achieve); and (4) Management of educators and staff consists of classroom teachers, subject teachers (Islamic religious education, sports, English and information technology), teachers of reading and writing Al-Qur'an/tahajji, special companion teachers (GPK) and extracurricular teachers). Each teacher has their duties and obligations.
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