Permainan literasi untuk anak-anak

Martha Christianti, Departemen Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini FIPP UNY, Indonesia


Salah satu permasalahan literasi di Indonesia adalah minimalnya variasi kegiatan, dan media yang dapat mendukung perkembangan literasi. Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk mendiskripsikan bagaimana menciptakan strategi literasi untuk mendukung anak dalam mengembangkan literasi sambil bermain dalam penelitian tindakan untuk anak-anak di TK. Selain itu, penelitian ini juga bertujuan untuk melihat pertumbuhan literasi setiap anak yang mengikuti kegiatan bermain dengan literasi yang dilakukan setiap hari di kelas yang mengeksplorasi kemampuan menyimak, berbicara, membaca dan menulis. Metode penelitian ini yaitu penelitian tindakan kelas. Penelitian dilakukan selama enam bulan di kelas B. Analisis data dilakukan dalam bentuk analisis konteks dengan metode triangulasi memadukan temuan dari hasil wawancara, pengamatan, dan dokumentasi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa permainan literasi yang diciptakan secara kolaboratif antara peneliti dari universitas dengan guru dapat menumbuhkan literasi anak-anak. Permainan literasi tersebut dilakukan secara berkelompok dan berpasangan. Anak belajar sambil bermain melalui teman sebaya, memupuk motivasi literasi anak, dan merangsang kreativitas guru untuk mengembangkan pembelajaran yang mendukung literasi anak agar bertumbuh secara spesifik pada masing-masing anak secara berbeda.


Literacy literacy, classroom action research, literacy games

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