Ibnu Syamsi
Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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Identification and Academic Assessment Models for Students with Specific Learning Difficulties in Inclusive Elementary Schools Ibnu Syamsi; Dwitya Sobat Ady Dharma
Jurnal Prima Edukasia Vol 11, No 1 (2023): January 2023
Publisher : Asosiasi Dosen PGSD dan Dikdas Indonesia

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This study aims to identify students with special learning difficulties in inclusive primary schools and develop assessment models. The research subjects were inclusive elementary school students in Sleman Regency. Methods of collecting data were observation, tests, interviews, and surveys. The results showed that 85 students (18.27%) were identified as having certain learning difficulties. Male students have more specific learning difficulties than female students (55.3%: 44.7%). Specific learning difficulties were found in reading (26 students or 22.10%); in writing (23 students or 19.55%); and in mathematics (36 students or 30.60%). In assessing difficulties in writing, the researchers applied the practice of handwriting (beginner writing), spelling, and expressive writing. Informal and formal assessments were used to identify mathematical difficulties.
Peningkatan kapasitas guru SD di Kecamatan Bambanglipuro dalam akomodasi siswa berkebutuhan khusus Ernisa Purwandari; Suparno Suparno; Nurdayati Praptiningrum; Hermanto Hermanto; Sari Rudiyati; Ibnu Syamsi; Haryanto Haryanto
LITERAL: Disability Studies Journal Vol. 1 No. 02 (2023): Oktober 2023
Publisher : Piramida Akademi

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This study aims to increase teachers' knowledge about (1) assessment of students with special needs; (2) choosing the right learning strategy for students with special needs; (3) compiling learning programs for students with special needs in schools providing inclusive education. This research is action research. The research subjects were 44 elementary school teachers in Cluster 01 UPT PP, Bambanglipuro District. Collection techniques are used with tests, observations, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis was performed by descriptive analysis. The results showed an increase in three areas, namely: (1) teachers' knowledge in conducting assessments of children with special needs according to the characteristics of their needs, (2) teachers' knowledge in choosing learning strategies for children with special needs; (3) knowledge and compiling learning programs for children with special needs.