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Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education (IJCSNE)
ISSN : 27758400     EISSN : 27759857     DOI : https://doi.org/10.17509/ijcsne.
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education (IJCSNE) promotes research in the broad field of science and Engineering Education (including such disciplines as Agriculture Education, Environmental Science Education, etc.) with particular respect to Indonesia, but not limited to authorship or topical coverage within the region. The below mentioned areas are just indicative. The editorial board also welcomes innovative articles that redefine any Science and Technology field Adaptive prisons for children with special needs Adaptive technology for children with special needs Anatomy and physiological functions of children with special needs Approach with the community Art for children with special needs Assessment of children with special needs Assistive technology for children with special needs Children with attention deficit and hyperactive disorder Children with autism Children with hearing impairment Children with hyperactive Children with intellectual disabilities Children with learning disabilities Children with multiple impairment Children with physical impairment Children with slow learner Children with social, emotional and behavioural barriers Children with Special Speeds Children with visual impairment Childrens dysgraphia Civil society organizations Community dedication Community Education Community environment for children with special needs Community knowledge improvement program Community productivity Condition of children in the community Crime in the community Curriculum for children with special needs Development of children with special needs Dyscalculia children Dyslexia children Education of children with special needs Evaluation of learning for children with special needs Gifted children Inclusive education Inclusive schools Interventions for children with special needs Learning for children with special needs Learning media for children with special needs Learning methods for children with special needs Parents of children with special needs Science for children with special needs Sex education for children with special needs Sexual deviance in society Social deviance in society Students with special needs Vocational education for children with special needs Youth education in the community
Articles 37 Documents
Perceived Social Responsibility and Vaccine Hesitancy Among Parents of Grade 12 Student in Laboratory High School Deximo, R.T; Lucero, Enaguas G
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 1 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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Concerns about vaccine hesitancy are growing worldwide, and now parents are also refusing to vaccinate their children because of vaccination issues even against vaccine-preventable diseases. Hence, this study was conducted to determine the level of vaccine hesitancy and perceived social responsibility in parents and their association with one another. The novelties in this research are (1) Level of Perceived Social Responsibility among Parents, (2) Level of Vaccine Hesitancy among Parents, and (3) Association between the Level of Perceived Social Responsibility and Level of Vaccine Hesitancy. In this study, a quantitative-descriptive research design was used to find out the level of acceptability among the 40 selected parents of Grade 12 students in Sultan Kudarat State University (SKSU) – Laboratory High School. A random sampling technique was utilized in this study. The results implied that the parents have a high level of perceived social responsibility. The results also showed that the parents have a low level of vaccine hesitancy. As to the test of the association between perceived social responsibility and vaccine hesitancy, it shows that there is a statistically significant association between them. Therefore, parents of Grade 12 students have a high level of perceived social responsibility and know that vaccinations are part of their responsibilities as citizens.
Social Inclusive Education Project (SIEP) as a Community for Handling Children with Special Needs in Rural Areas Azizah, Nur; Prasetyo, Adhit Cahyo; Dini, Nur; Wulandari, Vera; Kruesa, Maisarah
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 2, No 2 (2022): IJCSNE: Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022
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Education is for everyone. This indicates that everyone deserves access to education either in urban areas or urban areas. The purpose of this study is to describe the handling of the Social Inclusive Education Project (SIEP) community for children with special needs in rural areas. Data collection techniques are used for observations and interviews with SIEP founders and volunteers. The results show that the SIEP community has carried out various treatments for special needs children in rural areas. An assessment was run by the volunteers before carried out the treatment. The handling is carried out after making the Individualized Education Program for each child with special needs, including down syndrome, motor barriers, specific learning difficulties, visual impairments, and speech delays. The children with special needs are given treatment according to the child's needs such as training to memorize the Qur’an, training in prayer procedures, the introduction of numbers and letters, training in pronunciation of vowels, reading storybooks, writing training, and swimming training. The effort and aid carried out by the SIEP community for children with special needs in rural areas are expected to be a reference for volunteering activities for children with special needs in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, and other countries in the world.
Motorcycle Child Seat for Child with Special needs: Its Design Process and Problem-based Learning Al Qushai, Ihza Lisiano; Sholeh, Arnaz; Budiarta, Wahyu Nur; Triawan, Farid
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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Most of child safety seats for motorcycle available in Indonesian market do not provide enough safety for the children passenger, especially for special needs child. This makes a special needs child cannot ride a motorcycle and prefer to use an automobile for their transportation means. However, it becomes a problem for a low-income family that can only afford a motorcycle. To address this problem, the present work aims to i) design a portable child safety seat for those with special needs that can be placed at the back side of the motorcycle, ii) provide safety feeling to the child by making a capsule-like shape for overall protection, iii) demonstrate an education case-study for mechanical design course. Discussion on how to determine the specification based on problem definition as well as the explanation on the design process of seat’s frame and body are provided. This work can be also used a reference for problem-based learning in mechanical engineering design course.
Impact of Gardening on Physical and Mental Health in The Midst of Covid-19 Pandemic Coyoca, Merrychelle Bebs P.; Rosario, May-Ann B. Del; Lazo, Jean Rose L.; Jr., Vivencio L. Calixtro; Edaño, Lilibeth B.
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 2, No 2 (2022): IJCSNE: Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022
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The study aimed to determine the impact of gardening on the physical and mental health amidst pandemics. The study employed a descriptive design and the survey questionnaire was used for gathering data. There were 60 respondents with ages of 18 to 65 years old who are residing in Barangay Maibo, Tantangan South Cotabato. The gathered data were treated using a statistical tool such as mean, frequency, and percentage. The study revealed that the impact of gardening on physical health strongly agreed with the grand mean of 4.22 and the mental health was agreed with the grand mean of 4.10. Based on the findings, it is concluded that gardening has an impact on physical and mental health. The researchers highly recommend conducting programs for people to avoid anxiety and depression. The students are also encouraged to engage themselves in gardening to boost their physical and mental health.
Diving Deeper on Their Realms: The Prominence of Education on Street Children Bermudez, Alexis Jewel L.; Abalos, Christian Paul G.; Aguilar, Christian Angelo L.; Campos, Finlay Whea H.; Rempillo, Jane P.; Besa, Adonis S.; Abusama, Hassanal P.
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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This study looks at the lives of children after accessing education, the assistance provided, and the efficiency of education at the heart of the classroom. This study aims to answer the following questions about street children: (i) How can they go to school and learn despite the challenges of being street children?; (ii) What programs are available to help them?; (iii) To what extent can these programs be provided to children?; and (iv) When taking to the streets. This study used a qualitative method by conducting interviews with five children aged 10-15 years who came from the city of Tacurong, the Philippines. Some street children continue their education despite all their limitations, some other children take to the streets to find additional money with the knowledge of their parents, and the amount of money they bring home is barely enough or only sufficient, and some programs reach those who are less able. In short, street children are aware of the importance of learning, they have dreams and many are trying to achieve them in any way they can - even if it means risking their lives to beg for alms on the streets. Since this study proves how important education is for these children, this study provides a better scope for us to look at children that are roaming the streets to achieve their dreams and programs.
Standards for Dimensions of Space and Environment in Buildings for People with Special Needs (i.e. Wheelchairs, Crutches, Canes for The Visually Impaired) Rahmat, Ali
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 1 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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The purpose of this study is to describe the concept of basic dimensions of space and environment for persons with disabilities. This research was made by conducting a literature review. The results of the study were taken by taking data from the literature. The data is then processed to be presented in the form of an explanation that can be easily understood. Therefore, it is hoped that the research results can be used as a reference for the construction of buildings and the environment, especially for buildings in hospitals, schools, and public facilities for people with special needs (i.e. wheelchairs, crutches, and canes for the blind).
Parental Academic Support in Online and Modular Learners Amidst Pandemic: A Comparative Study Palma, M.C; Escucha, T.N.V; Distor, Z.B; Tuyao, B.V; Malaco, A.; Estrellan, J.
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 1 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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This study aims to determine how the impact of the COVID pandemic on the education system so that it changes learning patterns in daily life in the form of online and modular learning. How the attitude of parents in dealing with changes in educational normality faced by children as students is the focus of this research. In this study, parents were considered as an integral part of this survey due to their direct contact with learners. The results showed that the variables affected a parent's ability to actively participate in their child's education during the pandemic. The variables were influenced by (1) the parental role construction which is shaped by the beliefs, perception, and experiences of the parent; (2) the socioeconomic status of the parent which influences the skill, knowledge, energy, and time availability of the parent; (3) the invitation of parents by the teachers and schools to be active participants in the education of their children during the pandemic; (4) and the self-efficacy and confidence derived by the parent from being an active participant. We collected data from our respondents in the form of a survey, in which the data, through a Likert scale, were separated based on what form of modality the respondent is undertaking and they were analyzed by finding its mean and difference between the two media of education. The findings revealed that the major concern of the parents was related to children facing the problems due to sudden school closure and a complete lockdown on social gatherings. To address these challenges, schools have played a phenomenal role in flipping the conventional model of teaching and learning. However, phenomena have not been as easy as they may seem. Many teachers had to speedily overcome camera consciousness and be able to deliver 'live' classes. Moreover, parents have adapted quickly to address the learning gap that has emerged in their children’s academic lives in these challenging times. Home learning has emerged as a substitute to the conventional schooling methods, which should be made effective to provide essential learning skills to children at home using the limited available resources. The limitations remain like how parents with different educational backgrounds will follow through the instructions; therefore, online schooling to support home learning can be a go-to strategy where teachers deliver education online. This research provides parents with an overview of how their support has affected their children's academic performance so far, as well as provides them with knowledge about their shortcomings in supporting their children's education during the pandemic.
Knowledge, Perceptions, and Attitudes Towards Dementia Among Medical Students in Pakistan Ahsan, Muhammad; Anwer, Kainat; Raza, Hassan; Ali, Saba; Ali, Muazzam; Akhter, Parveen
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 2, No 1 (2022): IJCSNE: Volume 2, Issue 1, 2022
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The objective of this research was to assess the participants' knowledge and attitudes towards dementia and older people in a broader manner. A Dementia education workshop for undergraduate students was held. Students fill out a questionnaire before and after the workshop.  The Questionnaire was prepared by deep insights into previous literature to determine the knowledge and attitudes of 221 participants towards dementia. Attitudes towards individuals with dementia have shown substantial positive improvements before and after the workshop, while attitudes towards older people have not been affected. Respondents were reasonably well-known general dementia but had little awareness of particular risk factors.  A significant percentage of participants thought dementia symptoms could ameliorate even at an early stage of the illness for individuals who were diagnosed with dementia. Medical and nursing students require more professional, practical, and theoretical skills and learning in their studies. It is equally essential for students, via workshops such as this one, that they get to know the humanistic aspects of illnesses and situations. Fresh thinking and additional resources may be required to combat continued widespread misunderstandings and stigma development towards dementia.
Attitude of Hearing Impaired Students Towards Assistive Technology Utilization in Oyo State Adopting the Survey Method Soetan, Aderonke Kofo; Onojah, Amos Ochayi; Alaka, Tawakalit Bukola; Onojah, Adenike Aderogba
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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This study examined attitude of hearing-impaired students towards assistive technology utilization for learning and its gender’ influence. The study adopted the descriptive research type. mean and t-test were used for the research. The findings established that Students with hearing impairments were enthusiastic about using hearing assistive equipment in the classroom. This implies that positive attitude of students towards the use of the assistive technologies will influence their utilization of such technologies for learning. As a result, it was however recommended that schools hire Educational Technologists who can help with the appropriate use of assistive technology tools to enhance classroom instruction.
Implementation of Early Intervention with Family Resourced to Improve Development of Expressive Language in Children with Cerebral Palsy Abidin, Hipni Mubarok; Rochyadi, Endang; Sutriani, Neng Tria
Indonesian Journal of Community and Special Needs Education Vol 1, No 2 (2021): IJCSNE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of early intervention with family resources to improve expressive language development in children with cerebral palsy. Early intervention with family resources is carried out on children with cerebral palsy who have problems in the development of their expressive language, so the communication method used is augmentation using alternative and augmentative communication tools called ASIK (I'm Ready to Communicate). This research method uses experiments, starting from modelling, transfer by parents, so that parents can independently intervene with their children. The results showed that children can express their desires by showing pictures that are in accordance with the wishes of their parents, so that parents can understand what their children want. Based on these results, the implementation of early intervention with family resources using ASIK communication tools can improve the development of expressive language in children with cerebral palsy.

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