Management of Developmental Assessment In Improving The Quality of Learning for Students With Special Needs In Inclusive Schools


  • Yulia Indriani Nusantara Islamic University, West Java, Indonesia
  • Iim Wasliman Nusantara Islamic University, West Java, Indonesia
  • Hanafiah Hanafiah Nusantara Islamic University, West Java, Indonesia
  • Teti Ratnawulan Nusantara Islamic University, West Java, Indonesia



Inclusive School. Implementation of Developmental Assessment Management and Assessment Implementation Model.


The present study reports the first comprehensive study on the freshwater macroinvertebrates and its
habitat preferences in Bilah River, the largest riverin the Northern Sumatra. The riverside is
characterized by the presence of anthropogenic and industrial activities which may alter the
macroinvertebrate assemblage and biodiversity. Five months of investigation on 10 sampling stations
from December 2016 to October 2017 was conducted based on the river flow in Bilah River. Principal
component analysis indicated a decrease in trophic status from upstream to downstream of the river. A
total of 27 taxa were recorded, with the most abundant group The developmental task of a child is
something that appears at a certain period in the life span, if one phase fails it will cause various
difficulties in completing the next phase of development. This is experienced by students with special
needs (PDBK). Currently, the reality of teachers in the field is that they do not understand how to
identify and assess these developmental phases for GDPK, which is a prerequisite for supporting
success in the academic field. The purpose of this study was to find out how the implementation of
developmental assessments in the two inclusive organizing schools, Ibnu Sina and Mutiara Bunda, in
finding the actual GDPK profile through the “Daming Cycle” management theory approach from W.
Edward Daming. In particular, this study describes and analyzes (1) plan, (2) Do, (3) Check and (4)
action on developmental assessment using Sallis Edward's quality theory and Huvinggurst's
developmental theory. This study uses a descriptive method with a qualitative approach. Collecting
data by conducting observations, interviews, and study of documentation and validation of research
results by conducting FGD (forum group discussion). The results of the study indicate that the
management of developmental assessments at the inclusive schools of Ibnu Sina and Mutiara Bunda
has been carried out by adjusting the existing concept rules, although in its implementation there are
still obstacles, especially in terms of parental commitment and teacher understanding in GDPK


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How to Cite

Indriani, Y. ., Wasliman, I. ., Hanafiah, H., & Ratnawulan, T. . (2022). Management of Developmental Assessment In Improving The Quality of Learning for Students With Special Needs In Inclusive Schools. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 3(3), 1288–1292.




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