Art Innovation Learning Guidance For Kindergarten Teacher
The purpose and scope of this guidance activity are to provide kindergarten teachers in Sukun District, Malang
City, the knowledge and skills about designing and implementing early childhood integrated art innovation
learning to improve the effectiveness and quality of children’s art learning process in kindergarten as part of
their job. Guidance and training methods that will be used in this activity are 1) delivery of material and
discussion about the development of early childhood art skills and early childhood integrated art innovation; 2)
guidance and practice in groups to discuss innovation and designing one learning material package of early
childhood integrated art including art, dance, music, and drama literature; 3) Demonstration and simulation to
demonstrate the early childhood integrated art innovation learning activity as a part of art class in kindergarten;
4) discussion and evaluation to get feedback both about the process and results of guidance and practice
activities. The results obtained are 1) Non-Physical results; from the evaluation of the final results, it can be
concluded that 90% (out of 40 participants) have understood the knowledge and skills about making early
childhood integrated art innovation to improve the effectiveness and quality of children’s art learning process in
kindergarten as part of their job; 2) Physical Result; obtained by the participants from the guidance and training
activities are products in the form of early childhood integrated art innovation learning types about various
themes and titles. In general, this guidance and training activity is considered successful because, at the end of
the activity, all participants have the knowledge and skills about designing and implementing early childhood
integrated art innovation learning to improve the effectiveness and quality of children’s art learning process in
kindergarten as part of their job.
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