THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE STEAM APPROACH ON CHILDREN'S INTEREST IN LEARNING IN RA MIFTAHUL ULUM, KALIPANG EAST, GRATI DISTRICT, PASURUAN REGENCY
every child has enormous potential in each person who is different from one another, that potential can develop very well or even just walk in place depending on how to hone it. This study analyzes the steam method approach as a means to explore children's potential and examines how effective the steam approach is as a means of increasing children's interest in learning at RA MiftahulUlum, East Kalipang, Grati, Pasuruan Regency. The research approach used is a qualitative descriptive method approach. The research was conducted at RA MiftahulUlum East Kalipang, Grati Sub-district, Pasuruan Regency as a benchmark for Early Childhood Education (PAUD) institutions in Grati District which incidentally has not used the steam method approach as a means of assessing children's abilities in the six aspects of development that have been set in the standard level. achievement of child development (STPPA). Learning observation guidelines and documentation studies and classroom action assessment were used as instruments in this study. The approach used in analyzing children's learning interest is the ability of children in learning which includes six aspects of development including aspects of Religious and Moral Values (NAM), Social Emotional (SOSEM), Cognitive, Language, Physical Motoric and Art Development aspects. STEAM has a significant impact in increasing children's interest in learning who previously only used worksheets or textbooks in learning, the problem solving system has also become an integral part of the STEAM method approach during the learning process. Suggestions for further research is analysisthe STEAM method approach in increasing student interest in learning in institutionsPAUDotherforgivedescriptioncomprehensiveon the effectiveness of the STEAM learning approach to Early Childhood Education and as input for policy makers to implement more enjoyable learning for early childhood using the STEAM method approach.
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