Dukungan Sosial Guru Dalam Upaya Membimbing Kemandirian Anak Moderate Intellectual Disability

Aulia Kirana, Agustini Agustini

Abstract


In the world of education, some children significantly have below-average intelligence and
throw obstacles in ourselves in their development. Children known as moderate intellectual
disability, IQ range from 40-54, mayors have appeared in daily activities, such as selfdevelopment
activities and need the training to foster independence. Teachers must be able to
assist, such as serving needs, awards, funds, and providing advice to help children with
intellectual disability. Teachers provide social assistance as an effort to guide self-reliance to
foster a sense of responsibility. Also, teachers can develop teaching material models, such as
thematic and individual learning tailored to the ability to learn and learn, make decisions.
This research is qualitative research, with 4 teachers as the respondent. The results of this
study indicate that teachers who educate children with moderate intellectual disability who
have proposed several people, including, emotional, and instrumental in guiding student
independence. The results of the study on four teachers who educate children with moderate
intellectual disability, indicate that teachers who have proposed several support, including,
emotional, and instrumental in an effort to guide student independence. The sampling
technique in this study used the sampling criteria through sampling using subjects that were
in accordance with the research criteria. Furthermore, suggestions, guidance, suggestions
for guidance in learning can be provided by parents and students or media in the form of
drawings, and supporting tools for teaching and learning activities and suggestions to help
develop students with parents.


Keywords


Social support, moderate intellectual disability, independence, teachers

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