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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Instructional Strategy In Inclusive Classroom: In Inclusive Teachers’ Opinion

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AUTHOR(S)

Rasmitadila, Widyasari, Teguh Prasetyo, Reza Rachmadtullah, Achmad Samsudin

 

KEYWORDS

Instructional Strategy, Inclusive Classrooms, Inclusive Teacher.

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this research is to determine the inclusive teacher problems in designing and using instructional strategies in inclusive classrooms. The research method used is survey research involving 102 inclusive teachers spread across various inclusive schools in several major cities in the Indonesian region. Data were collected using questioners with Likert Scale and interviews. Data analysis using quantitative analysis namely percentage of the problem. Qualitative analysis data model consisting of 3 stages, namely (1) thematic analysis of all participant (2) within-participant thematic analysis (3) cross-participant analysis. The results showed that the problems faced by teachers in designing and using instructional strategies in inclusive classrooms include the lack of mastery of personality competencies, pedagogic competencies, and professional competence. Teachers have difficulty in determining instructional methods, instructional media, instructional strategies used are still not optimal, difficulty in determining the sequence of learning; teachers are only focused on cognitive and emotional aspects of learning.

 

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