Improving Improving Vocational Skills in Making Bean Sprouts Through Guided Exercise Learning Models in Children with mild Developmental Disabilities
This research begins with a problem found in class V SLB Muhammadiyah Pauh IX Padang in mild retarded students who do not yet know the growth process in the bean sprouts, while learning science takes place, where learning makes the touge practice vocational skills that the results are needed for future independence. The class action method used in this study consists of two cycles, and each cycle consists of planning, action, observation, and reflection by using a guided learning learning model to improve vocational skills to make a touge. The results of the study in the initial conditions were RG 12.5%, SF 12.5%. After the first cycle, the results of the first meeting (RG 12.5%, SF 12.5%), the second meeting (RG 12.5%, SF 12.5%), the third meeting (RG 25%, SF 25%) and meetings fourth (RG 50%, SF 37.5%). The results of the second cycle of the first meeting (RG 62.5%, SF 50%), the second meeting (RG 75%, SF 62.5), the third meeting (RG 87.5%, SF 75%) and the fourth meeting (RG 100 %, SF 87.5%). These results indicate that making a bean sprout using guided training learning models can improve vocational skills in mild retarded children.