Efektivitas Layanan Dasar Bimbingan Untuk Mengembangkan Perilaku Prososial Peserta Didik

Anandha Putri Rahimsyah

Abstract


The importance of prosocial behavior that supports the ability social development of children and preventing child’s antisocial behavior. The study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of guidance curriculum to develop prosocial behavior of learners. The study uses a quantitative approach with quasi-experimental methods and non-equivalent pretest-posttest control group design. The study participant is the fourth-grade students of elementary school IT Ibnu Khaldun Lembang Academic Year 2015/2016 and that the research sample an experimental group of 25 students with a convenient sampling sample types. The instrument used was a questionnaire of prosocial behavior. The result of study that guidance curriculum is not effective to develop prosocial behavior of learners. However, in practical significant guidance curriculum spawned changes in prosocial behavior of students seen from the average behavior of students score pre-test and a post-test experimental group was more increased scores compared with the control group which can be seen from a qualitative change through observation, interviews, and self-checklist. The most dominant qualitative change appears on the behavioral aspects work together, sharing or giving such information sharing, time and materials and help as rescue and entertaining friends. Recommendations intended to allow teachers can design and implement a guidance curriculum that is integrated with the learning process (learning nuanced guidance) to promote and enhance the essential aspects of prosocial behavior

Keywords


prosocial, guidance curriculum, social development, helping



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12928/psikopedagogia.v6i1.7118

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PSIKOPEDAGOGIA Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling
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