Reading, Writing, and Counting (Calistung) Application for Early Childhood

Arifah Salwa Nisrina, Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto, Tedi Kurniawan, Muhammad Roil Bilad

Abstract


As it has been known here on earth, every era will usher in a new form of development. Evolution keeps on moving forward. Technology is one of the points which have developed at an unprecedented rate. The world of technology has lately seeped into the world of education in the form of digital education. This study sets its sites on how to use the Calistung application in learning, literacy, reading, writing, and arithmetics. The method which will be used in this study process will be a form of pretest-posttest with a quantitative approach. The results garnered from the study showed an increased average grade. This was after the subjects were given instructions through a video tutorial on how to use the Calistung application through YouTube and WhatsApp group chats. The result received from the study showed that the average score of the posttest was 86% whilst the pretest was 76%. A 10% increase due to a different format of learning. What can be concluded from this test is that the use.


Keywords


Calistung application; Digital; Literacy

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