Developing A Parenting Curriculum for Young Couples

Nurul Hidayah, Fuadah Fakhruddiana, Ega Asnatasia Maharani

Abstract


This research aimed to examine the module of developing a parenting curriculum for young couples. This module tested through experimental research. The subjects of this research were young couples with requirements as follows; have children whose age is maximum five years old, graduated from high schools, can communicate fluently, and are willing to attend all interventions and are not joining any similar training. The subjects were 26 parents of TK ABA Nganggring's students, in Girikerto Village, Turi Sub-district, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. It took two days to finish the training. The data analysis technique is using a paired sample t-test. The result of the research is -6,299 value t and value p = 0,000 or (p<0,01). It displays a significant development of curriculum comprehension of nurturing before and after training (mean pretest is about 62,13 and mean post-test is about 78,26). This nurturing curriculum module needs to be tested in the wider population so that it is ready to use.


Keywords


Parenting; Curriculum

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