Psikoedukasi Membangun Fondasi Belajar Anak Melalui Aktivitas Gerak


  • Jane Savitri
  • Sharon Charish Abigail Wigoeno
  • Kristofer Biaggi Susanto



psychoeducation, learning foundation, physical activity, parents


In educational settings, parents are teachers' partners in developing children. They have a role to facilitate learning and various aspects of student development. Most parents have never learned about how they can facilitate their children's learning. Learning is not just learning academically, such as Mathematics, Biology, Social Sciences, but it is even more important for children to know various basic learning skills that will help them develop their knowledge and learning skills at a higher level of education. There are quite a number of cases that indicate that Early Childhood Education, Elementary School, and High School students experience obstacles in learning. The forms of barriers to learning include short attention spans, difficulty concentrating, difficulty remembering, and even difficulty understanding the instructions. An approach that has been proven effective to be applied in developing students' basic learning abilities is using a physical activity approach. Community Service in the form of psychoeducation is given to parents of students at the Terang Nusantara Classical School and the Terang Nusantara PUSPA in Bandung. Through the topics given, it is hoped that parents can motivate their children to move and play educational games that can be a strong basis for the development of their children's learning abilities. The results of the evaluation of activities through the survey method showed a positive response from parents, as well as the results of the evaluation based on the knowledge and attitudes of parents to apply the material. This psychoeducation can be carried out on parents in other schools.


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How to Cite

Jane Savitri, Sharon Charish Abigail Wigoeno and Kristofer Biaggi Susanto 2021. Psikoedukasi Membangun Fondasi Belajar Anak Melalui Aktivitas Gerak. Sendimas 2021 - Seminar Nasional Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat . 6, 1 (Nov. 2021), 238–244. DOI: