Pengetahuan Terhadap Disleksia dalam Kalangan Ibu Bapa di sebuah Sekolah Rendah

Primary School Parents Knowledge on Dyslexia


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Authors

  • Suzita Samsudin Universiti Kebangsaaan Malaysia
  • Aliza Alias Universiti Kebangsaaan Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33102/jqss.vol5no1.116

Keywords:

Disleksia, Ibu bapa, Pengetahuan, Dyslexia, Parents, Knowledge

Abstract

Nowadays, an increasing number of children are experiencing difficulties with basic literacy, particularly dyslexia. Since dyslexic children have about the same intelligence as most average children, many parents are unaware of their child's dyslexia problem. In this study, descriptive statistical analysis was used to interpret the data in order to determine and describe the quantitatively formed data. The results of the analysis are presented in the form of frequency, percentage, mean score, and standard deviation. The determination of the mean score level in this analysis is linked to the key goal of parental dyslexia awareness. The study's results revealed that the mean was 1.12, and 37.2 percent of respondents had a poor understanding of dyslexia. This is because parents did not receive adequate knowledge about dyslexia and its indications. In conclusion, the results indicate that parents' knowledge of dyslexia is a major issue that can be taken into account so that dyslexia can be prevented in children and children can develop their learning skills because children with specific learning disabilities are unable to pay attention for a long time. The level of awareness among parents can be enhanced by early diagnosis of dyslexia as well as parental interest for spending time with their children while they learning.

Keywords: Dyslexia, Parents, Knowledge

Abstrak

Pada masa kini, semakin ramai kanak-kanak yang menghadapi masalah dalam pembelajaran spesifik iaitu disleksia. Namun begitu, tidak ramai ibu bapa yang menyedari masalah ini dihadapi oleh anak mereka kerana kanak-kanak disleksia mempunyai kecerdasan hampir sama dengan kanak-kanak normal yang lain. Dalam kajian ini,analisis statistik deskriptif dijalankan untuk menganalisis data untuk mengukur dan menerangkan data berbentuk kuantitatif. Data yang telah dianalisis diperjelaskan dalam bentuk kekerapan,peratusan,skor min dan sisihan piawai. Penilaian bagi tahap skor min dalam kajian ini berkaitan objektif utama iaiatu pengetahuan ibu bapa terhadap disleksia. Dapatan kajian menunjukkan min adalah 1.12 dan 37.2 % responden tidak mempunyai pengetahuan terhadap disleksia berada pada tahap lemah.Ini adalah kerana ibu bapa tidak mendapat maklumat yang mencukupi tentang disleksia dan ciri-cirinya.Kesimpulannya, kajian menunjukkan bahawa pengetahuan ibu bapa terhadap disleksia merupakan isu yang sewajarnya diberi perhatian agar  disleksia dapat dihindari daripada terjadi kepada kanak-kanak serta membantu kanak-kanak meningkatkkan kemahiran belajar kerana kanak-kanak yang tergolong dalam masalah pembelajaran spesifik tidak mampu memberikan perhatian dalam jangka masa panjang terhadap sesuatu perkara. Tahap pengetahuan  ibu bapa boleh ditingkatkan melalui ujian awal pengesanan disleksia serta keprihatinan ibu bapa meluangkan masa bersama anak-anak semasa belajar.

Kata kunci: Disleksia, Ibu bapa, Pengetahuan

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2021-06-01
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DOI: 10.33102/jqss.vol5no1.116
Published: 2021-06-01

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Samsudin, S., & Alias, A. (2021). Pengetahuan Terhadap Disleksia dalam Kalangan Ibu Bapa di sebuah Sekolah Rendah : Primary School Parents Knowledge on Dyslexia. Journal of Quran Sunnah Education & Special Needs, 5(1), 201-213. https://doi.org/10.33102/jqss.vol5no1.116

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