Model Development of Response to Intervention for Children with Disabilities in Central Jakarta Inclusive Schools
Yayan Sudrajat, Jhoni Lagun Siang, Ismail Marzuki, Endang Wiyanti, Ni Wayan Ayu Permata Sari, Risa Mufliharsi, Noni Marlianingsih, Hasdar Hanafi
The general objectives of this research and development are as follows: (1) Knowing the teacher's ability to carry out learning for mild mentally retarded students at SDN 03 Kemayoran. (2) Develop a learning model of the Response to Intervention (RTI) for mild mentally retarded children in inclusive schools. (3) Knowing the effectiveness of using the Response to Intervention (RTI) learning model for students with special needs in inclusive schools. This research approach usesbased development research and developmentresearch (R & D), which was proposed by Atwi Suparman, known as the MPI Model. The results of the study showed that the average score of the material expert was 3.28 which means the product was considered good and the learning design expert was 4.07 which meant the product was very good. Then in the test phase to students the average score for the face to face tryout stage is 3.63 which means the product is considered very good and at the small group stage is 3.47 which means the product is considered very good. The results of the interviews with teachers obtained very good results. In conclusion, the module of the response to intervention model can be said to be good, but still needs to be improved in accordance with expert advice, as well as teachers as users.