Involvement of Teachers and Parents in Developing Numerical Literacy in Early Childhood in the Digital Age

Authors

  • Yuliani Eka Putri Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam (STAI) Yayasan Tarbiyah Islamiyah (YASTIS) Padang
  • Ria Fransisca Universitas Dehasen
  • Kurnia Hidatillah Hayati Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam (STAI) Yayasan Tarbiyah Islamiyah (YASTIS) Padang

Keywords:

Numerical Literacy in the Digital Age, Parent Involvement, Teacher Involvement

Abstract

Strengthening numeracy literacy, and adapting technology are important efforts to improve the quality of human resources in the Digital Age. The most important thing in learning numeracy literacy in early childhood is instilling the concept of numeracy itself. This article contains a literature review on the involvement of teachers and parents in developing numeracy literacy in early childhood in the digital era. The data sources of this research were taken from several documents in the form of books and journals from previous research that are relevant to this research. The involvement of parents and teachers in developing numeracy literacy in early childhood in the digital era must work together, where teachers in schools provide fun learning facilities according to each child's character, both in designing learning and providing a learning environment for children, such as providing animated pictures and sounds, using educational games to stimulate children's numeracy, then parents at home must be involved in numeracy activities and involve children, for example reading recipes and measuring ingredients, involving children in buying and selling transactions. Numerical literacy is the ability to use numbers, data, or mathematical symbols in everyday life. With numeracy literacy, children are ready to become global citizens to face challenges in the future era.

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Published

2022-08-29