Development of Work Vocational Programs (Create Ape Puzzle 3d) for Children with Light Temperature Class of X at Slb Bc Yplab Cibaduyut
The background of this research was that it was found that there was no preparation of a woodworking vocational program for mild mentally retarded children in class X at SLB BC YPLAB Cibaduyut. The aim of the research is to direct children with mild mental retardation to one or more types of work so that they can be applied in the world of work (home industry) so that children can have the opportunity to work. The research method used is descriptive qualitative, the techniques used are observation, interviews, documentation, FGD and validation. The results showed that children were able to recognize materials, wood craft tools, were able to make 3D animal puzzle APE except for the process of forming 3mm plywood into A4 size. The teacher carries out an assessment at the beginning of each semester. However, based on the results of the documentation of the woodworking vocational program for children with mild mental retardation in class X, no program arrangements had been made. Validation is carried out for the teacher by adding points at the beginning of the program complemented by the initial conditions of the students. Whereas validator 2 agreed to the preparation of a woodworking skills program (APE 3D puzzle) and provided suggestions for adding a sub-aspect in the task analysis instrument regarding how to use a manual hacksaw.Recommendations for teachers are to provide references in improving the quality of learning, for school principals, namely as input material to improve school quality through the vocational woodworking program (APE 3D puzzle) to provide expertise for graduates with mild mental retardation, and for further researchers, namely to redevelop what researchers have been doing at this time, for example by developing a woodworking vocational program (APE puzzles 3D).