Persepsi Guru Pendidik Khusus Terhadap Asesmen Anak Berkebutuhan Khusus di SD Inklusi Se-Kecamatan Pauh Kota Padang
This study aims to analyze the perceptions of special educator teachers on the assessment of children with special needs. There are special educating teachers who do not have special educational backgrounds and only gain knowledge of special education through special teacher teacher training conducted by an agency. And also not all special educating teachers take part in the training, only representatives of special teaching teachers in each school which indeed if there are more than 1 (one) special teaching teacher available at the school. This research is a quantitative descriptive study with a total sampling technique. Data collection techniques using a Likert scale, namely by giving a score of 5-1 for the range of answers from strongly agree-strongly disagree for positive statements and give a score of 1-5 for the range of answers from strongly agree-strongly disagree for negative statements. The results showed that the perception of special educator teachers was positive. This is indicated by the respondent's perception value above the average score, which is 60.72% or as many respondents have a positive perception and the respondent's perception value is below the average score, which is 39.28% or as many as 11 respondents have negative perceptions. This is also shown in the assessment based on each dimension, namely the sensation dimension is positive, the attention dimension is positive, and the interpretation dimension is negative.