Culturing a Positive Attitude and Creative Power of Special Education Students Through LEGO Playing
Keywords:play approach, lego game, positive attitude, creativity
The play strategy is one of many educational strategies that can be used both directly and indirectly. Student participation in science can foster a positive attitude among students while also improving their abilities, talents, and interests. Pupils with Special Educational Needs are frequently associated with students who have low cognitive achievement and struggle to follow higher skills. A qualitative method, namely observation and notes on the students' positive attitude while playing, was used in this study. This paper includes five special education students from SK Pulai (Pulai National School) Integration Special Education Program as participants to identify the effectiveness of the Lego game. The arrangement of Lego block in creating any objects during the observation demonstrate the students’ creative ability. Playing is an effective approach for students because it provides them with fun and joy. The construction of various structures out of Lego blocks can demonstrate the students’ ability and creativity. Students can master the range of physical, emotional, linguistic, and social development gained through play.
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