Learning case study in the pandemic Covid-19: Learning targets, needs analysis, obstacles, and solutions

Makhrus, Muh., Abtokhi, Ahmad and Hidayatullah, Zul (2021) Learning case study in the pandemic Covid-19: Learning targets, needs analysis, obstacles, and solutions. Presented at ICONETOS 2020 – the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Social Science, 31 October 2020, Malang.

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COVID-19 pandemic has changed the learning system in Indonesia. Learning that is usually carried out face-to-face must be changed to online learning. The fact is online learning is not running as expected. This research aims to describe learning during the COVID-19 pandemic by examining elements of learning targets, analyzing needs, obstacles, and solutions. This type of research is a case study using literature studies in the form of articles and field studies to see the learning process during the pandemic. The subjects in this study were principals, physics teachers, and students spread across four schools in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara. Data collection was carried out by interview and observation. The results showed that the learning target does not have to match the target achievement of the 2013 curriculum. Learning focuses more on providing experiences to students. During the pandemic, learning obstacles are 1) limited mastery of technology, 2) limited internet access and wasteful data packages, and 3) less interaction. The solution given by several schools is by using video lessons and face-to-face learning using small groups.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: Learning, Pandemic COVID-19
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1399 Other Education
Divisions: Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Training > Department of Teacher Education for Islamic Primary Schools
Depositing User: Ahmad Abtokhi
Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2021 10:14


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