Analysis Of The Implementation Of Online Learning To Offline Learning During The covid-19 Pandemic

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  • YOHANA SITUMORANG YOHANA SITUMORANG STKIP Kusuma Negara
  • venny oktaviani Riski Dwiprabowo
  • venny oktaviani Riski Dwiprabowo
  • venny oktaviani Riski Dwiprabowo

Abstract

This article aims to find out what obstacles are felt by class IV teachers at the Bintara III Bekasi state elementary school in implementing online learning into offline learning. The research was carried out using descriptive qualitative research using the Miles and Hubberman model. The data collection techniques used were interview techniques, observation in the form of questionnaires and documentation. Interview techniques were used to find out the obstacles experienced by teachers and were supported by questionnaires and documentation. The data analysis techniques used include data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. Checking the validity of the data using data source triangulation, method triangulation and time triangulation. This research was carried out for three months, precisely from May to July 2022, with research subjects being three class IV homeroom teachers with other information from the parents of the students and the students. The results of this research show that both schools, teachers and students face-to-face learning is more effective.

 

Keywords: online learning, offline learning, Covid 19 pandemic

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30-01-2024

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