The Perceptions of Primary School Teachers of Online Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic Period
A Case Study in Indonesia
This study explores the perceptions of primary school teachers of online learning in a program developed in Indonesia called School from Home during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Data were collected through surveys and semi-structured interviews with 67 class teachers in primary schools. Data analysis used thematic analysis of qualitative data. The analysis results found four main themes, namely, instructional strategies, challenges, support, and motivation of teachers. This research contributes to the literature of online collaborative learning between teachers, parents, and schools that impact student success. Broadly, the success of online learning in Indonesia during the COVID-19 Pandemic was determined by the readiness of technology in line with the national humanist curriculum, support and collaboration from all stakeholders, including government, schools, teachers, parents and the community.
Distance-Schooling, Grundschule, Indonesien, International, Lehrpersonen, Qualitative Studie
Rasmitadila, Aliyyah, Rusi Rusmiati, Rachmadtullah, Reza, Samsudin, Achmad, Syaodih, Ernawulan, Nurtanto, Muhammad, Tambunan, Anna Riana Suryanti (2020). The Perceptions of Primary School Teachers of Online Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic Period. A Case Study in Indonesia, 2149-1291, 90–109.