Supporting and Inhibiting Factors for Online Learning in the Covid-19 Period in Elementary School Teachers

Ni Putu Dian Pradnyaswari, I Gusti Agung Ayu Wulandari
2021 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Technology and Educational Science (ICTES 2020)   unpublished
The Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia has caused major changes, especially for the education system. Indonesia's learning system which has been implemented face-to-face for a long time has turned into an online learning system. The fact, the sudden changes of the learning system cannot run smoothly. Various factors can support and inhibit the implementation of online learning. Based on these findings, this research was conducted to determine the amount of supporting and inhibiting criteria as
more » ... e learning factors. The research design used a descriptive research design. The number of samples was 79 people from a total population of 99 people using the proportional random sampling technique. The data collection method of this research used a non-test method by distributing closed-ended questionnaires. The data analysis method used a descriptive statistical analysis method by finding the percentage and the mean (average). Based on the data analysis, it was found that the supporting factors for online learning were 77.27% with high criteria and 64.01% of the inhibiting factors with high criteria. The supporting factors for teachers in online learning are adequate facilities and infrastructure, the teacher readiness in planning the online learning process, the teacher proficiency in the use of technology, and the communication between teachers and parents, while the inhibiting factors of online learning are teacher difficulties in delivering material and the interactions between teachers and students are difficult to implement.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.210407.278 fatcat:eahf36kimffqllxycpxx4quvme