Responding the Constraints of Building Student-Teacher-Parent Relationships to Improve Student's Civic Disposition Phenomenological Studies in Civic Education Online Based Learning

Dwi Asih Triska Wardhani, Susan Fitriasari
2022 Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research   unpublished
Online learning provides a new pattern of relationships between students, teachers, and parents. There are various obstacles in building the right new relationship patterns. So that student's civic disposition have many challenges to improve. This article aims to explore how teachers, students, and parents respond the obstacles in building good relationships to improve student's civic disposition. The research method used is qualitative approach with phenomenological design. The data was
more » ... ed with in-depth interviews and participant observations. The data is analyzed with transcription, horizonalisation, and cluster of meaning stages. Informants of this research are all teachers of Civic Education in Senior High School of Muhammadiyah Taman and representatives of students with their parents. The selection of informants is done by the snowball sampling technique. The result shows that students, teachers, and parents respond with several forms of action, namely: (1) maximizing limited time into quality time through dialogue or discussion, (2) simplifying demands, (3) including alternative options in difficult conditions, and (4) optimizing the use of communication technology. The conclusion is that both students, teachers, and parents respond to obstacles with full acceptance and awareness of the limitations on online learning during the pandemic along with continuous responsess to maximize their respective roles.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.220108.014 fatcat:5et56tehsjgj5nuz4nmioisjbm