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SRP. 2020; 11(8): 524-530


Maman Suryaman, Yoyok Cahyono, Dadah Muliansyah, Otto Bustani, Popong Suryani, Mochammad Fahlevi, Rudy Pramono, Agus Purwanto, John Tampil Purba, Ashiong Parhehean Munthe, Juliana, Shubhi Mahmashony Harimurti.


The purpose of this study is to identify and obtain information about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the learning process. This research uses the literature study method which is an analysis that aims to describe the main content based on the collection of information obtained. The information in question originates from various scientific articles related to the implementation of online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The scientific articles in question are articles obtained from reputable national journals and international journals indexed by Scopus. The data and information that have been obtained are then collected, analyzed, and concluded so as to get a recommendation as a literature study. Conclusion The results of this study are that there are several obstacles experienced by students, teachers and parents in online teaching and learning activities, namely mastery of technology is still lacking, additional internet quota costs, additional work for parents in assisting children in learning, communication and socialization between students. , teachers and parents are reduced and working hours are unlimited for teachers because they have to communicate and coordinate with parents, other teachers, and school principals. The COVID-19 pandemic affects many things including educational life, parents of students, students and the learning process, as a teacher who has the responsibility to educate students cannot stop. Teachers must find appropriate ways to promote the learning process academically and socio emotional. Teachers must be able to manage classrooms in classrooms and online classes.

Key words: Online Learning, Pandemic Covid-19, Learning Process

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