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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 136-142

Environmental Impact Analysis on The Covid 19 Pandemic to primary Education Learning Process in Madiun Jawa Timur Indonesia

Parji, Muhammad Hanif, Sudarmiani, Fida Chasanatun.


This study aims to analyze the Covid-19 pandemic impact and influencing factors on primary education in Madiun City, Indonesia. The qualitative approach uses in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation as data resources and analyzed by using interactive techniques. The validity is source triangulation and observative perseverance. The results show a serious impact, classified into negative and positive. The negatives are; face-to-face is unreplaced by online learning, due to online system constraints, internet access, and teachersÂ’ digital competence. The assessment cannot be objective and are severely constrained. The positives are to encourage parents' concern for the children learning and digital literacy

Key words: Covid-19 pandemic, learning process, primary education

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