remote learning, parents as educators, Indonesia, instructional methodology, covid-19
Considering parents as important key in children’s education during the Covid 19 outbreak, it is necessary to explore their perceptions regarding their involvement in children’s remote learning. Data were gathered from forty parents of elementary students in Bekasi, Indonesia voluntarily filled out the survey. Ten participated in semi-structured interviews via one-on-one phone calls. Findings reveal four emerging themes; 1) ways of involvement 2) benefits of home learning, 3) challenges 4) expectations and recommendations. This study suggests that parent involvement must be taken into account as they become parent-educators and collaborators to improve the quality of education. Further research needs to be conducted to obtain better results.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Methods | Elementary Education
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Abdulrahman, Tryanti R., "Parents’ Perceptions of Children’s Remote Learning During the Covid 19 Outbreak: A Case Study in Bekasi, Indonesia" (2020). English Language Institute. 70.
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