Teaching as Part of Blended Learning Lead to the Trend of Indonesian Future Cyber Education
Keywords:instructional design, cyber education, digital media, teaching
Millions of children and teachers have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 issue and the subsequent school closures. National government standards have also been put in place in order for schools to reopen, since there is increasing demand from parents, teachers, and students. The purpose of this research is to get a sense of how educators and other members of the education community feel about the current state of affairs and what they want to see when schools reopen. Teachers, administrators, and representatives from teacher professional associations in Indonesia participated in a survey and focus group discussions, as well as interviews with members of the local education office. A total of 100 people took part in the focus groups and interviews, which were conducted in five different regions. According to the findings, 76% of teachers were concerned about the health dangers of reopening schools, and 95% of teachers favoured mixed learning or continuing to use complete distance learning. Even if schools reopen, teachers have expressed the need for better health protection for teachers and students, improved coordination and collaboration with local stakeholders, and increased capacity to ensure that the learning process is secure, comfortable, and effective. Teachers' concerns have been heard. Teachers who work with students with special needs and those from underprivileged backgrounds are examined in greater detail. COVID-19 has had a significant impact on our global society, particularly in the sector of education, since its inception. Education has moved out of the classroom and into people's homes and spare rooms all over the world, serving a variety of social tasks in addition to rote memorization and basic reading and numeracy training. For educators, this new virtual world presented a new set of physical and psychological challenges, which this study examined. Researchers used a combination of narrative inquiry and survey data in this study to better understand the impact of COVID-19 and the ways in which educators processed and dealt with the shift to online learning environments. The findings provide light on how people coped with the pandemic's pain and stress. It's possible that future research may concentrate on repeating this study in multiple locations.
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