Online Learning Management And Grouping The Use Of Learning Media During The Covid-19 Pandemic Based On Multiculture In Indonesia

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Noor Hujjatusnaini , Ahmadi , Astuti Muh. Amin , Shanty Savitri


Learning applied in Indonesia starting from the elementary school to the higher education levels generally uses face-to-face or direct learning methods. However, since the outbreak of the Covid-19 disease, all methods have turned into online learning methods at all levels and cultures.

            Aim. This affects all aspects of learning, such as comfort, understanding, and learning outcomes. This study aimed to determine the differences in learning outcomes between the semester before the Covid-19 pandemic and the semester during the Covid-19 pandemic in which online learning is implemented.

            Methodology and Research methods. To identify the differences in the results using the face-to-face method and the online method, a study was conducted on the classification of learning media users from elementary school to higher education levels using the k-means method.

            Results. The results of grouping data on online learning media users showed that all levels of education were quite ready to carry out online learning. Moreover, cultural differences in Indonesia have not had an impact on school commitments to perform online learning during the Covid-19.

            Scientific novelty. Learning management before the pandemic and after the pandemic is certainly important information to research, with the hope of knowing the readiness of teachers and students in dealing with changes in learning methods, differences in student learning motivation and learning outcomes obtained. The final target of the findings in this study is an overview of online learning management and grouping the use of learning media during the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia's multicultural culture, with the hope that it can be positively correlated with learning outcomes.

            Practical significance. This research is expected to be able to contribute to stakeholders in terms of providing empirical evidence about the needs, shortcomings, and desires that must be considered when a teacher in managing learning during a pandemic demands being able to manage the learning process in accordance with existing conditions and the local culture.

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