Jakarta ● Sat, June 25, 2022
In the last two years, the world of education has experienced such great and massive disruptions that education providers with all their limitations have to review and reformulate plans and work results that before the pandemic were considered good.
Although faced with a number of problems related to the readiness and capacity of teachers in dealing with different situations, the limited carrying capacity of learning technology, curriculums and other learning tools, students still need guidance. As a result, "forced" learning is carried out non-conventionally in online and offline (limited) formats, and with curriculum materials that have been trimmed due to the limited time available and other technical constraints.
Under such conditions, of course, it is difficult to avoid various interpretations of the curriculum used. As a result, the discrepancy in the quality of student learning at each school is evident.
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