Analysis of Primary School Students’ Attitudes of Responsibility During Limited Face-to-Face Learning

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Moh Hafinuddin
Fajar Setiawan
Ishmatun Naila



At that time, Indonesia was facing a new normal or new habits after the end of the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia has had an impact on the education sector. According to Yulita et al., (2001) responsibility is also what can be carried out in fulfilling the specified student competencies. Students who are not responsible for learning will get less than optimal results, so that these students cannot know how big their results are. The attitude of students’ responsibility after the covid andemi cis very diverse. The purpose of this study is to determine the level of responsibility of fourth grade students at SD Muhammadiyah 13 in limited face-to-face learning. This research uses descriptive qualitative. Data collection techniques used in researchers are interviews, questionnaires and documentation. From the results of the analysis made by the researcher, as for students who are lacking in learning, the need for full attention from teachers and parents in order to carry out responsibilities and understand the meaning of responsibility itself. Meanwhile, students who are capable of learning already understand how and when the responsibility must be carried out.




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Hafinuddin, M., Setiawan, F., & Naila, I. (2022). Analysis of Primary School Students’ Attitudes of Responsibility During Limited Face-to-Face Learning. Edumaspul: Jurnal Pendidikan, 6(2), 2461-2466.

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