Analysis of Elementary School Teacher Needs in Learning in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Azizatul Khairi, Badeni Badeni, Eko Risdianto, Muhammad Kristiawan, Shella Monica


Responding to the spread of COVID-19 which has an impact on changes in the learning system in the education sector. The pandemic has changed learning activities from face-to-face to distance learning. Meanwhile, teachers need careful preparation in changing the learning system. The purpose of this study is to reveal teachers' perceptions of the learning needs of the COVID-19 pandemic era. This study uses a case study design involving elementary school teachers. Data were collected using a survey with an open questionnaire and interviews. The results of the survey conducted show that teachers have obstacles and needs in learning in the COVID-19 era so they need support from various parties.


Teacher Needs Analysis; Elementary School; COVID-19 Era

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