Analyzing The Level Of Concern About Learning Boldly In School-Age Children During The Pandemic Period At The Elementary School Level

Authors

  • Nurul Santi
  • Salsabila Putri

Keywords:

Learning Anxiety, School Age Children, Online Learning

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the level of concern about online learning among school-aged children during the pandemic period at the elementary school level. Through data collection using questionnaires and interviews, we analyzed how much online learning concerns affect children in the distance learning context. The results of the analysis show variations in the level of learning concerns in school-aged children, with factors such as family support and previous online learning experience playing an important role in reducing these concerns. The implications of these findings support efforts to increase children's resilience in facing the challenges of online learning during the pandemic.

 

 

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Published

2024-02-20

How to Cite

Nurul Santi, & Salsabila Putri. (2024). Analyzing The Level Of Concern About Learning Boldly In School-Age Children During The Pandemic Period At The Elementary School Level. International Journal of Health and Medicine, 1(1), 01–09. Retrieved from https://international.arikesi.or.id/index.php/IJHM/article/view/11