IDENTIFIKASI PEMBELAJARAN PJOK SELAMA PANDEMI COVID-19 DI SMP KECAMATAN BANCAR

  • Indra Stefani Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Sudarso Sudarso Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

Abstrak

Pada pandemi Covid-19 semua kegiatan belajar mengajar dilakukan secara daring atau jarak jauh, hal ini menjadi tantangan bagi guru Pendidikan Jasmani Olahraga Kesehatan (PJOK) dalam melaksanakan proses pembelajaran. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengidentifikasi pembelajaran PJOK selama pandemi Covid-19 di SMP Kecamatan Bancar. Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian deskriptif kuantitatif dengan metode survey. Populasi pada penelitian ini adalah guru PJOK SMP di Kecamatan Bancar sejumlah 13 guru. Jumlah sampel yang digunakan sebanyak 13 guru dengan menggunakan teknik sampling jenuh. Teknik pengumpulan data yang digunakan berupa angket menggunakan google form dengan skala likert yang dibagikan secara langsung kepada responden. Analisis data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini yaitu persentase yang disajikan dalam diagram. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa seluruh guru tetap melakukan pembelajaran selama pandemi Covid-19 dengan menggunakan metode daring, guru dalam memberikan materi sesuai dengan RPP, guru menggunakan aplikasi google classroom sebagai media pembelajaran, hasil penelitian menyatakan bahwa peserta didik antusias dalam mengikuti pembelajaran daring, guru bekerja sama dengan orang tua peserta didik untuk keberlangsungan pembelajaran daring, sebagian guru membuat RPP ketika pelaksanaan pembelajaran, guru dalam proses penilaian berdasarkan kesesuaian pengumpulan tugas dan ujian serta guru mengatakan bahwa penilaian terhadap peserta didik kurang efektif. Simpulan pada penelitian ini guru menyatakan bahwa terbatasnya jaringan internet menjadi kendala utama ketika melaksanakan pembelajaran selama pandemi Covid-19. Pembelajaran PJOK selama pandemi Covid-19 di Kecamatan Bancar tetap berlangsung walaupun ada berbagai kendala yang sering dialami oleh guru PJOK.

Kata Kunci: pandemi covid-19; pembelajaran PJOK; kendala pembelajaran

Abstract

In the Covid-19 pandemic, all teaching and learning activities are carried out online or remotely, this is a challenge for Physical Education Sport and Health (PJOK) teachers in carrying out the learning process. The purpose of this study was to identify PJOK learning during the Covid-19 pandemic in junior high schools in Bancar Sub-District. This research uses quantitative descriptive research with survey method. The population in this study were PJOK junior high school teachers in Bancar Sub-District with a total of 13 teachers. The number of samples used as many as 13 teachers using saturated sampling technique. The data collection technique used was in the form of a questionnaire using a google form with a Likert scale which was distributed directly to the respondents. Analysis of the data used in this study is the percentage presented in the diagram. The results showed that all teachers continued to learn during the Covid-19 pandemic by using online methods, teachers in providing material according to lesson plans, teachers using the google classroom application as a learning medium, the results of the study stated that students were enthusiastic in participating in online learning, teachers worked the same as parents of students for the continuity of online learning, some teachers make lesson plans during the implementation of learning, teachers in the assessment process based on the suitability of collecting assignments and exams and teachers say that the assessment of students is less effective. The conclusion in this study the teacher stated that the limited internet network was the main obstacle when carrying out learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. PJOK learning during the Covid-19 pandemic in Bancar Sub-District continues even though there are various obstacles that are often experienced by PJOK teachers. *menyasuaikan asbtrak Bhs Ind

Keywords: pandemic covid-19; physical education sport and health learning; learning barriers

 

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2021-08-12
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