Distance Learning Model for Islamic Religious Education Subjects in Non Internet Server Provider (ISP) Areas
Distance learning is the final alternative in realizing sustainable education during the Covid-19 period. The distance learning model will not face serious problems for areas that have a strong internet network, but distance learning will face various problems for areas that do not yet have an Internet Server Provider (ISP). Therefore, this study aims to reveal how the learning model was carried out during covid-19 in non-ISP areas, especially for Islamic religious education subjects. The research was conducted with a qualitative approach, data collection techniques were observation, interviews, and documentation studies. The results of the study are that Islamic religious education teachers in areas where there is no internet carry out distance learning through: first, learning plans are made according to the conditions when learning takes place remotely. Second, the implementation of distance learning in non-ISP areas is that teachers provide information on information boards in schools related to tasks that must be carried out by students, students carry out tasks according to information available at school and take them to school, and for students who the location where he lives close to the teacher's house can take him directly to the teacher's house. Third, the methods, media, and learning resources used are that the method does not use standard learning methods, learning media are also not used, while the learning resources used are Islamic Religious Education books which are commonly used in SD Negeri 10 Lubuk Layang.
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