Challenges of English online learning during covid-19: A survey study of secondary school students' perceptions

Authors

  • Dian Asmi Setoningsih University of Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51773/ajeb.v1i1.55

Keywords:

online learning, Students’ Perceptions, E-Learning Platform, Participation, Secondary School Students

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic currently occurring has changed conventional classrooms to online classrooms. This current study is a descriptive quantitative study consisting of an analysis of a survey on secondary school student's perceptions of their English online learning during the pandemic. One hundred seventy-three students of Tazkia IIBS Malang were involved in this study. The data were in the form of students’ perceptions of online learning in terms of accessibility, E-Learning Platform, material delivery, assignments delivery, and participation. The result was then summarized into tables, charts, and narrative descriptions. The study discovers two significant challenges faced by students in the English online class. They are teachers’ material/instructions delivery and the assignments’ time deadline. In terms of material and assignment delivery, the study suggests teachers employ interactive and engaging E-Learning platforms to participate more actively and enthusiastically, especially for secondary school students who haven’t been accustomed to virtual learning.

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Published

2021-04-08

How to Cite

Asmi Setoningsih, D. . (2021). Challenges of English online learning during covid-19: A survey study of secondary school students’ perceptions. AMCA Journal of Education and Behavioral Change, 1(1), 11–14. https://doi.org/10.51773/ajeb.v1i1.55