Measuring Early-Primary Students Resilience through Playful Learning

Fadhli Muhibuddin, Purnomo Rochmat Aldy, Deka Dyah Utami, Rizal Arifin, Sylvester Arnab, Katherine Wimpenny, Richard Tomlins

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Abstract

The Indonesian government has established a policy that the learning process for all levels of education continues during the COVID 19 pandemic with an online or digital system, meaning that students carry out learning activities at home digitally. The problem that arises is the level of social resilience of students in learning during the COVID-19 period in Indonesia, which indicates that the COVID-19 pandemic still exists. This study aimed to analyze the level of social resilience of students in early education and basic education during the COVID-19 pandemic and how social structures affect the level of resilience. The research methods used were qualitative and quantitative approaches. A survey was conducted on 115 respondents. Students resilience was measured by the NMRQ Questionnaire (Nicholson McBride Resilience Questionnaire) and the factors affecting resistance were measured by the SAJA Questionnaire. From the qualitative approach, the study found that the level of social resilience of students was quite high due to the application of the ACES-based environmental and fun learning model using lego, makey-makey, masks, and music. From the quantitative approach, most students could build resilience and change their perceptions from difficult conditions to pleasant learning conditions due to social and economic factors. The factor that most influences the level of social resilience of primary school early childhood was the family socioeconomic factor.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 2nd Borobudur International Symposium on Humanities and Social Sciences
PublisherEAI
Number of pages7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Sep 2021
Event2nd Borobudur International Symposium on Humanities and Social Sciences - Magelang, Indonesia
Duration: 18 Nov 202018 Nov 2020

Conference

Conference2nd Borobudur International Symposium on Humanities and Social Sciences
Abbreviated titleBIS-HISS 2020
Country/TerritoryIndonesia
CityMagelang
Period18/11/2018/11/20

Keywords

  • Social resilience
  • early primary school students
  • NMRQ method
  • ACES

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