Developing Self Awareness of Students in Religious Education to Reduce the Risk of Learning Loss in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic
This study aims to explain the forms of self-awareness of students as users of educational services, as well as how efforts to develop religious education to reduce the risk of learning loss during the Covid-19 pandemic era. This research is field research, namely literature based on contemporary critical problems today combined with a collection of several relevant library sources where the form of data is in the form of all forms of oral and written information from literary sources. The flow of analysis is in the form of collecting data sources from an up-to-date information medium. Data reduction ends with concluding when analyzing data in the form of presenting actual data today. The results showed that; First, education staff will analyze and record the causes and impacts of what gaps may occur in an unbalanced state in the understanding of the material by the students. Second, PAI education staff are not required to complete the targeted curriculum as long as they can adjust the learning needs of their students so that they will strive for all forms of material delivery with various methods adapted to the conditions at that time. The third is the need for communication between parents.
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