Kemandirian Belajar Mahasiswa dalam Pembelajaran Jarak Jauh Selama Masa Pandemi

Alberta Parinters Makur, Emilianus Jehadus, Sebastianus Fedi, Silfanus Jelatu, Viviana Murni, Polikarpus Raga

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Abstrak

Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk melihat kemandirian belajar mahasiswa pada mata kuliah Matematika Dasar dalam mengikuti pembelajaran jarak jauh khususnya pembelajaran dalam jaringan selama masa Pandemi Covid-19. Merupakan penelitian kuantitatif-deskriptif dengan 85 orang mahasiswa tahun pertama Prodi Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Universitas Katolik Indonesia Santu Paulus Ruteng dengan fokus untuk mempelajari kemandirian belajar mahasiswa yang mengikuti pembelajaran dalam jaringan karena situasi Pandemi Covid-19. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan 18.82% mahasiswa yang memiliki kemandirian belajar rendah, sedangkan 81.18% mahasiswa memiliki kemandirian belajar yang tinggi. Selanjutnya, dalam wawancara semi terstruktur ditemukan bahwa mahasiswa pada awalnya mengalami kesulitan dalam beradaptasi perubahan kebiasaan belajar, keterbatasan sumber daya belajar dalam jaringan, dan kurangnya interaksi baik sesama mahasiswa maupun dengan dosen. Keterbatasan ini mendorong mahasiswa semakin mandiri dalam belajar yang terlihat dari lebih dari 70% mahasiswa sudah menetapkan tujuan belajar, strategi belajar, mampu mengatur waktu belajar, dan melakukan evaluasi diri terhadap proses pembelajaran yang telah diikuti. Lebih dari 80% mahasiswa menentukan lingkungan belajar yang mendukung suasana belajar dan mencari bantuan dari rekan sekelas apabila mengalami kesulitan dalam belajar.  

Kata Kunci: kemandirian belajar, pandemic Covid-19, pembelajaran jarak jauh.

 

Abstract

This research was conducted to see the independence of student learning in the Basic Mathematics course in participating in distance learning, especially online learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic. This is a quantitative-descriptive study with 85 first-year students of the Agricultural Socio-Economic Study Program of the Indonesian Catholic University, Santu Paulus Ruteng, with a focus on studying the learning independence of students who take online learning due to the Covid-19 Pandemic situation. The results showed 18.82% of students had low learning independence, while 81.18% of students had high learning independence. Furthermore, in semi-structured interviews, it was found that students initially experienced difficulties in adapting to changes in learning habits, limited learning resources in the network, and a lack of interaction between students and lecturers. This limitation encourages students to be more independent in learning, which can be seen from more than 70% of students who have set learning goals, learning strategies, being able to manage study time, and conduct self-evaluation of the learning process that has been followed. More than 80% of students determine a learning environment that supports a learning atmosphere and seek help from classmates.

Keywords: independent learning, Covid-19 pandemic, distance learning.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31980/mosharafa.v10i1.862

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