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Indonesia’s Millennial Generation Education Progress during Covid-19

Version 1 : Received: 10 June 2021 / Approved: 11 June 2021 / Online: 11 June 2021 (09:19:51 CEST)

How to cite: Naufal Priyotomo, M.; Glorino Rumambo Pandin, M. Indonesia’s Millennial Generation Education Progress during Covid-19. Preprints 2021, 2021060310 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202106.0310.v1). Naufal Priyotomo, M.; Glorino Rumambo Pandin, M. Indonesia’s Millennial Generation Education Progress during Covid-19. Preprints 2021, 2021060310 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202106.0310.v1).

Abstract

Because of the covid-19 pandemic, world development has de-escalated, and some have come to a halt because there are many new problems that this era never faced before. Especially in Indonesia's education, every student in this millennial era who is already used to face-to-face lectures and teachers and professors are going through massive changes where every task will be done virtually. These actions are being done to prevent the spread of Covid-19. With online meetings, there will be many changes in the curriculum to find an effective way of studying, and the former curriculum will not fit because it was made for the offline lecture. Also adapting to it will take time. This article will bring up Indonesia’s education progress in this era while Covid-19 pandemic is happening and give an insight on how to anticipate this problem. Questions that arise from this topic are the effect of government effort on holding the pandemic, is it safe if school will be opened soon, and how education after this pandemic is. This research uses literature review methods where it’s done by search, gather, compile and interpret data that is being used. The data are from the latest research, namely from 2019 to 2021 published through Google Scholar, totaling 11 articles, and few online news to keep relevancy of the topic. The results of this study indicate that Covid-19 produces a change that is worse than the good. Even so, the government has allowed face-to-face and online learning according to the consent of students and parents. Thus, the community, especially students, teachers, and others, are expected to uphold education even though it is required to adapt according to existing protocols. From the research, literature review methods proved to be effective to study this topic while Covid-19 is happening to keep safety measures, but it does not give many details and specific information well. This method is recommended to researchers who don’t want to risk their life by being exposed to the pandemic.

Subject Areas

Covid-19; Millennial; Education Progress

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