The Discrepancy Evaluation Model in The Implementation of Online Learning (On The Basis Of Parents’ Perceptions)

Bulkani, Bulkani and Setiawan, M. Andi and Wahidah, Wahidah (2022) The Discrepancy Evaluation Model in The Implementation of Online Learning (On The Basis Of Parents’ Perceptions). The Education and Science Journal, 24 (2). pp. 116-137. ISSN 2310-5828

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Abstract

Introduction. The evaluation of online learning is an attempt to see the extent of the education process in Indonesia. This evaluation study seen from parents’ perception is a new study that has not been carried out. Most dominant researchers evaluate the learning process by emphasising the school, but it has not been touched from the parent’s side. Aim. This study aims to evaluate the implementation of online learning based on the perceptions of parents of students. Research methodology and methods. A discrepancy evaluation model method is used in the present research. The discrepancy evaluation model embodies five stages of evaluation: reviewing designs and standards, comparing implementation strategies, reviewing whether the process produces goals, comparing discrepancies with objectives, and cost and benefit analysis. The research subjects were 231 parents, who were involved using a simple random sampling technique. Data were collected using online questionnaires and interview sheets. A table of evaluation criteria and descriptive analysis were employed to analyse the data. Results and scientific novelty. The study results show that the implementation of online learning can run well, but the government needs to prepare appropriate policies to maintain the quality of learning. On average, 72.82% of parents think that the online learning process is sufficient. There are still psychological obstacles in the form of fatigue, anxiety, too many tasks, and technical obstacles in the form of a slow Internet network and the lack of availability of online learning facilities such as cellphones, laptops, personal computers, which are input and follow-up devices for schools, so that online learning is expected to continue to be improved increasing its effectiveness. Practical significance. This research implies that evaluation is one of the indicators that can measure the success of a programme. To implement the online learning programme, namely in junior high schools in Indonesia, it is necessary to have a special education policy by paying attention to the segmentation of the characteristics of parents, especially groups of low-income parents and education level.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: discrepancy evaluation model, online learning, parents’ perception
Subjects: 000 Computer science, Information & General Works > 000 - 009 General and Computer Science > 001 General Knowledge > 001.4 Research; Statistical Methods
300 Social Science > 370 - 379 Education > 370 Education
300 Social Science > 370 - 379 Education > 371 Educational Institutions, Schools and Their Activities > 371.3 Methods of Instruction and Study > 371.36 Project Methods
Divisions: Perpustakaan > Journals
Depositing User: Publikasi Library UMPR
Date Deposited: 26 Jul 2022 19:05
Last Modified: 26 Jul 2023 06:38
URI: http://repository.umpr.ac.id/id/eprint/149

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