Exploring Classroom Management for Limited Face-to-Face Learning in the Midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Narrative Study

yudha aprizani(1*)

(1) Universtias Islam Kalimantan MAB Banjarmasin
(*) Corresponding Author


This study constructed on the experiences and obstacles of senior school teachers in limited face-to-face learning during the covid-19 pandemic. This study also created a narrative inquiry design to explore more deeply the stories of senior school teachers' experiences and obstacles in this limited face-to-face learning. Data collection is done through more in-depth interviews with face-to-face. This data were analyzed by using a three-dimensional framework, namely, temporality, sociality, and place. The result of finding showed that the teachers undergo various learning approach in classroom activities during limited face to face learning. The learning approach used by the teachers seemed to concern about Flipped Classroom. In this study, it gave experience for the other teachers to undergo their live experience especially for classroom activities.



classroom management, Limited Face to Face Learning, Learning Approach

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31602/intensive.v5i2.7929


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