Face-to-face Learning Management to Overcome Online Learning Problems

  • Hega Nurazizah Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Endang Herawan Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Diding Nurdin Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Keywords: Learning management, Face-to-face learning, Pandemic


Since July 2021, the Education and Culture Minister, Health Minister, the Religion Minister, and the Minister of Home Affairs have decided to carry out limited face-to-face learning in all education units by issuing guidelines that must be carried out by every school during the pandemic. The things that underlie the implementation of this limited face-to-face learning are the quality of education has decreased and from other countries, decreased student learning motivation avoided the threat of dropping out of school, avoided a decrease in children's learning achievement, did not meet friends during the pandemic. This study aims to determine the limited face-to-face learning management during the pandemic. The method used in this paper is a qualitative method. The instrument used was an interview with the teacher of one of the Senior High Schools in Tasikmalaya that is SMAN 1 Singaparna. The results of the study indicate that the implementation of face-to-face learning is limited to being carried out systematically and following the applicable limited face-to-face learning guidelines. In addition, the school has planned and implemented it in accordance with health protocol procedures. In the learning process, the teacher provides material through the application, then during face-to-face meetings the teacher and students discuss material that has not been understood by the students. The positive impact of holding this limited face-to-face learning is the teachers and the students adapt to the collaboration between face-to-face learning and online learning. In addition, teachers have the freedom to increase their creativity in learning