THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE INDONESIAN SCHOOL LEARNING PROCESS
The Covid-19 pandemic is now beginning to penetrate the world of education. The Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) is currently based on official information, ready for all scenarios, including encouraging online learning for students. This article aims to explain one side of a debatable opinion on a hot issue. This study collected data from three teachers in a Cirebon city school. Chairperson of the Cirebon city education office and a senior teacher. Semi-structured interviews via the Zoom meeting application are used to gather views on what these specialists think will be the effect of COVID-19 on students' general performance in the learning process. The reality shows that the dynamics of learning in Indonesia are currently being disrupted by the Covid-19 outbreak which has impacts including; 1) schools are transferred to homes through an online learning process; 2) there is a transformation of technology-based learning media through the use of Whatapp Group, Zoom, Google Classroom, WebEx, Youtube, and TV channels (TVRI); 3) adjustment of learning methods; 4) adjusting the learning evaluation to determine the standards for class promotion and graduation; and 5) demands collaboration between parents of students at home as a substitute for teachers in controlling children's learning.