Typical Parents' Interactions With Early Childhood During 'At Home Only' Learning
AbstractHome learning alone is one of the learnings applied at almost all levels of education when the covid-19 pandemic began. This study aims to describe the patterns of parent-to-child interaction during online learning, especially at the early childhood education level. The method used in this research is a case study with a descriptive qualitative approach. The data source in this study was obtained from parents whose children attended PAUD Wadas Kelir. The results of this study showed that home learning alone positions parents to reform as teachers. So the interaction patterns created during home learning alone show the position of parents in managing interactions during home learning alone is very important. The formation of parent-to-child interaction patterns produces two patterns, namely direct interaction patterns and indirect interaction patterns.
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