Understanding education character loss during long-distance learning in pandemic disruption in Madrasah




character education, include understanding, long-distance learning, lost character, pandemic learning


It must be admitted that as long as a pandemic affected the world, it is continued with every country closing schools but turning on giving in a distinctive approach, often there has been a shift in the values ​​of style, character, and everything related to education. One of the shifts in the past and the character of education worldwide is the impact of implementing machines. To answer this question, we have conducted a series of literature reviews on several complications that actively discuss marine character education during the pandemic and disrupted education from various sports perspectives on the field. This qualitative study entirely used secondary data in the form of scientific reports that have been published in various ways. After a series of in-depth reviews and criticisms, we can conclude the results, among others, that there has been a loss of character education during this pandemic due to a shift in the way of learning in madrasah and school in general, which was previously face-to-face and then turned into distance learning solution.


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Riyadhi, B. (2022). Understanding education character loss during long-distance learning in pandemic disruption in Madrasah. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 6(2), 130–141. https://doi.org/10.53730/ijssh.v6n2.10108



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