Things to Prepare for Face-to-Face Schools
www.rancakmedia.com - The government has announced that schools will limit evaluations Offline School in the new school year starting July 2021.
The regulation is based on the Joint Decree (SKB) of the 4 ministers regarding the basis for implementing an evaluation in an outbreak. This regulation encourages schools to offer face-to-face learning (PTM) using health and distance learning (PJJ) procedures.
Not long back at school we have a "special guest" we want, a student we care about. As if the teacher is the host and the student is the guest, the host must prepare his guest's favorite dish.
One thing that is important to prepare is the limitation of an effective face-to-face school system. What should the teacher do next to offer the guest a "special meal"?
1. Basic Capability Research
Prior to limited individual evaluation, teachers were required to conduct research to discover fundamental capabilities for students.
One option is to simplify (not condense) the material to shorten evaluation time. As a result, the distributed time can be used for various activities planned to enhance students' Life Skills.
2. Realize the Power of the Learner
At the beginning of limited PTM face-to-face, students learn repetitive material on something said while studying at home for 1-2 weeks.
Teachers need to identify skills that students have mastered and not mastered. The results of the analysis become material for further evaluation.
This effort has the goal of minimizing the loss of evaluation or reduction of learning skills for students when they have to study at home.
Principals must work with teachers to create evaluation programs and determine the implementation of school programs such as literacy or other special programs.
Furthermore, the teacher can design learning in one semester. The planner is simple and contains a few important steps for each week.
Every week it is clearly recorded what skills are important for students to achieve and what topics are covered in offline schools.
4. Optimizing Capability Acquisition
Teacher Give topics according to the capabilities that students want to achieve. For example, today students will play water. Students can be instructed to read fiction books about water to increase their interest. Then, students can be asked to form the next row to play water.
This can be done through science evaluations that study the concept of water pressure, PPKn evaluations regarding preserving water use to study rights and obligations, or even mathematical evaluations to calculate the movement of waterways.
After completing the training, students are asked to tell a story orally (speak and listen) or write down what they are doing.
Don't forget to add teaching videos that can reinforce the material you receive. The above guidelines can be used to attract students to limited individual schools. One thing that is maintained by the teacher is the skills that the curriculum imparts to students.