A New Learned Construction Of Indonesian Networks (Online) At Elementary School Sutomo 1 Medan


  • Mery Christinna Program Study Master Of Indonesian Language Education, University Prima Indonesia
  • Erikson Saragih Program Study Master Of Indonesian Language Education, University Prima Indonesia




Learning Construction, Indonesian Language Learning, Online.


A current online learning applied, done to suppress Covid-19 spread rates.
An online learning system is implemented through a Personal Computer
(PC) or laptop connected to an internet network connection. This study uses
a descriptive qualitative approach. The purpose of this study was to
describe the construction of online learning in the field of Indonesian
language studies at SD Sutomo 1, Medan. The research subjects were taken
as many as 9 people, namely 3 Indonesian language teachers, 3 parents,
and 3 students who attend SD Sutomo 1. The object of research is teaching
material in online learning which includes writing, reading, and listening.
The data determination technique used the Simple Random Sampling
method. The research method is a literature study. The data analysis
technique used is by collecting data from interviews, observations,
documentation, and other sources. The result of this study is that online
learning is not as good as face-to-face due to the lack of direct interaction
between teachers and students. The conclusion of this research isSUTOMO
1 Elementary School chose to continue using the 2013 national curriculum
because the school wanted to continue to provide maximum learning
services to students even through online learning.


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How to Cite

Christinna, M. ., & Saragih, E. . (2022). A New Learned Construction Of Indonesian Networks (Online) At Elementary School Sutomo 1 Medan. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 3(2), 767–777. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i2.331