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Elementary School Teachers’ Competence Development in Dealing with The COVID-19 Conditions: An Interpretative Phenomenological Study

*Sirajuddin Islam orcid  -  Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Endang Sri Indrawati  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
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The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on the education system, leading to school closures and switching to
online learning with very short notice. In order to support the effectiveness of online learning, it is necessary to
develop teachers’ competence in the utilization and use of online media. The study aimed to investigate educators’
teaching experience during online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. The three teachers who participated in
this study were recruited from the Gubeng 1 Public Elementary School in Surabaya. Interview transcripts were
analyzed qualitatively by using an interpretative phenomenological analysis approach. Data analysis raises three
main themes: 1) an overview of online learning implementation in elementary schools, 2) challenges in the teacher
competence development process, 3) support for teacher competence development. The results of this study
indicate the importance of developing teacher digital competence to increase the effectiveness of online learning.
Support from related parties is also needed to encourage the success of online learning.

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Keywords: teacher competence; online learning; teacher competence development; interpretive phenomenological analysis

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