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Transisi pembelajaran dari daring menjadi luring pascapandemi Covid-19 mengungkap permasalahan pada sikap belajar. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengeksplorasi sikap belajar siswa yang terungkap pada masa transisi pembelajaran pada pendidikan vokasional, yang meliputi aspek menerima, menanggapi, menghargai, dan bertanggung jawab. Penelitian menggunakan metode deskriptif kuantitatif dengan pendekatan cross sectional . Sejumlah 233 siswa dan 127 guru pada pendidikan vokasional di Indonesia  dilibatkan sebagai responden penelitian. Pengumpulan data dalam penelitian ini menggunakan metode kuesioner dengan instrumen angket Likert berskala 4. Data yang terkumpul dianalisis menggunakan uji paired sample t-test dengan perbandingan antara periode pandemi dengan periode pascapandemi. Hasil penelitian menyimpulkan bahwa terdapat pengaruh signifikan terhadap perubahan sikap pembelajaran pada aspek menerima. Hal ini disebabkan perubahan situasi belajar dan menghargai karena pengaruh perubahan lingkungan belajar di sekolah. Aspek bertanggung jawab tidak menunjukkan perubahan sikap yang signifikan karena membutuhkan waktu yang cukup lama untuk membentuk kembali sikap ini. Aspek menanggapi menunjukkan hasil perbedaan cara pandang antara guru dan siswa karena kurangnya pengawasan pada saat pembelajaran daring berlangsung. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian maka peneliti dan praktisi pendidikan kejuruan dapat mengambil peran untuk memulihkan dan membentuk kembali sikap belajar, khususnya tanggung jawab dan menanggapi dengan mengembangkan strategi pembelajaran yang efektif.

Keywords

sikap belajar transisi pembelajaran pascapandemi

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How to Cite
Juliandarini, J., Sudira, P., & Mutohhari, F. (2023). Perubahan Sikap Selama Transisi Pembelajaran: Studi Eksploratif pada Pendidikan Vokasional . Jurnal Pendidikan Dan Kebudayaan, 8(1), 105-119. https://doi.org/10.24832/jpnk.v8i1.3853

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