Indigeneity and the Plight of Managing Behaviour; A Collaborative Instructional Model Based on Digital Classroom

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Akmal Mundiri, Zamroni, Muhammad Mushfi El Iq Bali, Hasan Baharun, Moh Holidi, Frisky Ervansyah, Athaur Rahman Abbas, Dahlan Abdullah, Cut Ita Erliana


The disruption of learning that found its momentum in the midst of a pandemic succeeded in forcing teachers to make learning innovations. The process of learning innovation undertaken by teachers is often hampered by differences in abilities between each student and the carrying capacity of facilities and other supporters, especially the ability of students' parents. However, these obstacles can be overcome if the teacher is able to use the approach that is characteristic of Indonesian society. This approach does not necessarily meet with obstacles. Thus, this study seeks to reveal the indigeneity and the plight of managing behaviour; a collaborative instructional model based on digital classrooms in elementary schools. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study. The results showed that collaborative instructional models based on digital classrooms in elementary schools were carried out by analysis and identification of learning objectives, prepare and distribute behaviour control books, deep communication between teacher and parents, and consistency and positively functioning classrooms.

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