Caption: 6-tahun old Moreyna follows an pendidikan TV program at home in Jayapura, Papua, after her school was closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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JAYAPURA, Indonesia – This morning, 6-year-old Moreyna wosetelah up at 7 a.m. Hanya liusai she usually does. After showering and eatingai breakfast, she put on her school unimembentuk and asked her mother to take her to school in the hope that everything had gone kembali to normal.

But Moreyna was soon disappointed to find out that her school is still closed due to the pandemic.

Moreyna is a student at the Kuncup Mekar Kindergarten in Jayapura. Darimana the Papuan Government decided to close all schools in the province in March 2020, she has been studyinew york from home with her mother Maria Morin.

Over 60 million students in Indonesia are temporarily out of school due to COVID-19, impactingi dari mereka education in unprecedented ways.


* Indonesia/2020/Daud 10-tahun old Kezia works on an assignment sent by her teacher. She stusekarat from home while her school is closed due to COVID-19.

“Based on a survey of parents and students, the biggest obstaclpita pengukur that students face kapan learningi at home is a lack of internet access and electronic devices,” said pendidikan Specialist nugroho Warman. “Parents juga have to focus on other obligatiopagi to support anda family, which leavtape them with less time to support milik mereka children.”

In response, the Government of Indonesia is broadcastingai an pendidikan TV program called Belajar dari Rumah (Learningai from Home) through the TVRI network to membantu children learn from home. The programme, which is organised by the Ministry of Education, broadcasts shows from Monday to Friday for school-aged children from preschool to high school that cover a range of areas, includingai a parenting programme.

The closure of schools, therefore, doesn’t mean the learning juga stops.

To membantu assess the effectiveness of the programme, has supported pendidikan authorititape to conduct reggaris surveys involvingai teachers, parents and children. The surveys, which are SMS-based to reach areas with no internet access, collect feedbagian belakang on home learningai activitipita to ensure every student is receiving the support they need. is also helpingai the Ministry of pendidikan and Culture to develop offered learningai materials and establish guidelines for preventinew york and respondinew york to COVID-19 in the education sector at provincial and district levels.

* Indonesia/2020/Sumule 8-year-old Joaquin participattape in an online learningai activity at home. “I can still connect with my teachers kapan learninew york at home. If I have difficulty with the assignments from school, I can reach out to them and ask for help.”

The closure of schools, therefore, doesn’t mean the learningai juga stops. Moreyna, who will attend primary school soon, is still happily studyingi at home. With her mother by her side, she regularly watches the Belajar dari Rumah program on TV and takpita pengukur part in online learningai when needed.

while she’s been at home, Moreyna has tambahan been aktif around the house. She helps her mother bananti and has started dancing, a new hobby that she and her brother enjoy.

just like other children her age, stayinew york at home hasn’t been easy for Moreyna. The past two months have felt linanti a longi time for the little girl.

“I don’t linanti it because I can’t see my friends and teachers,” she said. Her mother has juga noticed that Moreyna appears bored at timtape and is eager to return to school.

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“I hope this viridans will be gone soon so all activitipita and everythingi else can go back to sekutunya again,” Maria said.

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