KOMUNIKASI PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS DARING UNTUK ANAK BERKEBUTUHAN KHUSUS DI SEKOLAH INKLUSI
This research looks at the phenomenon of the Covid 19 pandemic conditions which require learning activities at school to change to studying at home. This home school learning relies on online media, which of course has its own challenges in the implementation process. The challenge for inclusive schools is how this learning communication can be sent to students with special needs online. The purpose of this study was to see the online-based learning communication process for students with special needs, thus this study used a qualitative approach with descriptive data presentation. From this research, it was found that online media was not able to bridge the learning communication carried out by schools for students with special needs. Therefore all learning materials and learning messages are modified by shadow teachers (teachers accompanying children with special needs). Researchers discuss this modification with the analysis of the communication model from Berlo, namely the aspects of source, messages, channel and receiver. The conclusion of this study is that online-based learning processes for children with special needs cannot be done because children with special needs actually need face-to-face communication, face-to-face communication is one of the therapeutic tools for advancing the abilities of children with special needs.
Key words: learning Communications, Children with Special needs, inclusive school
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