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Abstract

Due to the large-scale social restrictions resulting from the massive spread of the COVID-19 in Indonesia affecting all aspects of society and daily life, including in the world of education, students learn from home as an effort to slow down the spread of the virus. During this pandemic, teachers as professional staff are still required in carrying out teaching and learning activities, but at the same time ensure students in constructive activities. Therefore, this research aims to investigate the impact of teachers’ professionalism on students’ learning motivation in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. A descriptive quantitative method is employed with 15 teachers and 30 students of SMK Al-Hidayah 1 Jakarta as the sample. The result obtained that there is no significant impact of teachers’ professionalism on students’ learning motivation in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. The lack of teachers’ knowledge in conducting online learning and intrinsic factor were two possible reasons for this. It is suggested that teachers should be creative and design the material in accordance with the characteristics of learning amid in the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Keywords

Covid-19 Pandemic Teacher’s Professionalism Students’ Motivation

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Angkarini, T. (2022). The Impact of Teachers Professionalism on Students’ Learning Motivation in Pandemic of Covid-19. Journal of Learning and Instructional Studies, 1(3), 131–142. https://doi.org/10.46637/jlis.v1i3.10

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