Tekanan Psikologis Mahasiswa Saat Pembelajaran Jarak Jauh Selama Pandemi COVID-19
Keywords:Keywords: long, psychological stress, pandemic COVID-19, learning organization
Title: Psychological Pressure of Students While Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This study aims to describe psychological stress, factors affecting psychological stress, and the dynamic of psychological stress of undergraduate students in long-distance learning during pandemic COVID-19. Respondents of this study are 548 undergraduate students from many universities in Yogyakarta. This study uses a qualitative design with qualitative content analysis. The open-ended questionnaire is used to gain the data. Results of this study are : (1) psychological stress experienced by undergraduate students are anxiety, panic, feeling overwhelmed, bored, lonely, not confidence and have an impact on decreasing motivation to learn; (2) undergraduate students psychological stress is affected by some factors, namely students and lecturer input, learning atmosphere, socialization need, facilities of long-distance learning, and financial support; (3) the dynamics of psychological stress can be explained as follows: the factor that directly affects psychological stress is the low of self-efficacy that is triggered by learning delivery and learning evaluation disorganized. This condition arises due to a combination of competency factors and lecturers' work ethic, academic competence, and student soft skills, as well as inadequate distance learning facilities.
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