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Durotunnisa, Nur Eka Wahyuningsih Riyadi
Published: 31 December 2021
 by  IAIN Palu

Abstract: Islam views that the first education carried out is family education. The educational situation is realized thanks to the association and the relationship of mutual influence between parents and children. Allah swt gives a lot of descriptions of how parents should educate their children in the Qur'an, which in general education must be based on love for children. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the role of parents in children's education is even greater at home. Because learning that is carried out online, either through zoom meetings, classroom, google meet, whatsapp and other applications, limits the monitoring or supervision of teachers on children's learning activities, this task is now the responsibility of parents. Many cases occur in online learning, especially the problem of children's interest in learning which generally shows poor results. This can be seen from the lack of attention of children in the tasks given by the teacher, slow in collecting until they do not do the task, children are lazy in following the learning process and so on. Regarding this problem, the author sees that the role of parents is very important in increasing children's interest in learning, namely by implementing effective communication both verbally and non-verbally, by always providing advice, motivation, encouragement and education about the importance of learning even though it is only done online. Through this, it is hoped that there will be an increase in children's interest in learning so that children's learning achieves better and maximum results.
Keywords: verbally / teacher / COVID / online / parents / learning / education / children's interest

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