Implementation and Challenges of Home-Based Teaching and Learning (PdPR) in Religious Schools in Kubang Pasu, Kedah

Rukhaiyah Abd. Wahab, Sharifah Ismail, Rafidah Mohamad Cusairi


Covid-19 has significantly impacted many sectors worldwide, including the education sector. This impact also affects educators in implementing home-based teaching and learning (PdPR). PdPR is implemented to ensure that students are not left behind even though the world is going through the Covid-19 pandemic. Therefore, research is carried out where the research questions and objectives are about PdPR implementation and challenges. Surveys are done in five religious schools in Kubang Pasu district, which involves 77 teachers. The research found that teachers still carry out PdPR even though they face many challenges such as limited interactions with students, lack of student attention, and limited internet access. To successfully implement PdPR, teachers need support from all parties, including parents, students, NGOs and the government. Thus, the research finding is crucial to the schools and Islamic education sector to study and improve PdPR to achieve educational objectives.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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