The Importance of Parental Involvement in the Pre-University System During and After the Pandemic Covid-19
Keywords:pre-university, school, online learning, parental involvement, teacher, child
Parents have a strong desire to be kept up to date on their child's progress, accomplishments in the learning process, and extracurricular activities, as well as to participate in discussions and decision-making. They must have access to all information about the child's learning process participation, test results, and other tasks, opportunities, and skills that the child possesses. The study's goal is to present an overview of the significance of parental involvement in the pre-university school system during and after online learning based on teachers' personal experiences. The methodology of the study is based on a review of recent literature as well as a semi-structured interview with teachers from the public pre-university cycle who are also study subjects. Teachers, according to the data, place a high value on parental involvement. The parents' dedication to supporting their children's academic achievements was lauded, particularly by assisting them with their homework, which was an important component both during and after the online learning. Teachers report that parents are interested in and value their involvement in school problems and decision-making. During online class, all of the teachers believe that their effective online teaching is making a significant difference in their students' academic aspects, even with students who had lower learning results or learning difficulties. As a result, the parent's involvement as an important partner in the school community is required not only for school decision-making, but also as the main collaborator of the teacher, for an effective teaching process and his child's high school performance.
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