DAMPAK MEDIA ONLINE TERHADAP AKTIVITAS BELAJAR ANAK DI LUAR SEKOLAH PADA ANAK USIA SEKOLAH MENENGAH PERTAMA

Misran Rahman

Abstract


Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk memberikan gambaran mengenai dampak media online terhadap aktivitas belajar siswa SMP di luar sekolah, di mana pengaruh media online yang pesat sangat tidak terkontrol dan dikhawatirkan akan memberikan dampak negatif bagi pengguna terutama generasi muda. Untuk mendapatkan hasil, penelitian ini menggunakan metode deskriptif kualitatif – kuantitatif dengan analisis persentase serta analisis statistik. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan terhadap sekelompok anak SMP yang bertempat tinggal di Gorontalo sebanyak 50 orang. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa media online mengganggu konsentrasi belajar anak. Namun, mengingat banyaknya manfaat penggunaan media online, pendampingan orang tua diperlukan dalam mengontrol aktivitas online anak. Hal ini melibatkan kesadaran serta pemahaman orang tua mengenai media online.

 

Kata kunci: Media online, aktivitas belajar, luar sekolah, siswa SMP


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