Proceedings of the First International Conference on Social Science, Humanity, and Public Health (ICOSHIP 2020)

New Normal at Islamic Boarding School During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Sumbawa Island

Authors
Satriya Pranata, Fadillah Ahmad Nur, Herlinda Wulandari, Muhammad Johar Zainuddin, Muhammad Hidayat
Corresponding Author
Satriya Pranata
Available Online 2 January 2021.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210101.044How to use a DOI?
Keywords
new normal, islamic boarding school, covid-19, pandemic
Abstract
A number of Islamic boarding schools are growing rapidly. However, living in Islamic Boarding School give a high risk of Covid-19 transmission because of the intensive interraction of the students and teachers within the same isolated environment while doing activities together. There is no research report on the new normal of Islamic boarding schools during the Covid-19 pandemic in Sumbawa. The purpose of this study was to explore the new normal of lifestyle at Islamic boarding schools during the Covid-19 pandemic in Sumbawa. The descriptive research method was used in this research. Sumbawa was chosen to represent the new normal conditions carried out by Islamic boarding schools during the Covid-19 pandemic in West Nusa Tenggara. 9 Islamic boarding schools were chosen with 88 respondents who were given a questionnaire and interview. The researchers used a purposive sampling technique with univariate data analysis presented in a table describing the amount and percentage. There has been a change in activities, regulations when entering Islamic boarding schools and the need for health for each element in it due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The finding indicates that the number of teachers who had received counseling and training on Health protocols was 18 (20.5%), 40 (45.5%) were online with schools and 30 (34.1%) had already been from other sources. 72 (81.8%) agreed students should start studying at school. Then 16 (18.2%) disagreed, 49 (57%) have attended seminars about COVID and 37 (43%) never. 37 (42%) had attended training on COVID and 51 (58%) had never attended the training. 55 (62.1%) currently admitted that the students have studied at the school. 9 (10.3%), and 24 (27.6%) students are studying at school with dormitory. 69 (78.4%) answered that the students had entered the school and 19 (20.2%) answered that they had not. 43 (48.9%) required students to carry out rapid tests, 7 (8%) required PCR and, 29 (33%) self-isolation at school. Summary: Majority of respondence hope that the students will start to learn face-to-face by applying the right health protocol. Health workers are supposed to do a socialization in Islamic boarding schools about health protocol to prevent the transmission of Covid-19.
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AU  - Fadillah Ahmad Nur
AU  - Herlinda Wulandari
AU  - Muhammad Johar Zainuddin
AU  - Muhammad Hidayat
PY  - 2021
DA  - 2021/01/02
TI  - New Normal at Islamic Boarding School During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Sumbawa Island
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PB  - Atlantis Press
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SN  - 2352-5398
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