ANALISIS KETERLAKSANAAN PRAKTIKUM MATA KULIAH FISIOLOGI HEWAN PRODI PENDIDIKAN BIOLOGI PADA MASA PERSIAPAN ERA TRANSISI PANDEMI KE ENDEMI COVID-19

Masyitha Wahid, Nurul Hidayah

Abstract


Current epidemiology status shows a declining trend in COVID-19 cases. For this reason, Indonesia has begun to relax several regulations regarding COVID-19 as the preparation for transition pandemic to endemic. During this time, the Animal Physiology practicum was carried out face-to-face for the first time since the pandemic occurred. This study seeks to investigate the implementation of the Animal Physiology practicum in the preparation for the pandemic-to-endemic COVID-19 transition at the Biology Education Study Program, Universitas Sulawesi Barat. This is a qualitative descriptive study where the data was collected by interviewing relevant respondents. Question indicators were regarding practicum preparation, practicum implementation, assistants’ roles, equipment condition and availability of practicum materials, evaluation, and obstacles during practicum implementation. The result of the study reveals that the Animal Physiology practicum was well implemented. It appears that the practicum was designed by still considering the health protocol for COVID-19. The adjustments were seen from the preparation to the practicum evaluation. However, there are some obstacles experienced due to some COVID-19 regulations such as the limitation of interaction between students during the practicum and not all practicum units as in the practicum guide could be conducted.

Keywords: animal physiology, COVID-19, pandemic-to-endemic transition, practicum implementation 




DOI: https://doi.org/10.51336/cb.v5i2.351

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