Attitudes of High Special School Students with Hearing Impairment to Online Adaptive Physical Education Learning

Endang Rusyani, Sidik Permana, Risti Ragadhita


The research is quantitative descriptive research on theattitudes of high school students with hearing impairmenttowards learning adaptive physical education online inspecial schools based on phenomena happening right now.To find out the attitude of high school hearing impairmentstudents towards adaptive physical education onlinelearning, a method that was used in this research was asurvey method at high special needs school in Bandung,while the data collection using a questionnaire. The resultsshow that the attitude of high school students with hearingimpairment towards online learning of physical educationadaptive shows that 12.50% are included in the category verygood, 12.50% included in the good category, 50% included inthe category quite good, 12.50% is included in the poorcategory, 12.50% is included in the very poor category.Hopefully, subject teacher adaptive physical education cancontinue to provide motivation and understanding tostudents about the importance of adaptive physicaleducation and creativity in teaching adaptive physicaleducation though online thus students can be interested andshow a very good attitude.


Adaptive physical; Education; Hearing impairment student; Online Teaching; Special need

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