Muhammad Zuhaery, Dian Hidayati, Badrul Tamam


This study aims to examine the preparation, implementation, and evaluation of digital transformation to improve student well-being during the COVID-19 period in public and private junior high schools in Yogyakarta. This research approach uses qualitative. The data analysis technique is using directed interview technique, participant observation, data presentation and conclusion drawing. The results of the study show that: 1) The planning used by public and private junior high schools in Yogyakarta in digital transformation improves student well-being, including by adjusting the curriculum used and using a simple curriculum during the COVID-19 response period; 2) The implementation used by public and private junior high schools in Yogyakarta in digital transformation improves student well-being, including using various internal school LMS (Learning Management System) platforms, ensuring the smooth running of students and presenting student well-being; 3) Evaluations used by public and private junior high schools in Yogyakarta in digital transformation to improve student well-being include providing bridging to parents regarding child development, conducting assessments that can be used as a basis for evaluating children's learning, and providing many opportunities for input to schools to evaluation brings fun learning. The findings that researchers have obtained and presented can be used for school insights and references in digital transformation to improve student well-being.


Digital Transformation; Student Well-Being; COVID-19; Online Learning

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