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The occurrence of the Covid-19 pandemic forced educational institutions to change learning methods and techniques, especially at Islamic universities in Indonesia. Learning loss is a separate obstacle that must be faced after the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to describe lecturers' factors, strategies, and roles in dealing with learning loss in learning English at Islamic universities in Indonesia.
This study examines or interprets written materials based on the context of published records, textbooks, newspapers, periodicals, and articles. This paper's method guided the writing of research-based conclusions. These conclusions defined "learning loss" and examined the English learning problems at Islamic universities in Indonesia following the pandemic. Descriptive-qualitative methods get facts and interpretations. This method studies deductive and inductive reasoning up to the level of description.
This study finds some factors of learning loss in English learning at Islamic universities, such as internet access, the quality of their distance education program, families, and engagement.
This research concludes that in overcoming learning loss after the COVID-19 pandemic, learning recovery is carried out by all parties, including the university, lecturers, the entire campus academic community, and local and central governments, by designing the Independent Learning Curriculum.
This research demonstrates that the COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacts English learning. In addition, this study identifies the causes of student learning loss at Islamic universities.
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