This research aims to investigate perceptions from parents who have children with disabilities about online physical education classes during COVID-19. The characteristic of this research was qualitative through interviews towards 36 parents of children with disabilities from 2 provinces in Indonesia that prepared to participate in this research. Data analysis by using thematic analysis of qualitative data, including: (a) Interviews. (b) The transcribed interviews was read repeatedly by the author. (c) Given labeled. (d) Data were sorted based on categorization, coding, and highlighting. (e) A collection of similar phrases. (f) Examining. (g) Arranging the data. (h). Share themes. The study results found three main themes, namely: instructional of models learning, technical and motivational obstacles to online learning, and the advantage of online learning. In general, according to parents’ perception, the success of online physical education learning during COVID-19 is determined by the participation and support from all parties including central and local governments, teachers, and parents. This study contributes to recent literature concerning physical education learning through online during COVID-19.
children with disabilities, parents’ perceptions, online learning, qualitative method
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Jumareng, H., Setiawan, E., Asmuddin, A., Rahadian, A., Gazali, N., & Badaruddin, B. (2022). Online Learning for Children with Disabilities During the COVID-19: Investigating Parents' Perceptions. The Qualitative Report, 27(2), 591-604. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2022.4926
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