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The Positive Impact Of The Independent Teaching Platform (Pmm) For Teachers In Implementing The Independent Curriculum

Eva Dianawati Wasliman
Nusantara Islamic University (UNINUS) Bandung
Yuni Nurwita
Nusantara Islamic University (UNINUS) Bandung
Nita Yulianti
Jln. Soekarno Hatta No. 530, Sekejati, Kec. Buahbatu, Bandung City


The purpose of this research is to find out and provide an overview of the positive impact of the independent learning platform (PMM) on the implementation of an independent curriculum in schools at any time. The method used in this research is qualitative research with data collection techniques through observation, interviews and documentary studies. The results showed that the Merdeka Mengajar curriculum and platform encourage a proactive, adaptive, and transformative attitude in the face of change, restore learning productivity, and provide flexibility for educators in appropriate learning methods. The platform provides self-training, sharing good practices, and collaboration, improving teacher competence, a pleasant learning atmosphere, and the implementation of the Pancasila learner profile. Positive impacts of the platform include increased teaching inspiration, improved teacher competence, a more engaging classroom atmosphere, online document storage, ease of teaching, and the emergence of the Pancasila learner profile concept. This platform is expected to support Indonesia's efforts in creating quality education that is adaptive to the times.

Keywords: Positive Impact, Independent Teaching Platform, Independent Curriculum ,


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