SELF-REGULATED ONLINE LEARNING DURING PANDEMIC COVID-19 OF POSTGRADUATE STUDENT
The purpose of writing this article is to analyse the role of self- regulated learning in the pandemic era covid19 and how postgraduate students self-regulate in online learning. The COVID-19 PANDEMIC, which has become a global pandemic, is currently demanding the government through the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) issue a Circular regarding learning and working from home in the context of preventing COVID 19 for teachers and for students for all displays throughout Indonesia. The only possible learning option in the midst of this pandemic situation is online learning. To solve this problem Postgraduate Students should be able to take advantage of the existing situation with conducive online learning activities, students must have their own strategies that support the academic improvement of students. Self-regulated learning (SRL) self-regulation in learning can be understood as the process of a student activating his own thoughts, feelings and behaviour in a systematic way that aims to achieve the desired learning goals. In other words, as a mechanism to help explain differences in achievement among students and as a means to improve achievement.