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This study aims to describe: 1) Planning for distance learning activities. 2) The process of implementing distance learning activities. 3) Evaluation of distance learning activities. Type of qualitative research. Data collection techniques used observation, interviews and documentation. The validity of the data was obtained through triangulation of sources and triangulation of techniques. The results showed that: 1) Distance learning planning was implemented as an alternative to learning during the Covid-19 pandemic by adjusting to the situation and condition of the parents. 2) The process of implementing distance learning is carried out online, there are obstacles in using internet quotas and student boredom is overcome by limiting the use of applications and giving time for students to interact with friends to reduce boredom. 3) Evaluation of the activity is carried out by making direct parental relations with the aim that during PJJ students remain under supervision
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