What Is The Learning Process

What is the learning process? Learning process is organized regularly in the classroom, outside the classroom and at the field. Face-to-face lecture per semester is averagely good with the achievement of 80% of the target determined in the monitoring system (see table 9). In years to come, it needs improving to arrive at the more conducive proceeds of learning-teaching process. Prior to teaching, the teaching staff or lecturers prepare the materials in compliance with the subject mentioned in the Major Teaching Outlines. Every class meeting is made Teaching Program Unit formulating the clear objective of learning so the process of learning-teaching turns more effective and efficient.

To achieve the competence of learning proceed as expected by the stakeholder, the most important element is the textbook employed as reference. For the time being, books and other textbooks have been made appropriate with the relevance and competence by renewing the old books with the new ones. Effective learning method developed is innovative learning by educational instrument using cultural and technological approach. Learning process is more emphasized on the practical capability as superior competence.

Atmosphere of the student’s learning is moderately high as based on student’s recruitment to study at the Kriya Seni Department governed in compliance with the score of talent and main interest.
Assessment of learning achievement up to these days has not implemented the standard assessment like the Basic Reference Assessment and Normative Reference Assessment yet.

The convergence of intelligence theories and learning theories suggests similar methods for more effective teaching and learning. For instance, if we accept Gardner’s theory that the mind’s capacity for learning is much broader than traditionally assumed, we can probably go along with Kolb’s assertion that individuals have a natural ability to learn through a variety of methods. We can further conclude from the studies of Caine and Caine that connectedness is a key to effective learning. The following summary statements about effective learning are a distillation of the theories of intelligence and learning these researchers champion:

* Most people learn best in a concrete manner involving personal participation, physical or hands-on activities, and opportunities for personal discovery.
* Learning is greatly enhanced when concepts are presented in the context of relationships that are familiar to the student.
* Most people relate better to concrete, tangible examples and experiences than to abstract conceptual models.
* Most students learn best through some sort of personal interaction with other students—through study groups, team learning, and so on.
* Rote memorization of isolated fragments of knowledge is a relatively inefficient and ineffective learning strategy for most students.
* Transfer of learning from one situation to another is not consistently predictable, and the ability to do so is a skill that must be learned.


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