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JCR. 2020; 7(17): 449-452


The Role of Learning Attitude Implementation in Education

Adi Irvansyah, M. Harun Alrasyid, Muhtadin, Riyadi Nugroho, AA Hubur.

Abstract
Learning attitude also determines the intensity of learning activities. A positive learning attitude will
lead to a higher intensity of activities compared to a negative learning attitude. The role of attitude not only
determines what a person sees, but also how that person sees it. The affective aspect in attitude is a source of
motive. A positive learning attitude can be likened to interest, while interest will smooth the course learning
activity of students, especially students that are lazy, do not want to learn and fail in learning, caused by the lack
of interest. Based on the things stated above, it can be concluded that the attitude of learning plays a role in
determining student learning activity. A positive learning attitude is closely related to interest and motivation.
Therefore, if other factors are the same, students who have positive learning attitudes will learn more actively
and thus will get better outcomes than students who have negative learning attitude.

Key words: learning, attitude, education, course, teacher



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