| Published: November 20, 2018
Students’ Academic Self-Concept: A Founding Strategy in Learning Process
Educators expect that the students perform optimally in order to support the achievement of learning objectives. However, they need to reflect the internal and external environments created to support the direction of the totality of students or vice versa. This study reports a qualitative investigation concerning to strategies that train the development of students’ academic self-concepts during the learning process. There were four sixth semester students of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation program who are willing to be actively involved in sharing their learning experiences, including: 1) Lodolaleng D, 2) Lassa YY, 3) Nalle FJB, and 4) Nama LR (M = 21.5 years). Researchers used participation observation techniques, in-depth interviews, field notes, and focus group discussions when collecting data. The results proved the students’ academic self-concept is trained using six strategies, including: 1) Logical consequences, 2) Challenging responsibilities, 3) Dynamic expression media, 4) Solution-based feedback, 5) Direct evaluation of learning outcomes, objective, and transparent, and 6) Integrating thoughts and behaviors that motivate.
© 2018 Blegur. J, Wasak. M. R. P, & Pabala. P
Received: May 22, 2018; Revision Received: October 25, 2018; Accepted: November 20, 2018
Published in Volume 06, Issue 4, October-December, 2018