Ergonomics Approach to Improve Student Concentration on Learning Process of Professional Ethics

I.K. Widana, G.A.O. Cahya Dewi and Wayan Suryasa

This study aims to obtain the best formula or method of the learning process by utilizing the appropriate ergonomic rules. The material used is the object of professional ethics courses that are expected to represent similar material in the humanities field. As a dependent variable selected a full interactive intervention model in classroom management. All students should move during the learning process. As an independent variable, the concentration and level of student satisfaction and academic value are determined. It is undeniable that learning humanities, especially professional ethics courses is very difficult to be made interesting to maintain concentration and level of student satisfaction during the learning process. The only solution is to force students to play an active role in the classroom with the obligation to carry out instructions given by the lecturer/instructor, so that student physical mobility is maintained and concentration that usually decreases in line with the length of lecture will decrease or even disappear. A real experimental study, two cross-over designs will be used to see the effect of treatment. The impact of interventions carried out was observed through two observation cycles and a test was held at the end of each cycle. In conclusion, it can be said that the treatment given during the learning process has a positive impact on concentration and satisfaction variables and has good implications for the academic value of students.

Volume 12 | Issue 7

Pages: 429-445

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I7/20202024