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International Journal of Active Learning

Nov 05, 2016 Volume 1, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Active Learning Through Discussion in E-Learning

    Daru Wahyuningsih

    Active learning is generally made by a lecturer in learning face to face. In the face to face learning, lecturer can implement a variety of teaching methods to make students actively involved in... More

    pp. 1-4

  2. Enhancing Students English Proficiency Through Experiential Learning

    Ike Anisa

    In teaching English the method which is used should be communicative and suited to the students characteristics. It is aimed to create the teaching learning process which is interesting and... More

    pp. 5-11

  3. Student's Understanding of Graph Based on Information-Processing

    Helti Mampouw, Agung Lukito & St. Suwarsono

    This study is a preliminary research on how students understand patterns. Students' understanding of something is a cognitive phenomenon as, according to information processing perspective, an... More

    pp. 12-19

  4. Learning Strategy of Role Playing in The Material Submission of The Nuclear Power Application Environmental Physics Subjects

    Budi Legowo

    Establishment controversy of the Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) that is delivered in the Environmental Physics course of Department of Physics of Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Science of Sebelas... More

    pp. 20-22

  5. Students Errors in Reading Indonesian Poetry Aku (I) in Terms of Articulation and StressingIntonation

    Surastina Surastina

    Reading poetry aloud needs special skills, i.e articulating, stressing, and intonating skills, so that the poetry meaning can be well understood by listeners. Those skills must be trained to... More

    pp. 23-30

  6. Misconceptions Analysis on The Virus Chapter in Biology Textbooks for High School Students Grade X

    Dyah Saputri & Trianik Widyaningrum

    Source of learning is something that can not be separated from the learning activities. One source of learning is learning materials. The book is one example of teaching materials from learning... More

    pp. 30-37