STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARD ACTIVE LEARNING
Keywords:students attitude, active learning
Active learning’s effectiveness as a technique varies greatly depending on the students attitude toward it. However, research on student attitudes toward active learning remains ambiguous some are positive, while others are negative. More research on attitudes toward active learning is needed. The objective of this study was to describe student attitudes toward active learning approaches, especially for students of English Education Teacher. The descriptive quantitative research design was used. This study assess the attitude used questionnaire contains Cognitive, affective, and conative aspects. The validity of this questionnaire around 0.339 – 0.599. Item validity of the developed attitude assessment instrument. The reliability Cronbach’s alpha was 0.807. The participants are 134. The result shows most students were positive (35.07%), neutral (59.70%), and a negative attitude (4.48%). The large percentage of students who have a positive attitude and the impact was discussed
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