THE DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIC MODEL OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT BASED ON MIND STYLES AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENT’S EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION STUDY PROGRAM AT UPI

Aceng Muhtaram Mirfani, Rudi Susilana

Abstract


This study aim to obtain a description of the information needs formula and model framework for developing a classroom management strategy in one of the Study Programs at UPI. For this reason, the research questions are asked: 1. What is the tendency of mapping student thinking styles; 2. What are the achievements in academic achievement; 3. How is the pattern of thinking style related to the academic achievement of students; and 4. Design of classroom management that is feasible, acceptable, and vulnerable as to what is for student learning. This research uses a descriptive method with qualitative techniques. To analyze the data in this study the "SSA" model was used. In general, it is formulated that there is a tendency of students' mind style domination in various categories related to the achievement of academic pesticides as well as variations in the dominance of the top four ranks which generally show proportional demands to maintain and change or develop the learning design of what has been running.

Keywords


Academic Achievement, Classroom Management, Mind Styles

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17509/jap.v27i1.24394

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