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The Profile of Students Activities; Before, During and After Learning Fikriyanda Fikriyanda; Daharnis Daharnis; Verlanda Yuca
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education Vol 3, No 1 (2019): International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

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Learning activities are a learning effort by students in physical, mental, intellectual, and emotional aspects from the to hard observed activities that happened inside or outside the classroom. This study describes students learning activities that will impact on student learning outcomes. The method used is descriptive-analysis with a 167 students sample that using proportional random sampling technique, used a questionnaire . The instrument used is a questionnaire. The result of the research is it includes the students learning activities in Junior High school in the medium category which comprises learning activities before learning in school, learning during school, and after learning in school. The implications of this research can be a reference and input for Counselor to improve students learning activities at 19 Junior High school in Bandung.
Transactional Analysis for Developing Student Social Relationships Fikriyanda Fikriyanda; Netrawati Netrawati; Yeni Karneli; Neviyarni Neviyarni
Jurnal Neo Konseling Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Jurnal Neo Konseling
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/00417kons2021

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Eachlife span has a developmental task to go through. One of the most challenging developmental tasks associated with adolescence is the developing social relationships with other people. This ability is essential for everyone because it can affect various aspects of life. In educational institutions, school counselors can use transactional analysis theory to develop students' social relationship skills because this theory is based on social relationships and transaction. This article will discuss the role of transactional analysis theories and approaches to develop students' social relationships using the method of literature study. It can be used as an alternative used by school counselors to optimize student development, especially in social relationship and interpersonal communication skills.