The Exploring Participation in Neuro-Linguistic Programming : Teacher and Senior High School Students' Perceptions [Eksplorasi Partisipasi dalam Neuro-Linguistic Programming : Perspepsi Guru dan Siswa SMA

Risa Mufliharsi, Eva Nurul Candra

Abstract


Neuro-linguistic programming is known as an alternative approach and technique especially in English. However, in praxis, many teachers didn’t apply it in the classroom. that is why in this community service, the team will have training for teacher and simulation for tenth-grade students about NLP. To differentiate conventional techniques by a teacher, a team focused on the exploration of teacher and students’ participation through the training and simulation. To find out whether NLP as an approach and technique can increase teacher and students’ participation during classroom instruction, the team investigated teacher and students’ perception. The team used four sets opened questionnaires. Each of them is five opened questions. There are two similar sets of opened questionnaires which administered before and after simulation for students. Besides, there are two equivalent sets of opened questionnaires for a teacher that administered before and after training.

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Neurolinguistic programming, pendekatan pembelajaran, persepsi guru, persepsi siswa, teknik pembelajaran

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30874/comdev.2018.107

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