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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Humanistic and Mental Health Behaviorism in Shaping the Learning Process in Covid-19 Outbreak

Author: MOH.MAHBUB, ACHMAD SYARIFUDIN, AKHMAD ANWAR DANI, SYAFRIZAL, RATNA DEWI
Abstract: The learning process can be considered successful if the learner has understood his environment and themeselves. In other words, the learner in the learning process must strive so that gradually be able to achieve self-actualization as well as possible. According to the humanistic, educators should look for higher needs and plan for education and curriculum to meet these needs. Some humanistic psychologists see that humans have a natural desire to develop to be better and learn. In short, the humanistic approach in education emphasizes positive development. The approach focuses on the human potential to find and discover the abilities they have and develop these abilities. This includes social interpersonal skills and methods in developing oneself aimed at enriching oneself, enjoying life, and also society. This paper attempts to expounds the job of Islamic live-in school's (pondok pesantren) training in forming the network's comprehensive attitude and strict belief system, particularly college understudies. Indonesia as a country comprising of various clans, races, dialects and societies was worked with a comprehensive soul, to be specific the soul of common regard, sustaining and regarding the clans, religions, societies, races and dialects of others inside the system of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia. This comprehensive soul is instructed hugely in exercises and in the educational plan of Islamic live-in schools. The comprehensive qualities instructed at Islamic Boarding Schools further influence the individuals who have learned at Islamic Boarding Schools, including understudies at the college.
Keyword: Education, boarding school, humanistic, behaviorism, students.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.483
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