PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF LEARNER AUTONOMY

Muhammad Iqbal Ripo Putra
Citra Iswara

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Pre-service teachers’ limited understanding toward learner autonomy affects how they develop their own and their students’ autonomy. Therefore, this study aimed to reveal: (1) the pre-service teachers’ perception on the role of the teachers and students in learner autonomy; (2) the pre-service teachers’ activity on their own learner autonomy as a learner in teacher training school. 25 respondents were surveyed to acquire their perception. It was found that the pre-service teachers assumed that the teachers should hold the dominant role and be responsible to the learning results. Not only to that, the pre-service teachers still focused on exam-oriented activity; learning only from material given by the teacher in order to pass the exam. Due to that perception, their autonomous learning did not properly develop, as they prefer teacher-centered method. To deal with these findings, the pre-service teachers should not orientate on passing the exam, but rather on the progress as learning is a process not only the result.

Keywords: Learner Autonomy, Pre-Service Teachers, Perception


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30998/scope.v3i2.3064

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