Improving Spirit Of Learning Through Lesson Study

Triyanto Triyanto, Itok Dwi Kurniawan


The spirit of learning plays an important role in the success of learning. For educators, Spirit of
Learning means developing courage and character to educate with innovation, inspiration and
integrity and involves a facilitating or guiding approach rather than the teacher as expert. For
students and other members of the community, it means breaking through limiting beliefs and
attitudes around our own potential and developing motivation, creativity and enthusiasm for
learning in general. This paper discusses the process of improving spirit of learning through lesson

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