Student’s Cognitive Engagement in Learning Process

Sesmiyanti Sesmiyanti


Students’ engagement becomes essential factors in learning process because students have to participate in learning
process. Not only the students but also the teachers have to make a good atmosphere during classroom activities. They have to create
lesson, assignment and also project that interested to the students. Students’ cognitive engagement involves the students to think
during academic task, they have to have motivated to improve their ability in learning and also they have to participate and active in
the classroom. This paper is literary study.


Cognitive engagement; Learning process.

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