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A teacher must also be able to manage instruction well, especially in terms of formulating instructional materials and creating student assessments. This can be done well if each teacher/educator is prepared to learn strategies and methods that correspond to the principles of the learning situation so that effective and efficient learning goals are achieved. In the learning process, teachers must create and prepare good conditions and situations so that students are ready to participate in class. In the learning process, teachers must create and prepare good conditions and situations so that students are enthusiastic to participate in class. The knowledge that students acquire in school will always be remembered if the learning situation is fun. In this context, it is necessary to discuss in depth the situational principles of learning, and to complement the discussion of these principles, it is necessary to discuss the general systems of learning methods.
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