Integrating Neurodidactics Stimulation into Blended Learning in Accommodating Students’ English Learning in an EFL Setting


The article reports a research on integrating neurodidactics stimulation into blended learning in accommodating students' learning foreign language. The most important principles of neurodidactics and brain-based teaching are involved in motivation, emotion, learning, and memory. The learners' emotion about language affects their desires to learn a language. This study aims to examine (1) how can neurodidactic process of blended learning be applied to stimulate students learning in an EFL setting (2) to what extent the integration of neurodidactics stimulation into blended learning stimulates students' emotion and motivation in acquiring English in an EFL setting. The participants are 30 students of English Department of STKIP PGRI Jombang. They learn English as a foreign language Using qualitative data from observation and students' journal to provide the process of blended learning stimulated by neurodidactics and students' emotion and motivation in acquiring a foreign language. The findings show that neurodidactics stimulation supports students' positive emotion and motivation to learn a foreign language. Based on this study, considering students' brain work in teaching English as an EFL setting is suggested.

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Rukminingsih Rukminingsih, STKIP PGRI Jombang, Indonesia

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Conference: ACE2018

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