Lack Of Self-Discipline In Students: A Study On How To Improve Self-Discipline In Students In The Blended Learning Process

  • Benedictus Surya Dharma Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata
  • Augustina Sulastri Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata
  • Basilius Oda Sanjaya Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata


The development of increasingly sophisticated technology allows the learning process to be carried out anywhere and anytime, commonly referred to as blended learning. However, the flexible learning process is a challenge where students tend to ignore the learning process due to students lack of self-discipline. This study aimed to identify ways to improve students' self-discipline. The research method used is a literature review by searching through Elsevier, Research Gate, and Springer through the keywords self-discipline and challenges in blended learning. The results found from approximately 6 journals explain that there is the same problem in the blended learning-based learning process, namely the lack of self-discipline in students. Found 3 Books and 16 journal articles that explain several important things to improve self-discipline, ranging from goal setting, Family, Environment, and how to maintain the behavior to become a routine. The conclusion of thisstudy found factors that affect self- discipline in students themselves such as motivation in themselves and also the goals set to be achieved.

Keywords: Blended Learning; Improving Blended Learning; Problems In Blended Learning


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