Educators' Obligations in Overcoming Student Growth And Development Problems
Keywords:Teacher obligations, growth problems, student development process
Growth can be interpreted as an increase in size (physical) or a quantitative change in material due to environmental influences. This quantitative change can be in the form of enlargement or increase from nothing to existence, from small to large, from little to much and so on. Development is a qualitative process of change that refers to the quality of function of the physical organ, not the physical organ itself. In other words, emphasizing meaning. Its development lies in improving the psychological functions carried out by the physical organs. This research analysis technique involves interpretation using a qualitative approach (critical reasoning). So student development is indeed in a transition period from childhood to adolescence and from adolescence to adulthood, it can be concluded that way. At that time, students go through a period called adolescence or puberty which is very vulnerable to temptation. Starting from the temptation of women, so many teenagers who are weak in their faith have relationships outside of marriage, drugs and alcohol are rampant, destroying the younger generation.
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