Development of Students' Psychical Abilities in Learning


  • Umi Nadra Aulia Putri
  • Sri Devi Aggraini


psychic abilities, students, and learning


The psychological development of students in learning plays an important role in ensuring the holistic growth of students. This article presents the concept of students' psychological development in a learning context and emphasizes the role of educators and a supportive learning environment. Understanding students' psychological development is an important basis for designing learning experiences that are appropriate to their level of development. The stages of cognitive, emotional, social and moral development must be understood so that educators can design relevant learning experiences. Creating a safe and comfortable environment is a key factor in the psychological development of students. In a learning environment that is accepted, respected, and supported, students can increase their motivation, self-confidence, and psychological well-being. Encouraging students' independence and responsibility is an important aspect in their psychological development. Providing opportunities to take initiative, challenging with appropriate assignments, and providing constructive feedback can help students learn and grow. developing social skills is an important component in the psychological development of students. Through collaboration, group work, and positive social interactions, students can learn about empathy, effective communication, problem solving, and cooperation. Managing stress and emotions is also something that must be considered in students' psychological development. Educators can help students manage stress and emotions by providing stress management strategies, recognizing and expressing emotions well, and teaching effective problem solving skills. integrating physical and artistic activities is an effective method in the psychological development of students.




How to Cite

Aulia Putri, U. N., & Aggraini, S. D. (2023). Development of Students’ Psychical Abilities in Learning. International Journal of Students Education, 1(2), 168–172. Retrieved from