The Role of Education in Overcoming Student Growth and Development Problems


  • Tria Utami
  • Riri Damayanti


Education, Problems, Growth and Development


This journal article investigates the role of education in overcoming various problems of growth and development of students in elementary schools (SD). This affective ability consists of five stages, namely recognition or acceptance, responding, appreciating values, organizing, and experiencing. Students' emotions in adulthood are the same as emotions in childhood. The difference lies in the stimuli that arouse emotions and also the degree, especially in efforts to control themselves over their emotions. To achieve this goal, various learning methods can be used by educational institutions or teachers. The successful development of the cognitive domain will also have an impact ppositive for the development of the psychomotor domain. Psychomotor skills are all physical actions that are concrete and easily observed, both in quantity and quality, because of their open nature. The research method is an active learning approach, so that they become more involved and have high motivation and also encourage students to think critically, communicate and develop social skills. The research results show that education plays a very important role in overcoming the problems of student growth and development. These findings show that education can overcome students' problems, such as increasing awareness and understanding and improving the quality of learning.




How to Cite

Utami, T., & Damayanti, R. (2023). The Role of Education in Overcoming Student Growth and Development Problems . International Journal of Students Education, 1(2), 221–227. Retrieved from