Irna Sjafei


Students are early adults in their developmental stages. Adult learning process requires appropriate approach and method to make learning achievement effective, either independently or applied in group cooperation activity.
 The application of cooperative learning can be an alternative way of learning that can develop attitudes on academic tasks. This review discusses the conceptual level to find the link between the impact of cooperative learning and the development of a responsible attitude on the academic task of the learner. Cooperative learning is based on the premise that the meaning of learning will arise from inter-individual relationships in interacting, communicating and cooperating with full responsibility in completing academic tasks together. Attitude on the academic task is the state in the students either in the form of feelings, thoughts and behavior to act or react to the academic burden in learning. The state is formed on the basis of knowledge, felling and experience it has as a form of learning outcomes.
 Cooperative learning can be effective if there is a lecturer role that is: 1) manage more interesting lectures, 2) build more responsive lectures, 3) create more conducive classes, 4) less boring learning, 5) motivate student learning, 6) Good interaction between lecturers and students, 7) creating clear and systematic lecture system, 8) lecturing done on time, 9) training students in public and responsible, and others.

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