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The higher education academy still implement behaviorist learning in their learning process. Behavioristlearning is a learning that only observable, measurable, outward behavior is worthy of scientific inquiry. Therefore, the behaviorist learning only focus on changes in behavior. However that behaviorist learning method is less suitable to be implemented in learning process. Learner can implement new method that is known as constructivist learning. It can be combined with other concepts like SRL (Self Regulated Learning) and SCL (Student Center Learning). Constructivist learning design assumes that learning takes place as students construct their own meaning as they study with peers or apply new learning outside of school. The other concept is self regulation learning that is students’ ability to manage their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions in order to succesfully navigate their learning experiences. That concept is suitable with other concept that is student centered learning. It is an approach to learning in which learners choose not only what to study but also how and why. The conclution from the discussion is that the combination of constructivist learning, SRL, and SCL is useful for improving student independence in learning process. If the student can regulate themselves, then these students will also have awareness to learn by themselves. This can be taught through the concept of constructivist learning, SRL, and SCL so that we need methods that can implement a combination of all three concepts. The learning method that can be used is e-learning that use technology to deliver or provide teaching through the help of computer technology either with or without internet internet. The existence of the e- learning enable students to learn individually or independently to be active in the learning process. Method of learning with e-learning can be applied in learning model. The learning model development can be done with 4D method that is Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate.

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