The Role of Counselling Guidance on Student Learning Motivation

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Raquel Yadira Latip Dilag


It is highly crucial that students have access to guidance and counseling services in order to increase their desire to study. The practice of providing students with guidance and counseling in order to assist them in realizing their full potential and overcoming the challenges they experience is known as guidance and counseling. Students will gain emotional support as well as incentive to study if they participate in guidance and counseling programs. Additionally, guidance and counseling can assist students in determining learning goals that are in accordance with their interests and talents, in addition to assisting students in developing effective learning strategies. This can be accomplished by assisting students in determining learning goals that are in accordance with their interests and talents. Therefore, the function of guidance and counseling is extremely crucial in the process of raising the motivation of students.


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Dilag, R. Y. L. (2023). The Role of Counselling Guidance on Student Learning Motivation . Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, 3(4), 1-6.


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