Cognitive Ergonomics Aspect Benefit In The Learning Process

Gde Ery Suardana

Abstract


Cognitive ergonomics is an application which presses on cognitive factors mainly related to the process of thinking.
While education is a learning process that can produce changes in behavior that is expected. For it is necessary to study the
benefits of cognitive ergonomics in the learning process, especially in designing the learning model. In this research method
used was a literature study that seeks to be studied in depth and presented in a narrative based on the facts disclosed by
cognitive ergonomics experts and experts in education. The purpose of this study was to determine the benefits of cognitive
aspects of the learning process. From the results of the study carried out can be presented as follows: (1) aspects of cognitive
ergonomics is very dominant in designing the learning model which is oriented to the principles of ergonomics that
emphasizes the aspects of user friendly,(2) how to implement aspects of ergonomics in the design of the model learning is
part of cognitive ergonomics because it involves thinking and mental processes in designing the model, and (3) the
constraints faced in the implementation of aspects of cognitive ergonomics in designing learning model would seem to be a
serious problem if not addressed as soon as possible on an ongoing basis and through a participatory approach and examined
holistically. Suggestions can be submitted are: (1) in designing a model of learning should be tapped / pay attention to aspects
of cognitive ergonomics early, so it can produce forms of learning model ergonomic, (2) the results of this study can be used
as a reference in tracing rules of ergonomics in designing the learning model.

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