• Tri Andayani STKIP PGRI Sidoarjo
  • Yuliyanto Sabat STKIP PGRI Sidoarjo
  • Sulistyaningsih Sulistyaningsih STKIP PGRI Sidoarjo



Flexible, Learning, English


This research aims to describe the analysis of flexibility in Tri Learning House including increased shared motivation to learn English, comfortable facilities, and freedom in time and place. The method used is descriptive qualitative as it allows for a clear description of the results. The data were collected through flexible learning analysis from interviews, with students at Tri Learning House. Flexible learning analysis was conducted through interviews, photos, and notes from students at Tri Learning House. Instruments are the researcher herself, flexible learning books, articles, tables, notes, and interview results, to be used to identify flexible parts. The findings of this research are: 1) Joint motivation at Tri Learning House: to increase knowledge until students can have added value from others, the new situation when they learn English comfortably character. Furthermore, students can explore their interests and talents based on their abilities, 2) Comfortable facilities, Tri Learning House will provide a pleasant place and completed facilities, becoming a place for information centers and opportunities to develop and develop themselves. 3) Regarding time and place flexibility, students have numerous opportunities to study subjects of their preference, providing them with the freedom to grow and adapt.


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