Teaching and Learning Process with Ergonomic Approach Reduce Musculoskeletal Disorder and Fatigue Student of Institute Teacher Training and Education Saraswati Tabanan


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Teaching and Learning Process  with Ergonomic Approach  Reduce Musculoskeletal  Disorder and Fatigue  Student   of Institute Teacher Training and Education  Saraswati Tabanan

I Gusti Made Oka Suprapta1,  Nyoman Adiputra2,  Ketut Tirtayasa3, &

   I Made Sutajaya4

  1. Department of Biology Education, of Institute  Teacher Training and Education  Saraswati Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia.
  2. Faculty of Medicine Udayana University, Denpasar Bali, Indonesia.
  3. Faculty of Medicine Udayana University, Denpasar Bali, Indonesia.
  4. Ganesha University, Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia.



                   Teaching and learning  process with ergonomic  approach, can manage a teaching and learning process in the classroom by following the principles of ergonomics. Thus, students in the teaching and learning process is always in healthy condition, safe, and comfortable, so that learning achievement could increase. The purpose of this research  was to determine the effect of the application of ergonomics in teaching and learning process towards musculoskeletal disorder and fatigue student   of Institute  Teacher Training and Education Saraswati Tabanan.

This research was conducted on 16 students and used treatment by subject design. It was analyzed by t-paired test.   Musculoskeletal disorders were measured by questionnaires  Nordic  body map and fatigue were measured by questionnaires 30 items of rating scales. The result of this research shown that ergonomic intervention  in teaching and learning process could reduce musculoskeletal disorder and fatigue student   of Institute  Teacher Training and Education Saraswati Tabanan.

Based  on result and discussion as above it could be concluded that, the ergonomic intervention could reduce musculoskeletal disorder about 30.50% (p < 0.05) and fatigue about 35.25% (p < 0.05).


Keywords: Teaching and Learning Process, Ergonomic, MSD and Fatigue




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