Backgroundof the study Inevery class there is a time for every subject, but sometimes some of mattersthat instead of having a classes it become vacant time, the student will have avacant time. Because of that vacant time the student experience idle, therejust spending their time for nothing. ABM learners also experience the idlemoments during class hour. Thisresearch study focuses to the ABM students who already experience idle momentsduring class hour. Did idle moments can help so that their mind can relax oridle moments have a effect to their studies? This study wants to know if theABM learners experience idle moments in their learning’s can affect theirperformance, is their accretion or is their decline to their learning.
Thesestudies also focus on the thoughts and feeling of the ABM learners during theiridle moments. Thereare many times that ABM learners experience it, and this study researcher wantsto know of what is reason behind it. In the other hand there has been greatdeal related research done in other disciplines finding that the time of daythat students take a class may affect their achievement in the class. Besides theycan control of these effect of idle moments and evaluate a new knowledge, canfocuses on their studies without idle moment, also the ABM learners needattention of their academic teachers for purpose and empathetic. Tofully understand how the teacher of the school, can influence their learning, itis important to have basic understanding of the biology of idle moments. Webuild on these literatures by looking at the casual relationship betweenstudent achievements, arguably productivity and scheduling of classesthroughout the day.
Because of very structured and regimented academicenvironment, we can estimate these effects free from the selection bias andissues with non-standardized grading that plague most studies. Whilemany studies have suggested changes to make to school schedules base on knowledgeabout idle moments time, no study has been able to assess how these schedulingdifferences actually affect students in learning.