Perbedaan self-regulated learning siswa SMP di Yogyakarta berdasarkan keberadaan kedua orang tua

Irvan Budhi Handaka, Wahyu N.E. Saputra, Said Alhadi

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Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk menggambarkan  komparasi tingkat self-regulated learning siswa yang tinggal bersama kedua orang tuanya dengan siswa yang tinggal jauh dari kedua orang tuanya. Sampel dalam penelitian ini sebanyak 402 siswa SMP di Yogyakarta yang diambil secara  stratified random sampling. Komposisi sampel penelitian terdiri dari 150 siswa tinggal jauh dari orang tuanya dan 252 siswa tinggal bersama kedua orang tuanya. Alat ukur yang digunakan untuk mengukur tingkat self-regulated learning adalah skala self-regulated learning. Penelitian ini menggunakan Independent Sample T-Test sebagai teknik analisis datanya. Hasil penelitian menyimpulkan bahwa siswa yang tinggal dengan kedua orang tuanya memiliki tingkat self-regulated learning cenderung sama dengan siswa yang tinggal jauh dari kedua orang tuanya. Hasil penelitian ini merekomendasikan dilakukan identifikasi penyebab tidak adanya perbedaan self-regulated learning pada siswa yang tinggal bersama orang tuanya dengan siswa yang tinggal jauh dari orang tuanya.


The purpose of this study is to describe the comparability of the level of self-regulated learning of students who live with their parents with students who live far from their parents. The sample in this study were 402 junior high school students in Yogyakarta taken by stratified random sampling. The composition of the study sample consisted of 150 students living far from their parents and 252 students living with their parents. The measuring instrument used to measure the level of self-regulated learning is the scale of self-regulated learning. This study uses the Independent Sample T-Test as a data analysis technique. The results of the study concluded that students who live with both parents have a level of self-regulated learning tend to be the same as students who live far from their parents. The results of this study recommend identification of the causes of the absence of differences in self-regulated learning in students who live with their parents with students who live far from their parents.


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self-regulated learning, orang tua

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