SIKAP, HARAPAN, DAN PERSEPSI SISWA PADA MATEMATIKA SERTA IMPLIKASINYA TERHADAP KEMAMPUAN REGULASI DIRI

Kusaeri Kusaeri, Ekky Dea Henwi Cahyan

Abstract


In this study, we composed a theoretical model as well as empirically tested the relationship between attitude, expectation, and perception towards mathematics with students’ self-regulation ability. Students’ attitude, expectation, perception, and self-regulation ability data were collected from a questionnaire to 104 eight graders in one of public junior high schools in West Surabaya. The collected data were analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) by Lisrel Software version 9.2 to determine relationship between the evaluated variables. Theoretical modeling showed that expectation and perception affected students’ self-regulation ability while attitude serves as an intervening variable. The contribution of each variable indicated a different degree of interconnection. Empirical testing suggested that attitude and perception directly affected students’ self-regulation ability, while expectation did not. The connection between expectation and perception with students’ attitude towards mathematics were affirmed in empirical testing results in which it clearly showed that expectation and perception contributed to students’ attitude towards mathematics.


Keywords


attitude; expectation; perception; self-regulated learning; mathematics’ learning

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