ADVERSITY INTELLIGENCE AS A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR OF TUTOR’S PERFORMANCE

S. Solfema

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This paper discusses adversity intelligence, tutor’s performance, and the contribution of adversity intelligence towards the performance of tutor in Learning Activity Center (SKB). The discussion in this paper is presented based on the research findings, where the research was done by using correlation research design and all tutors in Learning Activity Center of West Sumatra as the population. From the discussion, it can be concluded that there were many tutors in Learning Activity Center of West Sumatra whose adversity intelligence and performance were still low and the adversity intelligence had a significant contribution towards tutors’ performance. 

 

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adversity, intelligence, tutor, performance

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