SELF-EFFICACY IN LEARNING TO SOLVE SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN INCLUSIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Wiwik Widajati, Punaji Setyosari, I Nyoman S. Degeng, S. Sumarmi

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Self-efficacy plays an important role in facing and solving various problems in the era of modernization, especially social problems in real life every day. This study aims to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and the learning outcomes of solving social problems of middle school students. This research was conducted on Inclusive Middle School students in Surabaya Indonesia. The data collection instrument used was inventory self-efficacy consisting of 27 items with reliability values of 0.896, test and inventory social problem solving consisting of 45 items with reliability values of 0.926. Data analysis is using Pearson Product Moment. Based on the results of research data analysis with a significance level of 0.01, the correlation coefficient was 0.533, p = 0.000 <0.01 and at the 0.05 level of significance the correlation coefficient was 0.294, p = 0.016 <0.05. This means that there is a significant relationship between self-efficacy and learning outcomes in solving social problems in Inclusive Middle School students.

 

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