EFFECT OF TEACHING STUDENTS AND STUDENT LEARNING MOTIVATION TO LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN STUDENT CLASS X, XI IN SMA SATYA DHARMA BALUNG JEMBER

Moh. Agus Riawan

Abstract


Each educational institution, would want each student to achieve satisfactory achievement, achievement achieved by learners is the main measuring tool and expectation to know the success of an education. To further improve student learning achievement, it is necessary some way to support the process of achieving that goal, and among the ways that can be taken is to start the implementation of diverse extracurricular activities in each educational institution. Extracurricular activities are a series of program of teaching and learning activities outside programmed hours, which are intended to improve students' perspective, to grow talents and interests and to serve the community. For example: in Scout activities is a form of activities that many develop humanitarian and spiritual activities in bersosial, including environmental hygiene, giving help to people who are disaster, health and so forth. The article is intended to investigate to what extent teaching styles and the students’ learning motivation influence partially and simultaneously the students’ achievement. The study sampled 124 students out of 248 the tenth and eleventh graders of office classes at SMA Satya Dharma Balung Jember. Data obtained from questionnaires and documentation were analyzed with double regression technique. The result shows that both the teacher’s teaching styles and students’ learning motivation contribute a greater influence to the students’ achievement. However, learning motivation has more dominant influence on the students’ achievement than the teacher’s teaching styles do. But this study only discusses the conceptual only and the conclusions drawn from the hypothesis of previous relevant researchers.

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