Student's perception of learning, knowledge, attitudes and skills based on Indonesian economics
17 Pages Posted: 16 Jun 2021
Date Written: June 13, 2021
Efforts to improve the quality of learning are continuously made. One way to know students' perceptions of learning, knowledge, attitudes, and economic skills of students. This research seeks to find out about the learning outcomes that have been implemented from the point of view of student opinion. The results will be used as benchmarks in improving the subsequent learning process. This research procedure is divided into three steps, namely field observation, determining the research location. Next, determining the research subject, arranging the instruments, testing the instruments, validating the instruments. The last is data collection, data validity test, data analysis, and drawing conclusions. The data analysis used descriptive statistical analysis. The results of tests of students' knowledge of the problems and economics proved to be concerning. This is understandable because the test instrument used to measure it is based on the subject matter of ideal expectations which should be understood and mastered by students. The distribution of the results of the aptitude test on problems and economics is low, even in the test results on attitudes on problems and economics the number of students who score in the very low category is almost 30%. Students' skills in economic behavior are generally shown to be low, lower than the knowledge and attitudes domain. It was found that the economic lessons they take rarely provide learning experiences that hone skills in economic behavior. What is concerning is that students do not know the Indonesian economy
Keywords: perceptions of learning, knowledge, attitudes, and economic skills of students, the Indonesian economy.
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