The Influence of Self Concept, Autonomy Education, Creativity and Studentsâ€™ Creativity Towards Result Learn Physics
Keywords:self-concept, autonomy education, creativity.
Self-concept and autonomy education are two internal factors that give students the strength of mind so that it can encourage studentsâ€™ learning process, achievement, initiative, and creativity. This research aims to investigate whether or not there is a direct or an indirect effect of self-concept, autonomy education, and creativity on studentâ€™s physics study results. The method used was survey with a sample of 190 students spread across six senior high schools in the Tuban Regency, namely SMAN 1 Jatirogo, SMAN Parengan, SMAN Bangilan, SMAN 1 Tuban, MA Assalam and MAN Rengel with stratified random sampling techniques. The data analysis technique used is the path analysis technique. The result shows that: (1) There are 29.2 % of direct influence of self-concept towards studentâ€™s physics study result, 13.8% of indirect influence of creativity, and 10.6% of autonomy education; (2) There are 17.1 % of direct influence of autonomy education towards result learn the physics,Â and 10.9 % of indirect influence through creativity; (3)Â The influence of self-concept towards creativity indirectly areÂ 41.2% and indirectly through autonomy education are 19.9%; (4) There are 33.5% of direct influence of creativity towards studentâ€™s physics study result; (5) The direct influence of autonomy educations towards creativity are 32.2%; and (6) There are 62% of direct influence of self-concept towards autonomy education.
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