Peningkatan Daya Saing Siswa Menengah Kejuruan Swasta melalui Pelatihan Regulasi Diri

Hastaning Sakti, Jati Ariati
(Submitted 25 August 2015)
(Published 23 June 2014)


The aim of this research was to design self-regulation training as an alternative effort to enhance students’ competitiveness. A total number of 147 students from two private vocational schools were involved as subjects. Pretest posttest control group design was used. In each school there were an experimental group, which got self-regulation training, and a control group, which got self-concept training. Manipulation was delivered six times each of which was supervised by two observers. T-test showed there were differences between experimental groups. SMK PL: before (M=89.93, SD=7.681) and after manipulation (M=92.16, SD=7.278) t(43) =-2.185, p<.05. SMK TU: before (M=90.62, SD=7.206) and after manipulation (M=94.03, SD=7.962) t(31) =-2.381, p<.05 and also control groups of two schools showed the same data. However, there were no differences in the competitiveness between experiment groups and control groups.
Keywords: self regulation, competitiveness, vocational school, randomized pre-test post-test control group design


self regulation; competitiveness; vocational school; randomized pre-test post-test control group design

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DOI: 10.22146/jpsi.6960


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