HUBUNGAN METODE TUTOR SEBAYA DAN PENIDIKAN KARAKTER DENGAN HASIL BELAJAR MATEMATIKA SISWA SMPN 1 KOTA PANGKAJENE

Authors

  • Rahmat Kamaruddin STKIP Andi Matappa, Pangkep, Indonesia

Keywords:

pemahaman konsep, logaritma, self-efficacy

Abstract

Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis kuantitafif dengan metode survey dan teknik korelasional. Metode yang digunakan untuk menggambarkan hubungan antar variabel yang diteliti dan hubungan antar variabel yang ditunjukkan oleh nilai koefisien korelasi. Koefisien korelasi merupakan suatu alat statistik yang digunakan untuk membantu peneliti dalam memahami tingkat hubungan tersebut. Penelitian ini memiliki tujuan yaitu untuk mengetahui hubungan antara metode tutor sebaya dan pendidikan karakter secara bersama-sama dengan hasil belajar matematika siswa. Dari hasil penelitian dan pengolahan data yang dilakukan dapat disimpulkan bahwa terdapat hubungan positif dan signifikan antara metode tutor sebaya dan pendidikan karakter secara bersama-sama dengan hasil belajar matematika siswa di SMP Negeri 1 Kota Pangkajene. Pendidikan karakter dapat dijadikan sebagai salah satu alternatif dalam pembentukan karakter dalam kehidupan sehari-hari.

Kata Kunci: Metode Tutor Sebaya, Pendidikan Karakter, Hasil Belajar Matematika

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2024-03-31