Studi Deskriptif Dukungan Teman Sebaya dan School Engagement pada Siswa Kelas VI di SDIT X

Lathifa El Nashrur Rahmani, Sulisworo Kusdiyati

Abstract


Abstract. Private schools are allowed by the government to develop curricula according to their respective visions and missions with conditions in accordance with national standards. This results in various school systems, one of which is the full day school system. SDIT X applies a full day school system with 8-9 hours of study time per day. Sixth grade students have more demands because they have to prepare for the national exam. This can affect the involvement of students in the school environment and class called school engagement. The students appreciate the existence of peers who are not picky friends, help when they do not understand the lesson, lend to each other, praise each other and strengthen to help them which indicates a relationship between peer support and school engagement. This study aims to obtain an overview regarding the level of peer support and school engagement of sixth grade students at SDIT X. The research method used is descriptive research method with a measuring instrument in the form of questionnaires conducted on the entire population with a total of 41 students. The measuring instrument used is adaptation from School Engagement Measurement by Fredricks, J. A., Blumenfeld, P. C., Friedel, J., and Paris, A. H. (2005) and Interpersonal Support Evaluation List by Cohen, S., and Hoberman, H. M. (1983). The results showed that students who had a high level of peer support amounted to 65,9% and students who had a high level of school engagement amounted to 61%.

Keywords: Peer Support, School Engagement, Sixth Grade Students

Abstrak. Sekolah swasta dibolehkan oleh pemerintah untuk untuk mengembangkan kurikulum sesuai visi dan misi masing-masing dengan syarat sesuai dengan standar nasional. Hal ini menghasilkan berbagai sistem sekolah, salah satunya sistem full day school. SDIT X menerapkan sistem sekolah full day dengan waktu belajar 8-9 jam perhari. Siswa kelas VI memiliki lebih banyak tuntutan karena harus mempersiapkan ujian nasional. Hal ini dapat mempengaruhi keterlibatan siswa-siswi di lingkungan sekolah dan kelas yang disebut dengan school engagement. Para siswa menghayati keberadaan teman sebaya yang tidak pilih-pilih teman, membantu ketika tidak mengerti pelajaran, saling meminjamkan barang, saling memuji dan menguatkan untuk membantu mereka yang mengindikasikan adanya hubungan antara dukungan teman sebaya dengan school engagement. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk memperoleh gambaran mengenai tingkat dukungan teman sebaya dan school engagement pada siswa kelas VI di SDIT X. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah metode penelitian deskriptif dengan alat ukur berupa kuesioner yang dilakukan pada seluruh populasi dengan total 41 siswa. Alat ukur yang digunakan adalah adaptasi dari School Engagement Measurement oleh Fredricks, J. A., Blumenfeld, P. C., Friedel, J., dan Paris, A. H. (2005) dan Interpersonal Support Evaluation List oleh Cohen, S., dan Hoberman, H. M. (1983). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa siswa yang memiliki tingkat dukungan teman sebaya tinggi berjumlah 65,9% dan siswa yang memiliki tingkat school engagement tinggi berjumlah 61%.

Kata Kunci: Dukungan Teman Sebaya, School Engagement, Siswa Kelas VI


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Dukungan Teman Sebaya, School Engagement, Siswa Kelas VI

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