PERAN SELF-EFFICACY TERHADAP SELF-REGULATED LEARNING PADA MAHASISWA YANG BEKERJA DI MASA PANDEMI COVID-19

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Abstract

In December 2019, an outbreak of coronavirus or known as Coronavirus Diseases-19 (COVID-19) first occurred in Wuhan, China. The outbreak is affecting the entire world including Indonesia. Therefore, workers or employees who work in government and private sector carry out almost all work from home or known as work from home (WFH). Not spared with the world of education. Learning is usually done face-to-face, changing to a system in network (online) or online.This affects self-regulation as well as self-confidence that must adapt to the new environment. The purpose of this study was to examine the role of self-efficacy in self-regulated learning in students working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Self-regulated learning is a learning ability that uses aspects of metacognition, motivation, and behavior as persistently as possible, with their means and beliefs to achieve the goals set. Self-efficacy is a person's belief that he or she can carry out a task at a certain level that affects. This research was conducted at College X and the University of X Jakarta. This study involved 232 students who worked during the COVID-19 pandemic. The sampling technique used was the purposive sampling technique. Data analysis was performed using multiple regression (multiple regression) using Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS). The results show that self-efficacy plays a role in self-regulated learning by 9,8 %. It can be concluded that there is a positive role of self-efficacy in self-regulated learning. The higher the self-efficacy, the higher the self-regulated learning. 



Pada bulan Desember 2019, terjadi sebuah wabah virus Corona atau yang dikenal dengan Coronavirus Diseases-19 (COVID-19) pertama kali terjadi di Wuhan, Cina. Wabah tersebut menyerang seluruh dunia termasuk Indonesia. Oleh sebab itu, para pekerja atau karyawan yang bekerja di pemerintahan dan swasta melaksanakan hampir semua pekerjaan dari rumah atau yang dikenal dengan work from home (WFH). Tak luput dengan dunia pendidikan. Pembelajaran yang biasa dilakukan tatap muka, berubah ke sistem dalam jaringan (daring) atau online. Hal ini berpengaruh pada regulasi diri serta keyakinan diri yang harus beradaptasi dengan lingkungan baru. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk melihat peran dari self-efficacy terhadap self-regulated learning pada mahasiswa yang bekerja di masa pandemi COVID-19. Self-regulated learning adalah kemampuan belajar yang menggunakan aspek metakognisi, motivasi, dan perilaku dengan sekuat dan segigih mungkin, dengan cara dan keyakinan sendiri untuk mencapai tujuan yang ditetapkan. Self-efficacy merupakan keyakinan seseorang bahwa dia dapat menjalankan suatu tugas pada suatu tingkat tertentu yang mempengaruhi tingkat pencapaian tugasnya. Penelitian ini dilakukan di Sekolah Tinggi X, dan di Universitas X Jakarta. Penelitian ini melibatkan 232 mahasiswa yang bekerja di masa pandemic COVID-19. Teknik pengambilan sampel menggunakan teknik purposive sampling. Pengolahan data menggunakan regresi linear menggunakan Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS). Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa self-efficacy berperan dalam self-regulated learning sebesar 9.8%. Hal ini dapat disimpulkan bahwa terdapat peran positif self-efficacy terhadap self-regulated learning. Semakin tinggi self-efficacy maka dapat meningkatkan self-regulated learning.

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Self-regulated learning; self-efficacy; mahasiswa; pandemi Covid-19; college

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