Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 8(2), pp. 395 - 401
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080209
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The Analysis of Self-Regulation Learning on Elementary Schools at the Rural Area in Indonesia


Rahmad Bala 1, Dwi Sulisworo 2,*, Ika Maryani 3
1 Department of Islamic Education, Tarbiyah College of Kupang, Indonesia
2 Department of Physics Education, Ahmad Dahlan University, Indonesia
3 Department of Elementary Education, Ahmad Dahlan University, Indonesia

ABSTRACT

Information that is easily accessed anytime and anywhere becomes one of the essential factors that influence educational practice at various levels. The ability of students since elementary school level in managing information during the learning process requires excellent self-regulation learning (SRL) skills. In the periphery that is relatively lacking in understanding the importance of this ability, it is necessary to see how the SRL profile of students is the basis for further policy development. This study aims to analyze the SRL profile of students in rural areas in Indonesia at the elementary school level. The research method used was survey research at three elementary schools in Kupang City, East Nusa Tenggara, and Indonesia. This city is one of the cities in a disadvantaged area group. The number of samples was 106 upper-class students from three elementary schools. The instrument used was a questionnaire with a scale of 1 to 5 (from not like me to like me). The analysis used is quantitative descriptive analysis and MANOVA for comparing schools. In the three schools studied, there was generally no difference in the students' SRL skills except for one school, which in the Plan aspect was relatively lower than other schools. This finding shows that elementary students in NTT relatively need to improve their SRL skills. In the measured aspects, which include Plan, Monitor, Control, and Reflect, all of the criteria are more than sufficient criteria but not yet up to proper criteria. The implication of this result is the need for policies from school managers to teach SRL at school. At the level of learning practices, it is necessary to apply many learning strategies that encourage the growth of SRL.

KEYWORDS
Self-Regulated Learning, Rural Areas, Primary Education, Elementary School

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Rahmad Bala , Dwi Sulisworo , Ika Maryani . "The Analysis of Self-Regulation Learning on Elementary Schools at the Rural Area in Indonesia." Universal Journal of Educational Research 8.2 (2020) 395 - 401. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080209.