THE EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ADVERSITY QUETIONT OF SCHOOL STUDENTS ON MATHEMATICAL LEARNING RESULTS STUDENTS OF SMP N 2 NANGGULAN

Pupus Winandari, Suparman Suparman

Abstract


Emotional intelligence and Adversity Quotient of students in SMP N 2 Nanggulan are still relatively low due to lack of sympathy, sense of responsibility, and irritability. This is thought to result in low mathematics learning outcomes. This study aims to determine: a significant influence between emotional intelligence and adversity quotient of students in school on mathematics learning outcomes of students of class VIII odd semester of SMP N 2 Nanggulan, Kulon Progo Regency 2015/2016 academic year. The population in this study were students of class VIII SMP N 2 Nanggulan, Kulon Progo Regency in the academic year 2015/2016, consisting of classes VIII A, VIII B, VIII C, totaling 96 students. Class VIII A as a trial class, Samples taken from class VIII B as experimental class 1 and class VIII C as experimental class 2. The sampling technique uses saturated sampling techniques. Data collection techniques using non-test test methods. Data collection instruments in the form of questionnaires and multiple-choice questions. The data collection instrument test uses a validity test, a reliability test, and a different power test. The data analysis technique used is the prerequisite test analysis including normality test and homogeneity test, followed by hypothesis testing using 2x2 Factorial Design. Finally, use the t-test to compare the high and low average of each instrument. The results showed that: (1) there was an influence of emotional intelligence on mathematics learning outcomes, evidenced by = 4,859439652 ≥   =4, 0039 at a significant level of 5%, db: V1 = 1 and V2 = 59, (2) there is an effect of adversity quotient on mathematics learning outcomes, evidenced by   = 6,265821956 ≥   =4,0039 at a significant level of 5%, db: V1 = 1 and V2 = 59, (3) there is an influence of emotional intelligence and adversity quotient on mathematics learning outcomes, evidenced by = 4,528768652 ≥  = 4,0039 at a significant level of 5%, db: V1 = 1 and V2 = 59. Then from the results of Tukey's HSD test showed that the third treatment (low emotional intelligence and high adversity quotient) which is the lowest average learning outcomes.


Keywords


Influence, Emotional Intelligence, Adversity Quotient, Student Learning Outcomes Mathematics Outcomes.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12928/admathedust.v4i5.16367

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