Proceedings of the International Conference of CELSciTech 2019 - Social Sciences and Humanities track (ICCELST-SS 2019)

The Effect of Future Expectations on Student Motivation in Pancasila and Citizenship Education Study Program at Higher Education in the City of Padang, West Sumatera

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M Nursi
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Available Online December 2019.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/iccelst-ss-19.2019.7How to use a DOI?
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Effect, Future Expectations, Motivation
Abstract
The condition of "deteriorating learning spirit" for most students in the Pancasila and Citizenship Education (PCE) study program in Padang City currently makes us worry about the quality of graduates, moreover they will face challenges in various symptoms of "moral decline" among students like low ethics , immoral behavior, promiscuity, violence, pornography, and fights. This study aims to reveal how strong PCE students are committed to their future, focusing on the influence of future expectations as PCE teachers on learning motivation. This study (2018) used a quantitative approach with a cross sectional survey. After testing the instrument, then with and with the questionnaire, 217 samples (43.5 percent) were conducted with the pre-survey stage, testing instruments with validity and reliability analysis of proportional randomized data collection, Normality Test, Population Homogeneity Test, Linearity Test. , Multicollinearity Test, then test hypotheses with ANOVA regression and statistics through IBM SPSS 20. The results of data processing show that the highest achievement of the ideal score is "the basis of" selection of study programs / professions "is 77.03 percent (sufficient), while the lowest indicator is" expected implications "of 58.31 percent (less). 50 percent (enough). From the test, the hypothesis is accepted, where the significance value is 0.001 smaller than 0.05. That is, expectations / aspirations for the future have a significant influence on learning motivation. The stronger the future expectations / aspirations of students to become PCE teachers, their motivation to study is stronger, while the influence coefficient is 0.215 with t = 3.235 and Significance 0.001 which is smaller than alpha 0.005, meaning that future expectations / ideals significantly influence motivation student learning is 0.215. These findings can be interpreted as stronger future expectations / student ideals, the stronger the motivation to learn.
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