The Relationship of Parenting Self-Efficacy as A Predictor of Resilience to Parents of Children with Special Needs in Inclusive Schools
Putri Pranindita, Sari Yulia Ayriza
Available Online April 2019.
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- parenting self-efficacy, resilience, parents of children with special need
- Parenting self-efficacy is one of the predictors of increasing resilience. Parents with good self-efficacy care show a high level of resilience. Hence, it can respond to and face any challenges or pressures they experience and are able to adapt to various situations. This study looked at the efficacy-drift relationship as a predictor of resilience in the parents of children with special needs. Tests to find a significant correlation of self-efficacy care and resilience have been made to parents with children with special needs in inclusive schools. A total of 50 parents participated in this test. Self-efficacy care was measured using a questionnaire referring to Self-Efficacy for Parenting Tasks Index (SEPTI). Meanwhile, resilience is measured using a measuring instrument referring to Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC). The results show that a significant predictive result (p = 0.001) and a correlation coefficient of 0.81 means there is a very strong correlation between parenting self-efficacy and resilience.
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TY - CONF AU - Putri Pranindita AU - Sari Yulia Ayriza PY - 2019/04 DA - 2019/04 TI - The Relationship of Parenting Self-Efficacy as A Predictor of Resilience to Parents of Children with Special Needs in Inclusive Schools BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Special and Inclusive Education (ICSIE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 29 EP - 32 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsie-18.2019.6 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsie-18.2019.6 ID - Pranindita2019/04 ER -