Sefl-Efficacy Training to Improve Students’ Self-Concept

  • Rizki Maghfiroh
  • Purwati Purwati
  • Hijrah Eko Putro

Abstract

This research aims to determine the effect of self-efficacy training on improving
the self-concept of seventh grade students of SMP Plus Ihya’ul Ulum Muntilan.
This research is true experimental design research with pretest-posttest control
group design. Research subject were selected using simple random sampling. The
samples taken were 22 students consisting of 11 students as the experimental group and

11 students as the control group. The method of data collection is done by using a self-
concept questionnaire. The analysis prerequisite test consists of a normality test and a

homogenity test. Data analysis used One Way Anova Parametric Statistical analysis
with the help of SPSS version 25.
The result showed that self-efficacy training had an effect on increasing students’
self-concept. This is evidenced by the result of the One Way Anova Parametric Statistics
test with a probability value of sig. (2-tailed) 0,004 < 0,05. Based on the result of the

analysis and discussion, there is a difference in the average score of the student self-
concept questionnaire between the experimental group by 12% and the control group by

4%. The result of the study can be concluded that there is an effect of self-efficacy
training to improve students’ self-concept.

Published
2021-12-08