Tahap Emosi Pelajar PSMZA Menghadapi Pembelajaran Online

  • Shaiffuddin Anuar
  • Yaswadi Mat Yasim
  • Azman Che Mat


Kestabilan emosi pelajar mempunyai kesan langsung kepada pencapaian akademik pelajar. Kajian ini menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif dengan edaran soal selidik melalui ‘google form’ kepada 405 responden. Mengadaptasi Teori Kepuasan Emosi dan soal selidik Penglibatan Emosi Pembelajaran Online, 21 item soalan dibina dengan tiga konstruk utama iaitu autonomi, kompetensi dan kesalinghubungan. Analisis mendapati aspek autonomi pelajar berada pada tahap sederhana dengan (M=3.6), aspek kompetensi juga pada tahap sederhana dengan (M=3.3) manakala aspek kesalinghubungan berada pada tahap tinggi dengan(M=4.7). Manakala aspek kompetensi didapati mempunyai hubungan langsung dengan kestabilan emosi pelajar dengan varian 13%. Kajian merumuskan tahap emosi pelajar adalah stabil dalam pembelajaran online bahkan pengajaran subjek bahasa adalah lebih baik secara online berbanding kaedah bersemuka.


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How to Cite
ANUAR, Shaiffuddin; MAT YASIM, Yaswadi; CHE MAT, Azman. Tahap Emosi Pelajar PSMZA Menghadapi Pembelajaran Online. Jurnal Dunia Pendidikan, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 4, p. 86-97, dec. 2022. ISSN 2682-826X. Available at: <https://myjms.mohe.gov.my/index.php/jdpd/article/view/20616>. Date accessed: 06 feb. 2023.