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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Influence Of Emotional Intelligence On Mathematics Learning Outcomes Of Class VII Middle School 9 Buru Students

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AUTHOR(S)

Siami Prafitriyani, Irma Magfirah, Nur Fadhilah Amir, A Irmawati, M Chairul Basrun Umanailo

 

KEYWORDS

Influence, Emotional, Intelligence, Mathematics, School

 

ABSTRACT

This study aims to determine whether there is a positive effect of emotional intelligence on mathematics achievement of students of class VII Middle School 9 Buru. This study is an ex-post facto. Subjects in this study were students of class Middle School 9 Buru, amounting to 100 students from 135 students. The data collection technique using a scale questionnaire and documentation. The instrument used in this study a questionnaire of emotional intelligence class VII Middle School 9 Buru. Researchers used the help of the SPSS statistical software version 21 to create descriptive statistics in this study. Of the 100 students, 14 students (14%) classified in the high category, 68 students (68%) fall into the category of being, and there are 18 students (18%) were classified in a lower category. The result of the calculation is simple linear regression analysis obtained by the constant value of 25.504. The regression coefficients for the variables of emotional intelligence at 0.614. So the simple regression equation Y = 25.504 + 0,614X. The coefficient of determination obtained for 0.614 indicating that the emotional intelligence factors influence or contribution to mathematics achievement amounted to 49.70%, while the remaining 50.30% influenced by other factors not examined in this study. The final result of the study stated that there is a positive influence between emotional intelligence on mathematics achievement seen from the graph the regression that the points are scattered close to the regression line and the direction oblique to the regression line. The results obtained by analysis of the correlation coefficient of 0, 4821 and determination coefficient of 0.2324. From the results of previous research means there is a positive effect of emotional intelligence on mathematics learning outcomes. Based on the above, it can be concluded that there are positive influence between emotional intelligence to the mathematics achievement of students of class Middle School 9 Buru. This result means that the higher the level of emotional intelligence, the higher mathematics learning achievements obtained by the students. Conversely, the lower the level of emotional intelligence the lower the learning achievements of students of mathematics obtained. It can be concluded that there are positive influence between emotional intelligence to the mathematics achievement of students of class VII Middle School 9 Buru. This result means that the higher the level of emotional intelligence, the higher mathematics learning achievements obtained by the students. Conversely, the lower the level of emotional intelligence the lower the learning achievements of students of mathematics obtained. It can be concluded that there are positive influence between emotional intelligence to the mathematics achievement of students of class VII Middle School 9 Buru. This result means that the higher the level of emotional intelligence, the higher mathematics learning achievements obtained by the students. Conversely, the lower the level of emotional intelligence the lower the learning achievements of students of mathematics obtained.

 

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