Pembiasaan Nilai-Nilai Karakter Motivasi dan Kemandirian Menyelesaikan Studi di UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta

Ary Purwatiningsih* -  Universitas Negeri Terbuka, Indonesia
Septian Aji Permana -  Universitas PGRI Yogyakarta2, Indonesia

DOI : 10.24269/jpk.v5.n1.2020.pp1-12

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis internalisasi nilai motivasi dan kemandirian belajar mahasiswa jarak jauh di UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta dalam menyelesaikan studi di UPBJJ-UT. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif untuk menganalisis nilai-nilai karakter motivasi belajar dan kemandirian mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta untuk menyelesaikan studi mereka. Informan dalam penelitian ini adalah Manajer UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta, Mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta, dan Keluarga Mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta. Teknik pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan observasi partisipan dan wawancara mendalam. Data yang dikumpulkan kemudian dianalisis dengan menggunakan teknik domain dengan pendekatan tipologi umur, jarak rumah, dan pendapatan. Temuan menunjukkan bahwa motivasi dan kemandirian dibutuhkan oleh mahasiswa dalam menyelesaikan perkuliahan. Motivasi dan kemandirian yang tinggi membuat siswa lebih rajin belajar, sebaliknya mahasiswa yang memiliki motivasi dan kemandirian rendah membuat mereka malas untuk belajar. Fnomena yang terjadi di UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta terlihat bahwa motivasi dan kemandirian mahasiswa masih relatif rendah. Secara umum, mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta hanya akan belajar jika mendekati waktu ujian atau jika ada tugas tutorial saja. Rendahnya nilai motivasi dan kemandirian mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta berdampak pada rendahnya daya tahan belajar siswa.Tingkat kelulusan rata-rata mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta menunjukkan bahwa 70% tidak dapat lulus tepat waktu, semakin tinggi motivasi dan kemandirian mahasiswa UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta, maka mahasiswa dapat lulus sesuai dengan waktu yang ditentukan

Habitual Character Values Motivation and Independence Complete Study at UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta. This study aims to analyze the internalization of the motivation and independence of distance learning at UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta in completing studies at UPBJJ-UT. This study uses a qualitative approach to analyze the values of learning motivation and independence of UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta students to complete their studies. Informants in this study were UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta Managers, UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta Students, and UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta Student Families. Data collection techniques are done by participant observation and in-depth interviews. The data collected was then analyzed using domain techniques with the typology approach of age, home distance, and income. The study shows that motivation and independence are needed by students in completing studies. High motivation and independence make students more diligent in learning, whereas students who have low motivation and independence make them lazy to learn. The phenomena occurring at UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta shows that students' motivation and independence are still relatively low. In general, UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta students will only study if approaching the exam time or if there are tutorial assignments only. The low value of motivation and independence of UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta students has an impact on the low endurance of student learning. The average graduation rate of UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta students shows that 70% cannot graduate on time, the higher the motivation and independence of UPBJJ-UT Yogyakarta students, then students can graduate following the specified time.

Keywords
Motivation Learning Independence, Distance learning, Blinded learning.
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