STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND ACADEMIC FLOW ON STUDENTS AT BOARDING SCHOOL

Nur’aeni, Rifka Azzahra

DOI: 10.26480/ess.02.2021.58.61

ABSTRACT
Boarding school is one form of school in Indonesia that implements a full-day learning system. The student study schedule is very tight because students study for 9 to 10 hours in one day. This condition causes students to have difficulty achieving academic flow in the learning process. This research aimed to examine the relationship between Student Engagement with Academic Flow to Students Islamic Andalusia Senior High School Boarding in Kebasen, Banyumas, Indonesia. The analysis uses quantitative research methods. The total samples in this research were 127 students. Sampling in this study using a technique stratified proportionate random sampling as 20% of the total population. Samples in class X were 56 students, class XI were 41 students, and then class XII was 30 students. The data collection techniques used are psychological scales of variable student engagement (45 items) and academic flow (36 items). Data were analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 25.0 for Windows Program. The result showed the relationship between student engagement with academic flow to students Islamic Andalusia senior high school boarding in Kebasen, Banyumas, Indonesia had a correlation of 0,728 and a significance level of 0,000. The result of data analysis showed that there was a positive relationship and a high significance between student engagement with the academic flow.

KEYWORDS
Academic Flow, Boarding School, Student, Student Engagement

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