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Identification of Student Attitudes toward Physics Learning at Batanghari District High School

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Astalini, Dwi Agus Kurniawan *, Rahmat Perdana, Deti Kurniasari

Faculty of Teaching and Education, University Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia.

*Corresponding author: Dwi Agus Kurniawan,Profesional Lecture

Abstract

This study aims to determine students' attitudes toward physics learning at State Senior High School in Batanghari District Method: The type of research used is quantitative design using Survey Research which is corroborated with interview results to support quantitative data. The study involved 926 students of Batanghari State High School. Data used by researchers in the form of questionnaire/questionnaire consisting of 54 items statement using Likert scale 5. Data analysis: for Quantitative data using descrip-tive statistics. Findings: The results of this study researchers get good results and good enough with the following details: Adoption from Scientific Attitude has a Good result of 56%, Pleasure in Learning Physics has a result enough 55.5%, Interest in Spending Physics Learning Time has a result of 57.9 %, Interest in Care in the field of Physics has enough results of 46%.

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How to cite this paper

Identification of Student Attitudes toward Physics Learning at Batanghari District High School

How to cite this paper: Astalini, Kurniawan, D. A., Perdana, R., & Kurniasari, D. (2018). Identification of Student Attitudes toward Physics Learning at Batanghari District High School. The Educational Review, USA, 2(9), 475-484.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2018.09.003

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