ANALISIS FAKTOR PENERAPAN SOCIAL SHARE REGULATED LEARNING BAGI SANTRI DI PESANTREN

Agus Fawait

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Learning strategies based on shared arrangements have begun to spread widely, this is better known as Social Share Regulated Learning (SSRL). Several theories suggest that individuals should be selective in what, when, and who are learning partners, by following learning strategies based on shared arrangements. Thus, it is necessary to analyze the factors that affect the intensity of learners. This study used a sample of 108 students with different backgrounds. From the results of multiple regression analysis, it was found that of the six factors proposed as variables, there were only two variables that influenced the intensity of the learners, namely the age factor and the educational background of the parents. We suggest further studies for a deeper examination and analysis of these factors.

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