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Pegem Egitim ve Ogretim Dergisi ; 12(4):260-268, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2146650


This study aimed to describe and compare the achievement motivation and learning behavior based on male and female students in Indonesia. Respondents have involved 902 female high school students and 637 male high school students using the cluster random sampling technique. Data were collected using a scale of achievement motivation and learning behavior with has a validity coefficient of items in the range of 0.362 to 0.724, and each had Cronbach’s alpha reliability of 0.811 and 0.866;data analyzed by descriptive and Mann-Whitney tests. The results showed significant differences in the level of achievement motivation and learning behavior of male and female students. Female students showed better achievement motivation and learning behavior than male students. This study discussed by compare between several countries and recommends the need for guidance and counseling services to increase achievement motivation and student learning behavior based on gender differences. © 2022, Pegem Egitim ve Ogretim Dergisi. All Rights Reserved.

Turkish Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation ; 32(3):8157-8165, 2021.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1312118


The purpose of this study is to develop cyber counseling to increase student self-confidence. The research design used Research and Development with the ADDIE model. R & D designed using the ADDIE model uses 5 stages: 1. Analysis, 2. Design, 3. Development, 4. Implementation and 5. Evaluation and in the end has a final product in the form of Cyber counseling Cognitive Behavior. The results of the development and trials of cyber-counseling can be seen from the results of the pre-test and post-test that have been done, which show that there is a difference between before and after treatment. The development of cyber counseling to increase students' self-confidence in schools can be seen from the treatment given by counselors in building relationships and fostering new perceptions about counseling activities through individual counseling.