The Effect of Teacher Competencies on Student Achievement in Vocational High School

Annas Nur Istiqomah, Suyatno Suyatno, Ika Maryani

Abstract


This research aims to measure the effect of teacher competencies on student learning outcomes. This was a quantitative research by conducting hypothesis testing. The research sample consisted of 60 teachers and 60 students at Muhammadiyah Bambanglipuro Vocational High School, Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The data was collected through a questionnaire method. The collected data were analyzed using simple regression with SPSS. Based on calculations with the SPSS Statistics application, it showed the determination result of the independent variable that the determination coefficient showed the direct effect of the teacher competencies variable on learning outcomes stated in percentages. In this case, the calculated result is 0,084. It means that the teacher competencies variable directly affects the student learning outcome variable by 8,4%, while the (100% - 8,4%) 91,6% is influenced by other factors beyond the teacher competencies variable. The findings of this research recommend the importance of teacher competencies development programs, both by the government and schools, because increasing teacher competencies will increase the student learning achievement.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ije.v11i4.15625

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