Parenting Style and Adversity on Learning Achievement of Muhammadiyah Elementary School Surabaya in the New Normal Era of Covid-19

Ratno Abidin, Mustaji ., Fajar Arianto, Asy’ari .


This study aimed to describe a correlation between parenting style and adversity towards 5th-grade students' learning achievement at Muhammadiyah Elementary School (SD Muhammadiyah 18 Surabaya). The method used was a correlation technique. This research was ex-post-facto, which reveals facts that have happened and the causes cannot be interference. Correlational techniques were used to show the degree of correlation between parenting styles and adversity variables on Grade 5 Students of SD Muhammadiyah 18 Surabaya learning achievement. Based upon the results carried out, it can be concluded that (1) there was a positive and significant influence between parenting styles on the achievement of 5th-grade students of SD Muhammadiyah 18 Surabaya, (2) there was a positive and significant influence between adversity on the achievement of grade 5 student at SD Muhammadiyah 18 Surabaya and (3) there is a positive and significant influence between parenting (X1) and adversity (X2) on the learning achievement of grade 5 students of SD Muhammadiyah 18 Surabaya shown through multiple regression tests (R1,2) with a coefficient of 0.28 and the determinant coefficient of r_ (2x, y) or the contribution of the influence of parenting on learning achievement is 23%. Thus, parenting style and adversity collectively do not affect student achievement in grade 5 SD Muhammadiyah 18 Surabaya as much as 8.1%.

Keywords: parenting, adversity, learning achievement, student, Muhammadiyah Elementary School

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/12-27-11

Publication date:September 30th 2021

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