PENGARUH SELF EFFICACY, MOTIVASI BERPRESTASI, DAN STUDY HABITS TERHADAP LITERASI SAINS SISWA

I Gede Sandi Wiarsana

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This study aimed to describe effect of self-efficacy, achievement motivation, and study habits to science literacy. This type of study is an ex-post facto design. The population of this study were 3880 students. The selection of school samples is determined by regional sample techniques, 410 students were selected. Data collection using questionnaires and tests. The data was analysed by descriptive analyses and hypotheses was tested by path analyses. The results showed that there were direct effect of self efficacy on science literacy was 0.345. Indirect effect of self efficacy through achievement motivation on science literacy was 0,130. Indirect effect of self efficacy through study habits on science literacy was 0,286. Indirect effect of self efficacy through achievement motivation and study habits on science literacy was 0.139. Direct effect of achievement motivation on science literacy was 0.165. Direct effect of study habits on science literacy was 0.489.

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science literacy, self efficacy, achievement motivation, study habits

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