READING DURATION AND FINANCIAL LITERACY IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

JURNAL EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT

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Title READING DURATION AND FINANCIAL LITERACY IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
 
Creator Ningsih, Ayu Widya
Shara, Afifa May
Andriani, Dinda
., Kisno
 
Description Minimum Competency Assessment is administered in 2021 to substitute National Examination to all students in Indonesia. However, it is estimated that the students, particularly from Vocational High Schools are not ready to face the assessment consisting of reading literacy, numeracy literacy, and financial literacy. This study aims to investigate the effect of the students’ duration in reading non-visual financial literacy texts on the students’ ability to read visual texts. Four limitation categories such as reading duration, reading content about financial literacy, reading non-visual text, and grade 10th of Vocational High School students were included in this study. A quantitative approach with correlational study was implemented and simple linear analysis was applied to examine the degree of relationship between the students’ duration in reading non-visual financial literacy texts and the students’ ability to read visual texts. An online survey and a test using Google Forms were carried out to obtain the students’ test result; the data was then analyzed using Microsoft Excel 2016. The simple linear regression test (Y = 0.32 + 1.68, with r = 0.93) indicated that the students’ duration in reading non-visual financial literacy texts had a very strong effect on their reading ability. The significance of this study is beneficial for preparing Vocational High School literacy especially relating financial skills and mathematical skills in facing minimum competency assessment or AKM which is commenced in 2021.
Asesmen Nasional diselenggarakan pada tahun 2021 untuk menggantikan Ujian Nasional bagi seluruh peserta didik di Indonesia. Namun, peserta didik khususnya dari Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan belum siap menghadapi asesmen yang terdiri dari literasi membaca, literasi berhitung, dan literasi finansial tersebut. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh durasi membaca teks literasi finansial yang bersifat non visual terhadap kemampuan peserta didik dalam membaca teks visual. Pendekatan kuantitatif dengan studi korelasional diterapkan dalam penelitian ini dan analisis linier sederhana digunakan untuk menguji tingkat hubungan antara durasi membaca teks literasi finansial non visual terhadap kemampuan peserta didik dalam membaca teks visual. Survei daring dan tes menggunakan Formulir Google dilakukan untuk memperoleh hasil tes peserta didik dan data dianalisis menggunakan Microsoft Excel 2016. Uji regresi linier sederhana (Y = 0,32 + 1,68, dengan r = 0,93) menunjukkan bahwa durasi membaca teks literasi keuangan non visual berpengaruh sangat kuat terhadap kemampuan membaca peserta didik. Penelitian ini bermanfaat dalam mempersiapkan tingkat literasi Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan khususnya yang berkaitan dengan kemampuan finansial dan numerik dalam menghadapi Asesmen Kompetensi Minimal (AKM) yang dimulai pada tahun 2021.
 
Publisher Institut Pendidikan Tapanuli Selatan
 
Date 2021-02-05
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.ipts.ac.id/index.php/ED/article/view/2288
10.37081/ed.v9i1.2288
 
Source JURNAL EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT; Vol 9 No 1 (2021): Vol.9. No.1. Februari 2021; 577
Jurnal Education and Development; Vol 9 No 1 (2021): Vol.9. No.1. Februari 2021; 577
2614-6061
2527-4295
10.37081/ed.v9i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.ipts.ac.id/index.php/ED/article/view/2288/1363
 
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