Konseling Kelompok Eksistensial untuk Meningkatkan Sense of School Belonging pada Siswa SMK Se-Kota Yogyakarta

  • Fadhila Malasari Ardini Universitas Mathla'ul Anwar
  • Aprilia Setyowati Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
  • Mufied Fauziah Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
Keywords: Existential Group Counseling, Sense of School Belonging

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to develop existential group conseling model to increase sense of belonging vocational school stundents in Yogyakarta. The low level sense of school belonging in secondary schools has an impact on drug abuse, academic problems, juvenile delinquency, and sexual activity outside of marriage. The development of group counseling models using an existential approach is one alternative that can be used to improve the sense of school belonging. The type of research used is Research and Development model that developed by Borg and Gall. The research subjects were students of State Vocational Schools in Yogyakarta who had low sense of school belonging. Data collection techniques using the sense of school belonging scale adapted from The Psychological Sense of School Membership (PSSM) Scale, developed by Carol Goodenow. Through testing the model, it is known that the average posttest score has increased from 42.75 to 52.75, meaning that the average value of students' sense of school belonging has changed by 10. As for the minimum value, the pretest scores obtained The minimum student is 34.00 in the low category, experiencing a change in grades when the post-test becomes 42.00 in the medium category, meaning that there are no students in the low category. For the maximum score, which in the pretest the maximum value of the students is 47.00 in the medium category, it changes in the score at the post test to be 65.00 in the high category.

Published
2020-07-20
How to Cite
Ardini, F., Setyowati, A., & Fauziah, M. (2020). Konseling Kelompok Eksistensial untuk Meningkatkan Sense of School Belonging pada Siswa SMK Se-Kota Yogyakarta. Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.30653/001.202042.140
Section
Research Based Article