Exploring Pre-Service Teachers’ Personal Preference and Implications for Teacher Education

Yusmansyah Yusmansyah, Diah Utaminingsih, Supriyadi supriyadi, Budi Kadaryanto

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Abstract: Exploring Pre-Service Teachers’ Personal Preference and Implications for Teacher Education. Objectives: The purpose of this research is to describe and map the aspects of deference, order, succorance, change, and aggression of pre-service teachers. Method: This descriptive-quantitative research was conducted in the Faculty of teacher Training and Education, University of Lampung. 247 student teachers were selected form 4 different study programs. Edward Personal Preference Schedule (EPPS) test was administered. Findings: The findings suggest that the four different study programs employ different level of preference in relation to their preparation as a teacher. Conclusion: These differences are believed to have impact on teacher education variance.

Keywords: pre-service teacher, teacher education, personal preference.


Abstrak: Dampak Preferensi Personal bagi Pendidikan Guru. Tujuan: Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mendeskripsikan dan memetakan aspek penghormatan, ketertiban, bantuan, perubahan, dan agresi calon guru. Metode: Penelitian deskriptif-kuantitatif ini dilakukan di Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Lampung. 247 mahasiswa dipilih dari 4 program studi yang berbeda. Tes Edward Personal Preference Schedule (EPPS) diberikan. Temuan: Temuan menunjukkan bahwa keempat program studi yang berbeda menerapkan tingkat preferensi yang berbeda dalam kaitannya dengan persiapan mereka sebagai guru. Kesimpulan: Perbedaan preferensi personal diyakini berdampak pada varians ketercapaian program pendidikan bagi calon guru.

Kata kunci: calon guru, pendidikan guru, preferensi personal.


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23960/jpp.v10.i3.202008


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