PENGARUH MINAT MENJADI GURU TERHADAP HASIL BELAJAR MAHASISWA PADA PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN AKUNTANSI ANGKATAN TAHUN 2014 DAN 2015 UNIVERSITAS GUNUNG RINJANI (UGR)

https://doi.org/10.12345/jir.v5i1.7

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Keywords:

Interest Being a Teacher, Learning Outcomes

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the influence of Interest Being Teachers on
Students Learning Outcomes In Accounting Education Studies Program Force Year 2014

and 2015 University of Mount Rinjani (UGR). The type of research used in this study is ex-
post facto. According to Sukardi (2013: 165), ex-post facto research is a study in which free

variables have occurred or existed before and can not be manipulated when the observation
of the dependent variable is initiated. While the method used is quantitative descriptive
method which means research trying to describe a phenomenon of events and events at the
present time and reveal data that has been going without manipulating other variables
without affecting the dependent variable. Based on the results of the study can be known
average student learning outcomes of accounting education courses both teacher training
programs and accountability skill both average. While students who are interested in
becoming a bigger teacher than students who are not interested in becoming a teacher. From
the results of hypothesis testing, it turns out Ho is rejected first tested with prerequisite test so
that it can be continued to diregresi.Ini means the interest to be a teacher significantly
influence the student learning outcomes.

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09/21/2019

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