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VOLUME 04 ISSUE 02 FEBRUARY 2021

The Effect of Independence, Learning Quality, And Learning Motivation on Swimming Learning Outcomes
1Indria Apriyanty, 2Fahmy Fachrezzy, 3Oman Unju Subandi, 4Ramdan Pelana
1,2,3,4 Physical Education, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia
DOI : https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i2-06

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ABSTRACT:

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of independence, learning quality and learning motivation on swimming learning outcomes. The research sample was 30 participants in the Telaga Bestari Swimming Pool Course at Cikupa, Tangerang. The research approach used in this study is a multivariate associative approach, with survey methods and non-test techniques by distributing questionnaires. The technique used is the path analysis technique at a significance level of 0.05. In general, the results of research based on the results of path analysis testing for each hypothesis obtained P-value <0.05 significance level, which means that each research hypothesis (H1) is accepted. Which means that the conclusion of each research finding shows (1) there is a direct influence between each independent variable (Independence (X1), Learning Quality (X2), and Learning Motivation (X3)), (2) and there is a positive direct effect of each variable. free {Independence (X1), Learning Quality (X2), and Learning Motivation (X3) on Swimming Learning Outcomes (Y). Thus the results of learning swimming can be influenced through increased independence, learning quality and learning motivation.

KEYWORDS

Independence, Learning Quality, Learning Motivation and Swimming Learning Outcomes.

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