The Influence of Assignment of Lecturers at School (ALS) Program on Students Learning Motivation in Tarakan City

Emma Juwita Magdalena Sirait(1*), Sitti Hardiyanti Arhas(2), Suprianto Suprianto(3),

(1) Universitas Borneo Tarakan
(2) Uiversitas Negeri Makassar
(3) Universitas Borneo Tarakan
(*) Corresponding Author



Borneo Tarakan University which is the only State University that prepares educators in the North Kalimantan region to take part to help realize the School Lecturers Assignment Program (LAS) which is a program from the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education which aims to facilitate lecturers to directly becoming "teachers" in the School to improve the quality of prospective teacher students. The aims of study of: to know the  description of Assignment of Lecturers at School (ALS) program, to know the description of student learning motivation, and to know the influence of the Assignment of Lecturers at School (ALS) program on student motivation in Tarakan City. The techniques used in collecting data are observation, questionnaires, and observation. While data processing and data analysis is done by descriptive analysis and inferential statistical analysis. The results of the study show that the description of the implementation of lecturer assignments in schools in a good category, while students learning motivation in the high category, and there a positive and significant influence between the implementation Assignment of Lecturers at School (ALS) program in learning motivation in Tarakan, which was 52.5%

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