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Volume 7, Number 2 / April issue 2021
Melda Sari, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Eddy Lion, Eli Karliani, Firlianty
Parent attention and teacher teaching ability affect the learning achievement of elementary school students in Katingan Regency
Abstract

In the teaching and learning process, a teacher must be able to provide the education knowledge that is owned interestingly so that students are interested and easily understand in following lessons and students master the material presented by the teacher. Moreover, those who are educated here are elementary school students, who still enjoy playing and lack concentration in paying attention to their teachers who are teaching. Therefore, the success of education in schools is primarily determined by the success of the implementation of teaching and learning activities, namely the integration of teacher activities with student activities. To improve the quality and quality of teaching and learning activities carried out by the teacher, the teacher must have and master the planning of teaching activities, carry out planned activities and assess the results of the teaching and learning process. In line with that, it must also pay attention to the attention factor of parents which also affects the learning achievement of students. Parents' attention affects children's behavior in learning, the right, and correct parental attention can improve student learning achievement.
Keywords: teaching ability, teacher, parent attention, student, elementary school

Cite this article:
Melda Sari, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Eddy Lion, Eli Karliani, Firlianty. Parent attention and teacher teaching ability affect the learning achievement of elementary school students in Katingan Regency. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 171-181.


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