PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN BUILDING THE CHARACTER STUDENTS OF FREEDOM LEARNING CURRICULUM AT ISLAMIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
This study aims to find out and analyze the relationship and role of parental involvement in education towards the character building of Freedom learning students at Islamic Elementary School (MI) MIN 22 Jakarta. The method used is a combination method with a sequential explanitory design approach. The subjects of this study were parents and grade 5 learners with questionnaire data sources, photo documents, videos, and teacher administration workbooks. The validity of the questionnaire was carried out with logical validity tested for validity by two experts, and the empirical validity test using SPSS version 24 with the total correlation item correlation method. Reliability test using cronbach alpha calculations. Sampling determination is carried out using a simple random sampling technique with a sampling error of 5%. Quantitative data analysis techniques use the Pearson Product Momment correlation test to determine the presence or absence and direction of relationships between variables, and the two-party product moment correlation significance test (t-test) to determine the significance of the relationship. Qualitative data collection techniques through interviews, observations, and documents. The qualitative data analysis technique in this study uses miles and Huberman model analysis which is carried out interactively, through data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions and verification. The results of the study found that there was a positive and significant relationship between parental involvement in education and the formation of the character of Learning Freedom students at MIN 22 Jakarta. The better parental involvement in education, the better the character building of students who are free to study at MIN 22 Jakarta.
Parental Involvement, Character Building, Freedom of Learning