Hubungan Pengurusan Disiplin Sekolah dan Kualiti Kehidupan Murid di Semenanjung Utara Malaysia

  • Sire Etum Pusat Pengajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)
  • Al-Amin Mydin Pusat Pengajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)
  • Abdul Ghani Kanesan Abdullah Pusat Pengajian Ilmu Pendidikan, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)
Keywords: pengurusan disiplin sekolah, kualiti kehidupan murid, tingkah laku murid

Abstract

Pengurusan disiplin sekolah merupakan aspek yang penting dalam memastikan kehidupan murid lebih berkualiti tinggi. Setiap sekolah mempunyai sistem peraturan masing-masing yang diwujudkan bagi membendung masalah disiplin para murid. Sungguhpun begitu, murid sering mempamerkan tingkah laku yang negatif walaupun peraturan sudah ditetapkan. Ini menunjukkan bahawa sistem pengurusan disiplin sekolah masih lagi tidak diber penekanan dalam memastikan kehidupan murid lebih berkualiti. Justeru, kajian ini dijalankan bagi mengenal pasti hubungan pengurusan disiplin sekolah dan kualiti kehidupan murid sekolah menengah di Semenanjung Utara Malaysia. Seramai 539 orang murid tingkatan empat terlibat dalam kajian ini yang dipilih menggunakan pensampelan pelbagai peringkat. Instrumen pengurusan disiplin sekolah mengandungi 18 item yang diadaptasikan daripada Kalaichalvi (2012). Di samping itu, instrumen kualiti kehidupan murid mengandungi sepuluh item dan diolah daripada Stegar et al. (2006). Dapatan menunjukkan bahawa tahap pengurusan disiplin sekolah adalah tinggi (M=4.09), manakala kualiti kehidupan murid turut berada pada tahap yang tinggi (M=3,94). Keputusan kajian turut mendapati bahawa terhadap hubungan positif yang sederhana di antara kedua-dua pemboleh ubah dengan nilai korelasi, r = 0.45. Secara keseluruhannya, pengurusan disiplin sekolah mempunyai peranan yang besar dalam membentuk kualiti kehidupan seseorang murid. Mereka akan lebih patuh dan mempamerkan tingkah laku yang unggul sekiranya tahap pengurusan disiplin di sesuatu sekolah ditadbir dengan baik.

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Published
2021-08-10
How to Cite
Etum, S., Mydin, A.-A. and Abdullah, A. G. K. (2021) “Hubungan Pengurusan Disiplin Sekolah dan Kualiti Kehidupan Murid di Semenanjung Utara Malaysia”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 6(8), pp. 173 - 182. doi: 10.47405/mjssh.v6i8.925.
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