Factors That Affect Student Compliance In Implementing The Covid 19 Protocol During The Learning OfflineAt SMAN 2 Pujut Central Lombok

  • Teguh Achmalona Fajariawan UNIQHBA BAGU
  • Tety Ripursari Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia
  • Muhammad Amrullah Universitas Qamarul Huda
  • Suswinda Yulisutomo Universitas Qamarul Huda
Keywords: Understanding, Supervision, Punishment And Compliance

Abstract

The emergence of the Covid 19 pandemic has changed various aspects including education. The strict covid-19 protocol must remain in place in the face of offline learning methods. The research method used is quantitative correlation with sectional cros approach. The sampling method using accidental sampling with a sample of 113 respondents. Data from the results of the study was then processed using logistic regression test. Statistical test results showed the understanding variable p value = 0.042, supervision p value = 0.003, punishment p value = 0.038. The results show that there is a significant influence between the level of understanding, supervision and punishment with the compliance of students in carrying out the covid 19 protocol in offline learning at SMAN 2 Pujut Central Lombok. Student compliance in implementing the covid 19 protocol in offline learning is influenced by the factors of understanding, supervision and punishment given to students.

Published
2021-05-02
How to Cite
Fajariawan, T., Ripursari, T., Amrullah, M., & Yulisutomo, S. (2021). Factors That Affect Student Compliance In Implementing The Covid 19 Protocol During The Learning OfflineAt SMAN 2 Pujut Central Lombok. STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, 10(1), 158-165. https://doi.org/10.30994/sjik.v10i1.566