Factors Influencing Legitimate Peripheral Academic Participation of Students in Higher Education


The aim of this study is to examine factors influencing legitimate peripheral aspects such as interpersonal of the lecturer, student’s behavior, classroom and environmental condition which influence affective and cognitive outcomes of students in IT Del. The data of this study included two methods: interviews and questionnaire. A random sample will be used in this research to collect 25 participant students will be interviewed and 1541 participants students will fill the questionnaire. The result of the interview will be recorded who has an explanation regarding 1. Lectures perspective (student’s performance in academic), 2. Student’s perspective (lecture's behavior, classroom climate, and environmental association). The two data sources were used to triangulate the findings of the interpersonal teacher, student’s behavior, classroom climate, environmental and student’s gender that will influence academic participation. With regard to the interview data, this research adopted the method from Taylor-Powell & Renner’s study (2003) because they provided clear explanations supported by some examples of how to analyze interview data. The students and lecturers ‟ answers were organized based on each question and were examined in order to identify the consistencies and differences among them.

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Sari Muthia Silalahi, Institut Teknologi Del, Indonesia

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Conference: SEACE2020
Stream: Education

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Silalahi S. (2020) Factors Influencing Legitimate Peripheral Academic Participation of Students in Higher Education ISSN: 2435-5240 The Southeast Asian Conference on Education 2020: Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2435-5240.2020.29
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2435-5240.2020.29

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