LECTURERS’ PATRONAGE AND INTEGRATION OF MORAL VALUES IN SPORT PSYCHOLOGY LEARNING AS A MEANS TO BUILD STUDENTS’ OBEDIENCE AND HONESTY
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AbstractThis research is aimed at identifying the impacts of lecturers’ patronage and the implementation of moral values in sport psychology subject toward the students’ obedience and honesty character building in Physical, Health, and Recreation Education (PHRE) study program at Faculty of Sport Science (FSS) of Yogyakarta State University (YSU). To achieve the objective and provide clearer direction, this research was conducted based on lesson study framework. The actions which were used to solve the problem were performed by developing sport psychology lesson plan containing moral values that the lecturer presented during learning process and the lecturers’ patronage through coming punctually and discipline in providing the lecture. The targets involved in the study were the 5 th -semester students of class A of PHRE study program attending the sport psychology course. The result of this research indicates that the lecturers’ patronage in terms of providing examples, i.e. coming punctually in teaching the sport psychology class is able to improve the students’ obedience, i.e. being punctual in attending the lecture or not being late in attending the sport psychology course. Moreover, the lecturer who integrates moral values during the lecture of sport psychology subject is able to provide impact on the students’ honesty character building, i.e. honest behavior or not cheating during examination.
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Dimyati, . and Margono, . (2016) LECTURERS’ PATRONAGE AND INTEGRATION OF MORAL VALUES IN SPORT PSYCHOLOGY LEARNING AS A MEANS TO BUILD STUDENTS’ OBEDIENCE AND HONESTY. In: International Conference On Educational Research and Innovation 2016, May,11-12 2016, Yogyakarta State University.