The College Academic Self-Efficacy Scale (CASES); An Indonesian Validation to Measure the Self-Efficacy of Students

Ifdil Ifdil, Khairul Bariyyah, Ari Khusuma Dewi, Itsar Bolo Rangka

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Abstract: This study examines the inventory properties of the Indonesian version of The College Academic Self-Efficacy Scale (CASES) which is originally Western, and was developed by Owen, S. V., & Froman, R. D. in 1988 to determine the level of student self-efficacy. The multi-stage random sampling method was used with 342 students as participants in Indonesia. Furthermore, the validity was analyzed using Cronbach’s alpha item analysis that shows the coefficient of α > .3, and the data showed that 33 items of Indonesian CASES were valid. In addition, as regards reliability, Cronbach’s alpha was also used for the analysis, and the result shows that reliability coefficient of the Indonesian version of CASES was .931. Furthermore, it was concluded that the validity of CASES was satisfying to measure students’ self-efficacy, and the construct of Indonesian CASES can be helpful and applicable in understanding student self-efficacy and ready to be used in subsequent researches.

Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melakukan validasi CASES versi bahasa Indonesia yang awalnya berasal dari barat, inventori ini dikembangkan oleh Owen, S. V., & Froman, R. D. pada tahun 1988 untuk mengukur tingkat efikasi diri siswa. Metode pengambilan sampel yang digunakan adalah multi-stage random sampling dengan 342 siswa di Indonesia. Selanjutnya, validitas dianalisis menggunakan analisis butir Alpha Cronbach yang menunjukkan koefisien α > 0,3, dan data menunjukkan bahwa 33 butir CASES versi Bahasa Indonesia valid. Selain itu, dalam analisis reliabilitas, Alpha Cronbach juga digunakan, dan hasilnya menunjukkan bahwa koefisien reliabilitas CASES versi Bahasa Indonesia adalah 0,931. Dengan demikian, disimpulkan bahwa CASES valid dan reliabel dalam mengukur efikasi diri siswa, dan konstruk CASES versi Bahasa Indonesia dapat diaplikasikan dalam mengukur efikasi diri siswa serta siap digunakan dalam penelitian selanjutnya.


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self-efficacy scale; self-efficacy; student; Indonesian CASES; skala efikasi diri; efikasi diri; murid; CASES versi bahasa Indonesia

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