The Parents’ and Teachers’ Supports Role on Students’ Involvement in Scouting Program and Entrepreneurial Values—Longitudinal Studies on Students in Jombang, East Java, Indonesia

  •  Agus Prianto    


Extracurricular activities are those that fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of school. Extracurricular activities exist for all students. And generally, benefits of extracurricular activities shall be as follows: learning time management and prioritizing; getting involved in diverse interests; learning about long term commitments; making a contribution; raises self-esteem; building solid relationship skills; and looks great on school applications. In Indonesia schools, the extracurricular activities to do for the students have toughness, tenacity, confidence, and positive attitudes, and that shown in previous studies. The one of extracurricular activities is scouting program can be applied for schools in Indonesia. This study scrutinized the parents’ and teachers’ support students involvement in scouting, and to what extent the scouting program is able to develop entrepreneurial values. This study employed a longitudinal approach, and the data were taken during four semesters. The research findings showed that parents and teachers’ support simultaneously have significant effect on students' involvement in scouting program and on development of students’ entrepreneurial values. Likewise, teachers’ support has partial effect on students' involvement in the scouting, and partial effect of parents’ support on the development of the entrepreneurial values as well. As a conclusion, both parents and teachers play essential roles to support students’ involvement in scouting program and development of students’ entrepreneurial values.

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