Chat and Face-to-Face Counselling with Web E-Counselling: Increasing Student Discipline Responsibilities Post-Covid-19 Pandemic Through Individual Blended Counselling
Keywords:website, blended, counselling, cyber counselling, internet, competences, Responsibility, Discipline character education, Limited Face-to-Face
Students at school need to develop the character of responsibility in learning discipline (Re-LeaD) after the Covid-19 pandemic (CV-19P) or face-to-face (FTF) discovering at school. The character of Re-Lead as a form of student success in the future. This study goals to find and test the effectiveness of the individual blended model of behavioristic counselling approach to increase Re-Leads based on model effectiveness tests and expert tests. Individual counselling with a behavioristic process combines chat and FTF counselling with the e-counselling website. This study with research and development is limited to steps (1) helping problems; (2) hypothetical draft model; (3) model feasibility test by guidance and counselling reviews; (4) revising models; (5) testing the effectiveness of the model. The instruments used were the Re-LeaD scales and expert reviews about model feasibility. The results of the research concluded that the individual behaviouristic blended counselling approach is appropriate to be applied by school counsellors to increase responsibility in student learning discipline based on judgment by guidance and counselling reviews. A personal blended behaviouristic counselling approach can also effectively improve student learning responsibilities. Counsellors can use individual blended counselling with behaviouristic methods as one of the counselling strategies to increase responsibility in student learning disciplines at school.
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