The Development of Self-ManagementTechnique for Improving Students’Moral Intelligence

Volume 4 Issue 4
Pages: 660-669 Download Count : 1753 View Count: 1783 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.628483 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


This study aims to develop a model ofself-management techniques group counseling to improve moral intelligence. This goal is achieved through research R & D approach. The data collection is done to 1) Expert of guidance and counseling for an expert test of model and instrument of psychology scale through open question instrument, 2) Counseling teacher and counseling to testing practitioner of model and instrument of psychological scale through open question instrument, 3) Student through the psychological scale of intelligence moral. The results obtained based on preliminary studies that students have moderate moral intelligence category. Furthermore, based on the results of model tests and psychological scale instruments need to be revised in several aspects. Test the effectiveness of the model using the Wilcoxon formula, can be concluded that self-management technique group counseling model is effective to improve students' moral intelligence. The results of this study indicate that each student is able to improve his moral intelligence through self-management on an ongoing basis and with intact intentions. Students who have moral intelligence can develop comfortable and safe environmental conditions for themselves and others.


  • Group counseling
  • self-management
  • moral intelligence
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