Pengaruh kecerdasan emosional terhadap literasi digital praktikum virtual fisika pada sudut pandang gender mahasiswa

Riki Purnama Putra, Indy Ramadhanti, Shidiq Andhika, Rena Denya Agustina, Pina Pitriana


This study aims to find out whether there is a difference in the level of emotional intelligence reviewed from a gender perspective on digital literacy. The method used in this study is quantitative analysis with comparative modeling. The sampling technique used uses the nonprobability sampling technique by using primary and secondary data as variables. The subjects in this study were 42 students of UIN Sunan Mountain Djati Bandung Physics Education with 21 men and 21 women. Based on the results of the research already conducted, there is an influence between emotional intelligence with digital literacy and male gender getting the highest score of 83.42 on digital literacy with a mean value of 64,3229, and then on emotional intelligence, female gender getting the mean value of 69.05. In the Anova test, there were significant scores of 1.00 on Emotional Intelligence and 0.024 on Digital Literacy, it indicated that there were differences in emotional intelligence on male and female students and there was an effect of emotional intelligence on the virtual use of physics practicum using virtual laboratory.


Gender ; Emotional Intellegence; Digital Literature; 21st Century Learning; Virtual Laboratory


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