The Relationship between Self-Concept and Self-Confidence in Islamic Religious Education Study Program Students

  • Khoiri Azizi Salatiga State Islamic College
  • Sulayman Adeniran Shittu University of Ibadan
  • Ahmad Ghiyats Fawwaz University of Jordan
Keywords: Confident, Islamic Education, Quantitative, Self Concept


Purpose of the study: This research aims to determine the relationship between self-concept and self-confidence of students in the Islamic Religious Education Study Program.

Methodology: The data collection used was a quantitative approach, which was carried out using a questionnaire method which was distributed to 75 respondents. Then to find out the relationship between variables X and Variable Y, use Product Moment.

Main Findings: The results of the research analysis show that there is a positive and significant relationship between self-concept and self-confidence of students in the Islamic Religious Education Study Program, this is proven by the results ro of 0.234 which is consulted with the r table value at a good error level of 1% (0.296) or 5% (0.227) which means ro is greater than or equal to r table.

Novelty/Originality of this study: This study highlights the importance of self-concept in building the self-confidence of Islamic Religious Education students, offering new insights for educators to develop more effective teaching strategies.


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How to Cite
K. Azizi, S. A. Shittu, and A. G. Fawwaz, “The Relationship between Self-Concept and Self-Confidence in Islamic Religious Education Study Program Students”, J. Pend. A. Isl. Ind, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 50-55, Jun. 2024.