Feedback Seeking Exploration Study on Entrepreneurial Project (Academic) Performance

Febe Yuanita Ratna Indudewi, Lucky Cahyana Subadi

Abstract


In the era of competence, performance becomes highly appreciated for being an embodiment of selfcompetence.
Increased competence and performance achievement is a process that involves the other party. Feedback seeking behaviour is assumed to be a variable that will affect the process of increasing competence and performance, especially in a learning process. This research aimed to see the correlation between feedbacks seeking behaviour to student’s academic performance. An effective feedback from their mentor can influence student’s academic performance in a positive way. A quantitative-descriptive
design was used in this research. A random sampling questionnaire and secondary data from Entrepreneurship 2 program of Universitas Ciputra such as overall student’s grades were used to obtain the result. The finding of this research consequently helps the lecturers to design a better feedback giving and seeking behaviour.

Keywords


Achievement; Academic Performance; Feedback

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