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Abstract


The purpose of this research have to determined contribution perceptions of students about teacher competency and learning behaviors to the average learning output of skills competency training from students of X Audio Video Engineering Class at SMK Negeri 2 Solok.The population of this research is allof students X audio video engineerig class at SMK Negeri 2 Solok,schoolyear 2017/2018 from 83 students.The data has been taken with random sampling from 68 students. The method of data collection in this research used documentation and questionnaires. Data analysis techniques using multiple regression analysis. The results showed that: (1) Student Perceptions of Teacher Competence and Student Learning Behavior together contributed 48.86% to the average learning output of the SkillCompetency training from Students of X Audio Video Engineering Class at SMK Negeri 2 Solok. (2) Students' Perceptions of Teacher Competence contribute 14.21% to the average learning outcomes in the Expertise Competency training from Students of X Audio Video Engineering Class at SMK Negeri 2 Solok. (3) Student Learning Behavior contributes 33.98% to the average learning output in the eyes of the Skill Competency training from Students of X Audio Video Engineering Class at SMK Negeri 2 Solok. So it can be concluded that Student Perceptions of Teacher Competence and Student Learning Behavior has Contributed to the Average Student Learning Output at SMK Negeri 2 Solok.

Keywords: Student Perception About Teacher Competence, Student Learning Behavior, Average learning output.