THE INFLUENCE OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AND INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE ON THE LEARNING OUTCOMES OF PPKN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MUNA DISTRICT
This study aims to investigate the influence of collaborative learning and interpersonal intelligence on the learning outcomes of Civic Education and Citizenship (CEC) among primary school students in Muna Regency. The research employs a quantitative approach with a quasi-experimental design. The research sample consists of lower-grade and upper-grade students from various randomly selected primary schools in Muna Regency. Data collection involves CEC learning outcome tests, collaborative learning scale, and interpersonal intelligence scale. The results of the data analysis using multiple linear regression techniques indicate a positive and significant impact of collaborative learning on CEC learning outcomes. Additionally, interpersonal intelligence also exerts a positive and significant influence on CEC learning outcomes. Furthermore, the interaction between collaborative learning and interpersonal intelligence significantly affects CEC learning outcomes. The findings suggest that the implementation of collaborative learning methods and the development of interpersonal intelligence among primary school students can positively influence their performance in the subject of CEC. In conclusion, collaborative learning and interpersonal intelligence significantly contribute to the learning outcomes of CEC among primary school students in Muna Regency. Hence, it is recommended to continue emphasizing the implementation of teaching methods that foster collaboration and the enhancement of interpersonal intelligence in order to improve the quality of instruction and learning outcomes in CEC at the primary education level.
Collaborative Learning, Interpersonal Intelligence, Learning Outcomes, Civic Education and Citizenship (CEC), Primary School Students, Muna Regency.