The Comparison of Civics Education Learning Outcomes in Collaborative Learning and Cooperative Learning on Cadets of Aviation Polytechnic of Surabaya
1Sudrajat, 2Luthfiyah Nurlaila, 3Mustaji, 4Fajar Arianto
1,2,3,4Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia

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This study aimed to compare the learning outcomes of cadets who were treated with collaborative learning and cooperative learning in aviation polytechnic. The research subjects were ninety-three cadets of the Aviation Polytechnic of Surabaya, divided into a collaborative learning class and a cooperative learning class. The analysis technique was used to compare the two groups calculated statistically. The analysis results showed cadets treated with cooperative learning obtained better learning outcomes than with collaborative learning. Cadets preferred cooperative learning because they were used to collaborating in the learning process in the classroom.


collaborative learning, cooperative learning, learning outcome, vocational education


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