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Description: The main objective of this study was to empirically determine the factors that influence Civics learning outcomes, including the Effect of Learning Strategies on Civics learning outcomes, the Effect of School Culture on Civics learning outcomes, the Effect of Creativity Quotient on Civics learning outcomes, the Effect of Learning Motivation on Outcomes Civics learning, Effect of Learning Strategies on Civics learning outcomes, Effect of School Culture on Civics learning motivation, Effect of Creativity Quotient on Civics learning motivation. the model of the mixed method path analysis research method uses a structural equation, namely the causality of the dimensions of the influence of learning strategies (X₁), school culture (X₂), creativity quotient (X₃), and learning motivation (X₄) on student learning outcomes variables (Y), and strategy causality learning (X₁), school culture (X₂), creativity quotient (X₃), to student learning outcomes variable (Y), through learning motivation (X₄). The research population was all high school students who took civics courses in the Limapuluh Kota Regency, West Sumatra - Indonesia. Meanwhile, the sampling in this study used the Proportionate Stratified Random Sampling technique. According to that, this technique is used when the population has members/elements that are not homogeneous and proportionally stratified. In this study, the proportion of population members is based on class XI which is more focused on learning without being disturbed by final exams and entering a new school. Based on the data collected, the total sample size is 100. The sample is taken based on proportional random sampling, namely the sample is taken randomly from each school from class XI Semester 2.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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