Growing the Soul of PECA (Productive, Educative, Cooperative, and Action) History Education Students through Community Engagement in Tinombo Subdistrict
This study aims to foster productive, educative, cooperative, and action actions of the Student History Study Program of FKIP Universitas Tadulako through community involvement in Tinombo Subdistrict. The research method used in this research is descriptive with a qualitative approach. Data collection techniques used are using questionnaires, interviews, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that: 1) Historical students in Tinombo Subdistrict can grow their Productivity Lives, and can show the people of Tinombo Subdistrict about their scientific responsibilities as Historical Education Students; 2) The educative soul shown by students to the community is apparently very influential on the activity of the next student, because the community is very hopeful of transferring new knowledge and innovations given by students to the Tinombo community; 3) Cooperative soul, which means doing things together by helping one another as a group or team, in a good way without having to feel jealous of other groups; 4) Their action was also considered great by the village head of Ogoalas, so they were received very friendly in the village from arriving in the village to returning to the city of Palu.
Keywords: Productive, Educative, Cooperative, Action.