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作者:Taufiq Hidayat , Endang Susilaningsih , Kurniawan dan Cepi
来源:[J].Thinking Skills and Creativity, 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)Students are to be prepared to face the challenges of 4th industrial revolution by having creative thinking skills and problem-solving. Study of preliminary show that test used in school has not been oriented to creative thinking skills and problem-solving. The purp...
作者:Melodi OZYAPRAK
来源:[J].Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists, 2016, Vol.4 (1), pp.31-40
摘要:Current study assumes that SCAMPER is a convenient technique to develop creative thinking skills. In this respect it is aimed in the study to investigate the effect of SCAMPER on developing creative thinking skills. For this purpose, the main research question is: How much is SC...
作者:Andi Ulfa Tenri Pada , Badrun Kartowagiran , Bambang Subali
来源:[J].Research and Evaluation in Education, 2016, Vol.2 (1), pp.1-12
摘要:This article discusses the evaluation results of the separation index and fit item of creative thinking skills assessment that supports the conation aspect of prospective biology teachers in Aceh. This assessment consists of 37 items of divergent tasks, which is the application o...
作者:Sobhy Ahmed Soliman
来源:[J].Arab World English Journal, 2019, Vol.5 (1), pp.124-140
摘要:This research aimed at detecting the efficiency of a computerized training program based on programming the educational roboticists to develop creative thinking skills for the eighth grade basic education students at Manba'a El-Hekma School in Dhofar Governorate. Also, it investi...
作者:D Nurhamidah , M Masykuri , S Dwiastuti
来源:[J].Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2018, Vol.1006 (1)
摘要:Creative thinking is one of the most important skills of the 21st Century. Students are demanded not only be able to solve the cognitive problems but also to face the life problems. The aim of this study is to determine students’ creative thinking skills in biology class fo...
作者:Dian Aulia Lazuardini , Insih Wilujeng , Heru Kuswanto
来源:[J].Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019, Vol.1233 (1)
摘要:This study aims to determine the inductive learning model assisted e-mind map in optimizing creative thinking skills students. This study uses a quasi-experimental design of one group pretest post-test design. This study involved 33 students of class XI Science 1 from SMA Neg...
作者:Sitthichai Laisema , Panita Wannapiroon
来源:[J].Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2014, Vol.116, pp.3921-3926
摘要:Abstract(#br)The purposes of this research study were: 1) to design a Collaborative Learning with Creative Problem-Solving Process Learning Activities in a Ubiquitous Learning Environment to Develop Creative Thinking Skills; 2) to evaluate U-CCPS learning activities. The research...
作者:Adam Malik , Rena Denya Agustina , Wilda Alisia Wardhany
来源:[J].Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019, Vol.1175 (1)
摘要:Creative thinking skills are skills that must be possessed by the students in the 21st century, however, the learning activities in schools, in general, do not practice the skills of creative thinking of students, so the creative thinking skills of students are still low. This st...
作者:M Satriawan , S Liliasari , W Setiawan
来源:[J].Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019, Vol.1157 (3)
摘要:This research is a survey that aims to wave energy concept mastery relate on creative thinking skills of Pre-Service Physics Teachers in a university in Bima Town-West Nusa Tenggara. This survey involved 23 of seventh semester Physics education students who have taken the Env...
作者:Deni Hernita , Djusmaini Djamas
来源:[J].Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019, Vol.1185 (1)
摘要:Physics learning in Curriculum 2013 has the characteristics that required mastery of concepts and improve student’s creative thinking skills. To achieve the educational goal, in the learning required an analysis of initial competence possessed by the student’s so learning wi...

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