Effect of Problem-Based Learning on Students 'Creative Thinking Ability in Five GradeSocial Studies Learning

Authors : Pratiwi Dwi Setyaningrum; M. Turhan Yani; Rr. Nanik Setyowati

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 9 - September

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Problem-based learning is learning that refers to the ability of students to solve problems. This ability is not just gathering knowledge and rules. This ability is the ability to develop cognitive strategies, which help analyze unstructured and unanticipated situations strictly. to come up with meaningful solutions.The problem-based learning model requires teacher creativity so that students continue to be motivated in the learning process. Meanwhile, students are required to have mental activity in understanding concepts, principles, and learning skills through the problems presented at the beginning of learning. This application of problem-based learning also indicates how learning is and not what learning is. Students not only learn and accept what is presented by the teacher in learning, but can also learn from other students and have the opportunity to teach other students. Students are accustomed to finding solutions to the problems faced so that students 'ability to study independently can be further improved and in the end will improve students' thinking abilities.Based on the results of data analysis, it is proven that the research proves that problem-based learning affects the ability to think creatively in social studies learning for fifth grade students of SDN Airlangga I / 198 Surabaya. This is evidenced by the results of data analysis which shows tcount 2.944 (df 23)> t table 2.09 (df 23) and the value of Sig. (2-tailed) 0.007 <0.05, which means that Ho is accepted and Ha is rejected.

Keywords : Problem-Based Learning, Creative Thinking


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