PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODELS AND STUDENTS INITIAL ABILITIES TOWARD CREATIVE THINKING ABILITIES IN HISTORICAL LESSONS

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SYAIFUL KADIR

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Results of the study showed k Capacity of creative thinking history courses students that learned with the model problem based learning is higher than at that learned. There is interaction between the model problem based learning with capacity of creative thinking abilities history courses. High initial capabilities, the ability to think creative eye history lesson students that learned with the model of Problem-Based Learning is higher than the Instant Learning with lower initial ability, creative thinking abilities history courses students that learned with the model of Problem-Based Learning is lower than in the Learning Direct . These findings indicate that the problem- based learning model is more suitable for teaching history subjects a concept of relations and functions to students with high initial abilities and direct learning is more suitable for teaching history subjects a concept of relations and functions to students with initial abilities. low.

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SYAIFUL KADIR. (2021). PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODELS AND STUDENTS INITIAL ABILITIES TOWARD CREATIVE THINKING ABILITIES IN HISTORICAL LESSONS. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 8(2), 22–25. Retrieved from https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/1220
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