Analysis of Mathematical Creative Thinking Skill in Student with Kinesthetic Learning Style

Alsa Permata Yuniarti, Ikrar Pramudya, Isnandar Slamet


Creative thinking skill is important as a high-level thinking ability as a provision for students in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0. The creative thinking skill is an individual's ability to provide possible ideas or logical answers based on the information provided. The purpose of this study was to describe students' mathematical creative thinking skills with kinesthetic learning styles in transformation material. This type of research is qualitative descriptive. The sampling technique used the snowball sampling technique. The results show that of the three subjects, there are two subjects at level 2 or less creative in mathematical creative thinking abilities.


Creative Thinking Skill; Kinesthetic Learning Style; Transformation

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