E3S Web Conf.
Volume 328, 2021International Conference on Science and Technology (ICST 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Mathematic Model, Learning Modelep, Epidemic Model|
|Published online||06 December 2021|
Students’ Creative Thinking Based on Motivation to Learn During Online Learning
State University of Surabaya, Mathematics Department, Ketintang Surabaya, Indonehsia
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This research aims to analyze high school students’ creative thinking in solving mathematical problems based on learning motivation during online learning. This type of research is qualitative descriptive research. Five tenth grade students with different levels of learning motivation during online learning, each of which is a representative of the very good and good learning motivation group were chosen to be the subjects of this research. The instruments used in this research were an learning motivation questionnaire during online learning to measure the level of student learning motivation during online learning, mathematics problems to test students’ creative thinking, and interview guidelines. The data on the results of the learning motivation questionnaire during online learning were analyzed using the Likert scale, the data on the results of the creative thinking test were analyzed based on components of creative thinking fluency, flexibility, novelty and the interview data were analyzed using the Analysis Interactive method from Miles and Huberman. The results of this study indicate that not all students with very good levels of motivation during online learning meet the components of creative thinking fluency, flexibility, and novelty. Students with a good level of motivation during online learning meet the creative thinking component, namely fluency.
Key words: students’ creative thinking / mathematics problems / learning motivation during online learning
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