Comparison of Creative and Ceative Capabilities History Learning Results using the Method Problem Solving and Problem Based Learning
Z. C Cotrunnada
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Life in society today shows competition in all aspects, one of them in the realm of education. Education in Indonesia still has a lack of capacity when compared to developed countries. This is because the learning process only focuses on the cognitive domain, while the creativity of students is less developed. Students tend to be passive, and tend to memorize. Low creative thinking ability influences student learning outcomes, one of them in Balung State High School. This type of research is an experiment, by comparing two methods, namely problem solving method and PBL. The method used is qualitative and quantitative, with sources of test data, observation and documentation. The results of preliminary observations show that there is a significant homogeneity of 0.956 which shows greater than α (0.05), so that all XI IPS classes have homogeneous abilities. The results of preliminary observations showed that the XI IPS 3 class was the control class and the XI IPS 1 class was the experimental class.