The Effectiveness of Collaborative Creativity Learning Models (CCL) on Secondary Schools Scientific Creativity Skills
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This research aims to describe the effectiveness of collaborative creativity learning models to train student’s scientific creativity learning outcome for secondary student. This research was conducted using one group pre- and post-test design. The results showed (1) an improved indicator of achievement in motion material with average g-score = 0.66 (medium) and in simple machines material with average g-score = 0.72 (high); (2) 97.9% of students gave responses that collaborative creativity models enabled them to practice scientific creative skills. The research showed that collaborative creativity models were effective in improving scientific creativity skills.
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