The Influence of the SAVI Approach and Learning Styles on Student’s Creative Math Skills
Keywords:SAVI approach, creative thinking ability, learning style
Learning technique at school should concentrate on developing students
creativity. Creative thinking ability will be the determinant of individual
success. But in fact, students are familiar with routine and simple learning.
The SAVI approach is an approach that combines physical movement with
intellectual activity. Learning style is the capital of a student to absorb
information. The method used in this research is quantitative method, which
is the purpose is to know the influence of SAVI approach and learning style
to students' creative thinking ability in mathematics when compared with
direct learning. The instruments used are tests of creative thinking abilities
and learning styles of students. The result of data analysis using statistical test
that is (1) there is influence of SAVI approach and learning style to student
creative thinking ability. (2) there is influence of SAVI approach to SAVI
creative thinking ability. (3) there is influence of student learning style to
student creative thinking ability. (4) there is an interaction between SAVI
approach and learning style to students' creative thinking ability.
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