THINK OF CREATIVE STUDENTS IN MATH PROBLEM SOLVING: ACADEMIC SERVICE QUALITY AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION AS MODERATOR VARIABLE
Tri Achmad Budi Susilo STKIP PGRI SIDOARJO
The objective of this research is to find out the difference between instructional approaches and verbal reasoning on students’ scientific writing ability. It was conducted at Indonesian Language Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of PGRI Palembang. This research employed the experimental method using 2×2 factorial Anova test, with 43 students chosen randomly through multistage sampling technique. The results of this research indicates that: (1) the group of students taught with the contextual teaching and learning (CTL) approach has better than taught with the conventional one, (2) the group of high-level verbal reasoning students taught with CTL approach has better than taught with the conventional one, (3) the group of lowlevel verbal reasoning students taught with the CTL approach has lower than taught with the conventional one, (4) there is an interaction effect between instructional approach and the level of verbal reasoning on students’ scientific writing ability.
Key Words: CTL approach conventional approach verbal reasoning scientific writing ability
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