Zetriuslita, Zetriuslita and Ariawan, Rezi (2021) Students’ Mathematical Thinking Skill Viewed From Curiosity Through ProblemBased Learning Model On Integral Calculus. INFINITY Journal of Mathematics Education, 10 (1). ISSN 20896867

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Abstract
This study aims to find out the improvement of students’ mathematical critical thinking viewed from curiosity through teaching materials with Problem Based Learning model. This is quasiexperimental research. The samples are, where the overall population consists of 75 samples divided into two classes. This research employed a simple random sampling technique. The instruments were the mathematical critical thinking skill test and curiosity questionnaire. The technique of data collection was carried out with test and nontest techniques. The data were analyzed through a twoway Anova test. Based on the analysis and interpretation of the research findings, it was found that: there was an improvement in students’ mathematical critical thinking skill from High curiosity by using teaching materials with Problem Based Learning model; 1) There was an improvement from Average curiosity through learning with Integral Calculus teaching materials; 2) There was an improvement from Low curiosity; 3) There was no improvement from the level of curiosity (High, Medium, Low) through Problembased Learning. 4) There was no influence between the level of curiosity and learning in improving students’ mathematical critical thinking skills. Do more indepth studies related to improving mathematical critical thinking skills by reviewing other affective aspects
Item Type:  Article 

Uncontrolled Keywords:  Curiosity, Integral Calculus, Mathematical Critical Thinking, ProblemBased Learning, Teaching Material 
Subjects:  Q Science > QA Mathematics 
Divisions:  > Pendidikan Matematika Pendidikan Matematika Pendidikan Matematika 
Depositing User:  Mia 
Date Deposited:  28 Jan 2022 02:30 
Last Modified:  28 Jan 2022 02:30 
URI:  http://repository.uir.ac.id/id/eprint/5621 
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