The Level of Student`s Creative Thinking Through Solving Open Ended Mathematics from Learning Style.

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      Mathematics is a one of the scopes that supporting the development of knowledge and technology, therefore the students must be increase the creative thinking. This study is aimed to explore and describe the level of students’ creative thinking through visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning style in solving problem of open-ended Math. The method is using descriptive qualitative approach and interview. The techniques of data collection were the questionnaire result of the most extreme learning style the subject of the study was the ninth grade students of Senior High School, six students in which every two students became the representative of each learning style – visual, auditory and kinesthetic. The primary data of this study is the students’ answer of the test and interviews. The result of this study showed that: (1) the level of students’ creative thinking through visual learning style was in the level 4 (very creative), especially in solving Math problem of Scalene Triangle, (2) the level of students’ creative thinking through auditory learning style was in the level 3 (creative), especially in solving Math problem of Scalene Triangle, and (3) the level of students’ creative thinking through kinesthetic learning style was in the level 1 (poor creative), especially in solving Math problem of Scalene Triangle. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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