Eksplorasi berpikir kreatif matematis siswa SD dalam perspektif gender

Exploration the mathematical creative thinking of elementary school students in a gender perspective

  • Hajjah Rafiah STKIP PGRI Banjarmasin
  • Siti Aulia STKIP PGRI Banjarmasin
Keywords: gender, berpikir kreatif matematis

Abstract

Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengeksplorasi berpikir kreatif matematis siswa Sekolah Dasar dalam perspektif gender. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode penelitian deskriptif tipe kualitatif. Penelitian dilaksanakan di Madrasah Ibtidaiah (MI) di Kecamatan Banjarmasin Timur, Kota Banjarmasin. Subjek penelitian adalah siswa kelas VA dan kelas VB yang memenuhi paling sedikit satu aspek berpikir kreatif  matematis. Hasil penelitian ini menemukan fakta bahwa kemampuan berpikir kreatif matematis siswa laki-laki dan siswa perempuan tidak menunjukkan perbedaan signifikan khususnya pada aspek fluency, flexibility dan originality. Perbedaan yang muncul hanyalah terletak pada salah satu indikator fluency yaitu kemampuan untuk melihat kesalahan atau kekurangan pada pemecahan masalah yang telah diberikan, di mana siswa perempuan lebih fasih dibandingkan dengan siswa laki-laki. Siswa laki-laki tidak menyadari kekeliruan yang dilakukan dalam menyelesaikan masalah dan sangat optimis dengan jawaban yang diberikan, sementara siswa perempuan lebih teliti dalam melihat kesalahan yang mereka lakukan dan berusaha melakukan perbaikan untuk mendapatkan penyelesaian yang benar.

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Published
2021-09-07
How to Cite
Rafiah, H., & Aulia, S. (2021). Eksplorasi berpikir kreatif matematis siswa SD dalam perspektif gender. Math Didactic: Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, 7(2), 133-143. https://doi.org/10.33654/math.v7i2.1145
Section
Research
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