Prespektif Gender terhadap Kemampuan Berpikir Kreatif Mahasiswa pada Blended Learning berbantu Google Classrooms

Mulyono Mulyono, Adi Satrio Ardiansyah, Regilsa Fariz, Karima Khoirunnisa


Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengkaji kemampuan berpikir kreatif dilihat dari perbedaan gender pada Blended Learning berbantu Google Classrooms (BL-GC). Penelitian mix methods dilakukan dengan strategi concurrent embedded dimana subjek penelitian dipilih dengan teknik purpose sampling sehingga diperoleh 5 mahasiswa laki-laki dan 5 mahasiswa perempuan. Untuk meninjau kemampuan berpikir kreatif digunakan tes dan wawancara. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa implementasi BL-GC efektif terhadap kemampuan berpikir kreatif tanpa melihat perbedaan gender. Hal tersebut diperoleh berdasarkan hasil temuan secara kualiatatif dan kuantitatif yang menyebutkan bahwa kemampuan berpikir kreatif, peningkatan kemampuan berpikir kreatif, dan ketercapaian indikator kemampuan berpikir kreatif tidak berbeda secara signifikan. Temuan lain menunjukkan bahwa kefasihan merupakan langkah awal dari kemampuan berpikir kreatif, sehingga jika ingin mengembangkan kemampuan berpikir kreatif, maka langkah awalnya adalah mengembangkan kefasihan siswa.

The aim of this study was to examine creative thinking skills viewed by gender differences in Blended Learning with Google Classrooms assisted (BL-GC). The mix methods research was carried out with a concurrent embedded strategy. The research subjects consist of 5 male and 5 female students. To review differences in creative thinking skills, tests and interviews are used. The results showed that the implementation of BL-GC was effective on creative thinking skills regardless of gender. This was obtained based on the qualitative and quantitative findings which stated that creative thinking skills, gain creative thinking skills, and the achievement of creative thinking skills’s indicators did not differ significantly. Other findings show that fluency is the first step in the ability to think creatively, so that if you want to develop creative thinking skills, the first step is to develop student fluency.


Blended Learning; Gender Prespective; Mathematical Creativity


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