Students’ Thinking Way: Learning Trajectory of Realistic Mathematics Education
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- Thinking Way, Learning Trajectory, RME, Creative Process
- Jonni Sitorus
- The research goal is to find the students’ thinking ways at each creative thinking process stage at the learning trajectory of RME they undergo. The results show that the learning trajectories of RME they undergo sequentially are problem-posing, the real model, mathematics model, and innovation model. The creative thinking process stages from “problem-posing - real model”: orientation & preparation; “real model - mathematics model”: incubation & illumination; and “mathematics model - innovation model”: verification. The students’ thinking ways are: orientation: methodical thinking, redefinition, and exploration; preparation stage: incubation, exploration, methodical thinking, recycling idea, and redefinition; incubation: incubation and serendipity; illumination: synthesis, incubation, serendipity, and lateral thinking; and verification: methodical thinking, redefinition, and lateral thinking.
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