THE ABILITY PROBLEM POSING STUDENTS POST-SOLUTION MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN LEARNING STYLE

Sembodro Khuzaimatul Ulum, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono

Abstract


The problem posing ability is making new questions and answers from previous information. Post-solution is modifing a condition of problem solved to submit a new problem. Learning styles in this research is in the form of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. This descriptive research examines the ability of students to post problem solutions based on differences in learning style involving 10 visual’s students, 12 auditory’s students, 9 kinesthetic’s students. Analysis of data in this research is  the data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. Test material of the test is cubes. The results of the study show that ability problems of student with visual learning styles in the form of problems that can be solved is shown clear information, changing, varying, restating, and grouping in accordance with information about previous questions, direct and indirect answers are arranged in detail, language structure questions in the form of assignment and conditional propositions are shown clear commands, difficulty of easy and moderate difficulty levels in question answer. The ability to submit students’ problems in auditory learning styles in the form of problems that can be solved is shown clear information, changing, varying, and restating in accordance with information about previous questions, direct and indirect answers according to the systematic, assignment and conditional propositions according clear problem commands, easy and moderate difficulty levels on question answer. The ability to propose problems of kinesthetic learning styles of students in the form of questions can be solved by manipulating the conditions of the problem, changing, varying, and restarting by manipulating the previous problem, direct and indirect answers according to clear command, assignment and conditional propositions by manipulating the command of the questions , difficulties are easy and moderate arranged in detail.


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