Collaborative Problem Based Learning Model for Creative Thinking Ability

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Rusly Hidayah
Fauziatul Fajaroh
Parlan Parlan
I Wayan Dasna


In developing student creativity, it is still a topic of discussion from various experts, especially at the university level, which is related to the optimization of the right brain as a student which is used to increase creativity and imagination. With this assumption, it is imperative in efforts to develop creativity for students that it is very important to pay attention to. Students can face challenges for their future if they master chemistry as a reference point. In learning chemistry as a student, you must have the ability to think creatively to solve these problems. This research aims to improve the chemistry learning process at the university level, especially for students by using a method. The topic in this discussion aims to find out the content and discussion of the application of student collaborative problem based learning methods in the chemistry learning process at the university level.


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Hidayah, R., Fajaroh, F. ., Parlan, P., & Dasna, I. W. . (2021). Collaborative Problem Based Learning Model for Creative Thinking Ability. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Educational Study, 2(2), 24-30.


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