Students' creativity development model and its implementation in Indonesian Islamic Elementary Schools

Authors

  • Dwi Priyanto
  • Abu Dharin IAIN Purwokerto

Keywords:

Creativity, Learning, Teachers and Students.

Abstract

Indonesian Islamic Elementary Schools (Known as Madrasah Ibtidaiyah/MI) are not yet able to develop their graduates to become creative individuals fully. Students are more likely to be prepared to be interpreters than to become visionaries. It is very important to develop the students creativity in Indonesian Islamic Elementay School in order that the educational process in schools can be relevance and produce high creativity graduates. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of developing student creativity and its implementation in learning at MIN 1 Banyumas. The results of this study indicate that the learning process has an effect on the development of student creativity. Student creativity develops through active participation in the learning process supported by active and innovative learning models and strategies. Thus, it can be concluded that the teacher have implemented the concept of developing student creativity to achieve educational goals by involving students actively in the learning process.

 

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Published

2021-07-01

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Priyanto, D. ., & Dharin, A. . (2021). Students’ creativity development model and its implementation in Indonesian Islamic Elementary Schools. Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 11(3), 81–87. Retrieved from https://pegegog.net/index.php/pegegog/article/view/1318