The Impact of Visual Thinking Approach to Promote Elementary Students’ Problem Solving Skill in Mathemathics

Muhammad Fendrik, Elvina Elvina


This study aims to examine the influence of visual thinking learning to problem
solving skill. Quasi experiments with the design of this non-equivalent control
group involved Grade V students in one of the Elementary Schools. The design of
this study was quasi experimental nonequivalent control group, the research
bullet used the existing class. The results of research are: 1) improvement of
problem soving skill. The learning did not differ significantly between students
who received conventional learning. 2) there is no interaction between learning
(visual thinking and traditional) with students' mathematical skill (upper, middle
and lower) on the improvement of skill. 3) there is a difference in the skill of
language learning that is being constructed with visual learning of thought in
terms of student skill (top, middle and bottom).


visual thinking; problem solving; primary school

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