Introduction, Connection, Application, Reflection, Extension-Multimedia Based Integrated Instruction (ICARE-U): A Model to Improve Creative Thinking Skills
Mala Pratiwi, Parsaoran Siahaan, Achmad Samsudin, Adam Hadiana Aminudin, Abdul Rais, Rasmitadila, Reza Rachmadtullah
The study is aimed to improve students’ creative thinking skills as the impact of the implementation of Introduction, Connection, Application, Reflection, Extension-Multimedia Based Integrated Instruction (ICAREU). The method that has been used in this research is the 3D+1I model which has four comprehensive steps are Defining, Designing, Developing, and Implementing. The participants of this research are eleven grade students who come from Bandar Lampung (13-man namely “Mekhanai”, and 17-women namely “Muli”). The data was obtained from the respondents through pre-test and post-test in order to quantify the effects on the students’ creative thinking skills. The results of this study present that the ICARE-U model generally effected the students’ creative thinking skills. Furthermore, the score of N-Gain indicates that students’ creative thinking skills are affected by the average score of 0.7 characterized as the medium. In addition, trough the scalogram as a product of Rasch analysis, it can be concluded that “Muli” has a greater value than “Mekhanai”. This is affected by the implementation of ICARE with the MBI2 (ICARE-U) model to the presentation step.