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A Comparison between Generative Learning Model and CORE Learning Model: The Influence on Learners- Critical Thinking Skill
Agustiani Putri (a), Dr. Wardani Rahayu M.Si (b), Mimi Nur Hajizah, M.Pd (c)

(a) Department of Mathematics Education, Universitas
Negeri Jakarta, Jl. Rawamangun Muka, Jakarta Timur
3220, Indonesia
(b) Ph.D of Mathematics Education, Postgraduate
Program, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Jl. Rawamangun
Muka, Jakarta Timur 13220, Indonesia
(c) Master of Mathematics Education, Graduate Program,
Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Jl. Rawamangun Muka,
Jakarta Timur 13220, Indonesia


Generative and Connecting, Organizing, Reflecting, Extending (CORE) are two sets of learning design that can develop learners- critical thinking skill. The objective of this study was to point out the best model to develop learners- critical thinking skill. For this objective, a quasi-experiment was done in 12 Jakarta Senior High School. Two groups of eleventh grades learners were elected by random sampling method. Generative learning was applied to the first group, while CORE learning was applied to the second group. Learners- critical thinking was regulated by the test which produced based on critical thinking skill indicators. Before starting the program, each group took an initial ability test. The program lasted for four weeks, and four hours each week; and at the end of the program post-test works were taken from the candidates. The hypothesis was tested using independent sample t-test with a probability of significance value of 0.05.The results of the research shown that there was a significant difference between the t-test score points of the experimental groups (P<0.05) namely t-count = 3,092 > t-table = 1,667. The results also showed that the average of learners- critical thinking skill points with generative learning model was higher than the other group. It was observed that this paper previously uncovered a role for (1) Barbara L. Grabowski (2014) that generative learning model can increase critical thinking skill and (2) Robert C. Calfee (2004) that CORE can increase critical thinking skill. This manuscript builds on our prior study to compare both models and focus on the effects on critical thinking skill.

Keywords: generative learning model, CORE learning model, critical thinking skill

Topic: Mathematics Education


Conference: International Conference on Mathematics and Science Education (ICMScE 2019)

Plain Format | Corresponding Author (Agustiani Putri)

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