KEMAMPUAN SPASIAL SISWA MTS DITINJAU DARI PERBEDAAN GAYA KOGNITIF

Umi Hanifah

Abstract


This study aims to describe the students’spatial abilities based on cognitive styles differences. In this study, spatial abilities included 5 components, namely spatial perception, spatial visualization, mental rotation, spatial relations, and spatial orientation. This research was descriptive research with qualitative approach. Research began by determining the subject using GEFT and math ability test, and then continued by giving spatial ability test and interview. Checking the data validity used time triangulation. Data analysis in this study used data reduction, display data, and conclusion. The results showed that there are differences in spatial abilities of the two subjects. The differences were found in the components of spatial visualization, mental rotation, and spatial relations. Differences in spatial abilities are found in the methods / strategies used by each subject to solve each component problem. Differences in cognitive style suggested different choice of strategies used to solve problems.

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