The Impact of Tri Pramana-based Hypothetic Deductive Learning Cycle Model on Character Forming and Creativity Development in Early Childhood
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character, creativity, hypothetical deductive learning cycle, Tri Pramana
In their personality development, children have not been able to achieve unique according to their goals and ambitions, as teachers and students become more and more morally degraded. The study aimed to analyze the impact of a hypothetical deductive learning cycle model based on Tri Pramana on personality formation and creative ability development of students in their early childhood. The study utilized a semi-empirical form of a post-trial control design. The experiment was conducted in kindergarten classes, with two each from Kindergarten A and Kindergarten B grades, with a total of 80 students participating. A test and a questionnaire were used to collect data, where the test was used to measure creativity and the questionnaire for character variables. A descriptive and inferential statistical analysis method was used for data analysis, using MANOVA. The results show that there is an impact of learning a hypothetical deductive learning cycle model based on Tri Pramana on personality and creativity partially or simultaneously. It can be seen from Sig. value < 0.05. The study concludes that the application of a hypothetical deductive learning cycle model based on Tri Pramana has a significant effect on students' personality, creativity as well as creative thinking ability. This learning model can thus be recommended as an alternative to personality development and creativity in childhood.