This research aims to describe and analyze result of applying Problem-Based Learning and Cognitive Conflict Strategy (PBLCCS) in increasing students' Mathematical Critical Thinking (MCT) ability and Mathematical Curiosity Attitude (MCA).
My second presumption is that mathematical knowledge and skill gained as children grow older allows them to think creatively and critically.
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Further compounding the problem, critical and creative thinking are, at best, ill-defined.
Obviously, this is not helpful – if the math processes are the actions of doing math, it makes sense then that these actions will, at times, encompass critical and creative thinking.