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Indonesian Journal of Learning Education and Counseling (IJoLEC) is an open access journal that managed by the peer review process, having ISSN: 2622-8068 (Print) and ISSN: 2622-8076 (Online). This journal invites scientists, practitioners around the world to exchange and disseminate theoretical topics and practices aimed at the advancement and development of field science (1) Learning education, (2) Educational technology and (3) Counseling.

Kreativitas Mahasiswa dalam Mengembangkan Paragraf melalui Pembelajaran Bahasa Indonesia dengan Pendekatan PBL

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Yuliarti Yuliarti

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to measure students' creativity in developing paragraphs after learning Indonesian with the PBL approach. The type of research used is quantitative descriptive by comparing the creativity between before and after using the work of students using a rubric of creativity. The results showed an increase in the average student creativity classically by 6.13%. These results indicate that PBL is able to increase student creativity. Application of discussions in small groups on application

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