Effect of adversity quotient of junior high school students on reflective thinking process in mathematical problem solving

F E Purnamasari, I Sujadi, I Slamet
2019 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
This research wants to be seen reflective thinking process of grade VIII students at SMP N 4 Karanganyar based on Adversity Quotient (AQ) level of students. The subjects of this study were chosen by purposive sampling. AQ is the ability of a person to survive in the face of a problem. AQ has 3 levels of climber, camper, and quitter. Based on the AQ test results are taken students with climber, camper, and quitter level with different scores. The climber level is the highest level with an AQ
more » ... evel with an AQ score between 135 until 200, camper level is medium level with score AQ 60 until 134, and the quitter level is the lowest level with a score of 59 until zero. Data collection techniques use task-based interviews. The results showed that the thinking process of students with AQ scores of climber level was different from students with camper and quitter level. Students with AQ climber level, reflective thinking in the defining stages of the problem, analyzing problems, selecting categories, analyzing information, providing solutions, selecting solutions, implementing solutions, and analyzing feedback on all C-5 and C-6 type. Students with AQ climber level, reflective thinking at all stages when solving items of type C-5 only, while for item type C-6 students think reflectively only in the stage of analyzing information, providing solutions, choosing solutions, implementing solutions and analyzing bait behind. Furthermore, for students with AQ quitter level, reflective thinking is only in the stage of analyzing information, giving solution and implementing solution for item type C-5, while item of C-6 student can only go through phase analyze information only.
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1321/2/022128 fatcat:4zjpwyosxzgqbeeb3wzqwunbry