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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Development Mathematics Modules Based On Guided Discovery Learning To Improve Creativity Skills Of Blind Students

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Suhendri, Suparman



ADDIE, Blind Student, Creative Thinking, Development, Guided Discovery, Mathematics, Module.



Mathematics is always used in all aspects of life. Blind students with a limited sense of sight have certain obstacles. Creativity is one of the skills students must-have in the 21st century. This study aims to develop guided discovery-based mathematical modules to enhance the creativity of blind students. The method used in this research is research that develops ADDIE which consists of Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The subject of this study were blind students of class VII semester 2 at MTs Yaketunis Yogyakarta. This study uses two types of instruments, namely expert validation instruments used to measure the validity and student response questionnaires used to measure students' practicality. The results of this study are valid modules 3.67 for aspects of content feasibility, 3.60 for linguistic aspects, 3.50 for appearance feasibility aspects, 3.50 for conformity aspects with guided discovery learning models and good responses from students. Therefore, modules can be used for classroom learning.



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