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Students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills and Their Relationships with Problem Posing Ability

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The purposes of this study were, to identify students’ higher order thinking skills and their problem posing ability, as well as to ascertain relationships between them. The study, involving a total of 28 secondary school students as respondents, used two instruments, namely, A Higher Order Thinking Skills Test and A Mathematical Problem Posing Instrument. The results of the study revealed that, students’ achievements in both higher order thinking skills and their ability in posing mathematics problem were moderate with a mean score of 49.46 (s.d 12.64) and 48.57 (s.d 35.45) respectively, while the relationships between these two variables were also moderately correlated, with r = 0.515 (p < 0.05).
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Keywords: Higher Order Thinking Skills; Mathematics Education; Problem Posing Ability

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Educational Sciences, Mathematics and Creative Multimedia;

Publication date: April 1, 2017

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