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The purpose of this action research was how to teach with using argument-driven inquiry (ADI) model for promoting student’s Creative Thinking Skills. The participants were 31 science students in 1 classroom. The research instruments included a set of lesson plan, semi-structured learning observation, student’s learning journals and artifacts. The results showed that ADI model consisted 7 steps: Identification of the task and the guiding question, designing a method and collecting data, analyzing data and developing a tentative argument, argumentation section, explicit and reflective discussion, writing an investigation report or creating product of group, revising and submitting the report, respectively. Moreover, the core of the teaching approach was to encourage students to become curiosity persons by using problematic issues in everyday life that can enhance student’s Creative Thinking Skills. In addition, the study found that students can develop all Creative Thinking Skills. The most development of those were curiosity, originality, imagination, fluency, elaboration, and flexibility, respectively.
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