About the Journal

Journal title Thinking Skills and Creativity Journal 
Initials TSCJ
Abbreviation Thinking Skill and cre. j.
Frequency Two issues per year 
DOI prefix 10.23887/tscj
Print ISSN 2615-4692
Online ISSN 2615-6105
Editor-in-chief Ni Nyoman Rediani
Publisher Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha
Organizer LPPM - Undiksha

Thinking Skills and Creativity Journal is a journal providing a peer-reviewed forum for communication and debate for the community of researchers interested in teaching for thinking and creativity. Papers may represent a variety of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches and may relate to any age level in a diversity of settings: formal and informal, education and work-based.
The journal particularly welcomes several types of research article:
• Studies of teaching and learning processes directly relevant to teaching thinking and fostering creativity;
• Reports of research evaluating the efficacy of programmes, approaches, and innovations in teaching for thinking and creativity;
• Synthetic review articles, and
• Critical theoretical and methodological studies.
The major criteria for the acceptance of a research article will be its relevance, its importance to the field of teaching for thinking and creativity, and its analytical quality.

p-ISSN : 2615-4692 (Print) and e-ISSN : 2615-6105 (Online)

Current Issue

Vol. 6 No. 1 (2023): April
Published: 2023-07-18


  • Problem Based Learning Model Assisted by PhET Interactive Simulation Improves Critical Thinking Skills of Elementary School Students

    I Gusti Komang Agus Angga Putra Widiarta, I Gede Wahyu Suwela Antara, Kadek Andre Karisma Dewantara
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.61945
  • Improving Conceptual Knowledge in Elementary School Students with Revised Bloom's Taxonomy-Oriented Learning Activities

    Dewa Nyoman Dede Premana, I Wayan Widiana, I Made Citra Wibawa
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.57454
  • HOTS Oriented Problem-Based Learning Model: Improving Critical Thinking Skills and Learning Outcomes of Fifth Grade Students in Science Learning

    I Gede Eric Cantona, I Wayan Suastra, I Made Ardana
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.61654
  • Discovery Learning Through Educandy: Its Effectiveness on Students’ Critical Thinking Ability and Self-Confidence

    Yunisa Eka Saputri, Rusnilawati
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.61737
  • The Impact of Problem Based Learning with Tri Hita Karana on Scientific Literacy and Critical Thinking Skills

    L. Heny Nirmayani, I Wayan Suastra
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.57279
  • Creativity in Higher Education: The Effect of Personality on Students’ Creative Thinking Skills

    Rahmat Aziz
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.54916
  • Problem-Solving Skills Among 21st-Century Learners Toward Creativity and Innovation Ideas

    Moses Adeleke Adeoye, Hassanat Abdullateef Jimoh
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.62708
  • Improving Students' Critical Thinking Skills with The Discovery Learning Model Assisted by Realia Learning Media

    Made Widya Ardita, Gusti Ngurah Sastra Agustika, I Komang Ngurah Wiyasa
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.62749
  • Problem Based Learning Model Assisted by Visual Media Improves Critical Thinking Skills of Grade IV Elementary School Students

    Ni Luh Putu Juniantari, Ni Wayan Suniasih
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.62587
  • The Influence of the Inquiry Learning Model on Critical Thinking in Science Learning in Grade V Elementary School

    Ni Putu Putri Prasanti, Ni Wayan Suniasih
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.23887/tscj.v6i1.61901
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