The, And COGNITIVE CAPABILITIES OF STUDENTS TO DO THE PISA REVIEW OF THE VISUALIZER AND VERBALIZER COGNITIVE STYLES
Changing curriculum is one of the efforts chosen by the government to improve the quality of human skills through students so they can compete at national and international levels. This study aims to describe the Psychomotor Ability of Students in the PISA Problem Judging from the Visualizer Cognitive Style and Verbalizer. Profile of Psychomotor Ability of the subject of visualizer in the PISA Problem can think directly about the shape of abstract objects in the form of real objects by describing what is being thought and doing trial and error or trying to conceptualize related situations, and selecting or using ordinary PISA Problem objects with write it down. The visualizer subject in the PISA problem uses images, pays attention to the surrounding environment, speaks what is being thought for, is less serious and careful during work. The Psychomotor Profile Profile of the verbalizer subject in the PISA problem is lacking in translating abstractly using oral in explaining the completion of the PISA problem from the real situation in the form of an object. compatibility of the model of the object by comparing abstract objects and real objects. The subject of the verbalizer in the PISA problem uses oral to convey the ideas and knowledge possessed, focused, does not pay attention to the surrounding environment, verbally says what is being thought, works according to the procedure, is serious and thorough while working.