Reasoning Ability Of Elementary School Students In Social Humanistic Based Mathematics Learning

Rosidah Aliim Hidayat, Wahyudin Wahyudin, Jailani Jailani

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The aims of this study is generally to know the application of social humanistic based mathematics learning in elementary schools. In particular, aimed to determine the improvement of students' reasoning abilities in mathematics learning based on social humanistic in elementary school. This research approach uses classroom action research design. The subjects of this study were students of Tingkir Tengah 02 Elementary School in Salatiga City. Data collection techniques use tests, observations, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis techniques using interactive analysis. The validity of the data using triangulation techniques and sources. Research results: humanistic social-based mathematics learning can improve students' reasoning abilities. The first cycle in this study there is one reasoning ability test, while for the second cycle there are three reasoning ability tests. Classically, the percentage of achievement of students' mathematical reasoning abilities after the action was carried out, in the first test was 52.75, in the second test was 55.40, in the third test was 56.40, and the fourth test was 71.75.


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learning, mathematics, reasoning

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