Analysis Of Mathematics Learning Using Mathematics Student Work Sheet (LKS) Based On Yogyakarta Palace Ethnomathematics

Dafid Slamet Setiana(1*), Annis Deshinta Ayuningtyas(2)
(1) Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
(2) Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa
(*) Corresponding Author


The purpose of this study is to: (1) Describe the results of analysis of mathematics learning using Student Work Sheet (LKS) based on ethnomatematics of Yogyakarta Palace in terms of student learning outcomes. (2) Describe the results of the analysis of mathematics learning using the Student Work Sheet (LKS) based on ethnomatematics of Yogyakarta Palace in terms of students' cultural understanding. Research conducted in the form of descriptive qualitative research. The study was conducted at Taman Adults Junior High School in Yogyakarta, students of class VIII in 2019/2020. Data collection techniques in this study used observation, mathematical tests, questionnaires and interviews. Validity test is done by sending a file to the validator (expert) to be validated and then repaired. The results showed that learning was carried out in accordance with the expected goals, students were motivated to participate in learning so as to improve student learning outcomes in mathematics. Through ethnomatematics based learning, students begin to like the Yogyakarta Sultan's Culture thus increasing understanding of the surrounding culture.


Learning analysis; Student Work Sheet (LKS); Ethnomatematics; Yogyakarta Palace


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