Etnomatematika Dan Pendidikan Matematika Multikultural

Penulis

  • Wahyudin Wahyudin Jurusan Pendidikan Matematika, FPMIPA Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Abstrak

Matematika adalah mata pelajaran yang dipandang bebas dari nilai dan budaya sehingga terdapat pandangan bahwa pendidikan matematika tidak perlu mempertimbangkan keberagaman yang semakin berkembang dalam populasi peserta didik. Namun demikian, matematika telah sekaligus membentuk dan dibentuk oleh berbagai nilai dan keyakinan dari kelompok-kelompok manusia. Etnomatematika adalah hasil dari interaksi antara budaya dan matematika. Pemahaman tentang hubungan antara matematika dan budaya tampaknya dapat digunakan untuk meningkatkan keefektifan proses belajar belajar matematika di ruang kelas-ruang kelas multikultural

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