DIDACTICAL PHENOMENOLOGY UNTUK MENGEMBANGKAN AKTIVITAS PEMBELAJARAN GEOMETRI BIDANG DENGAN PENDEKATAN PENDIDIKAN MATEMATIKA REALISTIK

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  • Aan Hendroanto

Kata Kunci:

Didactical Phenomenology, Realistic Mathematics Education, Plane Geometry

Abstrak

One of the principles in Realistic Mathematics Education is didactical phenomenology. This principle suggests teachers to look at the phenomena in real life such as activities, histories, or fiction stories that contain mathematical concepts. By doing this, teachers will get inspired to design and develop activities for mathematical learning. This article aims to discover phenomena as a basis for developing activities for learning plane geometry. This study is a development research consisting of three stages: analysis, design, and evaluation. There are 11 activities with different contexts developed in this study. Some of these activities were piloted in a class involving 20 students of Mathematics Education, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan. Based on result, the students showed a positive respon to the activities and they hope the activities can be implemented in the plane geometry courses.

 

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2018-02-23