Orisinalitas Desain Masalah Matematika Siswa SMP

Rizka Zulvana Wardhani, Cholis Sa’dijah, Tjang Daniel Chandra

Abstract


Abstract: This research aimed at describing originality of mathematics problem design. Data were obtained from Desain Masalah Matematika who posed by 25 students. Research subjects were taken based on students who could develop their ideas through the task sheet. Furthermore, data is analyzed into three levels of originality (LO), that is high (modification of information, problem content is same/different, and mathematics concept is different), moderate (modification of information, problem content is different, and mathematics concept is same), and low (modification of information, problem content is same, and mathematics concept is same). The result is 9 students including high LO, 12 students including moderate LO, and 4 students including low LO.

Abstrak: Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mendeskripsikan orisinalitas desain masalah matematika. Data diperoleh dari Desain Masalah Matematika yang diajukan 25 siswa. Subjek penelitian diambil berdasarkan siswa yang dapat mengembangkan ide-idenya melalui lembar tugas. Selanjutnya, data dianalisis menjadi tiga level orisinalitas (LO), yaitu level tinggi (modifikasi informasi, isi masalahnya sama/berbeda, dan konsep matematikanya berbeda), level sedang (modifikasi informasi, isi masalahnya berbeda, dan konsep matematikanya sama), dan level rendah (modifikasi informasi, isi masalahnya sama, dan konsep matematikanya sama). Hasilnya yaitu 9 siswa termasuk LO tinggi, 12 siswa termasuk LO sedang, dan 4 siswa termasuk LO rendah.


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originality level; submission of mathematical problems; middle school students; tingkat orisinalitas; pengajuan masalah matematika; siswa SMP

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/jptpp.v3i10.11616

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