Realistic Mathematics Education untuk Meningkatkan Kemandirian Belajar Matematika

Renika Arisinta, Abdur Rahman As’ari, Cholis Sa’dijah

Abstract


Abstract: This study aims to describe the Realistics Mathematics Education (RME) approach in increasing the independence of students' mathematics learning in the material area and around square and rectangle. This type of research was classroom action research. The subject of this study were fourth grade students of Elementary School consisting of 29 students. Learning devices in this study were Learning Implementation Plans and Group Worksheets while the instruments used in this study are observation sheets of student learning independence, teacher observation sheets, questionnaires, and interview guidelines. The results of the study showed that the RME approach that was packaged by giving problems in the form of written or unwritten stories that enabled students to find different solutions/answers and using manipulative media could improve student learning independence with the average student categorized well.

Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan pendekatan Realistics Mathematics Education dalam meningkatkan kemandirian belajar matematika siswa pada materi luas dan keliling persegi dan persegi panjang. Jenis penelitian ini merupakan penelitian tindakan kelas. Subjek penelitian ini yaitu siswa kelas IV yang terdiri dari 29 siswa. Perangkat pembelajaran pada penelitian ini yaitu Rencana Pelaksanaan Pembelajaran dan Lembar Kerja Kelompok, sedangkan instrumen yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini yaitu lembar observasi kemandirian belajar siswa, lembar observasi guru, angket, dan pedoman wawancara. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pendekatan RME yang dikemas dengan pemberian permasalahan berupa cerita secara tertulis maupun tidak tertulis yang memungkinkan siswa menemukan berbagai solusi/jawaban yang berbeda-beda dan menggunakan media manipulatif dapat meningkatkan kemandirian belajar siswa dengan rata-rata siswa berkategori baik.

Keywords


realistics mathematics education; self- regulated; mathematics; realistics mathematics education; kemandirian belajar; matematika

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17977/jptpp.v4i6.12493

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