ORIGAMI TERHADAP KECERDASAN SPASIAL MATEMATIKA SISWA

Dian Wardhani, Edy Bambang Irawan, Cholis Sa’dijah

Abstract


Origami is an art of folding that originated in Japan. Origami is not only fun, but to accommodate the diversity of learning styles helps children understand math and this is an innovative method for the development of education, culture, and social skills. Origami also encourages interaction and train students in the group student collaboration. The use of origami media can also help the learning process of students in mathematics due to make the students involved in the learning process. Origami to create a form. Forms related to spatial intelligence, spatial intelligence thinking skills while using the pictures and imagine the mind in the form of two three-dimensional.

Origami adalah sebuah seni lipat yang berasal dari Jepang. Origami bukan hanya menyenangkan, tetapi menampung keanekaragaman gaya pembelajaran yang membantu anak-anak memahami matematika dan ini adalah metode inovatif untuk perkembangan pendidikan, budaya,dan kemampuan sosial. Origami juga mendorong interaksi siswa dalam kelompok dan melatih kerjasama siswa. Penggunaan media origami juga dapat membantu proses belajar siswa dalam pembelajaran matematika dikarenakan membuat siswa terlibat langsung dalam proses pembelajaran. Origami untuk membuat suatu bentuk. Bentuk berhubungan dengan kecerdasan spasial, sedangkan kecerdasan spasial kemampuan berpikir menggunakan gambar dan membayangkan dalam pikiran dalam bentuk dua tiga dimensi.


Keywords


origami; spatial intelligence; mathematics; geometry; kecerdasan spasial; matematika; geometri

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