Analisis Terhadap Kemampuan Doing Mathematics Mahasiswa Pada Perkuliahan Kapita Selekta Matematika Sekolah

Asep Syarif Hidayat, Endang Cahya, Wahyudin Wahyudin

Abstract

Salah satu indikator keberhasilan Sekolah Matematika belajar adalah realisasi maksimal matematika kompetensi melakukan melibatkan pemecahan masalah, penalaran, komunikasi, koneksi, representasi, dan pemahaman konseptual, diwujudkan dalam kebiasaan berpikir dan melakukan. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian deskriptif dengan pendekatan survei dimaksudkan untuk mengetahui pengaruh Sekolah Matematika digest belajar untuk melakukan matematika kompetensi siswa, dan perbaikannya. Para siswa yang dipilih sebagai subjek penelitian adalah mereka yang mengambil Sekolah Matematika Digest 1 saja, di semester genap dari 2013-2014. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa Sekolah Matematika Digest 1 tentu saja memiliki pengaruh yang kuat pada peningkatan kompetensi melakukan matematika siswa, baik komponen dengan komponen dan sepenuhnya, yaitu, kompetensi penalaran, komunikasi, koneksi, representasi, pemahaman konseptual, dan membuktikan. Selain itu, ditemukan bahwa 86% siswa dari matematika pemecahan masalah kompetensi yang sangat baik, sisanya 14% berada pada tingkat cukup. Sementara itu, kualitas peningkatan kompetensi melakukan matematika siswa, baik komponen dengan komponen dan sepenuhnya, jatuh ke dalam kategori yang adil.

One of the indicators of the success of School Mathematics learning is the maximal realization of the doing mathematics competences involving problem solving, reasoning, communication, connection, representation, and conceptual comprehension, realized in the habits of thinking and doing. The research was a descriptive research by a survey approach intended to determine the influence of School Mathematics digest learning on students doing mathematics competence, and its improvement. The students selected as the subjects of research were those who took School Mathematics Digest 1 course, in the even semester of 2013-2014. The research findings showed that School Mathematics Digest 1 course has a strong influence on the improvement of the students doing mathematics competence, both component by component and wholly, i.e., reasoning competence, communication, connection, representation, conceptual comprehension, and proving. In addition, it was found that 86% students were of very good mathematic problem solving competence, the remaining 14% being at an insufficient level. Meanwhile, the quality of the improvement of students doing mathematics competence, both component by component and wholly, fell into a category of fair.

Keywords

Doing Matematika; Kapita Selekta

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