BUDAYA DAN IMPLIKASINYA TERHADAP PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA

  • I.G.A. Pt. Arya Wulandari Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika FKIP Universitas Mahasaraswati
  • Kadek Rahayu Puspadewi Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika FKIP Universitas Mahasaraswati
Keywords: budaya, pembelajaran matematika, pembelajaran kreatif

Abstract

Dewasa ini, pembelajaran matematika masih dikaitkan dengan proses pendidikan, di mana  konsep-konsep matematika dan keterampilan hanya diperoleh ketika siswa pergi ke sekolah. Hal ini menyebabkan pembelajaran yang dipahami siswa hanya berupa konten saja dan cenderung mengabaikan konteksnya. Salah satu upaya untuk mencapai kompetensi yang diperlukan oleh siswa dalam pembelajaran matematika adalah penerapan  pembelajaran yang memanfaatkan budaya yang berkembang di sekitar lingkungan siswa. Dalam artikel ini dikaji mengenai pengetahuan budaya lokal dan matematika, keterkaitan budaya dengan pembelajaran matematika kreatif, serta keefektifan pembelajaran matematika melalui konteks budaya. Berdasarkan berbagai penelitian yang diperoleh dari literatur, penulis menyimpulkan bahwa untuk memperkaya konteks matematika, siswa harus diberdayakan melalui pengintegrasian konten matematika dan budaya yang sesuai dengan pengalaman hidup mereka sehingga dapat mengarah pada keberhasilan belajar matematika.

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