DESIGNING LEARNING ROTATION USING THE CONTEXT OF BAMBOO WOVEN MOTIF

Maryati Maryati, Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana

Abstract


An essential part of learning transformation geometry is rotation. Before learning more about other parts of the transformation geometry topic, such as translation, dilation, and reflection, firstly, students are required to understand well about rotation. However, several students have not been able to understand this subject properly due to the stages of learning in the rotation has not been appropriately arranged. Thus, this study aims to design a student learning trajectory in learning rotation, which develop from informal to formal level through the Indonesian Realistic Mathematics Education (IRME) approach. Furthermore, researchers used a design research method divided into three stages, namely preliminary design, design experiments, and retrospective analysis. This study describes how the bamboo woven motif contributes significantly to 31 ninth-grade students understanding the rotation concept. As a result, the woven bamboo motif's context can stimulate students' understanding of rotation. It is proven based on the strategies and models of students during their learning process which contributes to their fundamental knowledge of rotation.


Keywords


Bamboo woven motif; Indonesian Realistic Mathematics Education; Rotation; Design Research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31000/prima.v4i2.2600

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