DESAIN HYPOTHETICAL LEARNING TRAJECTORY DALAM PEMBELAJARAN ROTASI MENGGUNAKAN MOTIF BATIK KAWUNG

Irma Risdiyanti, Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendesain lintasan belajar rotasi menggunakan motif batik Kawung sebagai starting point atau konteks pembelajaran. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini yaitu design research dengan tahapan preliminary design, design experiment dan analysis restrospective. Subjek dalam penelitian ini yaitu beberapa sampel siswa kelas VII SMP. Hasil dari penelitian ini berupa desain hypothetical learning trajectory dalam pembelajaran rotasi menggunakan motif batik Kawung dengan lintasan belajar yaitu siswa menggambar motif batik Kawung secara bebas, siswa menggambar motif batik Kawung dengan ketentuan yang telah disepakati, siswa mendata titik awal dan titik akhir hasil rotasi dalam aktivitas menggambar motif batik Kawung serta menemukan hubungan keduanya dan yang terakhir, siswa menemukan rumus rotasi.

Kata Kunci: hypothetical learning trajectory, design research, rotasi, batik Kawung


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