Sucipto, Lalu
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Pembelajaran Interaktif Konsep Barisan Konvergen Bagi Mahasiswa Sucipto, Lalu
Beta: Jurnal Tadris Matematika Vol 7 No 2 (2014): Beta Nopember
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This research aims at generating the interactivity learning procedure for convergent sequences concept for university students in the fourth semester at Offering C, mathematics education department, Malang Kanjuruhan University batch 2008/2009. Interactivity learning has several characteristics, namely intervention, collaboration, negotiation, and evaluation. In intervention, students are given problems related to convergent sequences concept whereas the lecturer provides intervention and problems. In negotiation, students discuss findings, while the lecturer plays a role as a mediator in the discussion. Next, in collaboration students sitting on the same bench cooperate to solve the problems; besides collaborating, they also negotiate and evaluate the result of negotiation. Then, in evaluation the lecturer evaluates the process and result of learning. Based on findings, it is found that interactivity learning for convergent sequences concept for university students in the fourth semester at Offering C, mathematics education department, Malang Kanjuruhan University is able to build a mathematic analysis. The interactivity learning procedures consist of 10 stages, namely (1) giving orientation about learning, (2) delivering the objective of learning, (3) motivating and percepting, (4) conducting intervention by the lecturer, (5) negotiating between the lecturer and students, (6) collaborating among students, (7) negotiating among students, (8) conducting intervention by the lecturer during students conducting collaboration and negotiation, (9) negotiating between the lecturer and students in order to draw a conclusion, and (10) evaluating by the lecturer.
Analisis kesulitan belajar mahasiswa dalam memahami konsep bilangan real Sucipto, Lalu; Mauliddin, Mauliddin
Beta: Jurnal Tadris Matematika Vol 9 No 2 (2016): Beta Nopember
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[Bahasa]: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui jenis-jenis kesulitan dan faktor-faktor penyebab kesulitan yang dihadapi oleh mahasiswa dalam mengerjakan soal bilangan real. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kualitatif dengan menggunakan analisis deskriptif. Data dikumpulkan melalui observasi, tes dan wawancara. Hasil tes dikelompokkan berdasarkan tujuh kategori kesalahan Watson kemudian dilakukan wawancara untuk mengklarifikasi kesalahan tersebut.Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa jenis kesalahan yang dominan terjadi pada jawaban mahasiswa berupa jenis kesalahan data tidak tepat, prosedur yang tidak tepat, konflik level respon, dan masalah hirarkhi keterampilan. Kesalahan mahasiswa dalam mengerjakan soal memberikan gambaran kesulitan yang dialami dalam memahami konsep bilangan real. Faktor yang mempengaruhi kesulitan mahasiswa yaitu: materi yang sulit dipahami dan diaplikasikan dalam pemecahan masalah; dan faktor pribadi yang mencakup pola belajar yang tidak baik, sarana pendukung, dan faktor dosen. [English]: This research aims to identify undergraduate students’ difficulties and the factors which caused them in solving real analysis problems. This qualitative research applies descriptive analysis. Data is collected through observation, test, and interview. Students’ answers on test are categorized into Watson’s seven categories of errors then the students are interviewed to clarify the errors. This research reveals that dominant errors encounterd by the students are inappropriate data, inappropriate procedure, response level conclict, and skill hierarchy problem. The errors portrait the difficulties the students encountered. The factors which cause the difficulties are the material is hard to understand and apply to problem solving; and personal factor such as bad learning habits, supporting tools, and the lecturers.