Representasi Matematis Mahasiswa Pada Materi Dimensi Tiga Berdasarkan Teori APOS Selama Online Learning

Yuli Ismi Nahdiyati Ilmi

Abstract


Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan representasi matematis mahasiswa selama pembelajaran online pada materi dimensi berdasarkan teori APOS. Jenis penelitan ini yaitu kualitaitif deskriptif, subjek terdiri dari 3, yaitu masing-masing berkemampuan rendah, sedang, dan tinggi. Subjek merupakan mahasiswa prodi pendidikan matematika semester 2 yang telah menempuh mata kuliah telaah materi sekolah menengah 1, khususnya pada materi dimensi tiga. Sumber data berupa hasil scan jawaban dan dianalisis melalui prosedur reduksi data, pengkategorian, dan penarikan kseimpulan. Adapun kesimpulan yang diperoleh yaitu S1 sebagai kategori subjek berkemampuan rendah, representasi yang tampak hanya pada aksi dan proses, sedangkan S2 sebagai kategori berkemampuan sedang terlihat representasi pada aksi, proses, dan objek, sedangkan S3 memenuhi representasi aksi, proses, objek, dan skema.

Keywords


online learning, representasi, APOS

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33474/jpm.v7i2.13102

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