ETNOMATEMATIKA BUDAYA JAWA : INOVASI PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA DI SEKOLAH DASAR

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Hendra Erik Rudyanto
Apri Kartika Sari HS
Dea Pratiwi

Abstract

Abstract


Innovation in learning mathematics needs to be done so that the learning objectives of mathematics can be achieved effectively. One of the innovations that can be done is to utilize Javanese cultural products in learning mathematics. Besides being able to learn mathematics well, students can also get to know their culture which is slowly being forgotten. This study aims to describe the results of ethnomatatics exploration of Javanese culture that can be utilized in mathematics learning. The research method used is qualitative, through exploratory studies with ethnographic approaches. In connection with this study, researchers tried to dig up information
through literature,observation (observation) and possible the existence of an interview process with several figures or Javanese community members who know information about the object to be excavated. The
results of the study show that there are many Javanese cultural products that have the potential for learning mathematics such as cultural products in the form of artifacts, traditional foods, traditional games, batik, and so on. If the Javanese cultural product can be utilized in mathematics learning well, it will create meaningful learning for students.


Abstrak


Inovasi dalam pembelajaran matematika perlu dilakukan supaya tujuan belajar matematika dapat
tercapai secara efektif. Salah satu inovasi yang dapat dilakukan adalah memanfaatkan produk
budaya Jawa dalam pembelajaran matematika. Selain dapat belajar matematika dengan baik, siswa
juga dapat mengenal budayanya yang lambat laun mulai terlupakan. Penelitian ini bertujuan
mendeskripsikan hasil eksplorasi etnomatematika budaya Jawa yang dapat dimanfaatkan dalam
pembelajaran matematika. Metode penelitian yang digunakan yaitu kualitatif, melalui studi
eksplorasi dengan pendekatan etnografi. Sehubungan dengan penelitian ini, peneliti berusaha
menggali informasi melalui kepustakaan, pengamatan (observasi) serta dimungkinkan adanya
proses wawancara dengan beberapa tokoh atau warga masyarakat Jawa yang mengetahui
informasi mengenai objek yang akan digaliHasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa banyak sekali
produk-produk budaya Jawa yang berpotensi untuk pembelajaran matematika misalnya produk
budaya yang berupa artefak, makanan tradisional, permainan tradisional, batik, dan lain
sebagainya. Jika produk budaya Jawa tersebut dapat dimanfaatkan dalam pembelajaran
matematika dengan baik, maka akan menciptakan pembelajaran yang bermakna bagi siswa.

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Rudyanto, H. E., Kartika Sari HS, A., & Pratiwi, D. (2019). ETNOMATEMATIKA BUDAYA JAWA : INOVASI PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA DI SEKOLAH DASAR. Jurnal Bidang Pendidikan Dasar, 3(2), 25 - 32. https://doi.org/10.21067/jbpd.v3i2.3348
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