KOMUNIKASI MATEMATIKA BERDASARKAN TEORI VAN HIELE PADA MATA KULIAH GEOMETRI DITINJAU DARI GAYA BELAJAR MAHASISWA PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN MATEMATIKA
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Keywords: mathematic communication, learning style
AbstractThis objective of this study is to describe competency of mathematic communication based on Van Hiele theory on geometry course viewed from visual and kinesthetic learning styles. The study was conducted in STKIP PGRI Tulungagung in November 2013 to August 2014, assigning 45 students as sample. The study revealed that: First, auditory learning style was achieved by: Level 1 = 0, Level 2 = 2, Level 3 = 9, Level 4 = 4, and Level 5 = 0, averaging at Level 3. This means that students do not understand when they construct definition, argument, role, formal deduction they worked; Second, kinesthetic learning style was achieved by: Level 1 = 0, Level 2 = 6, Level 3 = 10, Level 4 = 2, and Level 5 = 0, averaging at Level 3. This means that students do not understand on the work as done through auditory learning style.
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Utomo, F. H., Wardhani, I. S., & Asrori, M. A. R. (2015). KOMUNIKASI MATEMATIKA BERDASARKAN TEORI VAN HIELE PADA MATA KULIAH GEOMETRI DITINJAU DARI GAYA BELAJAR MAHASISWA PROGRAM STUDI PENDIDIKAN MATEMATIKA. Cendekia: Jurnal Pendidikan Dan Pembelajaran, 9(2), 159-170. https://doi.org/10.30957/cendekia.v9i2.37
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