Analisis Penggunaan Gesture untuk Memperbaiki Kesalahan Konsep Siswa dalam Proses Diskusi Pemecahan Masalah Pisa

Hardianto Hardianto, Subanji Subanji, Swasono Rahardjo

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan penggunaan gesture untuk memperbaiki kesalahan matematika siswa dalam proses diskusi pemecahan masalah PISA. Hasil yang diperoleh adalah: 1) siswa yang berkemampuan tinggi dapat memperbaiki kesalahan konsep siswa yang berkemampuan sedang dan rendah dalam proses diskusi pemecahan masalah PISAdengan menggunakan gesture, yang meliputi: pointing gesture, writing gesture, dan representational gesture, 2) pointing gesture yang digunakan oleh siswa yang berkemampuan tinggi dapat memperbaiki kesalahan konsep siswa yang berkemampuan sedang dan rendah dalam proses diskusi pemecahan masalah PISA, 3) writing gesture yang digunakan oleh siswa yang berkemampuan tinggi dapat memperbaiki kesalahan konsep siswa yang berkemampuan sedang dan rendah dalam proses diskusi pemecahan masalah PISA, dan 4) representational gesture yang digunakan oleh siswa yang berkemampuan tinggi dapat memperbaiki kesalahan konsep siswa yang berkemampuan sedang dan rendah dalam proses diskusi pemecahan masalah PISA.

Kata Kunci: Gesture, Kesalahan Konsep, PISA.

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