TINJAUAN TEORITIS TENTANG PENGEMBANGAN PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE GURU MELALUI LESSON STUDY

Ma'rufi Ma'rufi, Muhammad Ilyas

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Menjadi guru berarti menjalankan tanggung jawab sebagai guru untuk meningkatkan kualitas pembelajaran. Pedagogical Conten Knowledge (PCK) merupakan salah satu jenis pengetahuan yang penting bagi guru dalam mengajar agar materi yang disampaikan dapat dengan mudah dipahami oleh siswa. Lesson study merupkan program pembinaan profesi pendidik secara berkelanjutan agar terjadi peningkatan keprofesionalan pendidik melalui pengkajian pembelajaran secara terus menerus, berkala dan berkolaborasi. Langkah-langkah pengembangan PCK guru melalui lesson study yaitu mengintegrasikan komponen-komponen PCK pada setiap tahapan lesson study, yaitu: (1) tahap perencanaan (plan), secara kolaboratif, dosen merencanakan pembelajaran yang berpusat pada mahasiswa berbasis permasalahan di kelas, (2) tahap pelaksanaan (do), seorang dosen atau guru melaksanakan pembelajaran yang berpusat pada peserta didik, sementara dosen/guru lain mengobservasi aktivitas belajar peserta didik, (3) refleksi (see), dengan prinsip kolegialitas, secara kolaboratif merefleksikan keefektifan pembelajaran dan saling belajar.
Kata-kata Kunci: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Lesson Study, Guru

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