IMPLEMENTATION OF REALISTIC MATHEMATICS EDUCATION WITH FORMULATE-SHARE-LISTEN-CREATE (FSLC) STRATEGY ON THE MATERIAL OF  PERMUTATION AND COMBINATION AT GRADE XI SMA NEGERI 4 SIDOARJO

ROSITA AYU YULIANA

Abstract


Abstract


Mathematics learning should be based on a scientific method, which requires students to be active in learning. In fact, there are many teacher-centered learning methods that do notpromote students to think about solving daily life problems. This research is a pre-experimentalstudy which aims to describe the management of learning, students’ activities, students’ learning outcomes, and students’ responses. The data were collected using observation sheets, test, and questionnaire. The results of the data analysis show that: (1) the overall learning management can be categorized as good which is supported by the result of observation with an average score of 3.1; (2) the students’ activities as a whole can be categorized as active thatis supported by the result of observations with the average percentage of 96,40%; (3) the average score of students’ learning achievement is 79,86 which meets the minimum mastery standard, so the result of learning is said to be complete with an average percentage of classical completeness 77,50% ; and (4) the students’ responses towardthe implementation of realistic mathematics education with formulate-share-listen-create strategy is positive, because the average score of students’ positive  responses is 91.56%.


 Keywords: Mathematics Learning, Realistic Mathematics Education, Formulate-Share-Listen-Create Strategy.


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