Upaya Guru Menggunakan Game dalam Pembelajaran Matematika

Husnul Khatimah, Rahmah Johar, Taufik Fuadi Abidin

Abstract


Fractional material still often understood as an abstract matter that there are still many students who have difficulty in understanding the fractional material. One of the problems experienced by students is the difficulty to understand the true concept. In the process learning takes place teacher use a monotonous learning so as to make students feel bored in the learning process that can condition students to be active. Through the model of quantum teaching teachers are expected to be able to make the fractional material easier to students understand and can be applied in everyday life. Through the game, students are expected to have fun without coercion. Therefore, the game can be inserted through the subject matter so that students not only play but they also can make the process of learning. This study aims to determine the efforts of teachers using games in learning mathematics. The subject in this research is six people students the class VA SD IT Al Azhar Banda Aceh. The research data were collected through observation and interviews with students as well as qualitative data is analyzed descriptively. Based on the survey results revealed that teachers have sought to use the game in mathematics, namely teachers organize students playing game, limit the time, guiding students, and observe students during play game. But these efforts have not shown optimal results, due to limited time in the learning and the media used is limited so students have difficulty in completing the answer in the game.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24815/jp.v7i1.13751

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