Developing manipulative thing for mathematics learning

Anggraini, Dian Mustika, Faizah, Maryam ORCID:, Afrida, Fira Nadliratul, Hanifah, Nur Hidayah ORCID: and Norfika, Ria (2023) Developing manipulative thing for mathematics learning. Presented at Young Scholar Symposium on Science and Mathematics Education, and Environment, 15-16 Jan 2022, Bandar Lampung, Indonesia.

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Researcher develop manipulative things to make student understand the concept easily. This study aims to explain the development of manipulative things to help students understand the concept easily in mathematics learning, especially geometry. This study refers to Borg and Gall model that used eight steps: 1) observation and collecting data, 2) planning, 3) material development, 4) validation, 5) testing, 6) product revision, 7) field testing, 8) product revision. This study result showed that Zoltan Dienes’s theory increases process students thinking in mathematics learning. The product significantly boosted students’ concepts and had been declared valid by material experts, design experts, and practitioners. Student’s responses show favorably to manipulative things from three aspects are easy, conspicuousness, and usefulness. All students declare that manipulative thing is beneficial for learning.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1301 Education Systems > 130105 Primary Education
Depositing User: Nur Hidayah Hanifah
Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2023 15:39


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