Students’ Strategies of Measuring Time Using Traditional Gasing Game in Third Grade of Primary School

Anton Jaelani, Ratu Ilma, Yusuf Hartono

Abstract


Understanding of measuring time has difficulty for children because it is intangible.  Standar units  often  use directly by teacher for learning time measurement. Many researches involved game in designing learning material to facilitate fun and meaningful learning for children. For this reason,  learning of time measurement that connect  with children’s daily experience was designed. The context of this research was traditional gasing game. The  study  is  situated  in  implementation of  Indonesian  version  of Realistic  Mathematics  Education,  labeled  as  PMRI.  This research aimed acquire  learning trajectory of time measurement using traditional gasing game for the third grader of primary school  by describing students’  progress in learning.  Design research methodology comprising preparing for the experiment, teaching experiment, and retrospective analysis was used. The research was conducted in SD (Sekolah Dasar) Pusri (Pupuk Sriwijaya) Palembang as one of PMRI (Pendidikan Matematika Realistik Indonesia) school. The result of the teaching experiment showed that learning design could foster students to experience reinvention of time measurement historically.  It stimulated students to emerge their sense of time, measure time using non standar unit, understand the concept of standard unit, and measure time using standar unit. Students’ strategies that were emerged showed students’ progress through  situation and problems that were provided by traditional gasing game.

Keyword: time measurement, gasing, design research, PMRI

 

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22342/jme.4.1.560.29-40


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