ANALISIS BUKU PENILAIAN (BUPENA) MATEMATIKA WAJIB BERDASARKAN STANDARDS FOR MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE (SMP)

Jeri Araiku, Somakim Somakim, Weni Dwi Pratiwi, Annisa Oktavia Lestari, Nadia Faradilla

Abstract


Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk menganalisis kesesuaian buku penilaian (BUPENA) dengan Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMP). Pada penelitian ini, indiator yang dinilai adalah memaknai masalah dan menyelesaikannya (MP1), menalar secara abstrak dan kuantitatif (MP2), membangun argument dan mengkritisi argument orang lain (MP3), memodelkan dengan matematika (MP4). Metode penelitian adalah desk evaluation dimana peneliti menganalisis BUPENA berdasarkan indikator yang telah ditetapkan, teori-teori, dan penelitian yang relevan. Hasil analysis menunjukkan bahwa kesesuaian BUPENA dengan MP1, MP2, dan MP3 adalah sebesar 100%, sedangkan MP4 sebesar 94,74%. Kesesuaian buku ajar dengan SMP sangat penting untuk membantu siswa dalam meningkatkan higher order thinking skills (HOTS), kemampuan metakognitif, hasil belajar, motivasi, dan memodelkan, sehingga penggunaan BUPENA matematika wajib SMA ini sangat disarankan. Dalam penggunaan buku, sebaikanya guru juga mengaplikasikan model dan metode pembelajaran yang sesuai, serta memanfaatkan alat-alat atau aplikasi pembelajaran yang sesuai sehingga hasil yang diperoleh dapat maksimal.

Keywords


Analisis buku; Standards for mathematical practice; BUPENA; HOTS; matematika SMA

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