Lestari, Andika Setyo Budi
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IMITATING FAILURES IN COMMUNICATING SOLUTION OF MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Lestari, Andika Setyo Budi; Nusantara, Toto; Irawan, Edy Bambang; Chandra, Tjang Daniel; As'ari, Abdur Rahman
International Journal of Insights for Mathematics Teaching (IJOIMT) Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Malang

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Imitating performance is not a mediocre element, yet it is a unique ability possessed by humans. Researche concerning on imitating performance has been widely conducted in early childhood education and in adults educations. However, imitating performance studies related to elementary school context is rarely explored. This study was intended to figure out the imitating performance of 5th grade student. This study was analyzed qualitatively where the researcher involved in all stage of the research. The results of the research indicated that there were few imitating performance indicators that were not fullfiled. The students were not able to apply the examples in the new context, in other words the students had failed in applying the examples. Consequently, they faced difficulties in communicating the solutions of mathematical problems.  Instead of helping the students, the key words provide by a teachers make the students confuse in resolving different problems.
Imitasi Dalam Komunikasi Matematis Siswa Untuk Menyelesaikan Masalah Matematika Lestari, Andika Setyo Budi; Nusantara, Toto; Susiswo, Susiswo; Chandra, Tjang Daniel
IndoMath: Indonesia Mathematics Education Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

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Imitation-related studies have been widely studied in children with autism, infants and young children. Imitation in the learning process is inseparable. The study of imitation in adults and school-aged children is still rarely studied, so the researcher was interested in conducting imitation-related research in mathematical communication in junior high school learners of class VII in one of the public schools in Bangil, Pasuruan, Indonesia. The type of the research was a qualitative research. The main instrument in this study was the researcher herself. The data sources in research were in the form of learner works, interview recordings, and field notes. The results showed that junior high school learners of class VII who became the subject of this research in communicating the completion of mathematical problems in doing an imitation towards elementary school teachers (primary school).The finding in this study was that personal closeness truly affects the imitations made by students in solving mathematical problems.