Problem Based Learning Method with GeoGebra in Mathematical Learning
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Abstract
Research objective was to find effect of local cultureproblembased learning method application with used GeoGebra in mathematics learning for senior high school students. Type of this research was quasiexperiment research with posttest only group design. Research sample used three learning class that was chosen by purposive sampling method and was selected from senior high school in Sumatera Utara, Indonesia. Students in experimentI class was taught with local cultureproblem based learning used GeoGebra, students in experimentII class was taught with problembased learning and students in control class taught with conventional learning method. Data was analysed with descriptive and inferential through one wayANAVA test then continued with Tuckey test if data had normal and homogenic distribution, if data had abnormal and/or heterogenic distribution then it was analysed with KruskalWallis test and continued with MannWhitney UTest. Research result showed average value of students’ statistical thinking ability test from experimentI class higher than experimentII and control class. Based on this research result, then mathematic teachers on senior high school were suggested to applicate local cultureproblem based learning with GeoGebra method in mathematics learning and developed mathematic matters which close to students’ local culture experience.

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ProblemBased Learning, Local Culture, GeoGebra

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