PENGEMBANGAN MODEL PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA JAPANESE PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH DENGAN FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT
Japanese Problem Solving Approach (JPSA) is a learning approach in Japan that is centered on problem solving. JPSA distinguishes between problems (or assignments given by the teacher) and problematic (or problems obtained by students). The purpose of this approach is not to complete the task but to teach lessons through solving problems. JPSA is one of the many approaches in Japan that developed through Japanese Lesson Study. JPSA has four main components in learning, namely Hatsumon or posing a problem, Kikan - Shido or independent solving, Neriage or comparison and disccusion, and Matome or summary. Formative assessment is an assessment carried out at the end of the learning process that aims to give back and forth in the process so that it can develop the teaching and learning process, evaluation, FGD, revision and implementation phase and dissemination. In this study successfully developed the development of the Japanese-based mathematical learning model problem solving approach equipped with formative assessment: top.
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