Improving Students' Spatial Skill with Learning Cycle Using Cabri 3D Application in Junior High School
Malim Muhammad, Joko Purwanto, Rizqi Muji Prisnaini
Available Online October 2017.
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- Spatial Skills, Learning Cycle Model, Cabri 3D
- This research aims to improve spatial skills of students on the subjects of 3-dimensional geometry with Learning Cycle Model using application Cabri 3D in Junior High School Muhammadiyah Ajibarang. This research is Classroom Action Research that implemented in the 3 cycles where each cycle consists of 2 hours of the first meeting to deliver material, 2 hours at the second meeting to convey material and then the last one hour to test evaluation. The subject of this research is 32 students of seven-grade junior high school Muhammadiyah Ajibarang. Each cycle in this research starting from the action planning, implementation of the action, observation, evaluation, and reflection. The technique of data collection that researchers have already done is observation and tests of spatial skills of mathematics students. Based on the results of research, the spatial skills of students at the first cycle obtained the average score of 67.50, the second cycle obtained the average score of 79.06 and third cycle obtained the average score of 85.00. The conclusions from this study are learning using Learning Cycle Model using application Cabri 3D can improve the spatial skills students of seven-grade junior high school Muhammadiyah Ajibarang particularly on the subjects of 3-dimensional geometry than shown by increasing of average score student's spatial skills tests every cycle
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TY - CONF AU - Malim Muhammad AU - Joko Purwanto AU - Rizqi Muji Prisnaini PY - 2017/10 DA - 2017/10 TI - Improving Students' Spatial Skill with Learning Cycle Using Cabri 3D Application in Junior High School BT - Proceedings of the 4th Asia Pacific Education Conference (AECON 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 328 EP - 332 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aecon-17.2017.61 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/aecon-17.2017.61 ID - Muhammad2017/10 ER -