TANTANGAN PENDIDIKAN MATEMATIKA DI ERA DISRUPSI

Subanji Subanji

Abstract


Perkembangan teknologi yang sangat cepat memunculkan era disrupsi yang ditandai oleh revolusi berbasis cyber physical system, berkembangnya berbagai aplikasi, berkembangnya augmented reality dan sebagainya. Berbagai layanan masyarakat yang bersifat praktis, murah, dan mudah terus bermunculan secara mengagetkan. Perubahan yang sulit diprediksi telah membawa dampak pada semua lini kehidupan, termasuk dalam Pendidikan matematika. Dalam praktik Pendidikan matematika, tidak cukup jika hanya mengajari siswa tentang prosedur penyelesaian soal. Siswa perlu dihadapkan pada masalah tidak rutin, masalah terbuka, masalah kontroversial, dan problem posing. Dengan masalah-masalah tersebut diharapkan mampu memantik, membangkitkan, dan mengembangkan berpikir siswa. Hal ini dilandasi oleh pemikiran bahwa kontribusi utama “belajar matematika” adalah mengembangkan berpikir, sehingga siswa menjadi pemikir kritis, kreatif, logis, dan konsisten. Pada akhirnya, siswa mampu menghadapi tantangan global yang berubah setiap saat dan bahkan mampu menjadi kontributor perubahan. 


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