Realistic Mathematic Worksheets for Elementary School Teacher Education Students to Improve Problem Solving
The latest government policy regarding the implementation of the minimum competency assessment (AKM) has an impact on several aspects. One of them is students’ readiness, particularly in elementary schools, to become accustomed to carrying out the literacy and numeracy processes in learning. Prospective elementary school teachers, who are also elementary school teacher education students, are one of the primary targets in their preparation to become teachers who teach or train elementary school students to solve problems, particularly mathematics problems. Approaching realistic mathematics learning based on problem-solving is one of the efforts that can be made in training students. The research aimed to create a student worksheet that used a problemsolving- based realistic mathematical approach. The development method used was a 4D model, which includes defining, designing, developing, and disseminating. The use of student worksheets with a realistic mathematical approach based on problem-solving by elementary school teacher education students as a basis for habits that have been ingrained from an early age, so that later they will be able to apply similar things when they have practiced learning in the field, is the result of this research.
Keywords: worksheets, elementary school, realistic mathematics, problem solving
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