Innovation of Mathematics Learning Models and Media in Elementary Schools in Kurikulum Merdeka Belajar
Mathematics learning aims to build students’ intellectual, creative, and logical mindsets. This goal can be achieved if learning can be carried out optimally. With technological advances in the independent learning curriculum, there needs to be innovations in the implementation of Mathematics learning in elementary schools. This study aims to examine the innovation of mathematics learning models and media in elementary schools in the independent learning curriculum. The method used in this research is a qualitative method of literature study, by reviewing articles of national and international repute. The results of this study indicate that there are several innovations in the mathematics learning model including the realistic mathematical education (RME) model, open minded problem-based learning, STEAM, blended learning, auditory intellectually repetition (AIR), and computational thinking (CT). While innovations in mathematics learning media include environment-based videos, Tinkercad, Arduino, and Chibitronics.
Keywords: Mathematics learning innovation, model, media, elementary school
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