THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ASED ON NEMAN’S ERROR ANALSIS PROCEDURES IN MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS II COURSE

Yoga Dwi Windy Kusuma Ningtyas

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Abstract
The present study focuses on describing the undergraduate students’ error in solving mathematical word problems through the implementation of the cooperative learning based on Newman’s Error Analysis procedures. The subject of this research is second-year Mathematics Education students (students of class 4A). According to the aims, the type of the research is a classroom action research whose each cycle consists of four phases: planning, action, observation, and reflection. The action is held through the implementation of the cooperative learning based on Newman’s Error Analysis procedures which included five phases that were reading, comprehension, transformation, process skills, and encoding. The research is done in one cycle as the time limitation of the research then the researcher can’t continue to the next cycle. The collected data shows that the students’ errors in solving mathematical problems based on the Newman’s Error Analysis phases are encoding as much as 32.5%, process skills stands on 26.2%, transformation for 20.8%, comprehension as 12.6%, and reading as 7.9%. The other result is the average of students’ final score is 75.73 yet only 65.38% students who pass the minimum score, 65.
Key Words: Cooperative Learning, Newman Error Analysis, Word Problems, Statistics


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