Seminar Nasional Pendidikan Matematika

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Creator Budi Juliardi; STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat
Ranti Nazmi; STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat
Yulianda Melani Putri; STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat
Description The rapid advances in technology and science have presented challenges (and opportunities) for all aspects of human life, including the world of education. The quality of education requires the support of all components thoroughly and continuously. The current global development demands the development in terms of the quality of human resources, especially teachers. Teachers must be able to master the learning approach so that students are not bored in learning, including learning Civic Education. The right approach to use is the inquiry based learning approach. An inquiry based learning approach can be done individually, in groups or classically and by means of question and answer, discussions or activities are carried out both inside and outside the classroom. By using the inquiry method, it is expected to create students who are able to: 1) develop attitudes, namely students 'skills to be able to solve problems and take decisions objectively and independently, 2) develop students' thinking skills, where the thinking process itself consists of a series of skills that require training and habituation, 3) practice the ability to think through processes in truly internalized situations, and 4) develop curiosity, objective thinking, independence, critical, analytical, both individually and in groups.
Publisher CHoSEn - Conference on Humaniora Social and Education
Date 2021-11-17 16:57:03
Type Peer-reviewed Paper
Source CHoSEn - Conference on Humaniora Social and Education; Conference on Humaniora Social and Education
Language en
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