Rina Agustina (2016) Application Of Contextual Learning With Hanoi Tower Game To The Materials Relations And Functions
Mathematics has been considered as difficult subjects for students. To change tha t perception, the teacher should be able to present mathematics to be interesting and fun. Using the examples in everyday life, students can more easily construct mathematics from the abstract becomes more apparent. Contextual learning is learning that tak es (stimulate, telling dialogue, or asked questions) on the real - world events experienced by students into the concepts that are discussed. Math games can be used as an alternative learning that it is possible to change the image of mathematics as subjects less preferred to be a lesson that is challenging and very loved by students. One presentation that can be used is by using Hanoi tower game. These games can help interest students to learn the relations and functions.
Keywords : Contextual Learning, Hanoi Tower Game, Relations and Functions
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