PROSES BERPIKIR KOMPUTASIONAL SISWA DALAM MENYELESAIKAN SOAL PISA KONTEN CHANGE AND RELATIONSHIP BERDASARKAN SELF-REGULATED LEARNING

  • M. Gunawan Supiarmo UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
  • Turmudi UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim
  • Elly Susanti UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim
Keywords: Computational Thinking, Self-Regulated Learning, Change and Relationship

Abstract

This study aims to describe students' computational thinking processes in solving PISA questions on change and relationship content based on self-regulated learning. This type of research is a descriptive study with a qualitative approach carried out in class VIII MTS Daruttauhid Malang. The research data consisted of students' answers, think aloud, and semi-structured interview results. Students' computational thinking skills are seen through indicators, including decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and algorithmic thinking. The results of the study inform that students 'computational thinking skills who have high and moderate levels of self-regulated learning do not have a significant difference, because students' computational thinking skills are limited to the pattern recognition stage. The problem-solving steps applied by students are less coherent because abstraction and algorithms has not been done in solving the PISA questions.

Abstrak

Penelitian ini bertujuan mendeskripsikan proses berpikir komputasional siswa dalam menyelesaikan soal PISA konten change and relationship berdasarkan self-regulated learning. Jenis penelitian ini adalah penelitian deskriptif dengan pendekatan kualitatif yang dilaksanakan pada siswa kelas VIII MTS Daruttauhid Malang. Data penelitian terdiri atas jawaban siswa, think aloud, dan hasil wawancara semi terstruktur. Kemampuan berpikir komputasional siswa dilihat melalui indikator, antara lain dekomposisi, pengenalan pola, abstraksi dan berpikir algoritma. Hasil penelitian menginformasikan bahwa kemampuan berpikir komputasional siswa yang mempunyai tingkat self-regulated learning tinggi dan sedang tidak memiliki perbedaan yang signifikan, karena kemampuan berpikir komputasional siswa terbatas pada tahap pengenalan pola. Adapun langkah pemecahan masalah yang diaplikasikan siswa kurang koheren karena belum dilakukan abstraksi dan berpikir algoritma dalam menyelesaikan soal PISA tersebut.

Kata Kunci: Berpikir Komputasional, Self-Regulated Learning, Change and Relationship

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M. Gunawan Supiarmo, Turmudi, & Elly Susanti. (2021). PROSES BERPIKIR KOMPUTASIONAL SISWA DALAM MENYELESAIKAN SOAL PISA KONTEN CHANGE AND RELATIONSHIP BERDASARKAN SELF-REGULATED LEARNING. Numeracy, 8(1), 58-72. https://doi.org/10.46244/numeracy.v8i1.1378
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