Repository Universitas Pakuan

Detail Karya Ilmiah Dosen

Iyan Irdiyansyah, Agung Diah Wulandari, Leora Grahadila Andovita

Judul : Statistics Learning Improvement: The Power of Lesson Study
Abstrak :

Statistics is a subject taught in higher education, usually as part of research subject that involves the data analysis routine. One biggest obstacles faced by the students in their research subject is in processing and in interpreting the obtained data. The aim of this study was to apply “lesson study” approach enabling students to collaboratively plan, do, and reflect on their data collection and analysis routines. The study employed qualitatively approach with descriptive method. It is applied to Statistics subject class in four cycle processes consisting of ‘Plan, Do, and See’. The participants of the study were the sixth semester students of English Education Study Program. Lesson study was implemented in every cycle as a tool to enhance students’ improvement in learning statistics. The exploration of lesson plan was discussed within a team based on the findings in each cycle. As a result, the students were able to process data correctly and meaningfully. They are also able to create informative decision based on the calculated data.

Tahun : 2019 Media Publikasi : Prosiding
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 3 / 253 / 2019
ISSN/ISBN : 2352-5398
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS
Bibliography :

  1. C. Fernandez, “Learning from Japanese Approaches to Professional Development: The Case of Lesson Study,” Journal of Teacher Education Columbia University, vol. 53, no. 5, November 2002.
  2. C.  Bocala,  “From  Experience  to  Expertise:  The  Development  of Teachers’ Learning in Lesson Study,” Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 66, no. 4, pp. 349–362, June 2015.
  3. C. Lewis, R. Perry, and M. Aki, “How Should Research Contribute to Instructional Improvement? The Case of  Lesson Study,” Educational Researchervol, vol. 35, no. 3, Februari 2006.
  4. G.W. Manteiga and V. Phillipe, “Statistics for Functional Data,” Journal of Computational Statistics & Data Analysis,  vol.  51, no. 2007, pp. 4788–4792, 2006.
  5. J. Rappleye and H. Komatsu, “How to make Lesson Study work in America and worldwide: Japanese perspective on the onto-cultural basis of (teacher) education,” Journal of Research in Comparative and Interantional Education, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 398-430, November 2017.
  6. R.T.E. Oksela, I. Irdiyansyah, and A. Herawati, “Students’ Difficulties in Using Statistics Formula to Analize Reserch,” Journal of Pedagonal, vol. 2, no. 1,  pp 1-9, May 2018.