Pada tanggal 27 Mei 2020, Center for Research in Mathematics, Technology, and Education (CeRMaTE – mathe.id) telah menyelenggarakan Lecture Series ke 4 dengan topik Computational Thinking menyongsong PISA 2021. Berikut ini rekamannya.
Berikut ini adalah link Rekaman Webinar yang diselenggarakan oleh Microsoft Education Indonesia dan Microsoft Innovative Education Expert (MIEE) tentang Didactic Situation dalam Pembelajaran Matematika dengan Microsoft Teams Bersama Dr.rer.nat. Adi Nur Cahyono, M.Pd.
Learning Mathematical Modelling with Augmented Reality Mobile Math Trails Program: How Can It Work? Please visit: https://ejournal.unsri.ac.id/index.php/jme/article/view/10729
Kemendikbud menyatakan bahwa computational thinking sebagai salah satu kompetensi baru yang akan masuk dalam sistem pembelajaran anak Indonesia. Apa sebenarnya computational thinking itu? simak tulisan Muhammad Zuhair Zahid di Kolom detiknews (https://news.detik.com/kolom/d-4922046/computational-thinking-menyongsong-pisa-2021)
Eighteen Mathematics Teachers at the Junior High School level in the city of Semarang have participated in MathCityMap training organized by the Department of Mathematics at the Semarang State University and Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES) in collaboration with IDMI Goethe Universität Frankfurt Germany. The training began on September 4, 2019 and was held at the Mathematics Laboratory of UNNES and the environment around the UNNES campus.
Research on MathCityMap in Indonesia has been conducted by the Working group MATIS I from IDMI Goethe University Frankfurt Germany in collaboration with the Mathematics Department of Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES) since 2014. Apart from research results, MathCityMap is implemented in several regions in Indonesia both for mathematics learning activities formally in schools and for informal activities in a relaxed atmosphere.
On April 22, there was a small premiere at the University of Semarang, Indonesia. For the first time a lecture took place completely over the Internet and was transferred into several rooms. By invitation of Adi Nur Cahyono (MCM Educator for Indonesia), Joerg Zender gave a lecture on outdoor education in the field of mathematics didactics, introducing MathCityMap and its research findings. In general, the challenges of quantitative research have been addressed and, in particular, the open questions associated with research work have been discussed. After the approximately 90-minute presentation there was still room for questions. The participants were particularly interested in the possibilities to use MathCityMap in class. Most of the questions involved the process of organizing and organizing a mathtrail with MCM, as well as possible topics and response formats that could be used to translate mathematical questions.