STUDENTS’ GEOMETRIC THINKING BASED ON VAN HIELE’S THEORY

Harina Fitriyani
sri adi widodo
Aan Hendroanto

Abstract


The current study aims to identify the development level of students’ geometric thinking in mathematics education department, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan based on van Hiele’s theory. This is a descriptive qualitative research using a test consisting of 25 multiple choice questions. The data is analyzed by using Milles and Huberman model. The result shows that there were 30,65% of students in pre-visualization level, 21,51% of students in visualizes level, and 29,03% of students in analyze level, 16,67% of students in informal deduction level, 2,15% of students in deduction level, and 0,00% of student in rigor level. Furthermore, findings indicated a transition level among development levels of geometric thinking in pre-analyze, pre-informal deduction, pre-deduction, and pre-rigor that were 20%; 13,44%; 6,45%; 1,08% respectively. The other findings were 40,32% of students were difficult to determine and 4,3% of students cannot be identified.

 


Keywords


Thinking level, geometric thinking development, van Hiele Theory

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22460/infinity.v7i1.pXXX-XXX

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