PELATIHAN BAHAN AJAR DENGAN PENDEKATAN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) UNTUK GURU MATEMATIKA DI KECAMATAN PALASAH
The problem of learning mathematics cannot be separated from the teacher's style in implementing learning. In addition to the style of the media teacher, it must also increase the ability to think critically and creatively. Efforts that can be used to improve the learning process through making teaching materials by asking for STEM. The STEM approach integrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in one learning that is carried out by the teacher. The dedication was held for two days, 4-5 February 2020. The location of the activity in SDN Weragati I, Palasah, Majalengka with elementary school participants in Palasah, Majalengka. In conclusion STEM is suitable to be used to lure students to be active in class and conduct experiments in learning to find concepts that are being learned. Through this training there was an increase in the understanding of trainees about STEM teaching materials by 32% very good, 55% good and the remaining 13% answered enough. This activity can be followed up with training for further evaluation activities after the teacher carries out the learning process with STEM in their respective schools
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