Konsekuensi Tanggung Jawab dalam Pembelajaran Matematika SMA

Sabar Narimo, Desi Dwi Hastuti, Anam Sutopo

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan konsekuensi tanggung jawab
siswa dalam pembelajaran matematika di SMA. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian
kualitatif dengan desain etnografi. Teknik pengumpulan data menggunakan wawancara, observasi, dan dokumentasi. Teknik analisis data menggunakan analisis model interaktif. Hasil penelitian ini: 1) siswa dapat membantu dirinya sendiri yaitu tidak pantang menyerah dalam mengerjakan tugas yang banyak dan sulit. Siswa yang sudah melengkapi tugas dipastikan mempunyai nilai yang baik di raport sehingga akan membantu dirinya mendaftar di Perguruan Tinggi Negeri lewat jalur SNMPTN. Catatan siswa yang rapi  membantu dirinya sendiri dalam belajar baik itu mengulang materi atau mengerjakan  tugas. 2) siswa efisien membantu orang lain yaitu mengerjakan tugas sendiri tanpa bantuan orang lain. Artinya jika siswa tidak mengganggu temannya maka temannya bisa mengerjakan atau belajar tanpa ada yang mengganggu sehingga dapat meningkatkan prestasinya. 3) siswa dapat dipercaya mengerjakan tugas dan amanah yang dibebankan dengan baik. Dalam catatan guru Bimbingan Konseling ada siswa yang merasa tidak dapat dipercaya sehingga perlu penanganan khusus sampai dipanggilkan psikiater. Dengan bantuan guru BK, Wakasek Kesiswaan, dan Wali Kelas masalah tersebut bisa teratasi. Siswa yang beri amanah sebagai ketua kelas atau ketua organisasi harus dapat  melaksanakan tugasnya dengan tanggung jawab agar dapat dipercaya.

Keywords

konsekuensi; tanggung jawab; pembelajaran; matematika

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