Ethnomathematics Exploration in Panataran Temple and Its Implementation in Learning
Published: 31 July 2020
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education , Volume 3, pp 196-209; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6718
Abstract: This research was a qualitative research with an ethnographic approach. Data obtained through observation, interview, literacy study, and documentation with Triangulation Method as data validity. This research examined the mathematical concepts of cultural elements, especially in the building of Bale Agung, Pendhopo Teras, Angkatahun Temple, Naga Temple, Induk Temple and Palah Inscription. The cultural elements studied were also in the form of technology systems used, religion, arts, language and social organization. Based on the results of the study, it was found that there were mathematical concepts that were applied to these cultural buildings, these concepts were in the form of Cuboid and Quadrilateral Prism, Numbers and Number Symbols, Geometry Transformation (Translation and Reflection), and Probability. The building at Candi Panataran can be an object of learning in school for all levels (Primary and Secondary school).
Keywords: learning / form / building / temple / Mathematical Concepts / Cultural Elements / Panataran
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