Observation Report 3#: An example of Usuall Teaching and Learning Process of Great Common Divisor (GCD) and Least Common Multiplication (LCM) Which is Often Done in Grade 5

This report is one of my class observation reports. In this occasion, i would to share how teaching and learning process about LCM and GCD often happen/be done in Grade 5 Indonesia. There are some problem occured in class, students face difficulties in several section like number opperation, multiplication etc. I hope through this report, teacher or educators will know and be more aware with problems that maybe occur in the teaching and learning process, especially in learning GCD and LCM.

CLASS OBSERVATION: Teaching and Learning Process of Great Common Divisor (GCD) and Least Common Multiplication (LCM) in Elementary School Grade 5

Evangelista Lus Windyana Palupi

International Master Program on Mathematics Education (IMPoME 2011)

e-mail : evangelista.palupi@yahoo.com

1. Introduction

Our interest in mathematics especially in how it is delivered leads us (My friend Elika Kurniadi and I) as researcher and observer to do mathematics class observation. After doing observation in Grade 1, now as there is an opportunity, it’s our turn to observe mathematics teaching and learning process in Grade 5. The topic at that time is about great common divisor (GCD) and least common multiplication (LCM).

In this observation report, observers will start out by briefly describing about teaching and learning process included its relation to RME theory. Then we move on to the Findings related to students’ thinking, and problems occur in the class. But before that, we will describe the details of how this observation was done in the observation activity.

Read more/download: laporan observasi 3 SD -FPB dan KPK kelas 5E english version-evangelista

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