Video Takao Seiyama
This video will give you a clear example of the Japanese Problem Solving Approach (PSA). Prof Masami Isoda sensei proposed PSA (Problem Solving Approach) which consists of four steps: (1) Problem Posing, (2) Independent Solving, (3) Comparison and Discussion and (4) Summary and Integration.
I do believe that if Indonesian mathematics teacher apply the PSA during the teaching and learning of mathematics then it can be said that the teacher apply the Scientific Approach proposed by MoEC of the Republic of Indonesia which consists of five steps: (1) observing, (2) questioning, (3) collecting data, (4) reasoning and (5) Communicating. Please observe this video and study it carefully, especially the relationship of PSA and SA.
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