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Recent documents in Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Matematikaen-usTue, 17 Sep 2024 21:27:17 PDT3600Pengembangan Media Pembelajaran Articulate Storyline untuk Pemahaman Konsep Materi Turunan Siswa di SMA
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/7Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:20 PDT
The ability to understand mathematical concepts of students who are still relatively low requires a handling in the form of learning in accordance with student characteristics and learning material. This can be done by presenting learning media facilitated by teachers as scientific products resulting from the design and development of multimedia programs for Articulate Storyline interaction. This study aims to: (1) describe the process and produce valid and practical Articulate Storyline learning media products; (2) examine the practicality of learning implementation using Articulate Storyline learning media products (3) examine students' ability to understand mathematical concepts in derivative material that follows Articulate Storyline learning assisted learning. This research uses development methods with ADDIE procedural models: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. The study involved 32 students of grade XI Science 2 SMA Negeri 2 Konawe Selatan using test sheet instruments, questionnaires, and validation. The results of research on the development of learning media based on Articulate Storyline were obtained valid and very feasible based on the assessment of material experts with an overall average score of 92% and media experts obtained an overall average score of 89%. Assessment of the practicality of learning media obtained an average score of 82% which is included in the very practical category. The results of the practicality analysis obtained practical categories based on student and teacher responses through the implementation of learning. The test score results stated that the average comprehension ability of students with derivative concepts was 84 and was said to be very high by being taught using Articulate Storyline-based learning media
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La Ode Ahmad Jazuli et al.Efektivitas Pendekatan Problem Based Learning Dan Problem Solving Terhadap Kemampuan Berpikir Kritis Dan Kemandirian Belajar Matematika Siswa Kelas VIII SMP N 1 Gantiwarno
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/5Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:19 PDT
Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui keefektifan pendekatan problem based learning (PBL) dan problem solving (PS) ditinjau dari kemampuan berpikir kritis dan kemandirian belajar siswa. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian eksperimen semu dengan desain penelitian Nonequivalent Pretest-Posttest Group Design. Populasi dalam penelitian ini siswa kelas VIII SMP Negeri 1 Gantiwarno dan sampel penelitian kelas VIIIC dan VIIID. Instrumen pengumpulan data menggunakan tes kemampuan berpikir kritis, angket kemandirian belajar siswa, dan lembar observasi keterlaksanaan pembelajaran. Validitas isi dilakukan dengan v aiken diperoleh nilai v hitung pretest sebesar 0,97 dan v hitung posttest sebesar 0,99 lebih besar dari v tabel. Estimasi reliabilitas dengan alpha croncbach diperoleh hasil estimasi nilai reliabitas pretest sebesar 0,861, posttest sebesar 0,832, dan angket sebesar 0,90. Hasil reliabilitas alpha croncbach ini > 0,70 maka reliabilitas terpenuhi. Hasil penelitian dan analisis data diperoleh bahwa pendekatan PBL lebih efektif dibandingkan pendekatan PS dalam meningkatkan kemampuan berpikir kritis dan kemandirian belajar siswa SMP.
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Endar Chrisdiyanto et al.Kemampuan Numerasi dan Growth Mindset Siswa SMP dan Madrasah Tsanawiyah di Kabupaten Purworejo
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/6Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:19 PDT
Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian survei yang bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan kemampuan numerasi dan tingkat growth mindset siswa SMP dan Madrasah Tsanawiyah di Kabupaten Purworejo. Penelitian dilakukan pada enam sekolah dengan total sampel sebanyak 171 siswa kelas VIII dari tiga SMP dan tiga Madrasah Tsanawiyah di Kabupaten Purworejo. Data dianalisis menggunakan estimasi parameter untuk melihat kemampuan numerasi dan tingkat growth mindset populasi serta uji korelasi untuk melihat hubungan kemampuan numerasi dan tingkat growth mindset siswa. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa secara umum rata-rata skor kemampuan numerasi siswa berada dalam kategori perlu intervensi khusus dan tingkat growth mindset siswa berada dalam kategori sedang. Berdasarkan uji korelasi didapatkan hubungan antara kemampuan numerasi dan growth mindset siswa yang signifikan namun rendah.
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Ariyadi WijayaTechnological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) Profile of Mathematics Prospective Teachers in the Micro Teaching Course from the Perspective of Teaching Style
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/3Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:18 PDT
The objective of this research is to ascertain the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) profile of prospective mathematics teachers in the microteaching course, as well as to explore the interrelation between teaching styles and TPACK. The research methodology employed in this study adopts a quantitative approach, specifically utilizing a survey research design. The target population for this investigation comprises prospective mathematics teacher students enrolled at Mathla'ul Anwar University in Banten, Indonesia. The sample for this study comprises students in their sixth semester of the Mathematics Education program who are currently enrolled in the microteaching course. The inclusion criteria for the sample require that these students have successfully completed coursework in foundational technology use, pedagogical principles, and both basic and advanced mathematics subjects. The research findings indicate that the majority of students exhibit a high level of Technological Content Knowledge (TCK) and Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK), with percentages of 50% and 81.25% respectively. On the other hand, the majority of students demonstrate a moderate level of Pedagogical Knowledge (PK) and Technological Pedagogical Knowledge (TPK), with percentages of 56.25% and 31.25% respectively. Moreover, a significant portion of students show a low level of Technological Knowledge (TK) at 31.25%, Content Knowledge (CK) at 37.5%, and Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) at 37.5%. The teaching style of prospective mathematics teachers tends to lean towards technological teaching and personalized teaching styles, wherein students utilize technology in the learning process and adapt teaching materials to match the readiness level of the students.
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Nenden Suciyati SartikaA Comparative Analysis of Mathematical Problem Solving Proficiency among Students with Musical Intelligence and Students with Kinesthetic Intelligence at MAN 2 Palu City
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/4Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:18 PDT
The purpose of this study was to obtain a description of the results of the analysis of mathematical problem solving for students with musical intelligence and students with kinesthetic intelligence at MAN 2 Palu City. This type of research is qualitative research. The research subjects were one student with musical intelligence and one student with kinesthetic intelligence. The results of this study indicate: Students with musical intelligence have low problem-solving abilities. It can be seen from the students' ability to solve the given mathematical problems, that is, students are less thorough in obtaining information about what is known and asked, students are not able to express a plan to explain the problem solving plan they want to do. students do not write down the complete solution, students do the calculation again only in the final step. Meanwhile, students who have kinesthetic intelligence have good problem-solving skills. It can be seen from the students' ability to solve the given mathematical problems, namely students are able to express what is known and asked in the questions using their own language. students cannot express the steps to be taken in solving the problem, students write down in full what is known and asked in full, students re-examine the results of their work by looking at and recalculating the answers that have been obtained.
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Dasa Ismaimuza IsmaimuzaThe Effect Of The Missouri Mathematics Project Learning Model Assisted By Geogebra On Student's Mathematical Communication Ability
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/1Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:17 PDTThe purpose of this research was to determine the effect of Missouri Mathematics Project (MMP) learning model assisted by GeoGebra on student's abilities in mathematical communication. This research categorized as quantitative of experimental type with Quasy Experimental Design research design. This research population is all grade X MIPA students of SMAN 11 South Tangerang. The purposive sampling technique was used. Among the population, a sample of 38 students was selected for a class of experiments and 34 students for a class of controls. The method of data collection applied was a descriptive test. This research used a mathematical communication ability test on the material of the system of three-variable linear equations. Further, t'-test used to analyze the data. The finding of this research showed that MMP learning model assisted by GeoGebra influenced mathematical communication of students with moderate category.
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Ilham Kurniawan et al.Students' Mathematical Critical Thinking through Conceptual Change Approach
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss2/2Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:17 PDTCritical thinking ability is one of the higher order thinking skills. Students who have high critical thinking skills are expected to have the ability to analyze problems properly and precisely. The purpose of this study was to find out the differences in students' mathematical critical thinking skills who received learning using the conceptual change approach and those who received conventional learning, namely the scientific approach. This research was conducted at a junior high school in Tangerang Selatan City, Banten province. The research method used is a quasi-experimental research design with a posttest only control design. The research sample consisted of 70 students consisting of 37 students in the experimental group and 33 students in the control group using cluster random sampling technique. The results of this study indicate that students' mathematical critical thinking skills who learned with a conceptual change approach are higher than students who learned with a scientific approach. The critical thinking skills of students who get learning with the conceptual change approach on indicators of analyzing arguments are 72.64%, on indicators making conclusions is 67.23%, evaluating is 84.46%, and solving problems is 61.85%
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Fitria Maghfiroh et al.Students' difficulties: mathematical creative thinking skill questions based on habits of mind.
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss1/4Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:13 PDT
This study aims to describe: 1) the types of difficulties experienced by students in solving math problems based on mathematical creative thinking ability and students' habits of mind in solving math problems based on mathematical creative thinking ability. This research includes survey research with quantitative and qualitative approaches. The research subjects were 519 students of state junior high schools and state Islamic junior high schools in Kampar Regency who came from ten schools with high, medium, and low categories of accreditation. The sample in this study was determined by the stratified proportional random sampling technique. The instrument used was a diagnostic test consisting of four math questions based on mathematical creative thinking skills and a student habits of mind questionnaire consisting of 40 statements referring to 16 habits of mind indicators. Students who get a diagnostic test score less than the Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM) set by each school or who get the highest difficulty score are categorized as students who have difficulty solving math problems. The types of difficulties analyzed in this study refer to Newman's types of difficulties which include difficulties in understanding problems, transforming problems, mathematical processes, and difficulties in encoding. Interviews were conducted with students who had difficulty clarifying the type and location of the difficulties experienced by students. The results of the study showed that; the types of students' difficulties as a whole, 35.26% have the difficulties in understanding the problems, 53.76% in transforming problems, for 54.38% in the mathematical process, and 54.82% in determining the final answer and judging from the habits of mind, the very high category is 38.42%, the high category by 44.91%, the medium category by 50.74%, the low category by 53.06%, and the very low category by 52.45%
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Rira Jun Fineldi et al.Project-Based Learning in Mathematics Education: A Bibliometric Study on 2014-2023 Scopus Database
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss1/5Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:13 PDT
Project-based learning (PjBL) is ommited by the curricula of various countries. For the future development, the extent of research related to project-based learning needs to be mapped. This research aims to conduct a bibliometric analysis of research published in Scopus-indexed journals worldwide over the last ten years. This research is a literature review with a mapping type. 802 articles were collected from the Scopus database in 2014-2023. The R package and VOSViewer tools are used to perform bibliometric analysis. The results are then analyzed, which includes the distribution per year, subject area, affiliation, country or region, citations, main information, treemap, authorship, most cited documents, relationships between years, dendrogram, collaboration between authors, collaboration between countries and continents, as well as the relationship between keywords in the article. The number of research documents on PjBL increased significantly from 2014 to 2022. More than 50% of these documents came from the field of social sciences. Malang State University in Indonesia is the university that publishes the most articles about PjBL, while the United States is the country that publishes the most publications about PjBL, followed by Indonesia. Although the United States has the most documents, it is ranked second most cited, with Spain in the first place. The most cited document is a literature review on PjBL by Kokotsaki et al. in 2016. The United States, China, Australia, France, and the United Kingdom often collaborate between countries and continents. The most frequently used keywords by authors are PBL, higher education, and problem-based learning.
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Mathilda Susanti et al.Didactical Design of Algebraic Expression from a Linear Pattern with a Realistic Mathematics Education Approach
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss1/2Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:12 PDT
The design of didactic mathematics learning is designed by taking into account the learning barriers of students. This study aims to obtain a didactic design for learning algebraic expression from a linear pattern to reduce student learning barriers through the application of Realistic Mathematics Education (RME). The type of this research is design research with three stages, namely the plan, do, and see. The research data was in the form of qualitative data with the research instruments used were Hypotetical Learning Trajectory (HLT) on algebraic forms of linear patterns, LKPD, pretest and posttest, observation sheets, teacher interview sheets, and student interview sheets which were then analyzed retrospectively. This research constructs a didactic design in the form of a learning trajectory divided into nine stages and packaged in four activities. The applied didactic design opens the thinking process for students to find the meaning of variables and algebraic forms of the mathematical activities themselves. This didactical design is proven to reduce students' learning obstacles.
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Nur Fitriani et al.Teaching Materials for Algebra and Linear Programs Based on Pancasila Student Profiles
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss1/3Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:12 PDT
The aims of this study were: 1) to develop textbooks based on Pancasila student profiles for Algebra and Linear Programming courses; and 2) developing instruments to measure the achievement of the dimensions of the Pancasila student profile. The quality of the products developed is assessed based on: 1) validity aspects, 2) practical aspects, and 3) effectiveness aspects of students' mathematical creative and critical thinking abilities. The research method used is the ADDIE Research and Development (R & D) model. The research subjects were 19 students in the first semester of the Mathematics Education Study Program. The instruments used to obtain the quality of the textbooks developed were: 1) textbook assessment sheets to measure validity, 2) response questionnaires and observation sheets to measure practicality, 3) critical thinking skills and mathematical creative questions to measure effectiveness. The validity quality of textbooks fulfilling the valid criteria is shown by the average score of 3.53 out of a maximum score of 4 which means that it is very valid for practicality quality to get an average score of 3.32 out of a maximum score of 4 which means practical, quality of effectiveness in terms of critical thinking skills and creative mathematical students who meet the affective criteria are shown, namely 58% which means sufficient and the average score for critical and creative thinking skills is 67.27 which means quite effective. Textbooks and RPS are suitable for use in lectures
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Nila Kesumawati et al.Ethnomathematics Exploration on Purun Crafts of Pulau Geronggang for Middle School Mathematics Learning
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol10/iss1/1Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:11 PDT
Mathematical concepts occationally arise naturally through the culture of certain communities, through the knowledge and views of tribes or community groups or certain individuals without going through a formal education. Mathematics with cultural nuances (ethnomathematics) would make a very significant contribution to learning mathematics. The aims of this research are 1) To find out what the mathematical concepts are in the Purun handicrafts of Geronggang Island, 2) To find out what the philosophical values are in the Purun handicrafts of Geronggang Island. 3) To find out how the implementation of junior high school mathematics learning with the ethnomathematical context in Purun Craft of Geronggang Island. The instrument of this study is human instrument in which the researcher was directly involved in the research and acted as the data collector. The data were collected through library data collection, interviews, observation and documentation. The data analysis technique was carried out through data reduction, presentation, analysis and data exposure.
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Adi Saputro et al.How do mathematics teachers design tasks to assess students' creative thinking ability?
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/8Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:07 PDT
This study aims to describe teachers' understanding of designing mathematical tasks to assess students' creative thinking abilities. The descriptive study involved 23 mathematics teachers in a city in East Java, Indonesia. The research Instrument is a task that reveals teachers' understanding of the notion of creative thinking, mathematics' problem of assessing students' creative thinking, some criteria to assess students' creative thinking, and examples of questions designed by the teacher. Data were analyzed descriptive-quantitatively and qualitatively with an iterative method consisting of data condensation, data display, and data verification. The study results indicate that teachers' understanding of creative thinking is still lacking, how to assess, and assessment criteria, their abilities still need to be improved
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Pradnyo Wijayanti et al.The ability of Junior High School mathematics teachers writing Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) questions
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/9Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:07 PDT
This study is a survey research with a cross sectional survey design, which aims to describe the ability of junior high school mathematics teachers in writing HOTS items. The population of this study was junior high school mathematics teachers in Sleman Regency, while the sample was 21 teachers determined by non-stratified random sampling. The sample teachers came from 11 schools totaling 21 teachers. Each teacher created three HOTS items along with their grids. The question items made by the sample teachers were descriptive questions. The question items that had been prepared were then reviewed by two mathematics teachers from leading junior high schools in Yogyakarta. The next stage after validation is the trial. The number of respondents used was 263 students for testing teacher-made questions, namely 127 students in class VIII and 136 students in class VII. The results showed that the quality of the questions produced by the teacher based on the reliability estimation results obtained an estimate of 0.635 for class VII and 0.416 for class VIII. Likewise, the resulting differentiating power is less than 50% of the questions made by teachers who have differentiating power in the good, good, and very good categories. Factors that cause this include the lack of experience of teachers in writing HOTS questions. This is a special note to familiarize teachers with using HOTS questions in daily tests, UTS, and UAS proportionally so that the experience and ability of teachers to write HOTS questions increases.
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Syukrul Hamdi et al.Problem-based learning and case-based learning: which is more effective for fostering mathematical connection?
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/7Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:06 PDT
Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Case-Based Learning (CBL) are two typical learning approaches that involve problem-solving activities, likely to encourage students' mathematical connection abilities. This study aimed to describe the differences in mathematical connection ability between students studying with the PBL and those who used the CBL approach. A quasi-experiment with a pretest-post-test non-equivalent group design was conducted for the purpose. The data collection method was non-routine problems about mathematical connections. The data was analyzed using inferential statistics. Paired sample t-tests adopted were to examine the difference between pretest and post-test data in each experimental class, and independent sample t-tests were to verify the difference in the effectiveness of the two learning approaches. The results showed that the PBL and CBL approach enhanced mathematical connection ability. However, there was no significant difference in the mathematical connection ability between students who studied with the PBL and CBL approaches. The results, furthermore, suggest teachers construct appropriate learning to foster mathematical connection ability.
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Erlinda Rahma Dewi et al.An exploration of ethnomathematics at Sewu Temple in Yogyakarta
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/5Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:05 PDT
This study explores the elements of mathematics (geometry and arithmetic) in Sewu Temple. As the research is qualitatively discussed, ethnographic design is appropriately implemented with observation, interviews, and documentation for collecting data. The data analysis technique shares four steps; collecting, reducing, presenting, and drawing a conclusion"”the validity of the data using triangulation techniques. The results of this study indicate that there are mathematical elements in the shape of the building and the reliefs of Sewu Temple; flat shapes, spatial shapes, geometric transformations, and arithmetic sequences. The existing flat forms include; squares, rectangles, isosceles trapezoids, right trapezoids, circles, triangles, and octagons. Furthermore, blocks, tubes, and rectangular pyramids are included in existing shapes. The geometric transformations are in the form of reflection (mirror), translation (shift), and dilation (multiplication). The results of the ethnomathematical exploration at Sewu Temple can be used as instructional teaching for mathematics in schools, especially in geometry, geometric transformations, and arithmetic sequences.
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Dina Sulistyowati et al.Development of learning tools based on realistic mathematics approach that oriented to high school students' mathematical generalization ability
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/6Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:05 PDT
Generalization ability need to be encouraged in learning mathematics, students with generalization abilities can expand and transfer knowledge to practical knowledge. This research aims to develop learning material based on realistic mathematisc approach that oriented to generalization ability. The learning materials'developed is lesson plans and student worksheets. This is research and development with an ADDIE model. The instruments used in this study were the evaluation sheets, response questionnaire for teachers and students and tests of mathematical generalization ability. The data analysis technique used was descriptive qualitative and quantitative. The design of the learning materials focuses on aspects of the mathematical generalization ability of high school students by presenting real problems. Student activities are designed to solve real issues related to pattern analysis, focus on student contributions to find conjectures, and design interactions so students can proceed to the abstraction stage using concept linkages. So students can make conclusions regarding the given concept in response to such issues. The results show that the validity qualifications of lesson plans and student worksheets are good and very good, the practical qulifications are very good. The learning materials comply with effective based on completeness tests of generalization ability of 82.26 with good qualifications
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Silfia Hayuningrat et al.The influence of environment and mathematical learning styles on students' GPA through independent learning as an intervening variable
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/3Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:04 PDT
This study aims to analyze the effect directly or indirectly between learning styles and the learning environment through independent learning on students' cumulative grade point average in the Mathematics Education Study Program, FKIP Undana. The type of research is quantitative research, with the research population being all active students in the Mathematics Education Study Program. The sample taken was 95 people. The samples were based on the Slovin formula with an error of 5%. Data was collected through questionnaires regarding the learning environment, learning styles, learning independence, and GPA. The data collected was then analyzed by path analysis. From the results of the data analysis, it was concluded that 1) there is a significant direct effect between learning styles on student learning independence; 2) there is a significant direct effect between the learning environment on student learning independence; 3) there is no significant direct effect between learning styles on students' GPA; 4) there is a significant direct effect between the learning environment on the student's GPA; 5) there is a significant direct effect between learning independence on the student GPA; 6) there is a significant direct effect between learning styles through independent learning on the student's GPA; 7) there is a significant direct effect between the learning environment through independent learning on the student's GPA. Overall, it can be concluded that there is a significant influence between the environment and learning styles through independent learning on student GPA.
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Christine Krisnandari Ekowati et al.MU-math: educational game to improve students' mathematical reasoning
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/4Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:04 PDT
Learning media are tools utilized to support the interaction of students with educators and learning resources in the implementation of the teaching and learning process. This development research uses the Thiagarajan or 4-D model with four stages: defining, designing, developing, and disseminating. The subjects of this research were grade VIII students of SMP Negeri 1 Umbulsari. The analytical method is validity analysis based upon validation by two lecturers of the Mathematics Education Study Program, FKIP University of Jember, and one mathematics teacher from SMP Negeri 1 Umbulsari. Practicality analysis was based on user response questionnaires and interviews, and effectiveness analysis using pretest/pretest and final test/posttest. This study uses the educational Game Mu Math on numbering pattern material to improve students' mathematical reasoning with the help of Unity software. MU Math Game is a PC (Personal Computer) based Game developed using Unity Engine Software and Lego Assets Tools. The MU Math game is an Adventure Open world type where players can explore through the maps provided. There are two levels and one mathematical reasoning to test students' mathematical reasoning abilities.
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M Daenasty Caezar Zahra et al.Meta-Analysis: The Effect of Discovery Learning Models on Students' Mathematical Ability
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https://scholarhub.uny.ac.id/jrpm/vol9/iss2/2Wed, 17 Apr 2024 13:38:03 PDT
This research aims to determine the magnitude of the influence of the discovery learning model on students' mathematical abilities. These included problem-solving skills, critical thinking, understanding, and mathematical reasoning. This study employs a quantitative approach with a Meta-Analysis method. Data collected was from experimental research connected to the application of discovery learning models to the mathematical abilities of elementary, junior high school, and high school students in papers indexed from 2012 to 2021. From the search and study selection results, 48 articles were obtained. The findings found an annual increase in the number of publications, most of which were on mathematical reasoning abilities. Researchers also conducted more research at the junior high school education level, with a sample size of more than 30. Meanwhile, when viewed from the demographic aspect, this study is more located on the island of Java. The application of the discovery learning model to students' mathematical abilities has an overall effect size of 0.815 with the high effect category.
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Khairunnisa Khairunnisa et al.