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Yunfeng Chen
Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Volume 2022, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/3278401

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“Mathematics Curriculum Standard for Ordinary Senior High School” points out that mathematical modelling literacy is the literacy of abstracting real problems mathematically, expressing problems with mathematical language, and building models with mathematical methods to solve problems. It assesses the amount to which students who are about to finish compulsory schooling have the knowledge and aptitude to deal with future life issues, based on the notion of lifelong learning. The usage of a local integrated development environment requires a number of complex processes, including installation and setup, as well as the procurement of necessary hardware. In reality, in order to nurture students, the core literacy of mathematics is to completely execute quality education, further identify the training and development direction of talents, and infiltrate the core literacy material into junior high school mathematics classroom instruction. For such a large-scale international education measurement project, the research and development of test questions is very important. Therefore, detailed technical consideration has been carried out and test volumes have been designed that are relatively suitable for different countries. The test questions are closely related to life, while there are few questions related to real situational problems in the test, which are mathematically processed first. Due to the international background of evaluation, it is a great challenge for researchers to realize the localization of evaluation on the basis of adapting to the domestic situation. At the same time, there is no scientific and perfect mathematical modelling literacy evaluation system in China’s basic education research. How can middle school front-line teachers better evaluate students’ mathematical modelling literacy? As a result, it is critical to develop a scientific and quantitative mathematical literacy measurement model that will aid in the teaching and research of mathematical modelling by middle school front-line teachers, as well as contributing theoretically to the evaluation and research of mathematical modelling literacy in China. Therefore, based on mathematics literacy evaluation, this paper studies the hierarchy of the IoT and the measurement and evaluation model of mathematics literacy based on the IoT, as well as its enlightenment to the compilation of mathematics academic test questions in China.
Hanifah Nurus Sopiany, Turmudi, Dadang Juandi, Rika Mulyati Mustika Sari
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 2279; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/2279/1/012001

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This is a further research from the previous study which describes the situation of how the school literacy movement activities at the habituation stage were implemented which was carried out by the researchers in early 2020. This research is a situation analysis on the implementation of school literacy movement activities at the development stage which becomes a part of Indonesian government program in Strengthening Character Education. The growth and development of students’ mathematical literacy is one of the final objectives of the series researches being conducted. Teachers in secondary schools around North Cimahi region were involved as research subject in this study. The data of this research were collected through questionnaires and interviews. The results presented are divided into two parts, namely: the result of general literacy development and the result of mathematical literacy development.
M Sakinah, B Avip P
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1882; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1882/1/012075

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This study aims to determine students’ mathematical literacy skills based on their learning styles. This descriptive research used a learning style questionnaire, a students’ mathematical literacy test to determine students’ mathematical skills, and interviews to complement the data. The data analysis included analyzing the learning style and mathematical literacy tests with data validity using the triangulation method. This study revealed several results: 1) The mathematical literacy skills of students with visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles were still deficient, where only 14% of students answering the mathematical literacy questions correctly; 2) The mathematical literacy skills of students with a kinesthetic learning style were better than students’ with visual and auditory learning styles; 3) Students with a visual learning style had been able to formulate the given mathematical problems, while the use of mathematical concepts and interpreting mathematical problems were still lacking; 4) Students with an auditory learning style had the lowest skills in formulating mathematical problems so that they mistakenly used basic mathematical concepts; and 5) Students with a kinesthetic learning style were able to formulate and use mathematical concepts properly and correctly despite still lack of interpreting mathematical problems.
K A Fitri, Al Jupri
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1806; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1806/1/012079

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The ability of Indonesia student is still low in solving space and shape problem. It shows that the student gets the difficulties in solving the connection cluster of Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) particularly in space and shape content. In this study, we carried out a small-case study on analysing student error in solving space and shape problem in connection cluster problem using Newman’s Error Procedure (NEP). We conducted this study for 53 students from two schools. There were three steps in carrying out this study; selecting PISA problem, answering the problem, and interview. Three problems were selected and translated to Indonesia. The students answered the problems for 15 minutes. Then the interview was conducted to clarify the student answer related to the error. It was done only for 4 students who got the difficulties and error in solving the problem. In this research, we found that most of student error was occurred in comprehension and transformation process. Therefore, only a few of students did error for process skill and encode the problem. For future study, we suggest to continue the research about the student conceptual understanding in mathematics.
S A A Kharis, E Salsabila, L D Haeruman
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1747; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1747/1/012042

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This study aims to obtain information about the effect of mathematical concept understanding and mathematical reasoning on mathematical literacy abilities. The problems in this study include: 1) Is there an effect of mathematical concept understanding to the ability of mathematical literacy 2) Is there an effect of mathematical reasoning on mathematical literacy abilities and 3) Is there an effect of the ability to understand concepts and mathematical reasoning on mathematical literacy abilities. This research uses a quantitative approach with survey methods and correlational techniques. The variables in this study: the dependent variable is the ability of mathematical literacy (Y) and the independent variables are mathematical concept understanding (X1) and mathematical reasoning (X2). The population are all students of the Mathematics Department with sample of 51 students taken using the Simple Random Sampling method. The data obtained were analyzed including descriptive analysis and inferential analysis using SPSS software. Inferential analysis using multiple regression analysis after going through the process of checking the prerequisites/assumptions of the analysis that must be met. From the research, there is an effect of the ability to understand mathematical concepts and mathematical reasoning together on the mathematical literacy of students in the amount of 35.3%.
S Shaumiwaty, M A Lubis, T Lubis, Dardanila, A Purba, T Nasution, Ramlan, S Hasrul
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1663; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1663/1/012066

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The teaching technique is essential to reach students’ literacy goals in learning. This study discussed the teachers’ role in teaching math toward the students’ mathematical literacy in teaching linear program mathematical models. The focus of research is to determine patterns of teachers’ performance in teaching math in the classroom. The ethnography method was applied in this study. Besides, to find out the pattern of the teachers’ performance, the anthropolinguistic approach was used. The pattern of performance is essential data that can describe the phenomena of speaking activities related to mathematical literacy. With the discovery of the teachers’ performance, it can be seen how to apply the teaching model in the next effective teaching and learning process. Research data were video recordings, in-depth interviews, and participatory observation. The results showed that the performance of math teachers in learning mathematics was teaching and examining. They were represented through statement and command language function dominantly instead of question and offer. Statements were encoded with declarative sentences, and command encoded in imperative sentences. Consequently, it affected the low level of student math literacy due to strict learning performance and lack of education part as one of literacy students’ requirements.
, R Yuliardi, A F Luthfi
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1567; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1567/3/032011

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This research is motivated by the very importance of integrating technological innovation in learning. This research aims to develop interactive learning based on Adobe Flash CS6 in order to improve students’ mathematical reasoning abilities. The method used in this study is the Research and Development (R&D) method with steps (1) self-evaluation, (2) prototyping (expert judgment review, one-to-one, and small group), and (3) fieldtest. The population in this study was grade VII students of SMPN 2 Luragung and SMPN 1 Maleber, Kuningan District, West Java. Samples were selected through a purposed random sampling technique. The experimental class was taught using adobe Flash-based interactive learning media, while the control class was taught using classical learning. Data obtained by using the pre-test and post-test to get data on the results of increasing students’ mathematical reasoning abilities. Based on the results of data analysis, it is obtained: The development of adobe flash-based mathematics learning media has fulfilled the effective and valid criteria as suitable learning media applied in improving students’ mathematical reasoning abilities. Based on field tests there is a significant increase in the average between students who use Adobe Flash media and those who do not use. In other word Adobe Flash based learning media can effectively improve students’ reasoning abilities in geometrical concepts.
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