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Ryky Mandar Sary, Ristiana Ristiana
Published: 14 August 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 143-150; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i2.66

Abstract:Mathematics learning is a teaching and learning process that is built by teachers to develop students’s thinking creativity in constructing the procedural knowledge for mathematics. The research aims to determine the increase in students' procedural knowledge of the implementation of Gasing mathematical methods on around and the wide flatness, the subject matter of fourth grade students. This study used quantitative research. The study took a sample of a class of 39 students of SDN Plamongansari 01 Semarang. This type of research uses pre-experiment design with the pretest-posttest one group research design. The data obtained were analyzed statistically using the t-test. The test results show that Ho is rejected at the 5% confidence level, or there is a difference between student scores on pre-test and post-test. It means that the implementation of the mathematical method can improve the procedural knowledge of fourth grade of Elementary School students on the subject matter of circumference and area of planes.
Georgina Maria Tinungki
Published: 13 August 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 129-142; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i2.69

Abstract:Development of Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) a learner needs guidance, help from adults or peers with a higher skill set in order of achieve a higher level of development. The level of knowledge or gradual knowledge is called by Vygotsky as scaffolding. Scaffolding means giving learners helps during the early stages of learning, then reducing the quantity of help and giving the learner opportunity to immediately take on the greater responsibility, after being able to do tasks on their own. One in the statistics Lesson program is Statistical Method, which requires high-level thinking since the students are hoped to be able to analyze statistics inference. In this case, students need help during the learning process in order to understand the concept of Statistical Method material optimally. The help could be in the form of guidance, encouragement, outlining problems into other forms that enable students to be independent. By implementing the ZPD process in the form of scaffolding stage, students are able to understand concepts of Statistical Method material optimally.
Nurmala R, Alfian Mucti
Published: 13 August 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 117-128; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i2.67

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the use of student activity sheet (SAS) based on Higher Level Thinking Skills (HOTS) on learning outcomes of mathematics student. This research is a quantitative, quasi-experimental method using the nonequivalent control group research design. Data collection uses documentation and tests to measure learning outcomes. The data obtained were analyzed statistically using descriptive analysis and inferential analysis. Descriptive analysis includes the mean value and standard deviation. The inferential analysis used in this study is one sample t-test and independent sample t-test. Based on the results of the analysis with a significance level of 5%, it can be concluded that the use of SAS based on Higher Level Thinking Skills (HOTS) is effective on student learning outcomes.
Kristina Warniasih, Ririn Meila Kurniawati, Niken Wahyu Utami
Published: 8 August 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 103-116; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i2.68

Abstract:The research aims to know student’s mathematics critical thinking ability at the inquiry learning process of P flat side geometry of cube and cuboid class VIII B SMP Negeri 1 Sentolo. This kind of research is qualitative research. The research subject was six students of class VIII B SMP Negeri 1 Sentolo, that consist of two students of high class, two students of the middle class, and two students of low class. The collected data was in the form of written and oral. The written data was obtained from the test, and the oral data was obtained from the interview. Mathematic critical thinking ability was measured based on Ennis’ indicator. The research result showed that after student followed the learning process with guided inquiry learning method, high-class students can build the entire indicator of mathematic critical thinking ability correctly and completely, middle-class students can built the entire indicator of mathematic critical thinking ability correctly but there were little problems at the indicator 1, 2, 3 and 4, whereas low-class students can build the entire indicator of mathematic critical thinking ability correctly but there were little problems at the indicator 2 and 3. Besides, they less in indicator 1 and 4.
Frank Rogers
Published: 8 August 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 77-84; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i2.81

Abstract:Educational data mining is the process of converting raw data from educational systems to useful information that can be used by educational software developers, students, teachers, parents, and other educational researchers. Fuzzy educational datasets are datasets consisting of uncertain values. The purpose of this study is to develop and test a classification model under uncertainty unique to the modern student. This is done by developing a model of the uncertain data that come from an educational setting with Linear Fuzzy Real data. Machine learning was then used to understand students and their optimal learning environment. The ability to predict student performance is important in a web or online environment. This is true in the brick and mortar classroom as well and is especially important in rural areas where academic achievement is lower than ideal.
Danty Rahmasantika, Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana
Published: 8 August 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 85-102; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i2.65

Abstract:This study aims to support students' understanding of learning comparative material and determine student learning outcomes incomparable learning through LAS-based guided inquiry learning models. This study uses a research design research method, which was carried out in class VII B SMP N 1 Berbah Sleman. The research instruments used were recording devices, written test sheets, field notes sheets, and questionnaire sheets. The results showed that at the 1st and 2nd meetings, students were seen to be still adapting to the learning design applied. At the next meeting, students can participate in learning activities better. Also, student learning outcomes indicate that the average value obtained by students is 71.57 with Minimum Completeness Criteria (KKM) for a comparison of 70.
Sofie Dinia, Astri Yuliani Nurhafifah, Mayasari Mayasari, Siti Patimah, Wahyu Hidayat
Published: 30 May 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 65-76; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i1.59

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to study and analyze students' problems in problem-solving skills seen from their mathematical disposition level of the students on 12th grade class of SMA IT Fithrah Insani. Method of this study is descriptive- qualitative research. From 35 students, there were three students taken as samples, consisting of a student with high disposition mathematical ability (T), a student with medium disposition mathematical ability (S), and a student with low disposition mathematical ability (R). The result of the study shows that there is a difference in the average score of students in each level of the mathematical disposition towards the conclusion of the students’ mathematical problem-solving ability test (ANOVA Test-One way). Following up on these differences, researchers identified student achievement and misconceptions on each mathematical problem-solving indicators. The results of the study show that all the student with high and medium disposition mathematical ability could not fulfill the indicators of the ability of mathematical problem solving, such as (1) understand the problem, (2) recheck the answer while all the student with low disposition mathematical ability could not fulfill all indicator of the ability of mathematical problem solving.
Randy Saputra Mahmud, Ahmad Syamsuadi, Nursakiah Nursakiah
Published: 28 May 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 37-52; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i1.54

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the activities, responses, and student learning outcomes with multi level instruction learning. Multi level instruction assignment learning strategy is a selling system adoption from multi level marketing strategy with special characteristics that there are students in first level and second level downlines and a teacher as an upline. Type of research is quasi-experimental by comparing two experimental groups. Experimental group one was given the STAD model with multi level instruction, and the other group was given regular STAD model. The research instruments used were student activity observation sheets, student response questionnaires, and learning outcomes test. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively and inferentially. The result indicates that both of them are effective to be applied in mathematic learning, but inferentially the outcomes of the experiment group one was higher than the experiment group two.
Frederik De Jemudin, Alberta P Makur, Ferdinandus A Ali
Published: 28 May 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 1-12; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i1.53

Abstract:Penelitianinibertujuan untuk mengetahui: 1) hubungan antara sikap belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa 2) hubungan antara motivasi belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa dan 3) hubungan antara sikap belajar dan motivasi belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika secara bersama-sama. Jenis penelitian ini adalah korelasidengan populasi siswa kelas VII SMPN 6 Langke Rembong dan sampel penelitian sebanyak 46 orang. Dalam pengumpulan data, peneliti menggunakan angket untuk memperoleh data sikap belajar dan motivasi belajar sedangkan test untuk memperoleh data prestasi belajar matematika.Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa (1) terdapat hubungan positif dan signifikan antara sikap belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa dengan koefisien korelasi sebesar 0,43 dengan besarnya sumbangan variabel sikap belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa sebesar 18,49 %(2) terdapat hubungan positif dan signifikan anatara motivasi belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa dengan koefisien korelasi sebesar 0,53 dengan besarnya sumbangan variabel sikap belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa sebesar 28,09 (3) terdapat hubungan positif dan signifikan antara sikap belajar dan motivasi belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa secara bersama-sama dengan koefisien korelasi sebesar 0,61 dengan besarnya sumbangan variabel sikap belajar dan motivasi belajar terhadap prestasi belajar matematika siswa sebesar 37,21%.
Heny Sri Astutik, Putri Aniningsih
Published: 28 May 2019
Journal of Honai Math, Volume 2, pp 25-36; doi:10.30862/jhm.v2i1.52

Abstract:This study was conducted aimed at testing the effectiveness of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) learning model. The subjects of this study were eighth grade students of Muhammadiyah Middle School Aimas, Sorong Regency. The research method used was quasi-experimental. Data collection techniques in this study were observation, tests and questionnaires. The test instrument consisted of learning outcomes tests and students' logical thinking abilities. Questionnaires here contain questionnaires for students' responses to PBL learning using the VR Math application. The results of the study concluded that the experimental class had been given a Problem Based Learning (PBL) model using the VR Math application. The results of the sample obtained the highest learning outcomes scores of learning outcomes 72 and low 56, and the highest logical thinking ability 12 and low scores. 6. The values obtained were analyzed using one mathematical software obtained (1) the significance of 0.447
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