Journal of Mathematics Learning

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ISSN / EISSN : 2615-0700 / 2615-4129
Current Publisher: Universitas Mathla ul Anwar Banten (10.30653)
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Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 37-41; doi:10.30653/004.201812.20

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The ability of students’ conceptual understanding and inductive reasoning in mathematics learning needs to be considered, because conceptual understanding can organize and consolidate mathematical thinking, as well as reasoning will gain meaningful knowledge for students. This can be done through learning by using generative approach. This research is a correlational research to know the correlation between the ability of conceptual understanding and inductive reasoning of VII grade students at SMP Negeri 3 Cugenang-Cianjur in 2009/2010 Academic Year on triangle and quadrilateral materials, using generative approach. Based on the results of correlation analysis, it was obtained rxy = 0.618 in moderate correlation, and it can be concluded that there is a positive correlation between the ability ofstudents’ conceptual understanding and inductive reasoning.
Susti Rahmah Yulita S,
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 29-36; doi:10.30653/004.201812.19

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The learning model that is applied is a learning model that provides an opportunity for students to construct their own knowledge, so that students are easier to understand the concepts taught and communicate their ideas in oral and written forms and provide space for students to interact with their friends to provide and receive and solve material in the learning process. This study aims to determine the effect of the use of take and give learning models on the improvement of mathematical communication skills of class VII MT MA Hunibera. The study was conducted using the quasi-experimental method, while the design used by the two groups posttest only design experiment. Sampling was done by cluster random sampling, class VII A as many as 30 students as the experimental class and class B as many as 30 students as the control class. Because the data distribution is normal and homogeneous, the hypothesis used by the t-test, from the calculation results obtained = 2,51 and = 2,002, because , then is rejected is accepted, it shows that there is an influence of the use of take and give learning models on improving mathematical communication skills students.
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 1-9; doi:10.30653/004.201812.16

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This study aims to find out: (1) Differences in mathematics learning outcomes between those using powerpoint media and without powerpoint media; (2) Differences in mathematics learning outcomes between students who have high creativity and low creativity; (3) Interaction between the use of learning media and creativity on the mathematics learning outcomes of class XII students at Pandeglang MAN. The findings of this study are: 1) The results of Qcount test> Qtable (17.95> 2.86) indicate that there is an influence between the use of media on student learning outcomes; 2) The results of the Qcount test> Qtable (7.93> 2.86) indicate that there is an influence of differences in creativity on student learning outcomes; 3) Anova test shows that the calculated F value is 4.36 and Ftable 4.11 with df = 0.05, indicating that there is an interaction between learning media and creativity towards student learning outcomes.
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 10-17; doi:10.30653/004.201812.17

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This study aims to find out (1) whether or not there is an increase in mathematical creative thinking skills of Madrasah Aliyah students; (2) Student activities during mathematics learning with the connected mathematics project Learning model. This research was conducted at the Aliyah Mathla'ul Anwar Madrasah Menes Center in the first semester of the 2017/2018 school year. The research method used is the quasi-experimental method. The population in the study was class XI Madrasah Aliyah Mathla'ul Anwar Pusat Menes Pandeglang District, while the sample was taken randomly from two classes from six classes in the school. Class XI Religion is an experimental class, namely a class that has learned to apply the connected mathematics project and class XI IPS as a control class, namely a class whose learning applies conventional learning. Question test data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics using the average difference test. The results of the study show: (1) There is an increase in mathematical creative thinking skills using the connected mathematics project learning model; (2) Positive student activities during mathematics learning with the connected mathematics project learning model.
Sodri Sodri
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 18-28; doi:10.30653/004.201812.18

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Hypothesis testing with 2 way ANOVA test and Tukey test. The research results showed: 1) There is a significant influence of learning model on the understanding of mathematics concepts of publik Senior High School students in Pandeglang District. This is evidenced by Sig = 0.000
Erfan Sufena, Suyono Suyono, Lukman El Hakim
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 27-38; doi:10.30653/004.201811.3

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This study aims to see the influence of cooperative methods of group investigation type (hereinafter abbreviated as MKTIK) to the ability of mathematical communication and self confidence of students. This research was conducted at SMP Negeri 123 Jakarta in the academic year 2016/2017. The research method used quasi experiment (quasi experiment). The reasonably affordable population of this study is four classes in SMP Negeri 123 Jakarta (two classes studying through cooperative type-type investigative methods and two classes that received conventional learning). After testing, the data used are normally distributed, have the same or homogeneous variance, and have an average similarity. The result of this research are 1) there are difference of mathematical communication ability of students who learn through MKTIK compared with students who get conventional learning, 2) there is interaction influence between learning method and mathematical early ability to students mathematical communication ability, 3) there is difference of students' mathematical communication ability With a high mathematical early ability to learn through MKTIK compared with students who received conventional learning, 4) there was no difference in mathematical communication ability of students with low early mathematical skills learning through MKTIK compared with students who received conventional learning, and 5) there was a difference of self confidence Students who learn through MKTIK compared with students who received conventional learning.
Nira Nawastiti, Suyono Suyono, Wardini Rahayu
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 1-12; doi:10.30653/004.201811.1

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This study aims to see the effect of accelerated learning model of learning on the ability of mathematical reasoning in terms of self-regulated learning. This research was conducted at SMK Negeri Bekasi Regency in the academic year 2016-2017. The design of this research is Posttest-Only Control Design. The research method used is quasi experiment (quasi experiment). The reasonably affordable population of this study were four classes (two classes in two different schools, two classes at SMK Negeri 1 Tambun Selatan, which were treated with accelerated learning model and two classes at SMK Negeri 1 Tambun Utara were treated by conventional learning model) of the normal distribution, have the same or homogeneous variance, and have the same equality. The results of this study are (1) The mathematical reasoning ability of students who were treated with accelerated learning model is better than who where treated with the mathematical reasoning ability of students who were treated with conventional learning model , (2) there is interaction between learning model with self regulated learning to the ability of mathematical reasoning, (3) students' mathematical reasoning ability given treatment with accelerated learning model is better than who where treated with mathematical reasoning ability of students who are treated with learning model (4) The mathematical reasoning ability of students treated with conventional learning model is not better than who where treated with the mathematical reasoning ability of students who are treated with accelerated learning learning model.
Fitria Nurhayati, Susti Rahmah Yulita
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 13-26; doi:10.30653/004.201811.2

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The study aims to improve the activity and learning outcomes of students using the Think Pair Share Cooperative Share model with a puzzle game togetherness on thematic learning. Classroom Action Research, implemented two cycles. Instruments used were observation sheets and test sheets. The test data were analyzed by using the average formula and the percentage of learning mastery, on the affective and psychomotor observations using the affective and psychomotor percentage formula, the observational data using the average formula score and value range. The result of research are: (1) cycle I score of activity of teacher 34 with good category, student activity score 33,75 with good category. Student learning outcomes cycle I measured by the evaluation at the end of the learning of Mathematics 87.94 with the completion percentage of classical learning that is Mathematics 91.17. The highest affective aspect assessed 29 persons with 85.29% percentage and the lowest aspect responded to 21 people with a percentage of 61.76%. Psychomotor highest aspect imitate and articulate 34 people with 100% percentage and lowest aspect manipulate 30 people with 88.23% percentage. (2) cycle II score of teacher activity 35,5 with good category, student activity score 35 with good category. The result of student learning cycle II is measured using evaluation test at the end of learning that is Mathematics 88,23 with percentage of complete learning of classical that is Mathematics 94,11. The highest affective aspects of living and receiving 34 people with 100% percentage, lowest aspect responding 27 people with 79.41% percentage and psychomotor aspects of articulation, manipulating and imitating 33 people with 100% percentage. Based on the results of this study can be concluded that the application of Thematic model of cooperative model Think Pair Share type through the game togetherness puzzle Class II B SD Negeri 20 Kota Bengkulu can increase activity and learning outcomes.
Asep Sujana, Upi Asiah
Journal of Mathematics Learning, Volume 1, pp 51-60; doi:10.30653/004.201811.5

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This study aims to determine whether the learning model of Quantum Teaching can improve the ability of solving mathematical problems of students in grade VIII SMPN 1 Cinangka Serang District Academic Year 2017/2018. This study used quasi experimental research, the research design used was pretest-posttest control group design and sampling using cluster random sampling with class VIII E as many as 32 students as experimental class and class VIII D as many as 32 students as control class. The result of posttest hypothesis test shows that learning with Quantum Teaching model is better than conventional learning with tcount = 3.087 and ttable = 1,999 so H0 is rejected. The result of the gain test shows thitung = 2,922 so H0 is rejected then it shows that the learning model of Quantum Teaching can improve the mathematical problem solving ability of the students of grade VIII SMPN 1 Cinangka Serang regency for academic year 2017/2018.
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