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ISSN / EISSN : 2354-6883 / 2581-172X
Current Publisher: Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar (10.24252)
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Published: 18 January 2021
MaPan; doi:10.24252/mapan

Baharuddin Abbas, Fakultas Tarbiyah Dan Keguruan Uin Alauddin Makassar, Ayu Rahyuni Ali, Sri Sulasteri, Ahmad Farham Majid, Yuspiani Yuspiani
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 264-280; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a7

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The research discusses about project-based on learning tools development in geometric material at class IX MtsN Gowa. This research aims to know the process of the project-based learning tools development which fulfills valid, practical, and effective criteria. The research is Research and Development (R&D) which uses the development model of ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). The development procedure contains 5 steps are: (1) Analysis, (2) Design, (3) Development, (4) Implementation, and (5) Evaluation. The subject of the research is the students at class IX MTsN Gowa which is in one class, the instruments of the research are the validation sheet, the learning outcome test, student and teacher response questionnaire, observation sheet of the learning process, observation sheet of student activity, and observation sheet of learning management. Based on the result of trials obtained that: (1) RPP 3.24 result of validation learning instrument, 3.41 textbooks, and LKPD 3.26 in each value which obtained in the valid category. (2) Practical based on observation result of learning tools practice with an average of 1.97 is in a fully implemented category, teacher response to textbooks and LKPD gave 100% positive response, the student gave 88.2% positive responses to the textbooks and while LKPD got 82.3% positive responses. (3) Effective based on the result of observation management learning got an average of 3.80 with a very good category, student activity in the very good category with an average of 80.56%, the learning outcome test got an average of 83.82 from 100 maximum scores. In conclusion that learning tools that have been tested fill-up the criteria of valid, practical, and effective.
Rizki Sariningtias, Universitas Tidar Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Reza Indriani, Anisa Solihati, Alya Kamila, Megita Dwi Pamungkas
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 236-247; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a5

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The analysis of historical buildings Ngawen Temple has a purpose of knowing the history of Ngawen Temple and knowing the approach to the Ngawen Temple's geometry. This research type is descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The subject of this research is the historical building of Ngawen Temple. The data collection techniques used in this research are interviews and documentation (observation) directly. The interview was done with the temple officers around the building, and the documentation was taken directly. The data analysis technique is done by analyzing the buildings related to the geometry, such as the building's shape on the Ngawen Temple. The results of this study were obtained; namely, Ngawen Temple set in Buddhism. The Ngawen Temple complex consists of 5 (five) temples that line the parallel from north to south. Temple building facing the east. From the south of Ngawen Temple I, II, III, IV, and V, each temple plans the square. One of Ngawen Temple's uniqueness is the existence of 4 lion statues in every corner of temple II and Candi IV. Another uniqueness is the temple's architecture, found in a lion's statue that supports the four sides of the temple building reconstructed from the five buildings. The lion statue's carved style resembles the lion symbol of Singapore's country and serves the rainwater that comes out through the statue's mouth. The Ngawen Temple's shape resembles the cuboid's geometry, the rectangular pyramidal frustum, and the rectangular pyramid
Julia Noviani, Institut Agama Islam Negeri Takengon Program Studi Tadris Matematika, Firmansyah Firmansyah
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 343-359; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a12

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This study aims to produce learning tools using Realistic Mathematics Education approach to relations and functions material. This type of research used the Plomp development model, which consists of three phases, namely the initial investigation phase, the development or prototyping phase, and the assessment phase. The research subjects were grade VIII students of SMPN 2 Takengon. The instruments of research are expert validation sheets, practicality assessment sheets, and effectiveness assessment sheets. The resulting tools include lesson plan, student books, teacher books, and student worksheets. The average assessment of the four aspects of the lesson plan was 3.89 with valid criteria. The average assessment of the three aspects of the teacher's book was 3.98 with valid criteria. The average assessment of three aspects of the student book was 3.97 with valid criteria. The average assessment of two aspects on the student worksheets was 3.75 with valid criteria. Learning implementation 96.86% and carried out well. The teacher's response showed that, on average, 82% of the lesson plan assessment aspects are responded positively by the teacher. The response of student books was obtained by 83.2% of students who gave positive responses to student books and 82.6% of students who gave positive responses to student worksheets. The students’ learning outcomes obtained a classical average value of 74.2. The results of validation and testing of learning tools show that the tools meet the criteria of learning tools developed, referring to valid, practical, and effective.
Darta Darta, Universitas Pasundan, Jusep Saputra
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 248-263; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a6

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Self-Efficacy (SE) is an essential component in mathematics learning that must be improved so that the teaching performance can convince students. The purpose of this study is how brightspace SPADA (Online Learning System) is developed to measure PPG participants' self-efficacy, which can contribute to the creation of an increase in the quality of education. This study's subjects were PPG participants in the Department of Mathematics Studies in one private LPTK in Bandung, which before the workshop began with online learning. The research method used is the Mixed Method of Embedded Design type and Embedded Experimental Model type. The instrument used was an online test on e-learning and a closed statement SE scale of 10. The analysis used include, (1) Descriptive analysis of online learning outcomes and self-efficacy, (2) Comparative analysis of online learning outcomes between classes (Class A and B) using the Mann Whiney-U test because the data are not normally distributed, (3) Comparative analysis of online learning outcomes between levels, namely junior high, high school, and vocational school (SMP, SMA, and SMK) using ANOVA, (4) Comparative analysis of self-efficacy between classes (Classes A and B) using t-test, because the data is normally distributed, (5) Comparative analysis self-efficacy between levels (SMP, SMA, and SMK) using ANOVA, (6) Analysis of the effect of online learning outcomes on self-efficacy using simple linear regression. The study results are: (1) Descriptive online learning results can be concluded that PPG Mathematics online learning outcomes are above average (≥ 75), based on levels. The result of descriptive statistical data analysis of online learning outcomes is that the average value of participants from SMP, SMA, and SMK is 76.93, 93.12, and 85.92. PPG Mathematics participants' self-efficacy is in the very good category (8.6 from 0-10 intervals), based on the level. Descriptive statistical data analysis obtained the average value of participants from SMP, SMA, and SMK is 8.68, 8.65, and 8.76. (2) There is no significant difference in online learning outcomes between classes A and B. (3) There is no significant difference in online learning outcomes between SMP, SMA, and SMK. (4) There is no significant difference in self-efficacy between classes A and B. (5) There is no significant difference in self-efficacy between SMP, SMA, and SMK. (6) There is no online learning outcomes influence on Self-Efficacy.
Ma'Rup Ma'rup, Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar, Andi Husniati, Muhammad Rizal Usman, Kristiawati Kristiawati
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 281-299; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a8

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This study illustrated the mathematical literacy ability of camper type students based on gender differences. The subject of this study were class X MIA students of SMAN 2 Takalar. This study is a descriptive study with a qualitative approach design. The data processed is Adversity Quotient data and students’ mathematical literacy abilities data. Adversity Response Profile (ARP) questionnaire was used to find out students with camper type. The test used to see the mathematical literacy ability of male and female students with camper type is PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) question consists of three questions. Interviews were conducted to further explore students' mathematical literacy ability. Based on the data analysis, it was found that the mathematical literacy ability of the camper type female student was higher than the camper type male student.
Ernawati Ernawati, Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar, Baharullah Baharullah
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 315-328; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a10

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This study aims to determine the description of the results of the analysis of higher order thinking skills in mathematics problem solving based on revised Bloom's taxonomy viewed from gender equality. The subject of the research is two students of SMPN 1 Takalar selected using a purposive sampling technique. The type of research used is descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The description was obtained by analyzing the tests of higher order thinking skills in mathematical problem solving. In this study, instruments in the form of questions test higher order thinking skills based on revised Bloom's taxonomy and the interview guideline. Data collection techniques in the form of test, interview, observation, and documentation. The data analysis technique was data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion drawing/verification. The results of the research show that subjects can use their skills even though still not achieved optimally. Both subjects use almost all aspects of thinking skills based on the revised Bloom's taxonomy, either directly or to bridge the subject in constructing the higher order thinking skills. It shows the difference in students' higher order thinking skills from each category, namely the male and female categories.
Putik Rustika, Universitas Muhammadiyah Cirebon, Titi Rohaeti
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 329-342; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a11

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Algebraic ability is one of the most important abilities to be developed because it becomes the basis to achieve other mathematical thinking ability. In new normal era, information through social media is the main thing for society, particularly for children of the current generation. This study aims to describe algebraic thinking ability and students' interest in learning through social media-based pictorial puzzles. The method of the research is descriptive quantitative. The samples of this study were 6 students of grade VIII SMP Edu Global School in Cirebon city. This study indicates that algebraic thinking ability and students' interest in learning algebra are still classified as moderate and have not reached the high category, so it needs to be improved in the learning process.
Dimas Alfarisyi, Universitas Lampung Magister Pendidikan Matematika, Sugeng Sutiarso
Published: 15 December 2020
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 300-314; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n2a9

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This study was aimed to describe the mathematical communication skill of eighth-grade students of SMP IT Insan Mulia of Batanghari based on gender in solving questions about circle material. The subjects of this study consisted of 21 male and 21 female students. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. The data collection instrument used in this study is the mathematical communication skill test. The mathematical communication skill test instrument consists of three questions in the form of an essay. The results showed that in general, the mathematical communication skills of male and female students are in a low category. The low ability of students' mathematical communication is due to a weak understanding of concepts, not understanding the usefulness of mathematical symbols, and students' unfamiliarity in working on problems. Male and female students have different mathematical communication skills. Female students have better communication skills than male students in conveying ideas to provide an explanation on each indicator of the mathematical communication skills test.
Fadhilah Rahmawati, Megita Dwi Pamungkas, Bagas Ardianto, Zakkiyatun Nisa Fadhilatullathifi, Gunawan Gunawan, Ditaul Safitri
MaPan, Volume 8, pp 114-124; doi:10.24252/mapan.2020v8n1a9

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Every student has a different ability to understand mathematical concepts, thus affecting the students' misconceptions. The research aims to identify the misconceptions using a four-tier diagnostics test method in integral topic. This research uses the qualitative method with study case strategy. The data are obtained from the four-tier diagnostic test on the integral topic. The subjects in this research are XII grade students at MAN Kota Magelang. The research results show that students' misconceptions divided into several categories of misconceptions, namely misconceptions, did not understand concepts, understood some concepts, understood concepts, and were undefined. The cause of students experiencing misconceptions on integral topics is that there are too many formulas to be memorized by students, and teacher learning methods are less attractive to students' learning interests on integral topics.Abstrak:Setiap siswa memiliki kemampuan berbeda untuk memahami konsep matematika, sehingga memengaruhi kesalahpahaman pada siswa. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi kesalahpahaman dengan metode uji diagnostik empat-tingkat dalam materi integral. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode kualitatif dengan strategi studi kasus. Data diperoleh dari uji diagnostik empat-tingkat pada materi integral. Subjek penelitian ini adalah siswa kelas XII di MAN Kota Magelang. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa beberapa kategori kesalahpahaman, yaitu kesalahpahaman, tidak memahami konsep, memahami beberapa konsep, memahami konsep, dan tidak terdefinisi. Penyebab siswa mengalami kesalahpahaman tentang materi integral adalah bahwa ada banyak rumus yang harus dihafal oleh siswa dan metode pembelajaran guru kurang menarik bagi minat belajar siswa pada materi integral.
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