Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika

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ISSN / EISSN : 2086-5872 / 2540-7562
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Nuril Huda
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 307-316; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6420

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The Quran contains the basic principles of science and civilization. These sciences include natural science and mathematics. The study of mathematics covers algebra, statistics, logic, geometry, measurement, and others. This research aimed to examine the verses of the Quran, which contain geometry and measurement concepts. This research employed the descriptive-qualitative method with library research design. This research revealed that the Quran contains five concepts of geometry: three concepts of line and two concepts of angle. Meanwhile, the Quran also contains fourteen concepts of measurement: six units of time, five units of weight, two units of area, and two units of length or distance.
Wesly Agustinus Pardede, Ahmad Faisol, Fitriani Fitriani
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 299-306; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6760

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Let be a ring, a strictly ordered monoid, and K, L, M are R-modules. Then, we can construct the Generalized Power Series Modules (GPSM) K[[S]], L[[S]], and M[[S]], which are the module over the Generalized Power Series Rings (GPSR) R[[S]]. In this paper, we investigate the property of X[[S]]-sub-exact sequence on GPSM L[[S]] over GPSR R[[S]].
Abdul Rahim, Syukrul Hamdi, I Nyoman Arcana
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 201-210; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6816

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ICT advancement can be utilized to improve the quality of education. In this globalization era, the millennial generation is demanded to be technology literate and fluent in English to compete in the global world considering that English has been established as an international language. Therefore, the integration of English into learning in the form of multimedia bilingual learning is needed. This study aimed to determine the feasibility, attractiveness, and effectiveness of bilingual learning multimedia on the integral application material for vocational schools. This research is research and development. Based on the results of validation and field trials, the developed bilingual mathematics learning media was in the feasible, interesting, and effective categories. The feasibility of the bilingual learning multimedia based on the material expert validation obtained an average of 4.6 and the media expert validation obtained an average of 4.9 which indicated that the developed product was in the feasible category. The attractiveness of bilingual mathematics learning multimedia based on students’ responses was 89% in the very interesting category. The effectiveness of the developed bilingual learning multimedia to improve students' mathematics learning outcomes was known based on the N-Gain value of 0.8 in the high category.
Kimura Patar Tamba , Melda Jaya Saragih
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 317-330; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6858

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Students often experience difficulties and errors in solving quadratic inequality problems. These difficulties and errors are not only caused by students’ ignorance or misconceptions, but also caused by epistemological obstacles. This study aimed to determine the epistemological obstacles faced by the junior high school students in quadratic inequality. This research was a qualitative research that involved 105 ninth-grade students at one of the junior high schools in Bandung, Indonesia. The data were collected through open-ended tasks and task-based interviews. The data were analyzed using the inductive coding process to classify students’ errors. The descriptive analysis was carried out to reveal students’ ways of understanding and ways of thinking behind each error to be compared with historical analysis. Based on the description of ways of understanding and ways of thinking and comparison with this historical phenomenon, the epistemological obstacles had be confirmed. The results showed that there were epistemological obstacles in quadratic inequalities. The epistemological obstacles consisted of students' quadratic equation knowledge acts and students' arithmetic knowledge acts. However, no epistemological obstacles were found in the development history of quadratic inequality. Students' epistemological obstacles were parallel to the historical phenomena of quadratic inequality.
Sulasri Suddin, Yohanis Ndapa Deda
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 227-246; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6958

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The linkage of technology in the world of education today has developed rapidly. One of them is the development of mathematics learning media in the form of educational games. The purpose of this research is to develop an educational learning media game that is integrated into Timor local wisdom so that this media has its uniqueness to help students learn. Research on a fast educational game on mathematics based on an android smartphone was conducted at MTs Nurul Falah, Kefamenanu, NTT. The media was developed using software construct 2. The method used in this research is development research with the ADDIE development model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). The results of the validity test based on material experts, media experts, and teachers indicate that educational games with the theme of local wisdom as android-based mathematics learning media were included in the category of very feasible to use with an average validation of 4.33 and very feasible criteria. At this stage, a limited trial using a questionnaire showed that game education received a positive response to the use of game education media with an average percentage of 98.93%. These results indicate that the process of learning mathematics using this media can motivate and facilitate student learning compared to the learning that has been done. During the pandemic, COVID-19 media can be used as online-based learning media because students can easily download the application then the teacher controls the process.
Qurratu Ainin, Mulyono Mulyono, Edi Syahputra
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 287-298; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.7289

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This study aimed to develop valid, practical, and effective Think-Talk-Write (TTW) learning tools based on Batak culture. Plomp's research design was used in this study. This development research product was a valid, practical, and effective TTW learning tools based on Batak culture, which can improve students' mathematical critical thinking ability. The results of the study are (1) TTW learning model based on Batak culture belonged to the valid category; (2) the practicality of the TTW learning tools based on Batak culture belonged to the high category; and (3) the effectiveness of the TTW learning tools based on Batak culture based on (a) classical student learning completeness was 88.89%; (b) the use of learning time criteria was in the high category; (c) the teacher's ability to manage learning criteria was in the high category, and (d) many students gave positive responses to the components and learning activities.
Kondradus Yohanes Klau, Meiva Marthaulina Lestari Siahaan, Justin Eduardo Simarmata
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 339-350; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.7310

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Preservice mathematics teachers (PSMTs) need to master teaching material besides pedagogical competence. This knowledge is a combination of conceptual and procedural knowledge. Teachers should possess the ability to explain a concept, the reason for the concepts used, and the relationship among several concepts clearly and effectively to identify why the concept is used. This study aimed to identify the conceptual and procedural knowledge of PSMTs in Linear Algebra courses. Data collection was carried out through tests and interviews. The interview was conducted with several participants to clarify their test answers. The participants' interview answers revealed that they had difficulty in choosing the proper concept answering modified questions. Also, the participants tried to answer the question using a procedural approach. According to the findings, it is vital to construct appropriate teaching materials appropriate for the learning objective and material map concept.
Andini Dwi Rachmawati, Baiduri Baiduri, Mohammad Mahfud Effendi
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 211-226; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6505

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Millennials currently prefer web-assisted interactive media as a learning resource rather than reading books. To understand the contents of the book, students need high literacy skills. Unlike the web-assisted interactive media, the explanations are accompanied by pictures and simulations that can help students to understand the learning material. The developed web-assisted interactive learning media had been adjusted to the 2013 curriculum. This research aimed to develop a valid, effective, and practical interactive web-assisted learning media. The research development model used was the 4D model which consisted of Define, Design, Development, and Dissemination stages. The instrument used in this study was a validation sheet, a questionnaire to measure the practicality, and a creative-thinking test to measure the effectiveness. The results of validation showed that the developed learning media obtained an average score of 86.17% and had met the validity criteria with excellent quality. The questionnaire obtained a score of 88.39% which indicated that the developed learning media was effective. The developed web-assisted interactive learning media met the effectiveness criteria with the obtained average score of 80% based on four indicators, namely fluency, flexibility, authenticity, and detail. It can be concluded that the web-assisted interactive learning media is suitable to be used as a learning resource.
Ari Septian, Rani Sugiarni, Erma Monariska
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 261-272; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6686

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Students' low creative thinking skills and difficulty in drawing graphs from the given algebraic equations are the background of this study. The purpose of this study was to determine the mathematical creative thinking abilities between Android-based GeoGebra and ordinary learning. This study also investigated students’ responses to the application of Android-based GeoGebra. The research method used was quasi-experimental with a nonequivalent group pretest-posttest design. The instruments were a creative thinking test and a questionnaire. The subjects of this study were students of one of the junior high school in Cianjur selected by purposive sampling technique. The studied material was the quadratic equations as a part of algebra. The gain index data analysis technique used was the normality test and the Mann Whitney test while the questionnaire data responses were analyzed through the average percentage of students’ answers. As a result, the students' mathematical creative thinking ability with Android-based GeoGebra was better than ordinary learning. Also, the students provided positive responses to the application of Android-based GeoGebra.
Mohamad Gilar Jatisunda, Vici Suciawati, Dede Salim Nahdi
Al-Jabar : Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika, Volume 11, pp 351-370; doi:10.24042/ajpm.v11i2.6903

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Mathematical creative thinking ability and self-efficacy are a combination of abilities students need to have when studying mathematics. Mathematical learning is expected to improve both abilities. However, teachers still use conventional learning such as direct teaching, which results in a low increase in students' mathematical creative thinking abilities and self-efficacy. So we need alternative student-centred learning and teachers as facilitators who provide scaffolding. The study was conducted to obtain a description of the discovery learning process with scaffolding which aims to improve the ability to think creatively and self-efficacy. Two quasi-experimental designs with three class groups were used: The Matching-only Pretest-posttest Control Group Design was used to measure mathematical creative thinking skills, and The Matching-only Posttest-only Control Group Design was used to measure the self-efficacy scale. Based on the results of one-way ANOVA, the mathematical creative thinking ability of students discovery learning with scaffolding is better than discovery learning and conventional learning. Likewise, this happens to 'self-efficacy, based on the one-way ANOVA that students' self-efficacy of discovery learning with scaffolding is better than discovery learning and conventional learning. The learning process of discovery learning with scaffolding has a positive impact on the improvement of mathematical creative thinking abilities and self-efficacy
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