Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML)

Journal Information
ISSN / EISSN : 2620-6315 / 2620-6323
Published by: LPPM Universitas Malikussaleh (10.29103)
Total articles ≅ 58
Current Coverage
DOAJ
Archived in
SHERPA/ROMEO
Filter:

Latest articles in this journal

, Aritsya Imswatama, Novia Dwi Rahmawati
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 48-51; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.3059

Abstract:
The design of HOTS Ethnic-Mathematics is the stage that has been intended in this study. This type of research is research and development (Research and Development) by producing results in the form of Mathematics Higher Order Thinking Skill (HOTS) questions based on culture and local wisdom (Ethnic-Math HOTS). The development model referred to by the researcher is the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (ADDIE) which is adapted into Analysis, Design, and Development (ADD). The conclusion of this paper is Mathematical problem designs that are integrated with local culture and local wisdom can be developed into questions that have a function to measure students' high-level abilities. High-level abilities that can be measured using these questions are analytical skills, evaluation skills and creative abilities. By completing questions related to the culture in the area around students, students will be more challenged and motivated to do it. In addition, it will increase students' knowledge about the local culture in the area.
Qurrota A’Yun, Rosita Yanuarti, Dimas Anditha Cahyo Sujiwo
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 23-27; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.2737

Abstract:
The standard of critical thinking in this study, namely: first, interpretation is on a problem can showing / writing what they know and what is asked about the problem correctly; second, analysis is the activity of identifying the relationship between statements, questions and concepts in a problem through making mathematical models and accompanied by the right reasons; third, evaluation is the right strategy in solving problems and fourth, conclusion is accuracy in drawing conclusions from what is asked. While the type of research used is descriptive qualitative type. The instruments used were interview guidelines and test questions. The interview used is a structured interview and the test used in the form of a math problem test with derived application material consisting of 3 problem descriptions with material that has been received by students. Student performance levels in this study are at the Apprentice level and the Novice level. The acquisition of data at the Apprentice level the average value is different, this is because the acquisition of data on each indicator is different overall. This is because the subject is not accustomed to or accustomed to working on open questions or also problem stories / problems. Student performance levels in this study are at the Apprentice level and the Novice level. The acquisition of data at the Apprentice level the average value is different, this is because the acquisition of data on each indicator is different overall. This is because the subject is not accustomed to or accustomed to working on open questions or also problem stories/problems.
Chinedu Victor Obasi
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 20-22; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.2894

Abstract:
In this paper the logistic growth model of spontaneous utilization of school library in Imo State, is presented. First‐order variables separable logistic equation is solved. The parameters that gave the best logistic curve for the data were determined. The number of male and female science students who utilized school library spontaneously also is presented. The logistic equation allows rigorous estimation of 2.34% growth rate of male science students’ spontaneous utilization of school library in Imo State. While that of female students is decreasing by 2.71%. The results revealed that male students are experiencing upward trend in the spontaneous utilization of school library while their female counterparts are experiencing downward trend. Therefore, it is recommended that science students should utilize the school library resources spontaneously without being induced to do so. They should also develop passion for reading because reading books pushes readers to use their imaginations and encourages creativity for scientific endeavours.
Cut Yuniza Eviyanti, Lia Rista, Siti Hadijah, A Andriani
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 28-33; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.3118

Abstract:
This study aims to find out the results of students' learning through the implementation of a group investigation learning model through mathematical domino media better than the implementation of a conventional learning model on the rank number and root form materials. The research was a quasi-experiment with the design of a randomized control group pretest-posttest. The population of this research is the entire class IX SMP Negeri 1 Lhokseumawe consisting of 9 classes. The research sample was determined by a randomized technique that made 2 classes namely experiment class (IXA) and control class (IXB). The results of the student posttest data test show that the data is distributed normally and homogeneously, so it can be analyzed with one-side t-test statistics at a significant α= 0.05. Based on the results of data processing against the posttest students obtained sig scores. (2-tailed) posttest data is 0.001 which means less than α= 0.05, this means H0 is rejected, so it can be concluded that the learning results of students taught by the group investigation learning model through domino mathematics media are better than conventional learning models on the rank number and root form materials in grade IX of SMP Negeri 1 Lhokseumawe.
Vici Suciawati, Mohamad Gilar Jatisunda, Nia Kania
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 41-47; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.2973

Abstract:
Intuition is the first way humans get knowledge. A worker in making a traditional West Java house works using his experience to be able to determine how many building materials are needed to become a house. The roof of the house is one part that is quite complicated to determine the amount of wood needed. Workers using intuition based on experience that has been experienced greatly determine the accuracy of the measure. Through this research, the researcher hopes that the method of determining the amount of wood used to make the roof (suhunan) of houses in West Java has added scientific value because it is related to existing mathematical concepts. The subjects of this study were workers who made traditional houses in West Java Regency. This study uses a qualitative method with an ethnographic approach. This study aims to describe an in-depth study of how to determine the amount of wood used to make traditional houses and its relation to mathematical concepts. The results showed that the workers who made the traditional houses started outing for the first time by calculating the number of wood chips needed to make the KAP intact to make the roof from it, they were easier to determine the amount of wood needed.
M S Oyebanji, Ubong Sam Idiong
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.2538

Abstract:
This study aimed at investigating the challenges of teaching mathematics to visual impaired students in school of the blind, a case study of some selected schools for the visually impaired. Questionnaire and interview were used for data collection from the respondents. The hypotheses in the study were tested using t-test with α-level of 0.05 through SPSS. The study followed a cross-section survey design and involved 80 respondents 20 for the visually impaired students, 10 for the Mathematics teachers, 10 special mathematics teachers, 40 low vision and non-visually impaired students. The findings revealed the visually impaired students receive bursaries from the government and non-government organization; meal, accommodation, and few scholastic materials from their school; extra time during mathematics classes and examination and friend support. However, constraining limitations in the method of instruction assessment used and the instructional materials provided were noted, on the basis of these findings, recommendation towards the better education of the visually impaired student studying mathematics should be encouraged and employment of special mathematics teachers.
H Hamidah, Jaka Wijaya Kusuma
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 7-12; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.2919

Abstract:
People know that the internet today has become an integral part of the lifestyle of various Indonesian community groups, but the results of surveys conducted by the Indonesian Internet Network Organizing Association are known to have access to educational pages are still very lacking. The online-based flipped classroom learning model is packaged to appeal to students and is a learning that adapts online learning in times of pandemic by directing students to utilize the internet for learning. This study was a classroom action research by applying online-based flipped classroom model to improve Students’ Mathematics Result And Interest. The classroom action research was done in two cycles. Each cycle consists of planning, action, observation, and reflection. The findings of this research revealed that the online-based flipped classroom model could improve students’ mathematics results and interest. At the end of the first cycle, the students’ mathematics result was still in the medium category and increased at the end of the second cycle, which students’ mathematics result has been in high category, and students’ mathematics interest has been more than 80% that is reaching the expected target.
S Suwanto, Azrina Purba
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 34-40; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.3320

Abstract:
This study aims to develop multiple intelligence-based textbooks seventh grade junior high school students with material on equations and inequalities. It is hoped that the results of the development of this textbook can improve student learning outcomes, especially in the ability of mathematical representation. The population used was students of SMP / MTs in Medan, by taking several research samples 108 students. The development model of this textbook uses the 4D development model (define, design, development, Dissemination), but due to the situation during Covid 19 and time constraints it only reaches the development of the expert validation section and limited trials. Thus in this development it only comes to the analysis of validation and practicality of textbooks, but for effectiveness will be continued in next research. The analysis shows that multiple intelligence-based textbooks on equations and inequalities in class VII are declared valid and practical.
Damsir Ali, Zubaidah Amir Mz, Kusnadi Kusnadi, Rian Vebrianto
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 52-61; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.3095

Abstract:
The ability to think creatively and self regulated learning is very important in learning mathematics, in order to train students to develop their creativity. But in reality, mathematics learning that is currently happening has not been able to develop mathematical creative thinking skills and increase students’ self-regulated learning. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the open-ended approach and the ability to think creative mathematically and self-regulated learning and how to implement it in school in the perspective of literature review. The type of research used is literature review, where articles are collected using search engines such as EBSCO, Science direct, and Scopus. Based on the articles collected, the results show that: 1. Mathematics learning to use an open-ended approach has an effect on increasing students ‘creative thinking skills and self-regulated learning, 2. The open-ended approach is higher in increasing students’ creative thinking abilities compared to using a conventional approach, 3. The open-ended approach to learning has the following steps: a) the teacher organizes students in learning activities; b) the teacher exposes students to open problems; c) the teacher guides and directs students in solving problems with various solutions and various answers; d) students present their work and compare with the work of other students in front of the class; and e) students conclude the subject matter, which is guided by the teacher. 4. To apply open-ended learning, it is necessary to prepare learning that requires high creativity for a teacher.
K Kristayulita
Malikussaleh Journal of Mathematics Learning (MJML), Volume 4, pp 13-19; https://doi.org/10.29103/mjml.v4i1.2939

Abstract:
If using different instruments obtained a different analogical reasoning component. With use people-piece analogies, verbal analogies, and geometric analogies, have analogical reasoning component consists of encoding, inferring, mapping, and application. Meanwhile, with use analogical problems (algebra, source problem and target problem is equal), have analogical reasoning components consist of structuring, mapping, applying, and verifying. The instrument used was analogical problems consisting of two problems where the source problem was symbolic quadratic equation problem and the target problems were trigonometric equation problem and a word problem. This study aims to provide information analogical reasoning process in solving indirect analogical problems. in addition, to identify the analogical reasoning components in solving indirect analogical problems. Using a qualitative design approach, the study was conducted at two schools in Mataram city of Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia. The results of the study provide an overview of analogical reasoning of the students in solving indirect analogical problems and there is a component the representation and mathematical model in solving indirect analogical problems. So the analogical reasoning component in solving indirect analogical problems is the representation and mathematical modeling, structuring, mapping, applying, and verifying. This means that there are additional components of analogical reasoning developed by Ruppert. Analogical reasoning components in problem-solving depend on the analogical problem is given.
Back to Top Top