Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education

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Zaturrahmi Zaturrahmi, Festiyed Festiyed, Ellizar Ellizar
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 228-236; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6474

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This study aimed to analyze the use of technology in the form of virtual laboratories in learning, including: (1) problems that cause the use of virtual laboratories in learning, (2) variables that are influenced by the use of virtual laboratories in learning, and (3) Scientific fields that utilize virtual laboratories in learning. The research method used was a meta-analysis with a sample of 30 international journal articles. Data collection was done by collecting similar scientific articles related to virtual laboratories and then analyzing them. The results of this meta-analysis study indicate that the main problem that causes the use of virtual laboratories in learning is the low understanding of students' concepts of learning topics. Furthermore, the variable most affected by the use of virtual laboratories is student achievement. Finally, the scientific field that most often utilizes virtual laboratories in learning is Physics.
Putri Dorojatun Rahayuningdewi, Ayu Faradillah
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 165-177; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6640

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This study aimed to determine the effects of problem-solving method on students’ self-confidence and mathematical understanding in learning. This study used quantitative and qualitative methods. The research followed the process of quantitative calculation from instruments about mathematical understanding and described students’ self-confidence, analyzed using Rasch with the WinSteps application. This research was conducted at SMPN 30 Jakarta with class VIII students as the research population. Based on this population, 34 students were selected as the sample with a cluster random sampling technique. Based on the data obtained, it was known that there is a significant effect of problem-solving methods on mathematical understanding. Meanwhile, Rasch data analysis showed a high category for the relationship between understanding and self-confidence of students by 60%. This proved that the effect of the problem-solving method on self-confidence and mathematical understanding is directly proportional.
Jayanti Munthahana, Mega Teguh Budiarto
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 196-209; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6718

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This research was a qualitative research with an ethnographic approach. Data obtained through observation, interview, literacy study, and documentation with Triangulation Method as data validity. This research examined the mathematical concepts of cultural elements, especially in the building of Bale Agung, Pendhopo Teras, Angkatahun Temple, Naga Temple, Induk Temple and Palah Inscription. The cultural elements studied were also in the form of technology systems used, religion, arts, language and social organization. Based on the results of the study, it was found that there were mathematical concepts that were applied to these cultural buildings, these concepts were in the form of Cuboid and Quadrilateral Prism, Numbers and Number Symbols, Geometry Transformation (Translation and Reflection), and Probability. The building at Candi Panataran can be an object of learning in school for all levels (Primary and Secondary school).
Yuberti Yuberti, Yani Suryani, Indah Kurniawati
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 245-253; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6061

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This study aimed to develop a Four-Tier Test diagnostic test instrument that will be used to identify student misconceptions on work and simple machine topic. This research is a development research using the ADDIE model. The result of the research is a multiple-choice test instrument four-tier diagnostic test with the Certainty of Response Index (CRI) to identify misconceptions. The results of expert validation show that the questions are declared valid. Furthermore, the instrument was tested on grade VIII students of SMP Negeri 1 Kalirejo to determine the level of validity, reliability, difficulty, and differentiation on each item. Of the 20 items developed, 15 of them were declared feasible to identify student misconceptions
Reni Dwi Puspitasari, Kartini Herlina, Agus Suyatna
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 178-184; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6121

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In recent years, the flipped classroom and STEM learning approach has become one of the interesting studies in Education. Various researches were conducted to determine their impact on learning. This research is a descriptive survey conducted to determine the needs of teachers and students about e-module with the STEM integrated flipped classroom. Data were collected using a questionnaire with 15 respondents who work as physics teachers in Lampung Province and 30 respondents from grade XI students in one of the high schools in Bandar Lampung. Based on the survey results, we concluded that (1) 86% of physics teachers stated that they needed a STEM-integrated flipped classroom e-module, and (2) 78% of students stated that they were interested in learning by using a STEM-integrated flipped classroom e-module. So it is clear that physics teachers and students in Lampung need e-modules with a flipped classroom approach and integrated STEM.
Pengki Yudistira, Syaiful Syaiful, Evita Anggareini
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 153-164; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6146

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This quasi-experiment aims to determine the influence of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model and verbal-visual abilities on Grade VIII students’ learning outcomes. The population in this study were all students of SMPN 7 Kerinci and the sample of the study was 27 students from class VIII A as the experimental class and 26 students from class VIII B as the control class. Research data collection through test instruments to see students’ mathematics learning outcomes. Statistical analysis using two-way ANOVA with SPSS 21 software with a significance of 0.05. The results showed that there was an influence of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model and verbal-visual ability on the mathematics learning outcomes of Grade VIII students with sig. 0,001 0,005, there is an influence of verbal-visual ability on mathematics learning outcomes of class VIII students with sig. 0,000 0.05 and there is no interaction between the PBL model and verbal-visual ability in influencing students’ learning outcomes in class VIII with sig. 0.341 0.05.
Sugeng Sutiarso
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 185-195; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6768

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The ability of reversible thinking in mathematics has less attention, but most of the mathematical subject is reversible. This type of research was qualitative descriptive which aimed to analyze student’s reversible thinking skills on the graph concept. The subject of research were students of mathematics education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Lampung University taking the graph theory in the academic year 2019/2020. Research subjects were 40 people selected by the total sampling technique. The research data was collected through tests, namely the question of Ramsey number. Data were analyzed descriptively with 3 stages, namely data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The results showed that 42.5% of students had reversible thinking skills and 57.5% of students did not have them. Based on the results of this study, it was concluded that most students did not have reversible thinking skills on graph concepts.
Rizki Wahyu Yunian Putra, Suherman Suherman, Bambang Sri Anggoro, Aan Subhan Pamungkas
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 219-227; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.5206

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Learning in the industrial era 4.0 requires innovation in the development of teaching materials. The purpose of this research is to develop a valid and attractive Alqurun Teaching Model (ATM) teaching material for learning trigonometry. This research was a development research using the ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) model. Data were collected using a questionnaire. The small group test was conducted by 9 respondents and the large group test was carried out by 12 respondents. The results showed that based on material experts, this teaching material received a feasibility score of 4.06, 4.78 from media experts, and 4.19 from linguists, all of which indicated that this teaching material was in the very feasible category. The results of the small and large group tests showed a score of 3.36 and 4.21, meaning that this teaching material was very interesting. So, it can be concluded that this teaching material can be used in learning trigonometry.
Fulgensius Efrem Men, Bedilius Gunur, Ricardus Jundu, Polykarpus Raga
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 237-244; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.5955

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This study aimed to describe the students’ critical thinking processes in solving plane geometry problems based on cognitive styles and gender styles. This research used the descriptive qualitative method. The subjects of this study were four junior high school students selected based on differences in cognitive styles and gender styles. The instrument consisted of the main instruments are researchers and supporting instruments, namely problem-solving instruments, cognitive style instruments, and interview guidelines. The data were collected by means of tests and interviews. The results showed there is a significant difference in critical thinking based on students’ cognitive styles. Students with field independent cognitive style tend to go through critical thinking stages more fully than students with field dependent cognitive style. Besides that, gender differences also have an impact, although not as significant as the cognitive style.
Ahmad Syukri, Jefri Marzal, Muhaimin Muhaimin
Indonesian Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, Volume 3, pp 117-132; doi:10.24042/ijsme.v3i2.6201

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This study aims to describe the process of developing Constructivism-based Mathematics Multimedia, determine students’ perceptions of Multimedia and find out the level of improvement in students’ mathematics communication skills after using this Multimedia. This research ran for 1 month in class X MIPA 1, X MIPA 2, and X MIPA 3 SMAN 1 Jambi. The development model used in this study is the ADDIE development model. The type of data is qualitative data and quantitative data. From the results of the pre-test and post-test, it was found that 13 students had an increase in mathematical communication skills with high criteria, 7 students had an increase in mathematical communication skills with medium criteria, and 12 students had an increase in mathematical communication skills with low criteria. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that Constructivism-based Multimedia can improve the students’ mathematics communication skills.
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