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Journal Jurnal Tadris Matematika

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Vivi Suwanti, Trija Fayeldi
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.175-184

Abstract:This study’s aim is to describe mathematics education college students difficulties when doing mathematical proof. This study employs descriptive qualitative methods. This study subjects are 3 mathematic education college students who take real analysis class. The subjects was chosen according to their mathematics proposition proof ability in real analysis. The study was carried out by two step tests, they are written and oral test. Based on the study results we know that: college student with high ability tends to have difficulty in write the information that used to proof in written form, but they still manage to get the right proof; college student with middle ability tends to have difficulty in construct the suitable steps and logics to proof the proposition; and college student with low ability tends to have difficulty in understanding the purpose, meaning, and properties that given by the known proposition in the task. In order to deepen this study results, in the next study, we can employs a standard method to detects difficulty, such as NEA (Newton’s Error Analysis), to find more structured results.
Dikri Maulana Azis, Hamidah Suryani Lukman, Nur Agustiani
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.193-206

Abstract:This study’s aim is to find out and describe the types of class X student error IPA 1 SMA Negeri 1 Cisaat as well as solutions to solve student error on linear equation system material three variables. The type of research used in this study was the type of descriptive qualitative research. The location of this research was in SMA Negeri 1 Cisaat. This study took the subject of research as many as four students with the technique of taking the subject by purposive sampling. Data analysis techniques conducted in this research are data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. After the data were analyzed then validated the validity of the data by using technique triangulation, that is by comparing the result of the student's answer on test questions and interview result. The results obtained from this study are the type of concept mistakes made the subject of research on misconceptions reached 32.26%. Then the type of procedural error is a mistake that is often done by the subject of research, procedure error reached 48.39%. Therefore, the type of error in using the operation or calculation as much as 19.35%.
Elga Azmala Putri, Yanti Mulyanti, Aritsya Imswatama
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.167-174

Abstract:This study’s aim is to find out experimentation of discovery learning model and direct learning model to critical thinking ability in terms of learning motivation of learners in quadrilateral and triangle mater. The method used in this study is quantitative in the form of quasi experiments. Instruments in this study are critical thinking skills tests presented in the form of post-test, learning motivation questionnaire and observation sheet. Hypothesis test analysis in this research is anava test of two cell road is not equal to the significant level α = 5%. Based on the research results can be concluded that: (1) There is a difference of critical thinking ability between learners using discovery learning model with learners using direct learning model; (2) There is a difference of critical thinking ability of learners who have high learning motivation with learners who have low learning motivation.
Febi Febriyani, Yanti Mulyanti, Hamidah Suryani Lukman
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.185-192

Abstract:This study’s is the result of research that aims to develop the Student Worksheet Project Based Learning based Islamic charged in enhancing the ability of understanding the concept. The research was conducted by the Research and Development (R & D) was applied in 10 stages of research. Data collection instruments were used expert assessment form to determine the product validation, evaluation sheets and questionnaires student's teacher to determine the practicality of the product, as well as a test sheet to determine the ability of understanding the concept of product effectiveness. The results of the data analysis Student Worksheet validation assessment by experts to get an average score of 4.29 with high decent criteria. The results of the data analysis Student Worksheet practicability assessment by the teacher to get a score of 4.4 with the criteria very decent and student questionnaire on a small scale and large scale each get a score of 3.33 to 4.06 with the criterion of good and very good criteria. The results of the assessment of effectiveness of data analysis Student Worksheet tests are divided into two groups, namely small-scale test with 20 students and a large-scale test with 40 students. The results of two tests to get a score each, which is the average value of small-scale student 73.44 and an average value of large-scale student 73.75. The average value of student test small scale and large-scale use of the above KKM school is 70.
Raras Kartika Sari
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.157-166

Abstract:The study was conducted to analyze student errors in the statistical problem-solving process using Newman in terms of metacognitive tacit use. The research method used is qualitative method. Data analysis used is the analysis of the results of the test, questionnaire analysis and analysis of interview transcripts. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that the subjects of tacit use metacognitive categories did not know their weaknesses in the learning process, gave inconsistent answers, had little confidence, focused only on answers and not on the process. Subjects with tacit use metacognitive categories made mistakes in solving statistical problems almost at all stages of Newman. Newman's error analysis consists of reading errors, comprehension errors, transformation errors, process skills errors, encoding errors. The subject is wrong in interpreting the symbol, the subject cannot determine what is known and asked about the question, the subject does not write detailed calculation steps, and the subject cannot conclude the final answer to the problem solving. Errors in completing the test questions occur because the subject does not re-check the answers given in the problem.
Timbul Yuwono, Mulya Supanggih, Rosita Dwi Ferdiani
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.137-144

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to analyze mathematical problem-solving abilities based on Polya's steps and the causes of students' errors in solving mathematical problems. The problem-solving stage consists of 4 stages, namely the stage of understanding the problem, planning a solution, carrying out a solution plan, and looking back. This study used 6 subjects from 25 eighth grade students of SMP Terpadu Turen. Data collection is done by tests and interviews. Data validity test is done by triangulation technique. The results of this study were (1) at the stage of understanding many students, they did not experience difficulties because students were able to understand the problem, (2) at the planning stage there were some students who did not write the completion plan but understood the way they would do to solve the problem but they were not used to write down the plan, (3) at the stage of carrying out the plan there were some students who have difficulty because they are less thorough so that they are not aware of the mistakes made. This is because students lack concentration in solving problems, (4) at the stage of looking back there are students who have not reached this stage because they have not completed the previous stage.
Nadia Roosmalita Sari
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.145-156

Abstract:Learning methods in schools tend to use lecture and book models as learning media. Whereas at present, technology is growing rapidly. The use of technology as a learning medium is very important to attract students' interest in learning. At the Elementary School level, children still like learning while playing. This research proposes animation as a learning media for students in elementary schools. This media can be used by teachers as learning media. This animation media is expected to attract students' interest in learning, especially in mathematics subjects. In animation, visualization in the form of images moving on the subject of mathematics becomes one of the things that need to be optimized. The purpose of this study was to develop animation learning media as an alternative self-learning tool to help to master mathematics subjects for students and find out the feasibility of products for mathematics learning. The research and development methodology used in this study is Research and Development (R & D). This methodology covers all things related to development to produce quality interactive learning media software. Based on the trial, 81% of media experts, 88% of material experts, 70% of initial field tests, and 93% of field trials were obtained. Based on these results, the animation media for mathematics subjects has been feasible to be used as a medium of self-learning with an average value of 83% validation.
Asri Putri Anugraini
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.123-136

Abstract:This study aims to teach students in the use of insert shape facilities through contextual learning on geometry material to improve students' understanding at SDN 1 Panggungerjo Kepanjen. The type of research used by Classroom Action Research. This study was carried out in two cycles and each cycle of three meetings. The research subjects were 45 third grade students of SDN 1 Panggungrejo Kepanjen. Data to be taken are: a) observation results, b) student test results, c) interview results, d) results of field notes. The process of contextual learning with insert shape facilities starts from the initial, core and final activities. The initial activity consisted of researchers grouping students, conveying learning objectives, giving questions, introducing geometry, introducing insert shapes. The core activity, studying the geometry of concrete media, giving assignments, practice insert shape applications, presentations. The final activity is reflection. The results of classroom action research in the first cycle show that the average value of student learning outcomes reached 50%. In cycle II student learning outcomes have increased by 70%. In the second cycle students were very enthusiastic about learning geometry and students could calculate the circumference and area of geometry and could practice computers with insert shape facilities.
Siskatur Riskiyah, Ukhti Raudhatul Jannah, Septi Dariyatul Aini
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.2.111-122

Abstract:This study aims to describe the analysis of students' critical thinking abilities with high mathematics abilities in solving functional problems at SMAN 1 Pamekasan. This research was conducted at SMAN 1 Pamekasan with the research subjects of 3 students with high math abilities from 36 students of class X-F. This research is a case study with a qualitative approach. Data is collected through test methods, interviews, and documentation. The results of the study explain that in solving the function problems in the form of a story about the linear function of the three subjects able to fulfill all indicators of critical thinking, namely interpretation, analysis, evaluation, inference, explanation, and self-regulation. However, the three subjects have different critical thinking abilities when solving problems in the form of stories about quadratic function. The difference is the first subject meets all indicators of critical thinking, the second subject meets all critical thinking indicators except inference and self-regulation indicators, while the third subject only fulfills evaluation and explanation indicators. Information about the description of students' critical thinking abilities with high mathematics ability can be used as information to design the right learning process in the world of education.
Galandaru Swalaganata
Jurnal Tadris Matematika, Volume 1; doi:10.21274/jtm.2018.1.1.65-76

Abstract:Mathematical sciences that study basic mathematical operations that is addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are arithmetic. Arithmetic lessons have been introduced since entering formal education. It can deliver with various ways, one of them is using a line of numbers or represent with objects, such as marbles, books, and pencils. As the development of science and technology, the delivery process can be done by using mobile devices. For example smartphones, tablets and laptops. Utilization can be done by making games or more commonly known as ICT-based learning media. With the game related to math, users can not only play games, but also can sharpen the ability to solve problems related to math. Gametika made with Adobe Flash Professional CS6 software and Adobe Air 3.2 application runtime with waterfall design model consisting of: (1) system requirement analysis; (2) design system; (3) implementation; (4) trials; (5) deployment; and (6) treatment. This game can run on a smartphone with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system or a newer android version and smartphone screen resolution of at least 320 x 480 pixels. Gametika can also be played on a PC or laptop. The validation results are declared valid and suitable for use especially for children aged 10-13 years.
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