Asih, Tri Sri Noor
Jurusan Matematika, FMIPA, Universitas Negeri Semarang

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Analisis Kemampuan Pemahaman Konsep Matematika Ditinjau dari Rasa Ingin Tahu Siswa pada Model Concept Attainment Aningsih, Aningsih; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 6 No 2 (2017): December 2017
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis kualitas pembelajaran model concept attainment dalam meningkatkan kemampuan pemahaman konsep matematika siswa dan mendeskripsikan kemampuan pemahaman konsep matematika siswa ditinjau dari rasa ingin tahu dalam pembelajaran matematika dengan model concept attainment. Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian kombinasi (mixed methods) dengan tipe strategi concurent embedded. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa kualitas pembelajaran dengan model concept attainment berkategori baik yang ditunjukkan dengan: (1) pada tahap perencanaan, perangkat pembelajaran yang telah disusun valid, (2) pada tahap pelaksanaan, keterlaksanaan pembelajaran berkategori baik dan mendapatkan respon positif dari siswa, serta (3) pada tahap evaluasi, telah memenuhi uji keefektifan. Selain itu, siswa dengan rasa ingin tahu tinggi sudah mampu mencapai keempat aspek kemampuan pemahaman konsep matematika, sedangkan siswa dengan rasa ingin tahu sedang dan rendah belum mampu mencapai keempat aspek kemampuan pemahaman konsep matematika. The purpose of this research is analyze the learning quality of attainment concept model in improving students' understanding conceptual of mathematics. In addition, this research also analyzes how students' understanding conceptual ability is viewed from the curiosity in mathematics learning with attainment concept model. This research is a combination research (mixed methods) with concurrent embedded strategy type. The results showed that the quality of learning with the attainment concept model uses a well-categorized indicated by: (1) at the planning stage, learning tools that have been compiled valid, (2) at the implementation stage, the implementation of good categorized learning and getting positive response from the students, and (3) at the evaluation stage, has met the effective test. In addition, students with high curiosity are able to achieve the four aspects of the ability understand conceptual of mathematics, while students with medium and low curiosity have not been able to achieve the four aspects of the ability understand conceptual of mathematics
Mathematical Literacy Skills Reviewed From Mathematical Resilience in The Learning of Discovery Learning Assisted by Schoology Afriyanti, Ice; Mulyono, Mulyono; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 7 No 1 (2018): June 2018
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This study has purpose to describe the quality of learning of Discovery Learning assisted by Schoology toward the mathematical literacy skills of students of grade X SMA Negeri 1 Blora and found the patterns of mathematical literacy skills that were analyzed based on the students' mathematical resilience. This study applied mixed method type of research with embedded concurrent embedded design. The subjects of this study were the students of grade X SMA Negeri 1 Blora. The result showed that. (1) the learning of Discovery Learning assisted with Schoology toward the mathematical literacy of students is considered good qualified. (2) found the patterns mathematical literacy skills such that (1) students with high mathematical resilience were able to master the five aspects of literacy skills, and master the two other aspects very well, (2) students with moderate mathematical resilience were able to master three aspects very well, and can master the four other aspects well, (3) students with low mathematical resilience, two aspects of literacy skills can be mastered well, average on one aspect of the literacy skills, and less well in mastering the other four aspects of literacy skills.
Mathematical Reasong and Math Anxiety on Connected Mathematics Project Based on Quantum Learning Wafirah, Milna; Asih, Tri Sri Noor
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 8 No 1 (2019): June 2019
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This research aims were (1) to know the quality of Connected Mathematics Project based on Quantum Learning and (2) to describe the reasoning patern based on math anxiety category. This study was a mixed method research with using concurrent embedded design. The population was VII grader students of SMPN 2 Salam, Magelang regency. The subjects was selected based on math anxiety category, such as low, middle, and high level. Data was collecting by questionnaire, observation, test, and interview. The result showed that (1) Connected Mathematics Project based on Quantum Learning was on good category (2) Students with low level of math anxiety satisfied six indicators of mathematical reasoning, students with middle level of math anxiety satisfied three indicators of mathematical reasoning, and students with high level of math anxiety satisfied the two indicators of mathematical reasoning.
Mathematical Problem Solving Ability Viewed from Extrovert Introvert Personality Types on Cooperative Learning Models Type Rally Coach Sari, Dian Kartika; Mulyono, Mulyono; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 8 No 2 (2019): December 2019
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This research aims were (1) to know the quality of cooperative learning models type Rally Coach, (2) to describe students’ mathematical problem solving ability based on introvert personality type, and (3) to describe students’ mathematical problem solving ability based on extrovert personality. This study was a mixed method research with using sequential explanatory design. The population was 8th grade students of SMP N 1 Sumbang academic year 2017/2018. The subjects was selected based on extrovert personality type and introvert personality type. Data was collecting by questionnaire, observation, test, and interview. The result showed that (1) Cooperative learning models type Rally Coach was on good category (2) student with type personality introvert resolve the problem solving able to understand a problem well, plan problem solving well, carry out the problem will according to plan, and looking back for the against answer (3) student with type personality extrovert resolve the problem solving able to understand a problem well, plan problem solving well, in carry out a plan student cannot sit in an implement well that will not find correct answer, student cannot check their answer.
Mathematical Literacy Ability Viewed from Student Engagement on Formulate Share Listen Create Model with Reciprocal Teaching Approach Assisted by Edmodo Widyaswara, Ikha Brillyani; Wardono, Wardono; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 8 No 2 (2019): December 2019
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The aims of this study were to determine the effectiveness of formulate share listen create (FSLC) model with reciprocal teaching approach assisted by Edmodo towards the achievement of students' mathematical literacy ability and describe the profile of students' mathematical literacy ability based on their engagement groups. This research was a mix-methods sequential explanatory design study. The population was 7th grade students of SMP N 4 Semarang in the academic year 2017/2018. The research subjects were determined based on the group of student engagement consisting of upper, middle and lower groups. Data were obtained from engagement questionnaire, mathematical literacy ability test and interview. The results showed that FSLC model with reciprocal teaching approach assisted by Edmodo was effective towards the achievement of students' mathematical literacy ability. In general, the profile of students' mathematical literacy can be stated as follows. The upper group students mastered communication, mathematisation, representation, reasoning and argument, and devising strategy well. Students with middle engagement group could master communication, mathematisation, representation, devising strategy well. While the lower engagement group, students mastered the representation quite well, but they mastered devising strategy and using symbols / languages / operations component in different way. By paying attention to student engagement, teachers can design the right learning strategy according to students circumstances.
Students’ Mathematical Literacy Based on Self-Esteem By Brain Based Learning With Trigo-Fun E-Module Zakkia, Agustin; Isnarto, Isnarto; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 10 No A (2021): January, 2021 (Special Edition)
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This study aims to describe the ability of mathematical literacy based on the mathematical self-esteem of class X students. This type of research is a mixed method. The design of this study is sequential explanatory. The population in this study was class X SMA Negeri 1 Slawi consisting of ten classes. The sampling technique using purposive sampling and selected class X.10 as an experimental class. Determination of the subject grouped by self-esteem with high, medium, and low categories to be interviewed about students' mathematical literacy abilities. The results showed that learning the description of mathematical literacy ability in terms of students' self-esteem varied. This is shown from 4 students with high self-esteem obtained by mathematics literacy results in the form of 2 students in the high category and 1 student in the medium category. From 27 students with moderate self-esteem, mathematics literacy results were obtained in the form of 7 students in the high category, 14 students in the moderate category, and 6 students in the low category. From 4 students with low self-esteem mathematical literacy results in the form of 1 student in the high category and 3 students in the low category.
Mathematics Literacy Skill on Problem Based Learning Assisted by E-Module Agito Based on Learning Motivation Priyonggo, Hendi Widi; Wardono, Wardono; Noor Asih, Tri Sri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 10 No A (2021): January, 2021 (Special Edition)
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This research aims to describe mathematics literacy skill of students based on learning motivation. This mixed method research used sequential explanatory design with non-randomized control group, pretest-posttest design. This research was conducted at SMK Negeri 2 Purbalingga with population taken from X automotive light vehicle department. The technique to take the sample was purposive sampling. The findings showed various mathematics literacy skill based on learning motivation. It was shown from 4 students with high learning motivatios, 3 of them having high mathematics literacy skill and 1 moderate mathematics literacy skill. There were 23 students with moderate motivation, 1 of them having high mathematics literacy skill, 20 moderate, and 2 poor mathematics literacy skill. There were 7 poor learning motivation consisting of 5 moderate mathematics literacy skill and 2 poor skill.
Mathematics Problem Solving Skill in ARIAS Learning with Scaffolding Strategy Viewed from Adversity Quotient based on Gender Wicaksono, Dhanang Bayu; Waluya, S. B.; Sri Noor Asih, Tri
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 10 No A (2021): January, 2021 (Special Edition)
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This research aims to describe mathematics problem solving skill seen from adversity quotient based on gender of VIII graders. This mixed – method used sequential explanatory design. The population was taken from VIII graders of 11 Semarang, consisting of seven classes. The techniques of collecting data was purposive sampling. The findings showed that adversity quotient of the students were varied. They were shown from 10 high adversity quotient students consisting of 6 high mathematics problem solving skilled students and 4 moderate skilled students. From 17 students with moderate adversity quotient, 6 of them had high mathematics problem solving skills, 9 moderate skilled students, and 2 poor skilled students. From 5 students with poor adversity quotient, one of them had high mathematics problem solving skill, 2 moderate skill, and 2 poor skill students. Female students had higher mathematics problem solving skill than the male students. Female students also could re-check again their answers with different ways while male students could re-check with the same ways on high problem solving skill category.
Mathematical Problem Solving Skill Viewed from Epistemic Curiosity on Fostering Communities of Learners Hasanah, Nur; Sri Noor Asih, Tri; Kharisudin, Iqbal
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 10 No A (2021): January, 2021 (Special Edition)
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This research aims to describe mathematics problem solving skill viewed from epistemic curiosity of students on Fostering Communities of Learners of VIII graders about probability material. The design of this research was mixed concurrent – triangulation method. This mixed method took the research subjects purposively. They consisted of 6 students, each of 3 students with high and moderate epistemic curiosity. The findings showed that mathematics problem solving skill viewed from epistemic curiosity were varied. It was shown by 8 students with high epistemic curiosity whom obtained 4 high mathematics problem solving skilled students and 4 moderate skilled students. From 22 students with moderate epistemic curiosity, it obtained 10 high mathematics problem solving skilled students and 12 moderate skilled students. The students with high and moderate epistemic curiosity tended to be incapable in determining appropriate problem solving strategy.
Mathematics Connective Skill Reviewed based on Adversity Quotient on CORE Learning Konita, Mita; Asikin, Mohammad; Asih, Tri Sri Noor
Unnes Journal of Mathematics Education Research Vol 10 No A (2021): January, 2021 (Special Edition)
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This research aims to describe mathematics connective skill reviewed based on adversity quotient of students on CORE learning model of X graders in learning geometry. This concurrent triangulation mixed method used quantitative data technique by mathematics connective skill test and the qualitative data was obtained by documentation, questionnaire, and interview. The subjects were selected by purposive sampling and consisted of 6 students, each of three students were categorized as camper and climber adversity quotients. The findings showed that different AQ categories would have different mathematics connective skills. It was shown by three climber students met 5 indicators of mathematics connective skills. Meanwhile, 3 camper students met three mathematics connective skill indicators.