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Mathematics Course Design Based On Six Questions Cognitive Theory Using Hawgent Dynamic Mathematic Software CunHua, Liu; Ying, Zhou; Qunzhuang, Ouyang; Wijaya, Tommy Tanu
Journal on Education Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Journal On Education, Volume 2 Nomor 1, 2019
Publisher : Departement of Mathematics Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (426.594 KB) | DOI: 10.31004/joe.v2i1.266

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In the context of "Internet +", using information and intelligence in the education field has become an inevitable trend now. Based on Six-Questions cognitive theory, taking monotonic functions as an example, designing a mathematic learning media using hawgent to solve problems such as “boredom” and “basic understanding” in they present teaching. The goal is to explore the information technology as it can be a reference to optimizing the classroom teaching.
The Corelation Of Students’ Mathematics Learning Engagement On Their Academic Performance In Junior High School Jie, Zhang Li; Ying, Zhou; Zhao, Mo Zong
Journal on Education Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Journal On Education, Volume 2 Nomor 1, 2019
Publisher : Departement of Mathematics Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (386.495 KB) | DOI: 10.31004/joe.v2i1.309

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In this study, 312 junior high school students are tested on their mathematics learning engagement and achievement. This research will also find out the connection between the students’ mathematics learning engagement with their mathematics academic performance. The results of this research show that junior high school students’ mathematics learning engagement is closely related to their mathematics academic performance in which cognitive engagement has the highest correlation and emotional engagement has the lowest correlation with students’ mathematics academic performance. The result also shows that when there is a higher mathematics academic achievement, the mathematics learning engagement will also be higher. This research also shows that gender factor doesn’t really affects the students’ mathematics learning engagement but their geographic factor does affect the learning engagement.
Using VBA Learning Media To Improve Students’ Mathematical Understanding Ability Wijaya, Tommy Tanu; Ying, Zhou; Cunhua, Liu; Zulfah, Zulfah
Journal on Education Vol 2 No 3 (2020): Journal On Education: Volume 2 Nomor 3
Publisher : Departement of Mathematics Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31004/joe.v2i3.314

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Trigonometry is one of the basic of mathematics that is taught in high school. Students always thinks that trigonometry is a hard theory and this research aims to overcome the students’ problems by using VBA learning media base on the 6-question cognitive theory. This research will use the experiment method with a pre-test and post-test to see the difference on the students’ mathematics understanding ability that uses VBA learning media based on the 6-question cognitive theory and the one that uses traditional teaching method. The result of this research is that there is a difference and an increase in the students’ mathematics understanding ability that uses VBA learning media base on the 6-question cognitive theory compared to the students who uses traditional teaching method.
Teaching Derivative Concept Using 6 Questions Cognitive Model Lan, Xiaofeng; Ying, Zhou
Journal of Didactic Mathematics Vol 1, No 3 (2020): Desember
Publisher : Mahesa Research Center

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34007/jdm.v1i3.371

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Derivative is one of the basic concepts of calculus, has an extremely rich practical background and wide application. However, "low exploration" of the limit thought in teaching and learning activities have caused difficulties in future advanced mathematics learning. The purpose of this study is to create a learning model that helps students understand calculus. The method in this research is using research and development method, designing a learning model using 6 questions cognitive model on derivative material. Based on the results of developing a new learning model in this study using the six questions cognitive model to explore mathematics from the six dimensions of "from where", "what ", "why", "how", "what if it changed" and "think about it", The teaching and learning activities when teaching derivative under the cultural background reflects the continuity, naturalness and order of teaching. The results of this study indicate that 6 question cognitive models can help students learn the basic concept of calculus. The results of this study can be implemented by teachers in schools to improve the quality of high school student learning