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International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research
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International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research (IJTMER) E-ISSN 2621-8488 DOI Prefix 10.33122/ijtmer by is a peer-reviewed open-access international journal who aims to the sharing, dissemination and discussion of current trends research results, experience and perspectives across a wide range of mathematics education, teaching mathematics, development in mathematics instruction, innovations in mathematics learning, and current trends issue in mathematics education research. This journal will be published four issue per year in March, June, September and December published by the IIES Independent.
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The Effect of Angklung Musical Instrument on the Ability to Recognize Number Symbols and Fine Motorik of Children Aged 5-6 Years Widorini, Lia Indah Septiwin; Hasibuan, Rachma; Trihariastuti, Retno
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (496.698 KB) | DOI: 10.33122/ijtmer.v2i1.122

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This study aims to educate early childhood children about learning to recognize number notation easily and how to play angklung correctly. With the playing Angklung can develop the ability to recognize symbols of the numerical notation and fine motor that is coordinating between eyes by hand. This study was conducted in children aged 5-6 years at the Taman Kasih Kindergarten in Surabaya, with a total of 23 control classes and 23 experimental classes for children. This study uses quantitative research that uses experimental methods and has a control group. The feasibility of angklung media from media experts and material experts with very valid criteria and is appropriate to use. Pretest results of children's abilities are still many who have not developed 74%, have not developed 4%, and have developed as expected 17%. After being given treatment using the angklung instrument, the ability of 70% of children to develop is very good and 30% to develop as expected. Based on the data above, the angklung media used in playing musical instruments in recognizing numerical notation symbols can improve the cognitive aspects of early childhood development while the results of pretest results of fine motor skills of children are still at the stage of developing as much as 54% and fine motor skills that develop as expected as much as 46%. After being treated as much as five times, then held a posttest increased to fine motor skills of children to develop very well 76% and develop as expected 24%.
Difficulties of Undergraduate Students to Understand of 2nd Calculus A, Ruslimin; Masriyah, Masriyah; Manuharawati, Manuharawati
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to describe the types of difficulties and factors causing the undergraduate students of Mathematics Education to have difficulty to understand materials of 2nd Calculus. This research is descriptive research with quantitative and qualitative approach. The research instruments used were tests and interview guides. The data analysis techniques consisted of three stages, namely: data reduction, data presentation and conclusions. The results of his research are the types of difficulties faced by students of S1 Mathematics Education in understanding 2nd Calculus  lecture material, namely: Difficulties in the stage of understanding, Difficulties in the transformation phase, Difficulties in the process skills stage, Difficulties at the stage of writing answers / solutions and the factors that caused by intellectual factors, namely: students do not understand the integral concept of substitution, Students do not understand the concept of trigonometric comparisons, students do not understand how to make an integral substitution example and do the substitution substitution into an integral form whose solution is to be sought, students do not understand about decomposition in trigonometry and do not understand which one decomposes and which one decreases, students do not know the formulas commonly used in trigonometry.
The Implementation of 2013 Curriculum in Mathematics Learning at SMA Muhammadiyah 3 Tangerang Saputra, Nisvu Nanda; Sukmawati, Rika
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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The objectives in this study are 1) Describe the implementation of the 2013 curriculum in mathematics learning, 2) Formulate what factors support and hinder the implementation of the 2013 curriculum. This study is a type of qualitative research using a descriptive approach. The study subjects were mathematics teachers who taught in class X of SMA Muhammadiyah 3 in Tangerang City. Data collection techniques used are in-depth interviews, observation, documentation. Technical data analysis is done by reducing, presenting data, and verification. The results showed that the X grade mathematics teacher in implementing the 2013 curriculum was still lacking. This can be seen by teachers not compiling RPPs based on the 2013 curriculum. As a result, the learning process is not in accordance with the demands according to 2013 curriculum references. Factors that prevent teachers from implementing the 2013 curriculum are teachers who have not attended 2013 curriculum training, teachers have not joined and are taking part in routine activities in the city high school MGMP routine Tangerang, schools have not facilitated 2013 curriculum training activities and the lack of existing infrastructure in the school environment to support the implementation of the 2013 curriculum
Effect of Thinking Aloud Pair Problem Solving (TAPPS) Method with Audio Visual Media for Students' Critical Thinking Ability Anggraeni, Ruly; Andriani, Siska; AD, Yahya
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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The study aimed to find out the effect of the Thinking Aloud Pair Problem Solving (TAPPS) learning method with Audio-visual media, Thinking Aloud Pair Problem Solving (TAPPS) learning methods and expository learning models on students' critical thinking skills conducted by researchers at the VIII SMP Middle School Bandar Lampung students. The method used in this study is a quantitative method with a type of quasi-experimental design. The population in this study were all eighth grade students of Bandar Bandar Junior High School and the samples were students of class VIII C, VIII D, VIII E. Class VIII C and VIII D as the experimental class and class VIII E as the control class. Data collection uses tests, observation, documentation and interviews. The data analysis technique used is the normality test, homogeneity test, hypothesis testing using one-way analysis ANOVA. Calculation of data was analyzed using inferential statistics with the help of SPSS 16.0 software application. Based on the results of the calculation of research data obtained that the value of sig <?, ? = 0.05 where the significance value of 0.049 H0 is rejected. Shows that the Thinking Aloud Pair Problem Solving (TAPPS) method with Audio-visual media is more effective than learning using the expository model on students' critical thinking abilities.
Student Perceptions of Blended Assessment Approach in The Bachelor of Education Degrees in Mathematics And Science Through Open Distance And E–Learning (Odel) Matorevhu, Alois
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Blended assessment approach (BAA) comprising closed book test (CBT) and open book test (OBT) assessment strategies is being used in the Bachelor of Education Degrees in Mathematics and Science ODeL programme offered by a University M in Zimbabwe. Adherents to BAA identify compensating for weaknesses of one strategy by another, as its major strength.  Research studies reveal that if assessment strategies are aligned to assessment objectives the gap between the intended and achieved curricula is reduced. This study was conducted to explore how BAA enhanced congruency between the BED Mathematics and Science ODeL intended and achieved curricula based on the perceptions of in? service teachers in the programme. Interviews, focus group discussions (FDGs) and document analysis were used to gather data.  Qualitative data analysis techniques were used, since they were consistent with the objectives of the study. Findings reveal that giving a compulsory OPT after the CBT ensured that learners concentrated both on areas they had challenges, as well as consolidating what they got correct in the CBT. This tended to broaden and deepen frontiers of knowledge of the in?service teachers in their respective subject areas (Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry). All the in?service teachers in the study concurred that the learner?centred nature of the BAA approach was effective in achieving curriculum objectives. They (in?service teachers) could not hide their support for the BAA by showing their preparedness to immediately implement it in teaching and learning at their schools. Further studies on the use of formative (continuous) assessment strategies like presentations, question setting, group projects and exhibitions by learners are recommended, to improve the blend of assessment strategies in the BAA.
Student’s Difficulty Identification in Completing the Problem of Equation and Trigonometry Identities Rohimah, Siti Maryam; Prabawanto, Sufyani
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to identify the types of difficulties experienced by high school students in solving equations and trigonometric identities. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative research method because researchers want to describe or describe the facts of students' difficulties in solving equations and trigonometric identities. The data collection technique in this study is by using respondents' ability tests and interviews. Based on the results of data analysis, there are three aspects of students 'difficulties in solving trigonometric equations and also there are three aspects of students' difficulties in solving trigonometric identity problems. The difficulties of students in solving trigonometric equations, namely the difficulty of students in deciphering the form of the problem, difficulty in factoring in the form of trigonometric quadratic equations, and difficulties using the basic trigonometric equations. Whereas, the difficulties of students in solving trigonometric identity problems, namely the difficulty of students applying general trigonometry formulas, difficulty describing each of the trigonometric comparison relationships, and difficulties in performing algebraic calculations/computation.
Implementation of Basic Local Alignment Search for Detection H1N1 Sequence Alignment Vulandari, Retno Tri; Siswanti, Sri; Kusumawijaya, Andriani Kusumaningrum; Sandradewi, Kumaratih
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Bioinformatics is a science that studies the management and analysis of biological information. Bioinformatics includes application of mathematics, statistics, and informatics to biological problems to solve. Bioinformatics can store data generated by the genome project with regular and high degree of accuracy. Basic local alignment search is one of the methods used to process penyejajaran molecular data sequences. In 2009, there is a virus that attacks the respiratory tract that is the swine flu. The virus is spread around the world, so that retrieved the journal research on diverse virus DNA sequences in different endemic countries. Therefore, in this study will be explained about the process sequence alignment of the H1N1 swine flu virus. H1N1 Weiss AF 250365.2 and H1N1 Swine AF250364.2 have 90% similarity level.
Students' Relational Thinking in Solving Word Problem Based Cognitive Style Bahri, Akhmad Syaiful; Lukito, Agung; Masriyah, Masriyah
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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This study is motivated by students' low relational thinking ability. Relational thinking is one of the interesting problems in mathematics education. In this study will be examined the ability of relational thinking field-dependent and independent students in solving the arithmetic word problem. The method used in this study is qualitative descriptive. This research was conducted on 7th-grade of junior school students of Surabaya. The subjects of this study were 1 student who had a field-independent cognitive style and 1 student who had a field-dependent cognitive style. The data of the students' relational thinking process is obtained through the results of solving arithmetic word problem and interviews. Subject selection is done using instrument group embedded figures test. The results of the research showed that students with cognitive field-dependent experiences had difficulties in thinking and have not been able to establish the relationship between information elements and previous knowledge to solve problems. Whereas students with independent field cognitive styles were capable of relational thinking, namely by building interrelationships between elements of information and prior knowledge and knowledge of the properties of structure to solve problems.
Statistical Resoning Student In Statistical Problem Based On Sex Differences Luthfaturrohmah, Luthfaturrohmah; Ekawati, Rooselyna; Rahaju, Endah Budi
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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The purpose of this study is to describe the level of statistical reasoning of male students in statistical problems, and describe the level of statistical reasoning of female students in statistical problems. The method used in this study is descriptive qualitative which describes the level of statistical reasoning of male and female students in statistical problems solving. The results of his research are there are differences in the level of statistical reasoning of male and female students in solving statistical problems. There are differences in the level of statistical reasoning between male and female students in the statistical reasoning process. Differences in the level of statistical reasoning between male and female students in the process of analyzing and interpreting data. Male students at level 4 and female students at level 5, whereas in the process of describing data, organizing data and replicating data on male and female students are at the same level. In describing data on male and female students at level 4, in the organizing process data on male and female students at level 3, in the process of representing data on male and female students at level 5.
Psichological disposition of student; Mathematics anxiety vesus happines learning on the level education Winarso, Widodo; Haqq, Arif Abdul
International Journal of Trends in Mathematics Education Research Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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The purpose of this study is to analyze students' psychological dispositions about student learning anxiety and happiness on the level of education. Elementary school, Junior high school and Senior High School students in the city of Cirebon were the subjects in this study. Mixed methods research with a sequential transformative strategy model was chosen to answer the problem of this research. Through a stratified random sampling technique, two types of research data were obtained; quantitative and qualitative data. Both of these data were analyzed by two data analysis techniques. Quantitative data analysis used is chi-square and contingency correlation, while qualitative data analysis uses triangulation of data sources. The results showed that there were differences in the level of mathematics anxiety and learning happiness of students at each level of education. Senior High School students have a high level of math anxiety when compared to elementary and Junior high school students. While in terms of happiness learn, students the elementary school is happier learning when compared to the other two types of students. This condition is also strengthened by the existence of a significant relationship between mathematics anxiety and happiness learn student with the level of education

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