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Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR)
ISSN : 27158535     EISSN : 27159787     DOI : 10.37303
Core Subject : Education,
The Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) is open access journal research in education and mathematics learning. This Journal is published twice a year (May and November) by the Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education at Wisnuwardhana University of Malang. The Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR), mainly focuses on major issues in the development of mathematics education. Focus and scope; 1) Assessment and evaluation, 2) Curriculum Development of Mathematics Education, 3) Teaching and Learning Mathematics, 4) Models of Teaching, 4) Instructional media, 5) Teacher Professional Development, 6) High Order Thinking Skills, 7) E-learning, 8) Mathematical Thinking, and 9) Etnomathematics. We accept articles in English and Indonesian.
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Analysis of Digital Competencies of 21st Century Teachers of Mathematics Education by Pentagonal Fuzzy Number and Some of Its Arithmetic Operations Rahul Kar; Ashok Kumar Shaw
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.39

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Digital competencies is a collection of digital skills, categorized into five main areas of focus. They are designed as a tool for students to use to reflect on the digital skills and critical perspectives they develop while in school or college, in curricular and co-curricular experiences. The factors in digital competencies are digital survival skills, digital communication, data management and preservation, data analysis and presentation, critical making, design and development. In this paper we use pentagonal fuzzy number to find out the failure of digital competencies of 21st century teacher in mathematics education on the basis of the above criteria.
Efforts to Improve Mathematics Learning Outcomes through The Implementation of PBL Model on SPLDV Material Arinda Pratini; Maimunah Maimunah; Syarifah Nur Siregar
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.41

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This classroom action research aims to improve learning outcomes of students through the implementation of the problem-based learning model. This research was carried out at the VIII1 class of SMP Negeri 3 Pekanbaru in academic year 2019/2020 on the material of two-variable linear equation systems (SPLDV). The subjects were 39 students consisting of 18 male and 21 female students with heterogenous academic ability. This research was conducted within 2 cycles, namely; the first cycle consisted of two meetings and the second cycle consisted of three meetings. The instruments of this research were learning medias consisting of syllabus, student’s worksheet, as well as the data collection instruments consisting of teacher and students’ activities sheet and students learning outcomes sheets. According to the results of the analysis of the teacher and student activity data, it shows that there is an improvement in each meeting after the implementation of the PBL model. Student mathematics learning outcomes data on knowledge and skill competencies also indicate an increase in the percentage of students with learning outcomes equal to or more than 75 in accordance with the established minimum passing criteria. The results of this study specify that the implementation of the PBL model is able to improve students learning outcomes of class VIII1 students of SMP Negeri 3 Pekanbaru for the 2019/2020 academic year on SPLDV material.
Characteristics of Students In Resolving Word Problems Based on Gender Fatqurhohman Fatqurhohman
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.42

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This study aims to analyze student errors in resolving word problems, which are then formulated into characteristics of student errors according to gender. The subject selection was done randomly from male and female students of grade VII who made mistakes in solving the questions. Research data from the test results of 2 items word problem type. The form of student error is based on misconceptions, procedures, and techniques. The results showed the students' misconceptions, don’t understand question commands, do not write information correctly, misinterpret question information, do not simplify fractions correctly, do not understand the value of fractions, misunderstand number signs/symbols and do not understand number signs/symbols, incorrectly determine signs/symbols of operations. Procedural error, incorrectly determining the settlement operation Technical errors, incorrectly using calculation operation marks, incorrectly performing calculation operations, incomplete settlement steps, incomplete simplification, incorrect simplification. Technical errors, namely calculations are not in accordance with the command, less careful (careless) writing answers, errors in writing answers and it do not match the command questions (conclusion). The reason is not understanding the reading and not being familiar with the questions. Students' understanding and knowledge of reading have an important role in identifying, interpreting, and even selecting or determining completion strategies.
Testing through the Mann-Whitney Method and the Wilcoxon Signed Level on Learning Cube and Perfect Cube Roots Endro Tri Susdarwono
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.43

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The purpose of this study is to discuss the testing using the Mann-Whitney method and the Wilcoxon signaled level for learning perfect cube and cube root. This research is a quantitative study, while the method used is experimental. The quantitative approach used includes the Mann-Whitney test and Wilcoxon's signed rank test. The conclusions of this study are that: 1) for the Mann-Whitney test on the pretest value of the control group and the experimental group it is concluded that before the treatment of two groups, namely control and experiment, had the same ability in mastering the material to the third power and the cube root; 2) For the Mann-Whitney test on the post-test scores of the control group and the experimental group, it is concluded that after the treatment of two groups, namely the control and the experimental group, they have different abilities in mastery of the material in the third power and the cube root; whereas 3) for the Wilcoxon-signed level test on the pretest and posttest scores of the experimental group, it was concluded that there was a difference between the conditions before and after being given treatments on the mastery of the material to the third power and the perfect cube root.
Multimedia Development of Android Based Mathematics Learning in Elementary School Students Rahmah Kumullah; Khaerun Nisa'a Tayibu
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.44

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This research uses a research and development (R&D) approach. by adapting Alessi and Trolip's development model, namely (1) planning, includes: problem analysis and needs analysis, (2) Design, includes: manufacture flowcharts, storyboards, and interface design, (3) the media development stage, includes material gathering, product manufacturing, code writing, alpha testing, revisions, and beta testing. Data collection tools used were questionnaires, data obtained then analyzed by quantitative descriptive techniques. The research results note that: (1) multimedia development results mathematics learning in the form of an android application with the format * .apk, (2) online general multimedia learning developed is very suitable for use as learning support with an eligibility percentage of 83.34% of the experts media, 70.5% from material experts, and 92.9%, from users, and (3) completeness of the results student learning after using multimedia learning mathematics very much good, which is 80%, thus it can be concluded that the application has a positive impact on student learning outcomes.
Reviewing Lessons With Mind Mapping By The Help of 6 Questions Cognitive Model To Help Students Learn Better Xinxin Li; Ying Zhou; Jihe Chen; Zhengang Li
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.46

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Review lessons after class can help students increase student achievement but not necessarily students know how to review effective and efficient learning. This learning goal is to explain how to review effective and efficient lessons using Mind Mapping and 6 Cognitive Model Questions. The subject on this study is a junior high school student. The topic of Linear Mathematics Equations in Two variables is described using a qualitative tendency. Study shows that Mind Mapping and 6 Cognitive Model Questions can improve critical thinking skills, high order thinking abilities and systematic thinking skills. Mind Mapping and 6 Cognitive Models Helping Students to review Linear Equations in Two Variables and get Deep Learning.
Implementation of The Power of Two Learning Model Operating Materials For Algebrial Form Based on The Power Point of Class VII High Schools Dydik Kurniawan; Anita Sari; Tri Wahyuningsih
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.47

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This research is a classroom action research project that aims to improve the mathematics learning outcomes of students in class VII Junior High School 6 Samarinda by using Microsoft PowerPoint to facilitate cooperative learning type The Power of Two on algebraic action material. The research was conducted at Junior High School 6 Samarinda, with 40 students in class VII1 as research subjects nd the object of research is cooperative learning type The Power of Two. Worksheets, final cycle tests, and observation sheets were used as instruments. LKS consists of LKS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, which are done in groups in classrooms, as well as assessments at the end of each cycle. The descriptive statistics of averages and proportions were used in the data analysis technique. The analysis and discussion revealed that the type of cooperative going to lean. The research and discussion revealed that the form of cooperative learning used in The Power of Two with Microsoft PowerPoint is a small group learning consisting of two people who collaborate. Cycle I has a basic value of 54.7 and a final value of 66.1 with a 20.8 % increase in the proportion, cycle II has a basic value of 66.1 and a final value of 76.5 with a 15.7 % increase in the proportion, and cycle III has a base value of 76.5 and a final value of 83 with an 8.5 % increase in the proportion. The metrics for the teacher's behavior in the first cycle of accessing are good, the second cycle is good, and the third cycle is really good. As a result, cooperative learning is used to perfect it.
Analysis of Student Errors In Solving Story Problems Based on Newman's Stage In Class VII Timbul Yuwono; Yublina Rambu; Sumadji Sumadji
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.48

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This study aims to describe the mistakes of students based on the Newman stage in solving the story problems of the One Variable Linear Equation material. This type of research is qualitative descriptive with a descriptive approach. The subjects of this study were 34 students of class VII-F SMP Negeri 17 Malang, consisting of 20 boys and 14 girls for the 2019/2020 school year. Research subjects 30 subjects from class VII-F students were present for analysis. Retrieval of data using written tests to obtain data about students 'mistakes in solving story questions based on Newman stages and interviews to complete the results and strengthen data about students' mistakes. Data analysis techniques include data reduction, data presentation and drawing conclusions. Checking the validity of the data used the source triangulation technique in the form of interviews with 3 students of class VII-F who were selected based on high, medium, and low abilities. Based on the results of the study, it appears that the mistakes made by students based on the Newman procedure, at the reading stage there were no research subjects who made mistakes. At the understanding stage there were 23 subjects who made mistakes, the transformation stage there were 30 subjects who made mistakes, the process skills stage there were 17 subjects who made mistakes and the final answer writing stage there were 29 subjects who made mistakes. The results showed that all students made four types of errors. The causative factor is that there are certain sentences in the questions that cannot be interpreted correctly, forgetting the formulas that must be used, rushing when writing formulas, not mastering the material of One Variable Linear Equations, not being thorough and in a hurry to do the problems.
Online Learning Management Using Google Sites on Relations and Functions in Pandemic Conditions Robiul Khasanah; Siti Miftahul Muflihah
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.49

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The purpose of this study aims to describe learning management using google sites on relation and funcitions in pandemic at SMP Muhammadiyah 4 Singosari. This research uses descriptive qualitataive rearch methods. The data collection methods used in this study were interview, observation and documentations during the learning process. The subject of this study were students of class VIII SMP Muhammadiyah 4 Singosari. online learning learning management during pandemic conditions which includes planning, organizing, implementing, and monitoring. Online learning will be carried out with the help of google sites as a medium for delivering material. The planning stage includes observation, preparation of lesson plans, collection of material sources and preparation of learning media using google sites. The organizing stage includes determining the communication channels used for the online learning process and focusing resources towards the target. The implementation stage is the interaction carried out by teachers and students during learning. The supervision stage includes the evaluation stage in learning. Learning evaluation is carried out through student attendance and student activeness in participating in learning. student attendance recap shows an increase in each meeting. The use of google sites as a learning medium during the pandemic can be further developed to increase student motivation and make it easier for students to learn while carrying out online learning.
Limited Offline Learning Methods For Mathematics With Collected Materials In Junior High School Students Umul Khayati
Journal of Education and Learning Mathematics Research (JELMaR) Vol 2 No 1 (2021): Mei 2021
Publisher : Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Wisnuwardhana University of Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37303/jelmar.v2i1.51

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Abstract: This study describes the learning that has been applied in MTs students to the set material during the New Normal Covid-19 period. The learning method used is the Discovery learning method which is expected to improve the reciprocal relationship between students and teachers. In addition, the learning used was limited offline which paid attention to health protocols such as wearing masks, spraying hand sanitizers, and spraying disinfectants before students entered the school area and checking body temperature. Limited offline learning is different from learning before the Covid-19 pandemic existed, offline learning is limited to face-to-face learning between teachers and students but reduces face-to-face hours, namely 08.00-10.00 WIB. This limited offline learning is implemented because students do not allow learning to be carried out online because of the many obstacles faced by students, teachers, and parents of students. The results of the study indicate that there are differences in the conditions of students when this limited offline learning is implemented. In this case, limited offline learning has positive and negative effects for both teachers and students.

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