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JME (Journal of Mathematics Education)
Published by USN Scientific Journal
ISSN : 25282468     EISSN : 25282026     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31327/jme
Core Subject : Education,
Menerima segala bentuk artikel dalam bidang pendidikan matematika Penelitian eksperimen, ekspost facto, penelitian korelasi, Penelitian pengembangan dan juga Systematic Literature Review.
Articles 108 Documents
The Effectiveness of MEA Cooperative Learning Model by Scientific Approach to Improve Students' Mathematics Learning Outcomes Sartia Sartia; Andi Mariani Ramlan; Made Subawo
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): JME
Publisher : Universitas Sembilanbelas November Kolaka

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (722.034 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jme.v6i1.1664

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The objectives of this study include: 1) to determine the mathematics learning outcomes of students in class X.IPS SMAN 2 Mawasangka Tengah before the MEA cooperative learning model with a scientific approach is applied; 2) to find out the average increase in students' mathematics learning outcomes after applying the MEA cooperative learning model with a scientific approach; 3) to find out the MEA cooperative learning model with a scientific approach is effectively applied in improving students' mathematics learning outcomes. This type of research is Pre-Experimental with One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design. The population in this study were all students of class X.IPS SMAN 2 Mawasangka Middle School Year 2020/2021 with a total of 27 students, while the sample in this study was the entire population selected using the totally sampling technique. Data on students' mathematics learning outcomes were obtained from the results of the Pretest and Posttest in the form of essays, indicating that there was an average increase in students' mathematics learning outcomes before being applied (60.95%) and (75.17%) after the MEA learning model was applied. Furthermore, the results of testing based on hypothesis testing were carried out with one sample t-test statistic (one sample t-test) obtained , then  it was rejected and  accepted. So it was concluded that the MEA cooperative learning model was effective in improving students' mathematics learning outcomes.
IMPROVING STUDENT MATHEMATICS LEARNING OUTCOMES WITH THE LEARNING MODEL CYCLE 5E CLASS VII halidin - Halidin; Made Subawo; Arbain Arbain
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 8, No 1 (2023): JME
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (402.712 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jme.v8i1.1907

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This research is a Classroom Action Research which aims to find out whether The Learning Cycle 5e Model can improve mathematics learning outcomes. The subjects of this study were students of class VIIc MTS Al-Ikhlas Iwoimenda, totaling 34 students.  Retrieval of data with test results and observation sheets. Observation sheet data and mathematics learning achievement tests were analyzed using descriptive statistics.The results achieved after implementing the action through The Learning Cycle 5e Model for two cycles, namely: a) the average score of learning outcomes in cycle I is 63.10 from an ideal score of 100 and is in the sufficient category. It increased in cycle II to 78.43 from an ideal score of 100 and was in the good category. b) There was an increase in the percentage of observations of student activity in the first cycle of the first meeting by 41.67%, the second meeting was 66.67%, and in the second cycle first meeting was 83.33%, the second meeting was 91.67%. From the results of research on these data it can be concluded that The Learning Cycle 5e Model on operational material and properties of integer operations can improve the mathematics learning outcomes of class VIIc MTS Al-Ikhlas Iwoimenda.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE STUDENTS’ MATH LEARNING OUTCOMES TAUGHT USING TYPE OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING METHOD NUMBERED HEAD TOGETHER (NHT) AND GAMES TEAM TOURNAMENT (TGT) TO STUDENTS CLASS VII SMPN 1BAULA Supratman Supratman
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JME
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (243.466 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jomedu.v1i2 July.68

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The problems in this research are: (1) What is the result of learning mathematics in grade VII SMP Negeri 1 Baula taught by type of cooperative methods Numbered Heads Together (NHT)? (2) What is the result of learning mathematics in grade VII SMP Negeri 1 Baula taught by type of cooperative methods Team Games Tournament (TGT)? (3) Are the results of students' mathematics learning kelasVII SMP Negeri 1 Baula taught by cooperative methods with NHT is different with students who are taught by the type cooperative method TGT? The hypothesis in this study are: the results of students' mathematics learning class VII SMP Negeri 1 Baula taught by  cooperative methods NHT type is  different with the students taught with methods TGT. The population in this study was all students of class VII SMP Negeri 1 Baula in the second semester of the 2011/2012 academic year.  Samples taken as many as two classes, namely class VIIc and VIId class. The results showed: (1) The results of students' mathematics learning of class VIIc are taught using cooperative learning NHT type obtained an average value of student learning outcomes at 82.86 and the passing rate of 100%. (2) Results of mathematics learning of class VIId taught using methods TGT obtained average value result of 67.25 and the percentage of students passing rate at 80%. (3) The results of hypothesis test obtained tcount ttable or equal to 3.997 2.02 with df = 39 at significance level α = 0.05. Thus, it can be concluded that there were significant differences in the results of students' mathematics learning that are taught using NHT and IGT methods in the seventh grade students of SMP Negeri 1Baula.
Improving Achievement and Attitudes towards Mathematics Using Problem-Based Learning Setting Team Accelerated Instruction Anggoro Eko Yuni Cahyono
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 4, No 2 (2019): JME
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (320.023 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jme.v4i2.1012

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Learning achievement and attitude towards mathematics are two of the indicators of student success in learning mathematics. Problems related to these two things that occur in classrooms where the author teaches encourage the author to make improvements in learning through a classroom action research to improve student achievement and attitudes toward mathematics. Classroom action research is carried out by applying Problem-Based Learning (PBL) with Team Accelerated Instruction (TAI) arrangements. Data were collected using two types of instruments, namely mathematics achievement test, and students' attitude toward mathematics questionnaire. The results showed that the average attitude of students towards mathematics there were 81% of students had good attitude categories to the top (59% good categories and 22% of very good categories), student achievement as much as 87.50% had been completed with an average student completeness is 81.75 while the implementation of learning activities has exceeded the specified target that is equal to 92.11% has been implemented. It can be concluded that the application of the PBL setting TAI model has succeeded in improving student achievement and student attitudes towards mathematics.
Deductive Reasoning of Student Teacher Candidates: A Study of Number Theory Soffil Widadah; Dwi Juniati; Siti Khabibah
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 7, No 2 (2022): JME
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Deductive reasoning which includes generalizing, justifying, exemplifying, comparing, and classifying is the main feature of studying mathematics. This study aims to describe qualitatively the deductive reasoning of second-semester mathematics teacher candidates in studying number theory. Mathematics teacher candidates who have equal mathematical abilities and are of the same sex, namely women as research subjects.  The results showed that the two subjects met the indicators of deductive reasoning, namely making general statements, making special statements, and concluding.  This could be caused by the characteristics of prospective teacher students in receiving, storing, processing, and how to solve problems or what is called cognitive style
IMPROVING THE RESULTS OF MATH LEARNING THROUGH SCRAMBLE COOPERATIVE MODEL WITH THE APPROACH OF CONTEXTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING MODEL Ahmad Rustam; Muhammad Adli
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JME
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (205.67 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jme.v1i2 July.5

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This research is motivated by the desire of the author to enhance students' skills and learning design that is not centered on the teacher. Thus, this study aims to improve students' mathematics learning outcomes through Scramble Cooperative Learning Model with Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) Approach at the class VIIIB SMP Negeri 1 Latambaga. The study was conducted on 28 April 2015 s / d dated May 28, 2015. The subject of this research is class student of SMP Negeri 1 Latambaga VIIIB.  This research is a Classroom  Action Research conducted in two cycles with study procedures: (a) Conducting planning to implement the learning process, (b) Implement the action in accordance with the plan, (c) Conducting observations of students and teachers during the process of the action takes place, (d) Conducting evaluations / tests to students in each end of the cycle, (e) to reflect and analyze the shortcomings and weaknesses during the first cycle for the plan of action on the second cycle. The results obtained are in action first cycle, the learning outcomes of students increased from an average score of initial tests before action is 68.25 into 77.71 or 78.12% with the percentage of completeness that 25 of the 32 students received grades ≥75, it this has not shown success according to defined indicators of success.  In the second cycle of the results obtained are as many as 27 students get value ≥75 with an average value of 83.15 or with a percentage of 84.37%. This means that the results of the research for cycle I and cycle II. It can be concluded that the results students grade VIIIB of SMP Negeri 1 Latambaga on material geometry through cooperative learning model scramble with CTL approach that took effect on improvement of learning outcomes.
Effectiveness of Cooperative Learning Model For Enhancing Capability of Investigation tipe group Resolution on Student Mathematical Hight School S. Supratman; Akbar Nasrum
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 3, No 2 (2018): JME
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1017.333 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jme.v3i2.845

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TThe purpose of this study are: (1) To determine the ability of mathematical problem solving class X SMA Negeri 1 Wundulako taught using cooperative learning model Group Investigation. (2)To determine the ability of mathematical problem solving class X SMA Negeri 1 Wundulakoyang taught using conventional learning model in teaching trigonometry. (3) To determine whether the mathematical problem solving ability of students taught bycooperative learning model of Group Investigationbetter than mathematics problem solving ability of students taught by conventional learning models in Class 1 Wundulako State XSMA in teaching trigonometry. This type of research used experimental method. The population in this study were all students of class X are scattered in seven classes in parallel with the number of 155 people. Sampling was conducted using random cluster sampling technique. In this study as a sample taken two classes of the population that there is a class X2 as an experimental class and class X4 as the control class. From the results of data analysis showed that: (1) average math problem solving ability X2 grade students taught using cooperative learning model type investigative groups (Group Investigation), which consists of 19 students showed minimum value maximum value 96.00 72.00 , the average (mean)87.0526, median88.00 and mode86.00, With a variance40.608And standard deviation 6.37246, (2 average math problem solving ability X4 grade students taught using conventional learning model which consists of 22 students showed 68.00 minimum value, maximum value 96, 00 average (mean)82.3636, median82,00, and mode82.00, With a variance58.147And standard deviation7.62543, (3) the results of t-test analysis using independent samples t-test obtained t =2.116 on the significant 0,005 α = 0.05then H0 is rejected and H1 accepted. With the rejection of H0, it can be concluded that the increase in mathematical problem solving ability of students taught using cooperative learning model type investigative groups (Group Investigation) is better than math problem solving ability of students taught using conventional learning models.
Development of Numbers Material Test Using the Item Response Theory (IRT) Approach for SD Students Ahmad Rustam; Kasmawati Kasmawati
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 6, No 2 (2021): JME
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (646.459 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/jme.v6i2.1585

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The purpose of the research is to produce a product in the form of a valid and reliable measuring instrument for student numeracy that can be used in schools and in the general public. The research stages will be carried out based on the test development design, namely Preparing Test Specifications, Preparing Test Items, Testing Test Items in the Field, Revision of Test Items, and Test Development. The question grid is based on the 2013 curriculum syllabus. The test was conducted on elementary school students. The response of the test results in the form of dichotomous data and analyzed using the item response theory (IRT) model with two logistical parameters (2PL), namely the level of item difficulty and item discriminating power. Estimation of item parameters and capability parameters using the BILOG MG program. Before doing item analysis with IRT. The results of the study contained 18 items that could be used to measure students' numeracy skills. Among these items are numbered questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18. meet the criteria of a good item including having a good difficulty level, then the distinguishing power of the item functions well and has good validity and reliability.
Self-Regulated Online Learning and Students’ Attitude as Predictors of Skill Proficiency Development in Mathematics Ken Clyde Otig Longos; Rey Regidor
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 7, No 1 (2022): JME
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This study aimed to determine if self-regulated online learning and student’s attitude were predictors of skill proficiency development in Mathematics. 200 GE 4 students of UM North Campuses were the respondents of this research. The statistical tools used were Mean, Pearson-r, and Regression Analysis. Quantitative non-experimental research utilizing correlational technique with regression analysis was the research design of this paper. Results revealed high self-regulated online learning among GE 4 students in terms of metacognitive skill, time management, environmental structuring, persistence, and help seeking was high. The level of students’ attitude towards learning Mathematics yielded a descriptive equivalent of high confidence in Mathematics, the importance of Mathematics, and engagement in Mathematics. The level of skill proficiency development of the students in Mathematics yielded a high-level result in terms of conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, strategic competence, adaptive reasoning, and productive disposition. There was a positive significant relationship between self-regulated online learning and students’ attitude to skill proficiency development in Mathematics. However, between the two independent variables, students’ attitude was the only predictor of skill proficiency development in Mathematics.
SELF ASSESSMENT TO KNOW UNDERSTANDING MATHEMATIC CONCEPT Deni Iriyadi
JME (Journal of Mathematics Education) Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JME
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This research is a qualitative study aimed to determine the students' understanding of the concept of matter limit. The subjects were students of class XI IPA 1 SMA Negeri 1 Watampone. The concept includes the definition of the limit. Data obtained using a research instrument in the form of self-assessment and then proceed with the interview subjects were selected based on the results of self-assessment has been done before. Analysis using qualitative analysis of students' understanding of the concept of the limit concept. The results of this study indicate that students' understanding of concepts some of which are not / do not understand especially regarding definitions limit. In addition students are also wrong about the resolution limit. Students who understand the concept of limit dinyakatakan them restate concepts, including examples and classify the sample to non-completion of function and limit the right results.

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