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International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics
ISSN : 26212188     EISSN : 26212196     DOI : https://doi.org/10.18860/ijtlm
Core Subject : Education,
The aim of International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics is to publish high-quality original research articles or review articles (only for invited foreign authors) on mathematics education which come from international audiences. This journal is designed and devoted to lecturers, researchers, mathematics school teachers, or university students (Master and Doctoral) who want to publish their research reports or their literature reviews. The Journal invites original research articles and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The whole fields of research in mathematics education are welcome, which includes, but is not limited to the following topics: teaching and learning process, development research, thinking processes, problem-solving, proving, reasoning, ethnomathematics, communication, and educational technology.
Articles 21 Documents
Integrating MATLAB in teaching linear programming at the university level Astutik, Erna Puji; Fitriatien, Sri Rahmawati
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 1, No 2 (2018): December (This issue published 5 papers with authors/co-authors from 5 universit
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v1i2.5882

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Learning in higher education is inseparable from the role of lecturers in preparing learning, one of which is by preparing learning media that can help and guide students in understanding the material. One of the software that can be developed as a media in mathematics learning is MATLAB. This descriptive research used the integration of MATLAB in teaching and learning linear programming. The subject of this research were students in mathematics education class 2016B Universitas PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya. Data were collected by observation and questionnaire. From the data, can be concluded that by utilizing MATLAB on Linear Programming, students were able to use the MATLAB in understanding and solving Linear Programming problems. Students also gave positive responses toward the integration of MATLAB in linear programming teaching and learning.
Future teachers’ mathematics cognitive failures and their learning styles Awofala, Adeneye Olarewaju; Lawal, Ruth Folake; Arigbabu, Abayomi Adelaja
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 3, No 1 (2020): June (This issue published papers with authors/co-authors from 3 countries [USA,
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v3i1.9204

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This study investigated the disparities in the mathematics cognitive failures of future mathematics teachers based on learning style inclination. As a descriptive survey study, the sample included 480 future mathematics teachers from four universities in south-west Nigeria. Two research questions were involved and two instruments were used for the collection of quantitative data for the study: Learning Style Inventory (LSI, Cronbach alpha coefficient=0.74) and the Mathematics Cognitive Failures Questionnaire (MCFQ, Cronbach alpha coefficient=0.89). The collected data were analyzed using one-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), frequency, and percentage. Results showed that future mathematics teachers in varying degrees preferred the four learning styles of convergers, divergers, accommodators, and assimilators. In addition, there was a statistically significant influence of learning style on future teachers’ mathematics cognitive failures. Thus, there were meaningful disparities in mathematics cognitive failures between accommodators and the other three types of future teachers: divergers, convergers, and assimilators. The disparity was in support of the accommodators. Succinctly, the accommodators pooled the greatest mathematics cognitive failures while the divergers recorded the least mathematics cognitive failures. In line with these study findings, it is advised that strategies that could reduce future teachers’ mathematics cognitive failures and close the gaps created by learning styles should be enacted to promote their success in mathematics learning.
Mathematics students’ writing skills: Assesment in higher education with Rasch model Agustiani, Riza; Hartatiana, Hartatiana; Wardani, Ambarsari Kusuma
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 1, No 2 (2018): December (This issue published 5 papers with authors/co-authors from 5 universit
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v1i2.6749

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The aim of this research is to describe the students’ scientific writing skills of mathematics education. This research is descriptive qualitative research. Research subject is choosen by using purposive sampling technique. Research subject is choosen based on variety of batch, grade point average (GPA) dan Thesis Processing Duration (TPD). Data collection techniques in this research are document studies (documentation methods) and interviews. The document study was carried out by 2 researchers (chairman and researcher members) and 2 other lecturers of Mathematics Education Study Program to obtain data about writing scientific work for research subjects. The interview was conducted after the results of the first data analysis were obtained as confirmation media and deeper exploration of the profile of the research subjects. This study provides an overview of the carrying capacity of the GPA characteristics, the value of Indonesian Language, the value of Research Methods, and TPD. The four characteristics do not significantly support the students’ cientific writing skills of the mathematics education study program.
Development of blended learning model in numerical method course Aminah, Siti
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 1, No 2 (2018): December (This issue published 5 papers with authors/co-authors from 5 universit
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v1i2.5908

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The aim of this study is to develop a blended learning system with two stay two stray using problem-based learning worksheet. The study is a research and development. The study used four D models covering define, design, development and disseminate stage. Then, the system of the blended learning model and problem-based learning worksheet were validated by two validators with valid criteria and some revisions. For test efficiency, data were processed using a paired sample T-test. The result showed that the average learning outcome improved after the implementation of a blended learning system in which the outcomes of earning significantly improved.
Development of mathematical learning instruments based on ethnomathematics in character education learning Agustin, Ririn Dwi; Ambarawati, Mika; Kartika, Era Dewi
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 1, No 1 (2018): June (This issue published 5 papers with authors/co-authors from 7 universities/
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v1i1.5353

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The purpose of this research is to develope mathematical learning instrument based on ethnomatematics in strengthening students’ character education. The learning instruments consist of syllabus, lesson plan, and student worksheet. This research is a development study. This research was conducted in grade 8 of junior high school in Indonesia. This research was implemented in three stages, namely: define, design, and develop. The define phase includes the analysis of syllabus, syllabus, lesson plan, and student worksheet; the design stage includes the preparation of learning instruments draft and research instruments; the development stage includes the test of learning instruments, evaluation and perfection of learning instruments. The validation results of expert validators were as follows: syllabus device with a value of 4.62 with a very valid category, student worksheet instruments with a value of 4.59 with a very valid category, while the materials learning device with a value of 3.55 with a very valid category.
Development of adversity quotient based geometry learning model for prospective teachers Bennu, Sudarman; Akina, Akina
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 2, No 2 (2019): December (This issue published papers with authors/co-authors from 2 countries [
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v2i2.9352

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The objective of this research is to develop the adversity quotient-based and media-assisted model of mathematics teaching. The stages follow Plomp Model that involves (1) preliminary study, (2) designing (planning), (3) realization/ construction, (4) test, evaluation and revision, (5) implementation. Stages 1 through 3 were held in 2017, stages 4 and 5 completed in 2018 and 2019. Through the preliminary study, designing, and realization/construction, the researchers were able to construct the model in five components: syntax, social system, reaction principles, supporting system, and instructional and nurturing effect. The syntax of this model covers: introduction of learning objectives, motivating, the presentation of prerequisite material and the discussion structured task, student categorization based on adversity quotient, group discussion, group presentation, concluding the discussion, evaluation, and assigning structured-tasks individually and in groups.
Examing type and quality of preservice teachers’ lessons based on children’s literature Wheeler, Ann; Mallam, Winifred
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 3, No 1 (2020): June (This issue published papers with authors/co-authors from 3 countries [USA,
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v3i1.9206

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This qualitiative research explores the types and levels of mathematical lesson tasks that 60 future elementary and middle school teachers created during an undergraduate mathematics content and pedagogy course. Data collection consisted of 51 children’s book inspired activities written by the preservice teachers. Using Stein et al.’s Task Analysis Guide as an assessment tool, the researchers coded the activities into 1 of 4 categories, as well as categorized each activity based on its mathematical content using the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Results showed that a majority of the PSTs wrote activities that were classified as Procedures with Connections. Also, a majority of the activities were geometry-based, specifically transformations and two-dimesional measurements. Implications for teaching include the fact that preservice elementary and middle school teachers can create mathematics lessons based on children’s literature, which often can include mathematical tasks that are making connections to procedural mathematics or even higher order thinking tasks.
The use of creative problem solving model to develop students’ adaptive reasoning ability: Inductive, deductive, and intuitive Ansari, Bansu Irianto; Taufiq, Taufiq; Saminan, Saminan
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 3, No 1 (2020): June (This issue published papers with authors/co-authors from 3 countries [USA,
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v3i1.9439

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This study was aimed at investigating adaptive reasoning ability of junior high school students through the implementation of the creative problem solving model. This study employed a mixed-method approach using an embedded concurrent strategy. Thirty students were selected randomly as the sample from 180 Year 8 students, and six students were selected to be observed and further interviewed after the final test. The instruments used were a test and interview questions. The results showed that there was a significant increase in the students' ability between the pre-test and post-test. In addition, there was also an increase in the ability of the six students based on an adaptive reasoning rubric. The increase was more dominant for the first and fifth indicators while the increases of the second and fourth indicators varied. Some students were able to solve the problem based on the indicators, but it was incomplete due to miscalculation, and some students were lacking in the ability to find the pattern and drawing a correct conclusion as a result of the profound basic knowledge. In general, these results indicated that students were able to develop adaptive reasoning although the maximum score could not be achieved.The use of creative problem solving model to develop adaptive reasoning ability: Inductive, deductive and intuitive
Developing creative-problem-solving-based student worksheets for transformation geometry course Kristanti, Febriana; Ainy, Chusnal; Shoffa, Shoffan; Khabibah, Siti; Amin, Siti Maghfirotun
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 1, No 1 (2018): June (This issue published 5 papers with authors/co-authors from 7 universities/
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v1i1.5581

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Students’ reasoning ability in understanding the concepts in the Transformation Geometry course is still low. One of the causes is that there are no teaching materials, namely Student Worksheets that provide opportunities for students to be actively involved in creative learning processes; as a result, their reasoning skills are not well crafted. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a Student Worksheet that can strengthen students’ creative techniques and reasoning. The purpose of this study was to determine the feasibility of Student Worksheet products in terms of validity, practicality, and effectiveness. This research is an ADDIE development research whose stages comprise analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The instruments used in this study were validation sheets, student response questionnaires, learning outcomes, and learning implementation observation sheets. The results of this study were Creative Problem Solving (CPS) based Student Worksheet products in Geometry Transformation courses, and Student Worksheet eligibility, declared feasible in terms of (a) Validity; the worksheet validation results were in the very good category (4.36) (b) Practicality; the results of student response questionnaires to Student Worksheets were in a good category (31.16), and (c) effectiveness; the results of the test of student learning outcomes were in a good category (72%).
Mathematical thinking ability of informatics students based on gender in calculus course Harmini, Triana; Musthofa, Aziz; Utama, Shoffin Nahwa
International Journal on Teaching and Learning Mathematics Vol 2, No 1 (2019): June (This issue published 5 papers with authors/co-authors from 5 universities/
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ijtlm.v2i1.8337

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This study aimed to analyse the difference in the mathematical thinking abilities of Informatics Engineering students based on gender in Calculus problem-solving. Mathematical thinking ability was measured based on four indicators of the mathematical thinking process, namely specialisation, generalising, conjecturing, and convincing. The instruments in this study were mathematical thinking tests and observation sheets. The test used in this study was composed of four questions by indicators of the mathematical thinking process.  The technique of data collection was the test, observation, and interview. Subjects of this study consisted of 35 male students and 22 female students. Data were analysed using the t-test. The results of the analysis showed that there is a significant difference in the mathematical thinking ability of male and female students. Mathematical thinking abilities of female students reached indicators of specialisation, generalising, and conjecturing. On the other hand,  mathematical thinking abilities of male students passed the elements of speciality and generalising.

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