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Journal of Research and Advances in Mathematics Education

Jul 06, 2018 Volume 3, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Mathematical Creative Thinking and Student Self-Confidence in the Challenge-Based Learning Approach

    Hayatun Nufus, Muhammad Duskri & Bahrun Bahrun

    The new curriculum (K13) requires a teacher to develop students’ ability in order to learn and fully understand Mathematics. The important abilities needed for a student in understanding... More

    pp. 57-68

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  2. Student’s Mathematics Anxiety on The Use of Technology in Mathematics Learning

    Endang Istikomah & Astri Wahyuni

    This study aim to describe the student’s mathematics anxiety on the use of technology in mathematics learning. It is a quantitative descriptive research by involving second year students of... More

    pp. 69-77

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  3. Developing Learning Trajectory Based Instruction of the Congruence for Ninth Grade Using Central Java Historical Building

    Achmad Fahrurozi, Suci Maesaroh, Suwanto & Farida Nursyahidah

    This research aims to produce a Learning Trajectory Based Instruction (LTBI) that can help the ninth grade students understand the concept of congruence of the two-dimensional shape by examining... More

    pp. 78-85

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  4. Can Mathematics and Statistics Perception Explain Students' Statistical Literacy?

    Risma Auliya

    The aim of this research is intended to examine the effect of mathematics and statistics perception towards students’ statistical literacy. The research utilized a survey method with quantitative... More

    pp. 86-96

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  5. The Imagery Models of Mathematics Teacher Candidates on Graph of Rational and Irrational Functions

    Darmadi Darmadi

    Mathematics teacher candidates are required to have both expertise and communication skills. Therefore, they should have a good imagery model. The present study is a descriptive qualitative... More

    pp. 97-105

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  6. Improving the Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge of Prospective Teachers through Multisensory Approach: Experience from Indonesia

    Yurniwati Yurniwati

    Abstract. In mathematics, there is conceptual and procedural knowledge. Conceptual knowledge is about ideas or mathematics understanding but procedural knowledge is about procedure to solve... More

    pp. 106-117

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  7. Mathematical Communication Characteristics of Pre-Service Primary School Teacher in Explaining the Area of Trapezoid Reviewed from School Origin

    Zainal Abidin

    Abstract. This study aims to know the characteristics of mathematical communication of pre-service primary school teachers. The material used as the object of research is geometry. It requires the ... More

    pp. 118-126

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