KALAMATIKA Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika
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Jurnal KALAMATIKA merupakan jurnal di bawah naungan Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika dan dipublikasikan oleh Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. HAMKA. Jurnal terdaftar dengan E-ISSN: 2527-5607 & P-ISSN: 2527-5615. Jurnal KALAMATIKA mempublikasikan naskah-naskah artikel ilmiah dalam cakupan bidang Pendidikan Matematika. Tulisan dapat berupa diseminasi hasil penelitian, telaah pustaka ilmiah yang komprehensif atau resensi dari buku ilmiah. Setiap naskah yang diterbitkan terlebih dahulu dilakukan proses peer-review dengan sifat double-blind review. Untuk terbitan per November 2017 Jurnal KALAMATIKA menggunakan template baru yang dilengkapi dengan identitas artikel yang lebih komprehensif.FKIP UHAMKAid-IDKALAMATIKA Jurnal Pendidikan Matematika2527-5615Syarat yang harus dipenuhi oleh Penulis sebagai berikut: Penulis menyimpan hak cipta dan memberikan jurnal hak penerbitan pertama naskah secara simultan dengan lisensi di bawah Creative Commons Attribution License yang mengizinkan orang lain untuk berbagi pekerjaan dengan sebuah pernyataan kepenulisan pekerjaan dan penerbitan awal di jurnal ini. Penulis bisa memasukkan ke dalam penyusunan kontraktual tambahan terpisah untuk distribusi non ekslusif versi kaya terbitan jurnal (contoh: mempostingnya ke repositori institusional atau menerbitkannya dalam sebuah buku), dengan pengakuan penerbitan awalnya di jurnal ini. Penulis tidak diizinkan untuk mem-posting karya mereka secara online (contoh: di repositori institusional atau di website mereka) sebelum dan selama proses penyerahan, karena dapat mengarahkan ke otoplagiat.PERBANDINGAN HASIL BELAJAR STATISTIK DASAR DENGAN METODE PRAKTIKUM KELAS C DAN D JURUSAN TADRIS BAHASA INGGRIS IAIN SYEKH NURJATI CIREBON
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The Tadris English Department 2015/2016 consists of 4 classes, but only 2 classes (C and D) using the practicum method in Basic Statistics learning. Class C and D Department of Tadris English has different characteristics. Class C is more preferable to class D in learning. This is evident from the level of attendance and liveliness in the classroom. So the alleged that the results of learning will cause a difference. Therefore, this study was conducted to compare differences in learning outcomes Basic Statistics before and after using the practice method in the Department of Tadris English class C and D; as well as comparing the differences in learning outcomes Basic Statistics using the class practice method C and D. Both classes are experimental classes that are independent with the treatment given that the basic statistical learning with the practice method so that it includes the type of quantitative comparational research. Homogeneity test results of two homogeneous class with p_v>α. The result of t test of the correlated sample that derived from the comparison of UTS value with UAS of both classes has increased significantly with the value of p_v<α. The free sample t test results obtained that the learning outcomes of the two classes are significantly different for both UTS and UAS values p_v<α. Class C has an average value of UTS greater than class D; but on the contrary the average grade of UAS class D is bigger than class C. It can be said that class C is more master of manual calculation theory, while class D is more master of SPSS practiceYeti Nurizzati
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2017-11-302017-11-302210511610.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp105-116PENGGUNAAN MODEL PROBLEM BASED LEARNING BERBANTUAN E-LEARNING TERHADAP KEMANDIRIAN BELAJAR MAHASISWA
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Self-regulated learning of learners can be achieved, if in the process of learning mathematics provides an open opportunity for students to learn independently. This research is a mixed method type embedded design, which aims to do studies focused on the use of the Problem Based Learning (PBL) model assisted e-learning to student self-regulated learning. Sample selection is done on the purposive sampling and was taken 2 class contracting courses of school math III. Class A numbered 50 members, 24 the superior group and 26 the low group, given the treatment with PBL models assisted e-learning and class B numbered 50, 27 the superior group and 23 the low group, with expository. Instruments used in this research is self-regulated learning questionnaire with Likert scale. Based on data analysis we concluded that (1) Self-regulated learning of superior and low student who obtains aided PBL models assisted e-learning is better than self-regulated learning of superior and low superior students who obtain expository.Jusep Saputra
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2017-11-302017-11-302211713010.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp117-130PERBANDINGAN PEMECAHAN MASALAH MATEMATIS SISWA ANTARA DISCOVERY LEARNING DAN PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
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This research is aimed to investigate the students’ problem-solving competency after learn by using discovery learning model and students’ problem-solving ability after learn by using problem-based learning model. Therefore, this research is aimed to investigate differences problem-solving ability of mathematics between students who get discovery learning model and problem-based learning model. The population used in this research was a student in grade VII in one of junior high school in West Bandung Regency. The sample was student class VII B for the first experiment class and VII C for the second experiment class with 35 students in every class. The method in this research was a quasi experiment by using two group post-test only design. The instrument in this research is post-test about problem-solving of mathematics. Based on the research, it can be concluded that there is a difference between the mathematical problem-solving competency of students who get discovery learning model and problem-based learning model. Nevertheless, the qualification of problem-solving competency between of students who gets discovery learning model and problem-based learning model, are including the medium categoryYunita Herdiana
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2017-11-302017-11-302213114610.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp131-146PENGGUNAAN MATEMATIKA REALISTIK UNTUK MENINGKATKAN DISPOSISI MATEMATIS SISWA SMP
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The problem of mathematics learning often happens in mathematics teaching that seems far from the real problem. Realistic mathematics learning can help students to understand about mathematics concepts that abstract for them. If the teachers use real context in mathematics learning, students will be more attracted and interested. The purpose of this research is to look at the effect of realistic mathematics learning towards student's mathematical disposition. The method of this research is descriptive quantitative. The subjects were 35 students of SMP N 14 Yogyakarta grade 7 and this research held in one month. The instrument is students' mathematical disposition scale questionnaire. The students fill the questionnaire before and after they are given a treatment. The result of the questionnaire was analyzed using descriptive statistics, by looking at the average before and after treatment and categorized according to the average value. Based on the results of the descriptive statistical analysis showed that an average of students’ mathematical disposition has increased. The average value of students in pre-treatment is 96.02 with the medium category and then after treatment is given to the 109.44 with the high categoryVincentia Septi PuspitawatiGeorgius Rocki Agasi
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2017-11-302017-11-302214715810.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp147-158KESULITAN BERPIKIR ABSTRAK MATEMATIKA SISWA DALAM PEMBELAJARAN PROBLEM POSING BERKELOMPOK
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This study based on the difficulty of students to think abstractly in the material geometry. There are still many students who feel confused when should imagine and then describe each object geometry because basically a lot of material geometry using visualization mathematical model that concretely not real and do not always exist in everyday life. The difficulties caused students cannot resolve the problems on the material geometry. This illustrates the poor ability of students' mathematical abstraction. One of the methods that can improve the ability of mathematical abstraction is a problem posing learning groups. The purpose of this study is (1) to describe the difficulty of students of abstract mathematical thinking in problem posing learning groups; (2) determine the factors that cause difficulty in abstract mathematical thinking in problem posing learning groups. This study used a qualitative research approach and descriptive. The subjects of this study are students of class X IPA 1 SMAN 1 Leuwimunding Leuwimunding 2015/2016 totaling 36 students. The instrument used in this study is a matter of mathematical abstraction ability tests, questionnaires and interview guidelines. The results showed there are still many students who have difficulty in abstract mathematical thinking in problem posing learning groups which are (1) students lack mastery of concepts; (2) the student does not perform direct experience with the object; (3) students are less able to apply the concept in an appropriate context; and (4) students have difficulty in manipulating abstract mathematical object. While the factors that lead to difficult students to think abstractly derived from external factors, namely the lack of media use props in learningIik Nurhikmayati
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2017-11-302017-11-302215917610.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp159-176DESAIN MODUL PEMBELAJARAN BERBASIS KEMAMPUAN KOMUNIKASI MATEMATIS DAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR SISWA
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This research about an instructional module design for mathematical communication skills and student motivation. This type of research is descriptive qualitative research in the form of a didactic design. Research background by the barriers to learning (learning obstacle) experienced by students regarding the material rectangle and related mathematical communication skills in junior high school students of class VII. One solution to overcome learning obstacles experienced by students is designing learning modules in order to facilitate the students to understand the material rectangular and square and encourage mathematical communication skills. The study aims to: (1) know learning obstacles experienced by students; (2) knowing how to design a learning module that is valid in accordance with learning obstacles experienced by students; (3) describe the intervention of teachers in implementing the learning modules; and (4) determine students' motivation after learning using learning modules. His research interests are students of class VII C SMP Negeri 1 palimanan. The results of this study indicate the existence of two kinds of learning obstacles experienced by students, the learning module valid after being revised in accordance with the advice of the fifth validator validation learning modules percentage reached 86.80% with a very valid criteria or can be used without revision, intervention by teachers during the implementation of the learning modules in the form of anticipation of didactic and pedagogical intervention, and the average student motivation after learning to use the learning module reaches 83.78% which is included in the category of a very strong motivation to learn.Sofi SaifiyahFerry FerdiantoSetiyani Setiyani
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2017-11-302017-11-302217719210.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp177-192PROFIL KEMAMPUAN PENALARAN MATEMATIS SISWA DITINJAU DARI GAYA BELAJAR
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Students learn according to their learning style, and every learning styles are affecting the process of mathematical reasoning and learning outcomes. The combination of how to absorb, manage and process information is the definition of learning styles. To maximize the students' ability to absorb, manage and process information, first identified learning styles of the students are visual, auditory or kinesthetic (V-A-K). This research aims to reveal the profile of mathematical reasoning abilities of students in terms of learning styles visual, audio and kinesthetic on the material function composition and inverse function. This research is a qualitative descriptive approach ethnography and research subject is grade XI of senior high school. The results of the research of profile learning styles (V-A-K) that profile visual students' mathematical reasoning skill, have the ability to manipulate, draw conclusions, giving reasons or evidence is sufficient. While the ability to deliver his argument lacking. Profile auditory students' mathematical reasoning skills, have the ability to manipulate, giving reason or evidence, and provide argument or the validity of the answer is both. While the ability gets conclusion to enough. Profile kinesthetic students' mathematical reasoning skills have the ability to manipulate and give reasons or evidence is sufficient. The ability to draw conclusions while the less, as well as the ability to provide an answer or the validity of the argument, he answered with a unique and clearMuhamad Ridwan
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2017-11-302017-11-302219320610.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp193-206PENGGUNAAN MODEL PjBL UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KREATIVITAS MAHASISWA DALAM MEMBUAT MEDIA PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA
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This study aimed to analyze the level of achievement of the objectives in improving the use of the model PPA creativity mathematics student teachers to create media-based learning of local culture Cirebon. One of the skills that must be owned by prospective teachers of mathematics are capable and able to prepare and use instructional media in the process of teaching and learning activities in class. One of the subjects that prepare prospective teachers of mathematics, in order to have a good competence in the use of instructional media, is Multimedia learning of mathematics subject for third level students with 2 credits point. Culture and local wisdom of Cirebon can be used as one form of media innovative learning in mathematics. It is time for local wisdom cirebon be a source of learning for students. Through the course of learning media is expected student teachers can get to know the culture. The introduction of local culture to students urgently needed so that they can live their culture and themselves. The activities of creative thinking in question is how the students will be the link between learning theory, knowledge of instructional media and cultural wisdom of CirebonDede Trie Kurniawan
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2017-11-302017-11-302220722010.22236/KALAMATIKA.vol2no2.2017pp207-220