JMEA : Journal of Mathematics Education and Application
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<p style="width: 750px;" align="justify"><strong>Journal of Mathematics Education and Application: JMEA</strong>, diterbitkan oleh Program Studi Magister Ilmu Pendidikan Matematika Pascasarjana Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara (UMSU)Terbit pada bulan Februari, Juni dan Oktober setiap tahun.</p><p style="width: 750px;" align="justify"><strong>Journal of Mathematics Education and Application:<strong>JMEA</strong></strong>menerima artikel dan mempublikasikan hasil kajian/penelitian ilmiah tentang Pendidikan dan Aplikasi Matematika dan yang berkaitan. Penyebarluasan penelitian bertujuan untuk membangun peradaban bangsa serta mengembangkan Ilmu Pendidikan dan Aplikasi Matematikadan teknologi dalam meningkatkan sumber daya manusia.</p><p style="width: 750px;" align="justify"><strong>Focus & Scope</strong></p>1. Learning Media for Mathematics Education<br />2. Mathematics Education Curriculum Development<br />3. Development of Mathematics Education Teaching Materials<br />4. Research and Teaching Mathematics Education<br />5. Application of Mathematics Applications<br />6. Applications of Mathematics Science<p>ISSN<a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/20220312511257801" target="_blank">2829-1514</a> (online)</p>en-USJMEA : Journal of Mathematics Education and Application2829-1514Analysis of The Effectiveness of Mathematics On Students MTs Negeri 2 Medan
https://jurnal.umsu.ac.id/index.php/mtika/article/view/20125
This research discusses the problem of how effective mathematics learning is using a scientific approach at MTs Negeri 2 Medan which was carried out in TP 2023-2024. The aim of this research is to determine the results of the analysis of the effectiveness of mathematics learning using a scientific approach for students at MTs Negeri 2 Medan TP 2023-2024. This research is a descriptive research. Research conducted on 44 MTs 2 Medan students in the field was to analyze the effectiveness of mathematics learning through a scientific approach. This research was conducted in class VII-2 students at MTs Negeri 2 Medan with the subject of transformation. Learning mathematics can be said to be effective by using a scientific approach. This is known from observations of the percentage of student learning recapitulation of 91% which is very active. And seen from each indicator of student activity, the percentage equal to 100% of students plays an active role. From the data obtained there were 3 students who disturbed their friends with a percentage of 5.75%, 16 students did not understand the problem with a percentage of 36.56%, and students understood the problem with the highest number of students, with 25 students and with the highest percentage of 57.69%. So it can be concluded that the average student activity is experienced in the learning process activities, so that there is Effectiveness in Mathematics Learning Using a Scientific Approach for MTs Negeri 2 Medan Students in the 2023/2024 academic year.Devi Maia Sari NasutionPalitan Palitan
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2024-07-012024-07-0132475310.30596/jmea.v3i2.20125Students' Mathematical Reasoning Ability and Self-Efficacy Viewed from the Application of Problem Based Learning and Contextual Teaching and Learning Models Assisted
https://jurnal.umsu.ac.id/index.php/mtika/article/view/20329
The aim of this research is to reveal; (1) the significant influence of PBL and CTL models assisted by interactive media on students' mathematical reasoning abilities, (2) the interaction between KAM and the application of learning models on students' mathematical reasoning abilities, (3) the significant influence of the application of PBL and CTL models assisted by interactive media on self-efficacy students, (4) knowing the interaction between students' initial mathematics abilities and learning models on students' self-efficacy. Quasi experiment is applied, especially counter balanced design with instruments: (1) test of students' initial mathematical abilities, (2) test of students' mathematical reasoning abilities, (3) self-efficacy questionnaire. Infrential data uses covariance analysis (ANCOVA). The research results showed that: (1) The two experimental classes taught using the PBL (Problem Based Learning) model and the CTL (Contextual Teaching and Learning) model assisted by interactive media had a significant influence on students' mathematical reasoning abilities. (2) There is an interaction between initial mathematics abilities (KAM) and the learning model used on students' mathematical reasoning abilities. (3) The two experimental classes taught using the PBL (Problem Based Learning) model and the CTL (Contextual Teaching and Learning) model assisted by interactive media have a significant influence on student self-efficacy. (4) There is an interaction between initial mathematics abilities (KAM) and the learning model used on student self-efficacy.Epi NurlindaZainal AzisMarah Doly Nasution
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2024-07-012024-07-0132546110.30596/jmea.v3i2.20329Systematic Literature Review: Use of Comic Media in Mathematics Learning
https://jurnal.umsu.ac.id/index.php/mtika/article/view/20331
<p>Learning mathematics does not only depend on what material is taught, but also depends on how the material resources are provided/delivered. The low interest in learning mathematics and the difficulty of understanding formulas means that many children are less interested in studying mathematics. The lack of innovative learning media provided by teachers, the use of cellphones for online games means that students rarely open their textbooks. Choosing the right learning media can be a factor in a teacher's success in carrying out learning activities. The use of comics as a mathematics learning medium is motivated by the low interest in reading and analytical thinking skills among students in Indonesia. One of the factors that can trigger enthusiasm for reading and thinking is designing comic media. Comic learning media is used to increase students' motivation to learn mathematics so that it can ultimately increase students' interest in reading and the level of analytical thinking in solving mathematics problems. This research aims to conduct a literature review related to the effectiveness of using comic media in mathematics learning. The research method used is SLR (Systematic Literature Review).The purpose of SLR is to analyze, find, review, and interpret previous research on the use of learning materials or media in mathematics learning. Data collection was carried out by documenting all articles that had similar research to this research. The journal articles used in this research were 10 national journal articles taken from the last seven years of research conducted by researchers obtained from Dimensions. Based on this research, it was found that comic media in mathematics learning really helps teachers to increase students' interest in reading and problem solving abilities so that it is useful in improving studentâ€™s analytical thinking abilities.</p>Tiara Zakiah Putri
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2024-07-012024-07-0132626910.30596/jmea.v3i2.20331Literature Study: Integration of Ethnomathematics in Mathematics Learning in Schools
https://jurnal.umsu.ac.id/index.php/mtika/article/view/20332
<p>Ethnomathematics is a mathematics learning approach that integrates local culture into the learning process. This method aims to increase students' relevance and understanding of mathematical concepts through the cultural context they are familiar with. This study uses the literature study method to explore various studies that examine the implementation of ethnomathematics in mathematics learning in schools. Research shows that the integration of ethnomathematics can increase learning motivation, understanding of concepts, mathematical abilities in problem solving, and appreciation of local culture. Implementing ethnomathematics in mathematics learning involves developing teaching materials that combine local cultural elements, teacher training, and curriculum adjustments. Various studies show that this approach is effective in improving student learning outcomes, especially in areas with diverse cultural riches. However, there are challenges in implementing ethnomathematics, such as lack of resources, limited teacher knowledge of local culture, and resistance to curriculum change. To overcome these challenges, cooperation between government, educational institutions and local communities is needed. This study also highlights the importance of further research to measure the long-term impact of the integration of ethnomathematics in mathematics learning. Thus, ethnomathematics can not only improve the quality of mathematics learning, but can also contribute to the preservation of local culture.</p>Ronti Simbolon
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2024-07-012024-07-0132707610.30596/jmea.v3i2.20332Analysis of the Use of Problem Based Learning Models in Independent Curriculum Learning
https://jurnal.umsu.ac.id/index.php/mtika/article/view/20333
<p>This investigate points to depict how the Issue Based Learning learning demonstrate is utilized in free educational modules learning. To what degree is the utilize of PBL actualized within the learning prepare and what affect is delivered when utilizing the PBL show? This investigate strategy employments subjective inquire about strategies with a writing survey approach based on diaries. The inquire about stages were carried out beginning from article collection, article decrease, article show, dialog and conclusions related to the Issue Based Learning learning demonstrate and the free educational modules. The research data source is within the shape of diary articles taken from databases such as SINTA, Google Researcher, Measurements and other significant diary destinations. The comes about of the inquire about appear that the use of the Issue Based Learning learning show encompasses a critical affect with the normal increment in understudy learning results being over the KKM esteem. Problem-based learning coordinated at understudies is able to make strides basic considering abilities that can illuminate issues, so that it has an affect on expanding problem-solving capacities that make understudies able to fathom related issues. This is often in line with the goals of the autonomous educational programs.</p>Syilfy Adha Sikumbang
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2024-07-012024-07-0132778410.30596/jmea.v3i2.20333