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A Comparison of Angle Problems in Indonesian and Singaporean Elementary School Mathematics Textbooks

Yoppy Wahyu Purnomo; Antika Asri Julaikah; Galuh Candra Aprilia Hapsari; Rina Cahyani Oktavia; Rizki Muhammad Ikhsan – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

Textbooks are one of the main resources for teaching and learning mathematics. This study examines the presentation of angle topics in 4th-grade mathematics textbooks in Indonesia and Singapore. The analysis focused on the general characteristics of the textbook and the nature of the mathematical tasks presented. The results showed that Indonesian…

Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Comparative Education, Textbooks, Mathematics Instruction

Lenka Farkacová; Mária Králová; Eva Zelendová – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This article aims to identify the mutual relationship between the awareness of the importance of mathematical competencies for the acquisition of work-related skills and the perceived importance of the latter for performance in future work and successful participation in the labor market. How these issues relate to math anxiety is also explored.…

Descriptors: Mathematics Anxiety, Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries

Türkan Berrin Kagizmanli Köse; Enver Tatar – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This research discuss and considers possible components in computer supported collaborative dynamic learning environment in mathematics classroom. The aim of the research is to observe the applicability of this environment to the courses and to determine its effect on student success. The research group consisted of 68 high school students and…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, Mathematics Teachers, Educational Environment

Branko Bognar; Ljerka Jukic Matic; Marija Sablic – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

In many countries around the world, stakeholders engaged in driving education reform policy use teacher professional development to improve the quality of teacher learning, expecting a positive effect on the quality of teaching. Given the high level of expectations for professional development, it is crucial to identify the characteristics of…

Descriptors: Faculty Development, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Teachers, Educational Change

Lathifaturrahmah Lathifaturahmah; Toto Nusantara; Subanji Subanji; Makbul Muksar – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

The capacity to generate prediction is indispensable in daily existence, particularly amidst the swift transformations that are occurring on a global scale. Therefore, this study aimed to analyze the levels of prediction ability among mathematics students when presented with data in graphs. A qualitative approach was adopted, involving 37…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Skills, Prediction, COVID-19

Ejembi; Stephen Oche; Basil C. E. Oguguo; Cynthia O. Ezeanya; Kenneth E. Okpe; Vitalis C. Okwara; Isaac I. Adie; Bassey Bassey Ayek; Lovina Ijeoma Okpara; Blessing Ngozi Ojobo – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This mathematics classroom based experimental study determined the relative effectiveness of formative assessment techniques on students' academic achievement in Mathematics. Factorial research design was adopted for the study involving 100 students from 2 co-educational secondary schools drawn through multistage sampling procedure. Mathematics…

Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Academic Achievement, Formative Evaluation, Secondary School Students

Eko Andy Purnomo; Y. L. Sukestiyarno; Iwan Junaedi; Arief Agoestanto – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

Students are required to have the ability to implement mathematics in solving everyday life problems. A good solving process will produce an excellent solving ability. The existing problem-solving stages cannot be used in solving problems with the Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) category. The aims of this research are 1) to know students'…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Problem Solving, Calculus, Thinking Skills

Pradina Parameswari; Purwanto; Sudirman; Susiswo – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

Students' difficulties in differentiating the direct proportion and inverse proportion problems cause interference. Proactive interference is the error that occurs when old information (concept of direct proportion) interferes with new information (concept of inverse proportion). In solving the problem of inverse proportion, students often use the…

Descriptors: Problem Solving, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Instruction, Grade 8

Natalya A. Arkhipova; Natalya N. Evdokimova; Tatyana V. Rudina – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

The article discusses the organization of the educational process of railway university students in the target programs. A successful educational process will be effective if the training provided to students of the transport university is of an acceptable quality, which will lead to a high demand for a specialist. When participating in targeted…

Descriptors: College Students, Transportation, Mathematics Education, Learning Processes

Irena Puji Luritawaty; Tatang Herman; Sufyani Prabawanto – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

Critical thinking is a key transversal competency of the 21st century, but some students have difficulty, especially during the transition to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to identify epistemological obstacles in critical thinking related to proof, generalization, alternative answers, and problem-solving. This…

Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Electronic Learning, Epistemology, Mathematical Models

Gilbert G. Baybayon; Minie Rose C. Lapinid – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This study employed student choice and tiered worksheets as strategies of differentiated instruction on Quadratic Equations in addressing students' non-compliance with assignments in a flipped classroom. In each lesson, students choose among the instructional materials with guide questions to assist them in focusing on key areas during the…

Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Mathematics Instruction, Equations (Mathematics), Flipped Classroom

Chuan Chih Hsu; Chia Shih Su; Kua I. Su; Chia Li Su – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This study investigates the impact of Project-Based Learning (PBL) with an emphasis on statistics on 26 Kinesiology students from a prominent Chilean university. A mixed-methodological approach was employed for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of data collected through surveys, supplementary interviews, and performance evaluations of…

Descriptors: Active Learning, Student Projects, Skill Development, Science Process Skills

Asli Çakir; Hatice Akkoç – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This study explores problem solving practices in a gifted and talented mathematics classroom in response to the calls for investigating problem solving as a sociocultural cultural activity rather than a cognitive activity of individuals. Therefore, we used a socio-mathematical norm perspective for our investigation. Data consists of forty-three…

Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Problem Solving, Academically Gifted, Sociocultural Patterns

Sunzuma Gladys; Zezekwa Nicholas; Chagwiza Conillius; Mutambara Tendai; L. – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

Peer teaching is a valuable practice that helps pre-service teachers to acquire the knowledge and the expertise required for teaching as well as improving their pedagogical content knowledge. For that reason, this study focused on the pre-service mathematics teachers' peer teaching, with the intention of exploring their pedagogical content…

Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Peer Teaching

José David Morante-Rodríguez; Martha Patricia Velasco-Romero; Geovani Daniel Nolasco-Negrete; María Eugenia Martínez-Merino; José Antonio Juárez-López – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2024

This research reports the implementation of an evaluation instrument of the slope concept in high school students. The design of this study was based on four dimensions: Skills, Properties, Uses and Representations (SPUR model; Thompson & Kaur, 2011) and on three conceptualizations: constant ratio, behavior indicator and trigonometric…

Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Education, High School Students