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Edo, Sri Imelda; Tasik, Wahyuni Fanggi – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Several studies related to mathematics understanding found that many undergraduate students lack some basic knowledge of algebra. They memorized only a few topics, formulas, and algorithms without understanding them conceptually, even though they could manipulate those limited number of points correctly or incorrectly. In comparison, most…

Descriptors: Algebra, Mathematical Concepts, Problem Solving, Word Problems (Mathematics)

Caspari-Sadeghi, Sima; Mille, Elena; Epperlein, Hella; Forster-Heinlein, Brigitte – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

This collaborative action research highlights the need for developing students' evaluative competence and self-reflection by embedding self-and-peer assessment into online instruction. Over the course of a semester in an online master program in mathematics and computer sciences, students conducted research on assigned topics, held presentations,…

Descriptors: Graduate Students, Masters Programs, College Mathematics, Mathematics Education

Wijaya, Agung Putra; Nusantara, Toto; Sudirman; Hidayanto, Erry – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Analytical questions are the types of questions that can lead students to gain an understanding of a concept and explore reasoning. This research is a descriptive, qualitative study investigating the emergence of analytical questions and their interaction patterns in group discussions facilitated by a scientific approach to learning. The subjects…

Descriptors: Science Education, Science Process Skills, Questioning Techniques, Learning Processes

Kurniasih, Ary Woro; Purwanto; Hidayanto, Erry; Subanji – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

This study aimed to explore the mathematics teachers' skills in attending, interpreting, and responding to students' mathematical creative thinking. The data of this study comprised of the teachers' skills in attending, interpreting, and responding to students' mathematical creative thinking gained from observing a recorded video of the teachers'…

Descriptors: Teaching Skills, Teaching Methods, Teacher Student Relationship, Mathematics Skills

Son, Aloisius Loka – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Mathematical connections are essential to emphasize in the learning process, to make students see mathematics as useful, relevant, integrated, and able to solve various mathematical problems. This study was conducted to analyze the comparison of achievement and improvement of students' abilities on mathematical connections based on learning model…

Descriptors: Mathematics Skills, Mathematical Logic, Thinking Skills, Learning Processes

Sharma, Sameer – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

We are all fascinated by loops and their formation in space. When a line cuts itself, it forms an intersection point and creates a space. This is an experimental study done by analyzing several loops, forming a concrete formulation by visualizing the patterns observed, and then proving the formulations proposed using the known standard…

Descriptors: Mathematical Concepts, Elementary School Mathematics, Graphs, Mathematical Formulas

Viskotová, Lenka; Hampel, David – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Computer-aided assessment is an important tool that reduces the workload of teachers and increases the efficiency of their work. The multiple-choice test is considered to be one of the most common forms of computer-aided testing and its application for mid-term has indisputable advantages. For the purposes of a high-quality and responsible…

Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Mathematics Tests, Computer Assisted Testing, Faculty Workload

Belova, Olga; Polyakova, Katerina – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

The goal of the paper is to pay attention to some important techniques and approaches including adequate designations as a tool for unambiguous understanding and a key to success in solving problems, vivid visual images as a mnemonic techniques, and special formulas as a universal tool for solving typical problems, when teaching medical students…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Medical Students, Problem Solving

Gavilán-Izquierdo, José María; Gallego-Sánchez, Inés; González, Antonio; Puertas, María Luz – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

In this exploratory work, the discourse of first-year computer engineering undergraduate students of graph theory was analyzed with the aim of improving the teaching of this branch of mathematics. The theoretical framework used is the theory of commognition, specifically, we focus on commognitive conflicts because they are learning opportunities…

Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Engineering Education, Computer Science Education, Graphs

Maknun, Churun Lu'lu'il; Rosjanuardi, Rizky; Jupri, Al – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Epistemological obstacle is emphasized in mathematics education. Students often have limited students' context of knowledge in understanding trigonometry. Knowing the epistemology obstacle can help a teacher understand the student's misconception. Therefore, this study aimed to identify students' epistemological obstacles of trigonometry and…

Descriptors: Barriers, Epistemology, Learning Processes, Grade 11

Gholami, Hosseinali – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

In each educational curriculum, trigonometry is an important subject at upper secondary schools and pre university level that apply in many other subjects such as algebra, calculus, geometry and physics. Many of students have serious problem in learning the trigonometric materials because usually mathematics educators transfer the trigonometric…

Descriptors: Teacher Improvement, Mathematics Teachers, Trigonometry, Problem Solving

Retamoso, Ivan – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

A very common Applied Optimization Problem in Calculus deals with minimizing a distance given certain constraints, using Calculus, the general method for solving these problems is to find a function formula for the distance that we need to minimize, take the derivative of the distance function, set it equal to zero, and solve for the input value,…

Descriptors: Heuristics, Calculus, Problem Solving, Geometric Concepts

Doz, Daniel; Doz, Eleonora – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

A more motivating way of introducing students to probability theory is through real-world problems. Since heuristics play an important role in our probabilistic judgement, knowing how to avoid incorrect probabilistic reasoning, which leads to several biases, could help students to develop more critical thinking skills. In this paper, we present a…

Descriptors: Heuristics, Problem Solving, Mathematics Instruction, Probability

Stickles, Paula R. – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Quantitative reasoning takes on different meanings based on experience and background. Across the curriculum students have various needs for their quantitative reasoning experience. As a result, at our university students have a range of choices that more closely fit their future needs. Seven different departments across campus offer quantitative…

Descriptors: Thinking Skills, Numeracy, Student Experience, Learner Engagement

Faizah, Siti; Nusantara, Toto; Sudirman; Rahardi, Rustanto – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2022

Thinking is a tool to construct knowledge in learning mathematics. However, some college students have not been fully aware of the importance of constructing their knowledge. Therefore, this study aims to explore students' thinking processes in completing mathematical proofs through assimilation and accommodation schemes. This research was…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Tests, Validity