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Vesife Hatisaru – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2024
Teaching "out-of-field" is a present obstacle in mathematics education in many countries, and developing professional learning programs aimed at upskilling non-specialist teachers is urgent. A teacher study group was established wherein two non-specialist teachers of mathematics (Years 7-10; aged 12-16) engaged with algebra to develop a…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Secondary School Students, Algebra, Foreign Countries
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Widjaja, Wanty; Vale, Colleen – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2021
One pedagogical approach to challenge a persistent misconception is to get students to test a conjecture whereby they are confronted with the misconception. A common misconception about a 'direct linear relationship' between area and perimeter is well-documented. In this study, Year 4-6 students were presented with a conjecture that a rectangle…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Geometric Concepts, Misconceptions
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Hidayah, Miftahul; Forgasz, Helen – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2020
This study examined the type of mathematical tasks in two Australian and two Indonesian mathematics textbooks for 7th-grade students. The quantitative data were collected from the coding results of the tasks in the textbooks. The tasks were coded based on six categories: the presentation forms, the cognitive requirements, the contextual features,…
Descriptors: Mathematics Materials, Mathematics Curriculum, Textbooks, Textbook Content
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Mutohir, Toho Cholik; Lowrie, Tom; Patahuddin, Sitti Maesuri – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2018
This study aimed to develop a survey instrument to measure student attitudes towards mathematics teaching-learning processes that is appropriate for the Indonesian context. This study consisted of two phases: Phase 1 (n = 320) was a pilot study to assess the suitability of the instrument items for Indonesian students. Phase 2 (n = 1001) was…
Descriptors: Student Surveys, Student Attitudes, Mathematics Instruction, Foreign Countries