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Maphutha, Kgaladi; Maoto, Satsope; Mutodi, Paul – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

In this paper, we explored the type of mathematical connections Grade 11 learners make when solving two-dimensional (2D) trigonometric problems in an Activity-Based Learning (ABL) environment. We followed a qualitative case study design within an interpretive paradigm. Convenience sampling was used to select a whole class of 45 Grade 11 learners…

Descriptors: Grade 11, Problem Solving, Mathematics Instruction, Secondary School Mathematics

Rawani, Dewi; Putri, Ratu Ilma Indra; Zulkardi; Susanti, Ely – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

A learning trajectory as a sequence of mathematical activities that could facilitate the growth of students' understanding of learning goals. This research aimed to produce an instructional sequence to learn the concepts of translation and reflection and to investigate how students develop their understanding informally using a South Sumatra dance…

Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Dance, Goal Orientation, Junior High School Students

Nur Listiawati; Simon Sili Sabon; Siswantari; Subijanto; Slamet Wibowo; Zulkardi; Bambang Riyanto – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

One of the Education for Sustainable Development Goals is to provide equitable and inclusive access to quality education for all. However, some children with special needs, particularly slow learners, have yet to be able to enjoy inclusive and high-quality learning services. This research aims to enhance slow learners' competence by implementing…

Descriptors: Equal Education, Access to Education, Mathematics Education, Comparative Analysis

Prediger, Susanne; Quabeck, Kim; Erath, Kirstin – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

Adaptive teaching on the micro-level of teacher-student interaction has often been investigated, but rarely with respect to students' content-specific learning pathways. In this paper, we present an analytic approach to disentangle the learning content into its components and to capture the content-specific adaptivity in teaching practices with…

Descriptors: Fractions, Mathematics Instruction, Teacher Student Relationship, Course Content

Qetrani, Safâ; Achtaich, Naceur – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

To measure the procedural and conceptual knowledge of functions and to clarify the relationship between them in the context of mathematics education in Morocco, a structural equation modeling (SEM) analysis was used. In addition, correlation tests between students' grades at their Mathematical Analysis Assessments and their procedural and…

Descriptors: Correlation, Mathematics Instruction, Foreign Countries, Factor Analysis

The Sequence of Algebraic Problem-Solving Paths: Evidence from Structure Sense of Indonesian Student

Junarti; Zainudin, M.; Utami, Anita Dewi – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

The algebraic structure is one of the axiomatic mathematical materials that consists of definitions and theorems. Learning algebraic structure will facilitate the development of logical reasoning, hence facilitating the study of other aspects of axiomatic mathematics. Even with this, several researchers say a lack of algebraic structure sense is a…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Algebra, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Instruction

Wiryanto; Primaniarta, M. Gita; de Mattos, José Roberto Linhares – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

"Tedhak siten" is a Javanese traditional ceremony that marks the 8th month of the baby's age, marked by the baby's readiness to set foot on the ground. This tradition has a philosophical meaning with Javanese cultural values related to the concepts of calculating the ceremony time and the geometric shape of the ceremonial equipment used.…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Cultural Activities, Mathematical Concepts

Vos, Pauline; Frejd, Peter – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

Many students do not experience usefulness in mathematics. To address this problem, we offered them a mathematical tool, Sankey diagrams, which is a flow chart appearing in news media to visualize social, industrial or environmental processes. We carried out an Educational Design Research (EDR) to develop and evaluate lesson materials about…

Descriptors: Instructional Design, Mathematics Instruction, Visual Aids, Lesson Plans

Purnomo, Yoppy Wahyu; Pasri; Aziz, Tian Abdul; Shahrill, Masitah; Prananto, Irfan Wahyu – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

In the body of knowledge in mathematics education research, fractions are one of the researchers' concerns. The reason is because fractions are very difficult for students to understand. This study explores elementary school students' knowledge and obstacles in dealing with the multiplication of fractions. This study employs descriptive…

Descriptors: Fractions, Multiplication, Concept Formation, Knowledge Level

Pramudiani, Puri; Herman, Tatang; Turmudi; Dolk, Maarten; Doorman, Michiel – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

Understanding of fractions is difficult for Indonesian students. This often leads to misinterpretation in solving fractional problems. In this study, a task aiming at identifying students' struggles in understanding the basic concept of part-whole relationships in fractions was developed and tested with six 4th-grade students. The task uses…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Fractions, Foreign Countries

de Lange, Jan – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2021

I present my perspective on the design process in this article, arguing for a focus on student learning and "slow design" that stems from knowledge of mathematics and their support system in the learning process. I have a question about the design process academization and task design research direction. Numerous examples from my work at…

Descriptors: Learning Processes, Mathematics Instruction, Instructional Design, Task Analysis

Yunianto, Wahid; Prahmana, Rully Charitas Indra; Crisan, Cosette – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2021

Measuring teachers' skills and competencies is necessary to ensure teacher quality and contribute to education quality. Research has shown teachers competencies and skills influence students' performances. Previous studies explored teachers' knowledge through testing. Teachers' knowledge of the topic of area-perimeter and teaching strategies has…

Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Knowledge Level, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Geometric Concepts

Wijaya, Ariyadi; Elmaini; Doorman, Michiel – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2021

This research is aimed to describe a learning trajectory for probability through game-based learning. The research employed design research consisting of three stages: preparing for the experiment, design experiment, and retrospective analysis. A hypothetical learning trajectory (HLT) using Sudoku and Snake-and-ladder games was developed by…

Descriptors: Probability, Game Based Learning, Games, Learning Activities

Prahmana, Rully Charitas Indra; D'Ambrosio, Ubiratan – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2020

In general, many people still view mathematics as a subject that is far from reality and culture in everyday life. Historically, in fact, mathematics is very close to daily life and was developed by humans in response to the surrounding phenomena. Indonesia has diverse cultures, including in Yogyakarta. This culture can be used to explore…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Instruction, Geometry, Relevance (Education)

Muslimin; Putri, Ratu Ilma Indra; Zulkardi; Aisyah, Nyimas – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2020

Mathematical learning not only produces students who succeed in mathematical and procedural calculations but also develops religious thinking. Realistic mathematics education with the context of Islamic values makes students can imagine, which is one of the right ways to develop the skills of students' creativity, collaboration, and communication.…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Islam, Social Values, Religious Factors

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