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Sugama Maskar; Tatang Herman – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2024

The aim of this study is to understand the relationship between teacher and student mindsets in relation to the student's comprehension of mathematics concepts. This study used a qualitative research type with a case study method. Participants in this study were 30 students and one teacher from one of the public junior high schools in Cianjur,…

Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Mathematical Concepts, Comprehension, Teacher Student Relationship

Lathiful Anwar; Cholis Sa'dijah; Wasilatul Murtafiah; Miftha Huljannah – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2024

Comprehending and formulating strategies for geometry problems that require higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) is crucial in enhancing mathematics education. This study implements a qualitative case study approach to comprehend how prospective mathematics teachers with varying Adversity Quotients (AQ) solve geometry Higher-Order Thinking Skill…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Teachers, Geometry, Mathematics Education

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

Yurizka Melia Sari; Ahmad Wachidul Kohar; Yulia Izza El Milla; Shofan Fiangga; Dwi Shinta Rahayu – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2024

Nutrition facts are the details on food packaging that describe its nutritional value, including serving size, calories, macronutrients like carbohydrates, protein, and fat, and micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals. These facts have mathematical concepts that can be utilized as a context for prospective teachers to create mathematical…

Descriptors: Numeracy, Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Instruction

Radmehr, Farzad – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

Task design is an important element of effective mathematics teaching and learning. Past research in mathematics education has investigated task design in mathematics education from different perspectives (e.g., cognitive and cultural) and offered a number of (theoretical) frameworks and sets of principles. In this study, through a narrative…

Descriptors: Guidelines, Instructional Design, Ethnography, Teaching Methods

Caviedes, Sofía; de Gamboa, Genaro; Badillo, Edelmira – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

Studies that address preservice teachers' knowledge of area measurement emphasize their lack of knowledge and their tendency towards the use of formulas, without offering a body of knowledge that helps to address such difficulties. This study offers an approximation of the mathematical knowledge necessary for preservice teachers to solve area…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Problem Solving, Preservice Teachers, Pedagogical Content Knowledge

Fitriati, Fitriati; Rosli, Roslinda; Iksan, Zanaton H. – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

Planning a mathematics lesson plan is a complex process. Its quality contributes to the effectiveness of mathematics instruction. Given this significance, improving prospective mathematics teachers' lesson planning ability is essential for teacher preparation programs to produce effective teachers. This study examines how a lesson study within a…

Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Lesson Plans, Mathematics Teachers, College School Cooperation

Didi Suryadi; Takashi Itoh; Isnarto – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

This paper aims to explore an Indonesian prospective mathematics teacher's lesson planning and identify its characteristics of mathematical task design from the viewpoint of the anthropological theory of the didactic. The well-documented activities concerning lesson planning developed by the prospective mathematics teacher in her experiment to…

Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Lesson Plans, Mathematics Instruction

Edwar; Ratu Ilma Indra Putri; Zulkardi; Darmawijoyo – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

Indonesia's Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) results from 2000 to 2018 are worrisome because they are at the bottom of the international rankings. This result illustrates the low quality of education in Indonesia, which correlates with the qualifications of teachers. The quality of education will increase proportionally to the…

Descriptors: High School Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Workshops, Foreign Countries

Ifada Novikasari; Yüksel Dede – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

This study aimed to develop a specific Mathematical Content Knowledge (MCK) test focused on multiplication for pre-service mathematics teachers in Indonesia and Türkiye. No assessment tool exists to measure MCK related to multiplication among pre-service mathematics teachers. We used convenience sampling to obtain data from third- and fourth-year…

Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Multiplication, Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers

Rodríguez-Nieto, Camilo Andrés; Font, Vicenç; Rodríguez-Vásquez, Flor Monserrat; Pino-Fan, Luis Roberto – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

An onto-semiotic analysis of the mathematical connections established by one in-service mathematics teachers and university students when solving a problem about launching a projectile using the derivative was carried out. Theoretically, this research was based on the articulation between the Extended Theory of Mathematical Connections and the…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Semiotics, Teaching Methods, Task Analysis

Silva, Anaís Veloso; Viseu, Floriano; Menezes, Luís – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

Communication plays a key role in teaching and learning processes. Questions are a communicational act greatly used by teachers to structure their discourse, establish dynamics, and foster interaction between the different participants in the classroom. In view of these potentialities of questions in the classroom context, we have developed a…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Education, Grade 10, Foreign Countries

Design of Interactive Mathematical Tasks That Make up the Reasoning and the Ethnomathematics Program

Cervantes-Barraza, Jonathan Alberto; Araujo, Armando Aroca – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

The design of mathematical tasks has taken the replacement on the research agenda of Mathematics Education. In this article, we provide principles of design of interactive mathematical tasks that make up the reasoning and the Ethnomathematics program. The research context involved the design, the development, and the analysis of written and oral…

Descriptors: Instructional Design, Mathematics Instruction, Task Analysis, Thinking Skills

Jojo, Zingiswa; Madikizela-Madiya, Nomanesi – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

This paper is based on an argument that the disruption of school spaces can demerit the myth that Mathematics is difficult and a struggle for learners in some contexts. Combining spatial theories and the phenomenon of disruption, the paper reports from a qualitative research project that analyzed the dynamics of space and place in South African…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Teachers

Kohar, Ahmad Wachidul; Rahaju, Endah Budi; Rohim, Abdur – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

Physical distancing, which is widely practiced limiting the spread of COVID-19, is recognized to contain mathematical thoughts that can be harnessed as a context for prospective teachers' practices of mathematical problem posing. The goal of this study is to investigate the profile of mathematical tasks posed by prospective mathematics teachers…

Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Education, Numeracy