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Metacognition Process of Students with High Mathematics Anxiety in Mathematics Problem-Solving Udil, Patrisius Afrisno; Kusmayadi, Tri Atmojo; Riyadi, Riyadi
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 2, No 1 (2017): International Conference on Science and Applied Science 2017
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v2i1.16724

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This study aims to find out students’ metacognition process while solving the mathematics problem. It focuses on analyzing the metacognition process of students with high mathematics anxiety based on Polya’s problem solving phases. This study uses qualitative research with case study strategy. The subjects consist of 8 students of 7th grade selected through purposive sampling. Data in the form of Mathematics Anxiety Scale (MAS) result and recorded interview while solving mathematics problems were analyzed qualitatively using Miles and Huberman steps. Before selecting the subjects, the researcher gave the Mathematics Anxiety Scale (MAS) to obtain students with high anxiety. Then, subjects were interviewed while solving the problem to investigate their metacognition process. The results show that: (1) The metacognition processes of students with high anxiety in understanding the problem involve planning, monitoring, and evaluating to explore and understand information of the given problem. (2) The metacognition processes of students with high anxiety in devising a plan involve planning and monitoring to identify the possible strategy for solving the problem. (3) The metacognition processes of students with high anxiety in carrying out the plan involve planning to use the strategy and procedures to find the solution. (4) In the final steps namely looking back, there is no metacognition process of students with high anxiety identified. Thus, it can be said that the high of mathematics anxiety can cause the lack of students’ metacognition process while solving the mathematics problem. 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Profile of Visual-Spatial Intelligence In Solving Geometric of 11th Grades Viewed From Gender Differences Rimbatmojo, Sigit; Kusmayadi, Tri Atmojo; Riyadi, Riyadi
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 2, No 1 (2017): International Conference on Science and Applied Science 2017
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v2i1.16742

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Visual-spatial intelligence is one of the multiple bits of intelligence that important to solve a mathematics problem, especially in geometry. This present research investigates the profile of students’ visual-spatial intelligence. This research focuses on analysis and description of students’ visual-spatial intelligence level generally and its aspect when solving the geometric problem. Visual-spatial intelligence aspect, there is imagination, pattern seeking, problem-solving, and conceptualization. Qualitative research with case study strategy was used in this research. The subject in this research involved 12 students of 11th grades chosen with purposive sampling. Data in this research were students’ visual-spatial intelligence test result and task based interviews. They were asked to complete visual-spatial intelligence test before interview. The data was analyzed based on visual-spatial intelligence aspect of female and male students. The results of this research show that female students have better pattern seeking and conceptualization. Meanwhile, male students have better in imagination and problem-solving.
Brain based learning with contextual approach to mathematics achievement Kartikaningtyas, V; Kusmayadi, T A; Riyadi, Riyadi
International Journal of Science and Applied Science: Conference Series Vol 2, No 1 (2017): International Conference on Science and Applied Science 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/ijsascs.v2i1.16760

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The aim of this study was to know the effect of Brain Based Learning (BBL) with a contextual approach to mathematics achievement. BBL-contextual is the learning model that designed to develop and optimize the brain ability for getting a new concept and solving the real life problem. This study method was a quasi-experiment. The population was the junior high school students. The sample chosen by using stratified cluster random sampling. The sample was 109 students. The data collected through a mathematics achievement test that was given after the treatment. The data analyzed by using one way ANOVA. The results of the study showed that BBL-contextual is better than direct learning on mathematics achievement. It means BBL-contextual could be an effective and innovative model.
Co-Authors Abdul Aziz Hidayat Abdul Razak Abi Fadila Adeyanto, Rizki Ahmad Ahmad Aji Permana Putra Alhabsyi, Fadhel Abdullah Ali Fakhrudin, Ali Alloni, Kevin Yudhistira Anasiru, R.H. Andriawan Nurcahyo, Andriawan Anita Dewi Utami, Anita Dewi Anna Setyowati Ardiantoro, Gigih Ardiyani, Shila Majid Ari Suningsih Arief, Sigit S. Arifa Apriliana, Arifa Arinta Rara Kirana Ariska Yuliana Putri Armansyah, Yanuar Arsa’ad Kurniadi Arum Dwi Rahmawati Dwi Rahmawati, Arum Dwi Rahmawati Dwi Arum Dwi Rahmawati, Arum Dwi Asih Miatun, Asih Asy’ari Asy’ari Atmojo, I.R. Widianto Aulia Musla Mustika Budi Usodo Budiyono Budiyono Burhan Mustaqim Devi Larasati Dewantara, Rizky Yudhi Dewi Kurniasari, Dewi Dewi Retno Sari Saputro Dewi, Lenny Puspita Dewi, Yasinta Putri Djumaliningsih, Nosa Putri Dwi Yuni Pramugarini Dwiani Listya Kartika, Dwiani Listya E.P.U, Moertiningsih Edi Irawan Eka Nur Azizah Endah Asmarawati, Endah Endah Wulantina, Endah Endang Siti Astuti Endang Sri Handayani Erni Susanti Ersam Mahendrawan Farah Heniati Santosa, Farah Heniati Farouk, Umar Firmansyah, I.U. Fitri Andika Nurussafa’at, Fitri Andika Fitriani, Nur Syarifah Gatut Iswahyudi Gunarhadi Gunarhadi, Gunarhadi Guritno Ari Wibowo Hadi Mulyono Hanafiah, Anis Hartono Hartono Hasan Mahfud Hasyim, Fatchun Herlambang, Mustika Hidayat Bahktiar, Hidayat Hidayat, Edisut Taufik Hidayatulloh Hidayatulloh Imam Sujadi Irma Ayuwanti, Irma Irnistisia, Firna Isnaeni Umi Machromah, Isnaeni Umi Iwan Hermawan Jeany Maria Fatima, Jeany Maria Juitaning Mustika, Juitaning Kertahadi Kertahadi Khairunnisa, Eka Agustina Kuncara, Adi Wahyu Latif, Ikhsan Abdul Lina Utami, Lina Luthfiana Mirati, Luthfiana Maghfiroh Yanuarti Mania Roswitha Mardiyana Mardiyana Mariyati, Yuni Miftachudin Miftachudin, Miftachudin Muhammad Aqil Muhammad Gazali Mulyadi Mulyadi Mulyaningrum Lestari, Mulyaningrum Nina Nurmasari Nok Yeni Heryaningsih, Nok Yeni Noor Hidayati Nuraini Muhassanah Nurul Amalia K W Nyoto Nyoto, Nyoto Panglipur Yekti, Sherly Mayfana Patrisius Afrisno Udil, Patrisius Afrisno Pratama, Riska Widya Priatmoko, Digky Bima Puji Ayuni Purwati Purwati Putra, Wahyu Dwi Rachmanti, Aulia Rany Widyastuti Rima Aksen Cahdriyana Rina Kurniawati Rizki Yudhi Dewantara, Rizki Yudhi Sajidan Sajidan Satriya Nugroho, Chrismantya Dwi Senny Widyaningsih Sigit Pamungkas Sigit Rimbatmojo, Sigit Siti Komsatun Siti Mutmainah Sofia Hapsari, Alfonsa Maria Sri Hartati Ningsih Sri Marmoah Sri Subanti Sri, Yamtinah Sudiyanto Sudiyanto Sugihardjo Sugihardjo Suharmanto Suharmanto, Suharmanto Sulaiman Sulaiman Sumanah Sumanah Suryanjani, Samsi Susilawati, Dyah Syarifah, Triana Jamilatus T A Kusmayadi, T A Tanti Listiani, Tanti Tarmo, Tarmo Titik Yuniarti Tri Atmojo Kusmayadi Tri Silaningsih Triyanto Triyanto Tunggu Biyarti Twiningsih, Anik Ulfa Masamah, Ulfa Ummi Rosyidah, Ummi V Kartikaningtyas, V Veramita, Iis Dian Via Yustitia, Via Vivi Fenty Anggraeny Wahyu Prihatiningrum Wahyumiarti Wahyumiarti, Wahyumiarti Wardi, Musfiatul Widodo Widodo Yekti Putri Kusumaningtyas Yulianti Yulianti Zara Mertiana RZ