LSP-Jurnal Ilmiah Dosen
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Koleksi Jurnal Ilmiah DosenFri, 29 May 2020 17:31:08 GMT2020-05-29T17:31:08ZStudent Thinking Process in Solving Open-Ended Problem of the PISA Model of Space and Shape Contents Based on Adversity Quotient (AQ)
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Student Thinking Process in Solving Open-Ended Problem of the PISA Model of Space and Shape Contents Based on Adversity Quotient (AQ)
KUSUMAWARDANI, Linda; SUSANTO, Susanto; YULIATI, Nanik
The purpose of this research is to describe the thinking process of students with high AQ (Climber),
medium AQ (Camper), and low AQ (Quitter) from grade VIII-C students of Junior High School 2 Jember
in solving open-ended problem of PISA model of Space and Shape based on Polya's problem- solving.
This research is a descriptive research with the qualitative approach. Data collection methods which are
used are tests, interviews, and questionnaires. In this research, data analysis is done using descriptive
analysis. The data analyzed in this research is the answer sheet for the student about the problem of
mathematical problem-solving test and interview result. The results of the analysis show that each subject
is different based on the thinking process. A Student with high AQ (Climber) shows a lot of equilibrium in
it through the stage of assimilation and accommodation. Students with medium AQ (Camper) show a lot
of assimilation and accommodation conditions are also slightly disequilibrium. Students with low AQ
(Quitter) show a lot of disequilibrium, assimilation, accommodation and a little equilibrium.
Fri, 01 Dec 2017 00:00:00 GMThttp://repository.unej.ac.id/handle/123456789/990942017-12-01T00:00:00ZAnxiety of Students in Visualization, Analysis, and Informal Deduction Levels to Solve Geometry Problems
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Anxiety of Students in Visualization, Analysis, and Informal Deduction Levels to Solve Geometry Problems
SUNARDI, Sunardi; YUDIANTO, Erfan; SUSANTO, Susanto; KURNIATI, Dian; CAHYO, Rahmad Dwi; SUBANJI, Subanji
This research aims to describe the anxiety of grade 9 students
to solve geometry problems based on the IDEAL stages, that is, identify,
define, explore, act, and look back. The subjects were three students who
each had one student at each level, namely, visualization, analysis, and
informal deduction. The data were collected through tests and
interviews. To guarantee the validity and reliability of the research, the
triangulation technique was used. The findings and conclusions were as
follows: students’ visualization anxiety could be observed in the
explore stage, which was caused by their confusion to use the
Pythagorean theorem in which only one side was known, and in the act
stage, which was caused by the thinking barrier as they were unable to
write the solution and add the explanation; students’ analysis anxiety
could be observed in the act stage, which was caused by their confusion
to ponder over the working time and the use of a wrong method, and in
the look-back stage, which was caused by their uncertainty and worry
for giving incorrect answers; and students’ informal deduction anxiety
appeared in the act stage, which was caused by the thinking barrier as
they were unable to describe the use of proportion of base and
perpendicular of a right triangle.
Mon, 01 Apr 2019 00:00:00 GMThttp://repository.unej.ac.id/handle/123456789/990932019-04-01T00:00:00ZAnalisis Kesalahan Siswa dalam Menyelesaikan Soal Cerita Matematika Berdasarkan Tahapan Newman Beserta Bentuk Scaffolding yang Diberikan
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Analisis Kesalahan Siswa dalam Menyelesaikan Soal Cerita Matematika Berdasarkan Tahapan Newman Beserta Bentuk Scaffolding yang Diberikan
FATAHILLAH, Arif; WATI N.T, Yuli Fajar; SUSANTO, Susanto
This research aims to analyze students error types in solving contextual
mathematics problem based on Newman’s error analysis and scaffolding form that’s
given to the eight students of Darul Hikmah Junior High School Jember. Instruments that
were used in this research are contextual mathematical problem, interview guide,
scaffolding guide, and validation sheet. The coeficient validity test is 4,81 and the
coeficient validity interview guide is 4,75, so that the criteria of validity research
instrumen is valid. Error types student’s according to Newman consists of reading error,
comprehension error, transformation error, process skill error, and encoding error.
Based on students’ errors, the highest error percentage is comprehension error that's
70,01%, and the lowest error percentage is reading error that’s 20,77%. Generally, the
cause of students’ errors is they are not accustomed to solve contextual problems.
Scaffolding is a form of help that’s given by the teacher to the students to overcome
students’ difficulties when doing a task that can’t be finished by students. Scaffolding that
was used in this research refers to Anghileri’s scaffolding level. In scaffolding level 1
(Enviromental Provisions), scaffolding that’s given to students is preparing the learning
environment by explaining a little material about Arithmetic Operation Sub Subject of
Fraction and giving contextual mathematical problem. Scaffolding that’s given to
students with reading error and comprehension error is at level 2 that are reviewing,
restructuring, and explaining. Scaffolding that’s given to students with transformation
error at level 2 that are reviewing, restructuring, and explaining and level 3 that’s
developing conceptual thinking. Scaffolding that’s given to students with process skill
error is at level 2 that are reviewing, restructuring, and explaining. Scaffolding that’s
given to students with encoding error is at level 2 that are reviewing.
Sat, 01 Apr 2017 00:00:00 GMThttp://repository.unej.ac.id/handle/123456789/990922017-04-01T00:00:00ZManagement Capability in a Structural Modelling of the Quality of Economics and Accounting Education in Indonesia
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Management Capability in a Structural Modelling of the Quality of Economics and Accounting Education in Indonesia
SUPRIADI, Oding; MUTROFIN, Mutrofin
The research reported on in this article was motivated by the absence of modifications to A model for the study of classroom
teaching proposed by Dunkin and Biddle in 1974. In this paper we aim to provide revision input to A model for the study of
classroom teaching by adding management capability to the group of school community context. The research examined the
suitability of structural equation modelling between managerial capability and the quality of economic and accounting
education based on the data, as well as the effect of managerial capability on the quality of economic and accounting
education. The research instrument consisted of two inventory sets that were valid and reliable. The validity and reliability of
items were tested using Cronbach’s Alpha (Alpha Cronbach’s = .89 and .87; R = .78 and R = .82). Data was collected from
150 principals and 150 economics and accounting teachers. Based on the analysis using the linear structural relations
(LISREL) 8.80 version, the results of the study show that: 1) the structural equation model of managerial capability,
including managing schools and performing management functions, managing human resources and educational personnel,
and managing the learning process, can be used to estimate, predict, or explain the quality of economic and accounting
education; 2) managerial capability has a significant effect on the quality of economic and accounting education in schools.
Based on these findings, management capability can be included as a revision of A model for the study of classroom
teaching.
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