About the Journal

Journal of Matematika dan Pembelajaran is an open access academic journal that publishing two editions each year (June and December). It is published by Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (LP2M) of Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Ambon, Indonesia and collaboration with Asosiasi Dosen Matematika dan Pendidikan/Tadris Matematika PTKIN (Ad-mapeta). This journal seeks to provide a venue for sharing new empirical research and theoretical analysis of intersections between mathematics and education.

Matematika dan Pembelajaran publishes original works that contribute to the scientific discussion of the relationship between mathematics instruction. The journal’s primary focus is on contemporary issues of mathematics abilities, ICT in mathematics education, design/ development research in mathematics education, realistic mathematics education, ethnomathematics, and PISA Task.

Submissions are welcome not only from scholars of mathematics education but also by lecturer and teacher. All submissions must not be previously published elsewhere. All submissions for publication are peer-reviewed double-blind.

Current Issue

					View Vol. 12 No. 1 (2024): MATEMATIKA DAN PEMBELAJARAN

This edition encompasses a diverse collection of research articles focusing on innovative educational strategies and tools in mathematics education. The studies provide valuable insights into enhancing students' critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and overall mathematical proficiency through various approaches and technologies.

  1. Meta Analysis: The Effect of Cooperative Learning Models on Students' Critical Thinking Abilities: This meta-analysis investigates the impact of cooperative learning models on students' critical thinking skills, synthesizing data from multiple studies to understand how these methodologies contribute to cognitive development in educational settings.

  2. Effectiveness of Learning Media Based on Quizizz Application with Realistic Mathematics Education Approach: This study evaluates the Quizizz application, integrated with the Realistic Mathematics Education (RME) approach, examining its effectiveness in improving student engagement, understanding, and learning outcomes in mathematics.

  3. Increasing Students’ Mathematical Proof Ability Through Commognitive Framework Based Assessment Instrument: The article explores the use of assessment instruments based on the commognitive framework to enhance students' abilities in mathematical proof, addressing cognitive and communicative challenges in constructing proofs.

  4. Mathematics Learning Instrument Development Based on RME Assisted by Live Worksheet to Develop Problem Solving Skills: This research involves developing mathematics learning instruments using the RME approach and Live Worksheet tools to improve students' problem-solving skills through interactive and contextually relevant experiences.

  5. Development of Mathematics Statistics E-Module Oriented on Schematic Representation: The study focuses on creating an e-module for teaching mathematical statistics, oriented towards schematic representation, to help students visualize and understand statistical concepts through structured illustrations.

  6. Algebraic Thinking Profile of Junior High School Students in Solving Problems: Perspective of Math Anxiety: This article examines junior high school students' algebraic thinking profiles while solving problems, particularly considering math anxiety's impact on their problem-solving approaches and performance in algebraic tasks.

Together, these articles contribute significantly to the field of mathematics education, offering innovative methods and tools to enhance students' cognitive abilities and mathematical skills.

Published: 2024-06-27


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