Authors:Ali Shodikin Pages: 1 - 11 Abstract: Learning integral calculus should be done with interesting and fun process, because this course is basic materials and a prerequisite for other subjects as well as the provision of teaching materials for high school students. However, based on the documentation that have done in one of the private universities in Lamongan in the last two years shows that the average score of student results in mathematics education and mathematics subjects integral calculus has only reached 42%. This suggests that the results of student learning especially integral calculus courses still low. One effort that can be done is to develop teaching materials based animation. Media animation that comes with the animations, audio, and video in teaching and learning can grow the interest of learners. Based on these descriptions, this study aims to develop teaching materials integral calculus-based animation. This study uses a study design development consists of four stages, namely: (1) definition, (2) design, (3) development, and (4) dissemination. The end product of this research is animation-based teaching media for the course of integral calculus. PubDate: 2017-06-30 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.887 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Rosmaiyadi Rosmaiyadi Pages: 12 - 19 Abstract: This research aims to test the effectiveness of Learning Cycle 7E”, the influence of learning style against the students ability of critical thinking, the best learning style of the student is critical thinking ability and description of students’ mathematical critical thinking ability in each learning style. The methods used in this research was Mixed Design Model; the Sequential Explanatory Method. The subject of this research is grade VIII. The research instrument used is the TKBKM, learning style questionnaire and interview guidelines. The effectiveness of Learning Cycle 7E it can be seen from the aspect of completeness, obtained the result that the proportion of students who got a value KBKM greater than or equal with KKM=70 have exceeded 75%, while the average difference test of experiments class and control class were t-count=6,497>t-tabel=1,671. This shows that the average students’ mathematical critical thinking ability taught by Learning Cycle 7E more than average than students’ mathematical critical thinking ability taught with conventional learning. Learning styles affect the students’ mathematical critical thinking ability, this is retrieved based on the test results of the Kruskal Wallis with Asym value sig is 0.046<0.05. The visual learning style has the best ability of mathematical critical thinking. Each learning style has advantages and disadvantages on aspects of ability of critical thinking mathematically, thus causing each learning style has differences the ability of critical thinking mathematically too. PubDate: 2017-06-30 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.722 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Sebti Mardiana, Abd Qohar Pages: 20 - 27 Abstract: The research is developmental research aimed to produce interactive media based on guided discovery learning on translation for XI grade students. Media is in form of web-pages which embed flash file and Geogebra applet in presenting material. The research uses model of multimedia development by Alessi and Trollip. Validation test’s result shows that media is valid with score of 76,25%. In other hand, product trial to students and pupil shows that media is practicable with score of 84,46%. Hence, media developed satisfies quality aspect namely valid and practicable. Research also shows that media can facilitate as well as motivate students’ learning. The use of media especially by ulitizing mathematical software with discovery learning method is highly suggested to be applied in mathematics instruction. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.606 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Nita Hidayati Pages: 28 - 32 Abstract: The objectives of this research is examine the impact of learning motivation of students in algebra matrix. Data collection techniques used in this study is the observation, questionnaires, tests, and documentation. The population in this study is a second semester student of Mathematics Education in UNSIKA Karawang. This research used purposive sampling techniques that have one class into the sample. In this study the researchers used one shot case study design. It is the result of observation after treatment. Indicators and variables that measured is learning achievement that includes the value of the midterm as the independent variable and final exams as the dependent variable. Data analysis is using Wilcoxon signed rank test. In the Wilcoxon signed rank test (, n,) showed that the learning motivation significantly increasing the value of UTS and UAS. The value of Means there is an increased motivation to learn students from UTS to UAS. This shows that the impact is positive motivation to learn. Therefore, the motivation has positive benefits for increase the value of UTS and UAS college students. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.562 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:satrio wicaksono sudarman, Nego Linuhung Pages: 33 - 39 Abstract: The research was conducted to find out the influence of learning model of scaffolding to understanding consept of integral. The design of this research is quasi experiment consisting of 1 experiment class and 1 control class. The purpose of this research is to examine and know the difference understanding concept of integral, students who obtained learning model of scaffolding and students who received conventional learning. This research was conducted at Muhammadiyah University of Metro. The population is all students of mathematics semester 2 Universitas Muhammadiyah Metro. Two classes are drawn into a sample, 1 class as a control class and 1 other class is given learning model of scaffolding. Based on the results of research that has been done can be concluded that there is a difference understanding integral concept students who obtain learning model of scaffolding and students who obtain conventional learning. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.866 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Nurul Farida, Rina Agustina Pages: 40 - 47 Abstract: Teaching materials are learning resources in the form of materials or materials arranged systematically to help educators in learning so that learners are able to master the competence to be achieved. Based on the results of prasurvey obtained results that not yet available teaching materials that are able to facilitate, find, and develop mathematical concepts in advanced calculus course. Inquiry is a learning activity that emphasizes the critical thinking process and analysis to find and solve the problems until get a conclusion.This study aims to analyze the process of preparing the teaching material based inqury in Advanced Calculus course. The results obtained from this study are the teaching material based inqury in Advanced Calculus course which received an average validation score of 63% in the eligible categories of language, instructional design, and materials, and it can be implementation in advanced calculus learning. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.861 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Himmatul Ulya, Ratri Rahayu Pages: 48 - 55 Abstract: Mathematics learning in SD 1 Bae Kudus could not make students fun in learning yet. Mathematics learning was still centered on the teacher so that students had not had the opportunities to convey their mathematical ideas either orally or written. This caused the students’ mathematical communication ability were low. The goals of this study were: (1) to determine whether the mathematical communication ability of students through the application of treffinger learning using a traditional game of congklak on multiplication material reach the completeness learning and (2) to determine the quality improvement of students’ mathematical communication ability who joined treffinger learning using a traditional game of congklak on multiplication material. This study was an experimental research with one-group pretest-posttest design. The research implemented on 2nd grade ini SD 1 Bae Kudus in multiplication material. The techniques of data collection used was test to measure mathematical communication ability of students. The techniques of data analysis in the study included the analysis of data to determine the completeness learning and to analyze the improvement students’ mathematical communication ability. The results of study showed that through the application of treffinger learning using a traditional game of congklak, then (1) mathematical communication ability of students reach the completeness learning, either individually and classical and (2) students’ mathematical communication ability had increased in the medium category by 65%. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.773 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Kartika Maharani Dwi Astuti, Rubono Setiawan Pages: 56 - 67 Abstract: The problem of Addition Operation of Functions often emerges in Junior National Science and Math Olympiads at the regional level, provincial level, and national level. Non-routine questions related to the addition of functions tested In the Junior National Science Math Olympiad are more concern on the problem-solving. The questions have complex types and these types cannot directly solved by common routine procedures. Systematic-logical thinking and high level of understanding ability are required to solve the problem. There are some basic strategies which can be implemented to find the right solutions. Blended strategy plays a significant role to solve the problem. This research will discuss about the strategy to simplify equal group problem from another point of view in order to solve the addition of functions problem in the Junior National Science Math Olympiad. The implementation of the strategy is based on the Polya’s Problem-Solving Techniques. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.777 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Memen Permata Azmi Pages: 68 - 80 Abstract: This research is a quasi-experimental with nonequivalent pretest-posttest control group design by using Concrete-Representational- (CRA) based on intuition approach and Conventional Learning (CL) conducted to investigate enhancement of students mathematical communication ability. Population of the research is seventh grade students in one of the Junior High School in Kampar district Riau Province, amounting to 175 students. The sampling research using purposive sampling techniques to choose two classes totaling 66 students who homogeneous characteristics. Before the experiment, the students are classified into high, medium, and low level of prior mathematical ability. The instruments of research are daily test results and a mathematical communication ability test. The research found that the enhancement mathematical communication ability of students who received CRA based on intuition approach are better than those of students who recieved CL reviewed based on overall students, students of high level prior mathematical ability, students of medium level prior mathematical ability, and students of low level prior mathematical ability. Other findings, there are differences in enhancement mathematical communication ability of students between level of prior mathematical ability (high, medium, and low) who received CRA based on intuition approach PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.798 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Arni Rahmawati, Swaditya Rizki Pages: 81 - 88 Abstract: The objective of this research and development is to develop teaching materials of mathematics on social arithmetic based on Islamic values that are feasible, practical, and effective. This research type is Research and Development (R&D). The model used in this research is consisting of 10 stages. The instruments of data collection used the questionnaires and evaluation questions. The questionnaires are consisting of design, material, and Islamic content. The result of the research is the average of validation percentage is 82,3%, so the teaching material is categorized as feasible. Based on the validation process showed that the teaching material that developed is included the feasible category, with an average percentage are 82.3%. While the results of small group trial showed that the responses of students in the pilot phase of small groups from 16 students are obtained 87.5%, and the result from the test is obtained the average more than 75% of the students who score more than the standard of 75.00. From the results of this research can be concluded that the teaching material of social arithmetic is feasible, practical, and effective. PubDate: 2017-06-30 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.860 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Anggi Meylia Saraswati, Abdul Aziz Saefudin Pages: 89 - 99 Abstract: The study explain about implementation Group Investigation’s model of mathematics learning in set subject. Group Investigation’s model is cooperative learning models that requires students to be actively involved, creative, dan scientific to develop idea to solve some problems. The implementation Group Investigation’s model of mathematics learning based on teacher centered learning problem. The implementation Group Investigation’s model of mathematics learning in set subject expected to be a solution of the problem learning and the learning can go well. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.869 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Rustinah Rustinah Pages: 100 - 106 Abstract: The purpose of this study is find math learning scenarios format with active student learning method of learning mathematics by using multimedia power point to determine how much influence can enhance the activity, discuss the skills and student learning outcomes. Subjects examined or samples studied were students who study at grade students geometry IX.2 SMP Negeri 3 Batanghari, East Lampung. This study occurred during the three months using three cycles. The variables measured in the study include the involvement of the student in the learning process, skills in using media power point and student learning outcomes. Conclusions of this research is that it can increase the creativity of teachers using a variety of learning resources and selection methods that can encourage the creation of a learning process student active learning with contextual approach through multimedia. Can enhance the activity, and fun atusiasme students during the learning process, improve students' skills in solving problems and improve learning outcomes, especially the material geometry. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.911 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Noto Margianto Pages: 107 - 114 Abstract: This study aims to improve student learning outcomes through the implementation of cooperative learning method of Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition (CIRC) type. This type of research is CAR (Classroom Action Research). The subject of the recipients of the action is the students of grade XII IPA 4 Senior High School 1 Punggur, amounting to 33 students. Data collection methods used are observation method, test method, documentation method and field note. Data analysis technique used are data analysis process, data presentation, and data verification. To guarantee the validity of data used triangulation technique. The result of the research shows the improvement of mathematics learning outcomes of students on Logarithmic subject. This can be seen from: 1) Student's completeness before the action is 14 students (39,13%) and at the end of action reaches 19 students (82,61%), 2) The courage of student to ask unclear material before action that is 5 Students (21.74%) and at the end of the action reached 15 students (65.22%), 3) Students who responses to other students' opinions before action is2 students (8.69%) and at the end of the action reaches 11 students (47 , 82%), 4) Enthusiastic students to do the problem before the action that is 8 students (34,78%) and at the end of action reaches 17 students (73,91%). The conclusion of this research is the implementation of cooperative learning method type Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition (CIRC) can improve student learning achievement of mathematics on Logarithmic subject. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.889 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Landyasari Riffyanti, Rubono Setiawan Pages: 115 - 127 Abstract: This study analyzed the mathematical problem solving strategy that combines a backward step and reasoned logically to answer the High School Olympic level problems related to number theory for the district, national, and provincial level which are often issued from year to year. The mentioned problem is more about the application of number theory problem, which is determine a number and the value of the questioned number. The study began by analyzing some Olympic problems. These problems are answered and resolved by a combination of mathematical problem solving strategies, which are backward step and reasoned logically. Implementation of this solving problem should also be adjusted with Polya step which is consists of four stages. Polya step is used to give better structured problem solving. Compared with trial and error method, this analyze can give an effective combination to determine a number and the value of a number. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.779 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Ira Vahlia, Yeni Rahmawati, Tri Anjar Pages: 128 - 135 Abstract: Appropriate learning models contribute to student learning interest in math. The purpose of this study is to describe the difference in effectiveness between scientific approach based on group investigation and discovery in terms of student's interest in learning. The research that is conducted is quasi experimental research and the design used is 2 x factorial description. In experimental class I that apply scientific approach model based on study group investigation obtained the average value of learning outcome of 66.60 while in the experimental class II applying the approach Science-based discovery learning obtained the average value of posttest of 76.28. Based on the marginal rate, the scientific approach to discovery-based learning on moderate interest in learning outcomes is higher than the learning outcomes at high and low interest. In the scientific approach based on group study investigation and discovery learning there are differences in average learning outcomes between high, medium and low interest. Scientific approach based on group investigation learning on higher interest in learning outcomes is higher than moderate and low interest. PubDate: 2017-06-30 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.909 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)

Authors:Bagus Ardi Saputro, Sumarni Sumarni Pages: 136 - 150 Abstract: The objective of this research is to find the phenomenon and design the learning with the characteristics of realistic mathematical approach and the scientific approach for the procedure of constructing the line for the angle. This research is research and development which still on the table experiment stage that choose the topic stage, subject matter, concept, and scenario in relevant situation type with the concept. In the development stage obtained the first stage instructional design to determining the seat of advertising tower founded crossroads of three roads selected as a context for learning that leads students beginning in accordance with the characteristics of realistic mathematics approach.the initial design of the first stage of research development was implementation, by tested to three students of mathematics education level II semester 3 at one of the private university on December 2017. The result of design instructional tasted show that begins with the context of establishing advertising tower at the intersection of three streets can be used as an alternative design of line learning for angles. This design is in accordance with the characteristics of a realistic mathematical approach and will be more effective if students are adept at using GeoGebra and using the software in the learning process. PubDate: 2017-08-05 DOI: 10.24127/ajpm.v6i1.915 Issue No:Vol. 6, No. 1 (2017)