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Journal of Honai Math
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  This is an Open Access Journal Open Access journal
ISSN (Print) 2615-2185 - ISSN (Online) 2615-2193
Published by Universitas Papua Homepage  [3 journals]
  • Preservice Teachers Studying Video Narratives of Student Argumentation

    • Authors: Cheryl K. Van Ness, Carolyn A. Maher
      Abstract: National Standards in the teaching of mathematics call for teachers to pay attention to the nature of student problem solving and argumentation in learning mathematics. In order to attend to student argumentation, resources are needed in which student argumentation can be observed. This paper reports the result of a preservice-teacher intervention study in which teachers described student argumentation in a video narrative before and after instruction, which included video narratives designed to highlight argumentation. Pre- and post-assessment of teachers’ identification of student argumentation used a mixed-methods analysis to investigate growth in noticing more of children’s argumentation across a video narrative that was created with 15 video clips that displayed student argumentation in the classroom. Results showed that growth occurred in cycles that described shorter argumentation stories within the longer narrative. On average, over 85% of the teachers consistently exhibited growth at the end of a cycle of 3 to 6 video clips that provided a complete story of several children’s argumentation, in contrast to growth on specific clips that showed a particular child’s argument. Results suggest the enhanced value of using video episodes that reveal complete stories of student argumentation in a classroom for teacher intervention.
      PubDate: 2023-11-06
      DOI: 10.30862/jhm.v6i2.443
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 2 (2023)
  • Questions Used By Novice and Experienced Teacher in Intervening
           Mathematics Class Interactions

    • Authors: Moh Zayyadi, Harfin Lanya, Sitti Karimah Sulfiah
      Abstract: Learning interventions are mostly carried out by teachers in accommodating students' learning needs according to their characteristics because they can help students in improving their thinking. One form of learning intervention carried out by the teacher is through a question submission. Asking is the most common verbal communication behavior used in teaching. This research is a qualitative research with a descriptive approach because it is based on the research objective, finding out the use of questions by novice and experienced teachers in intervening mathematics class interactions. The subjects in the study were two novice teachers and two experienced teachers. The instruments used were observation sheets and interview guides which had been validated by the validator and declared feasible as research instruments. Checking the validity of the data using method triangulation and data source triangulation. The results of the study show that the use of questions by novice teachers and experienced teachers is still limited to uncovering operational knowledge and basic knowledge, not metacognitive knowledge, they are still using questions with the aim of remembering content that has been previously studied and providing calculation results and have not been able to encourage them to think critically, creatively as well as cultivating conceptual understanding and generating ideas and not directing and building student understanding
      PubDate: 2023-10-28
      DOI: 10.30862/jhm.v6i2.411
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 2 (2023)
  • Computer-based Mathematics Learning Studies in the Scopus Database Between
           2010-2023: A Bibliometric Review

    • Authors: Maximus Tamur, Sabina Ndiung, Valeria Suryani Kurnila, Eliterius Sennen, Kanisius Mandur
      Abstract: Computer-based Mathematics Learning (CBML) has become global in the last decade, providing opportunities for more significant interaction between schools and their environment. Although CBML has been widely applied, few studies highlight its growth trajectory, especially high-quality studies and those in the Scopus document. This study identifies CBML-related research that can provide a global perspective on learning and the development of the further investigation. Therefore a bibliometric analysis was conducted to identify 651 journal articles between 2010 and 2023 using the Scopus database. Data search uses the publish or perish application, and the VOS viewer program assists in analyzing theme linkages. This research addresses two issues: (i) reviewing the growth trajectory of CBML-related studies; and (ii) mapping between themes to identify gaps and the most important topics. The analysis results show that the study's trajectory appears fluid and is mediated by the impact of social restrictions due to Covid-19. The main topics and research gaps are discussed. Several implications are presented as helpful information for scientists and stakeholders
      PubDate: 2023-09-18
      DOI: 10.30862/jhm.v6i2.408
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 2 (2023)
  • Ethnomathematics Exploration of Traditional Games of Kaneka and Mariam in
           Nangapanda, East Nusa Tenggara

    • Authors: Stanislaus Amsikan, Yohanis Ndapa Deda
      Abstract: This research explores the mathematical concepts and cultural values in the traditional games of Kaneka (Kelereng) and Mariam (Patok Lele). The type of research used is ethnographic research with a qualitative approach. The research instruments used consisted of main instruments and auxiliary instruments. The research location was Nangapanda sub-district, with the research subject being a 58-year-old traditional leader and 10-year-old traditional game player. Data collection techniques in this study used technical triangulation by observing, interviewing and documenting the same sources. The data analysis technique used in this study refers to the Spradley design, namely domain analysis, taxonomic analysis, componential analysis, and cultural theme analysis. The results showed that: (1) the traditional game of marbles (Kaneka) contains elements of the Ball and half ball shapes, distance elements, and counting points in-game activities, including addition operations; (2) the traditional game of Patok Lele (Mariam) contains elements of cylinder shapes, elements of Comparison, elements of direction, and calculating scores including addition and multiplication operations.
      PubDate: 2023-09-18
      DOI: 10.30862/jhm.v6i2.434
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 2 (2023)
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