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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 10, October 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



The Results Of Prototype Test Media Of Mathematical Electronic Reflective Book In Mathematics Learning

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AUTHOR(S)

Hery Suharna, Abubakar Kadir, Nurningsih Hi Abdullah

 

KEYWORDS

prototype, electronic book, mathematics learning

 

ABSTRACT

Students 'mathematics learning difficulties are often experienced, especially in algebraic material, namely: (1) difficulty connecting between concepts in mathematics, (2) the occurrence of thinking barriers caused by incomplete information about previous mathematical concepts, (3) students' inability to accept objects direct mathematics, so that students do not master the concept correctly, (4) students are not able to understand a mathematical problem correctly when solving mathematical problems, and (5) students do not use operations and procedures correctly. On the basis of these student difficulties resulting in problem solving results, students' mistakes when solving the mathematical problem need to get the attention of all circles. Electronic books are books that can be used to overcome student difficulties. This learning media can be used by students independently, to help facilitate learning, especially mathematics. In the trial of this research and development product, the author chooses an individual test, namely by taking a sample of 6 students who have not taken algebraic material with regard to high, medium, and low abilities. The results of the overall data analysis, this learning media can be categorized as valid because it meets the criteria for validation in terms of content (material) of 85.4% and in terms of (media) appearance of 84.4%. In addition, the average overall response given by subjects tried to meet the practical criteria of 80.6%.

 

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