Proceedings of the Mathematics, Informatics, Science, and Education International Conference (MISEIC 2018)

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Designing Teaching Material Oriented Towards Inquiry-Based Learning in Biology

Insar Damopolii, Jan Hendreik Nunaki, Elya Nusantari, Novri Youla Kandowangko
The inquiry-based learning model is the model suggested for learning in the 21st century. This learning process will succeed if supported by teaching material that prepares students for real-life situations. This research aimed to design and develop valid teaching material that is oriented towards inquiry-based...
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Comparison of Knowledge and Hydration Awareness on Adolescent Soccer Athletes

Kunjung Ashadi, Rangga Lutfi Fachri, Gigih Siantoro, Donny Ardhi Kusuma, Agus Hariyanto, I Dewa Made Kusuma
Soccer is a sport type that is done for long time duration. Therefore, it is important for soccer athletes to maintain the adequacy of body fluids so that sports performance is maintained properly. The purpose of this study is to determine the level of knowledge and hydration awareness of adolescents...
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Properties of Anti-Adjacency Matrix of Cyclic Directed Windmill Graph K ⃗(4,n)

Muhammad Sabili Robbi Solihin, S Aminah, Suarsi Utama
Anti-adjacency matrix is a way to represent a directed graph as a square matrix, whose entries show whether there is a directed edge from a vertex to another one. This paper focuses on the properties of anti-adjacency matrix of windmill graph (4,), such as its characteristic polynomial and eigenvalues....
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Navigating New Waters: Indonesian Muslims Practicing Islam in A Taiwanese University

Donne Jone Panizales Sodusta, Ricky Setiawan, Beni Setiawan
This phenomenological study sought to understand the lived experiences of Indonesian international students studying in Taiwan and their practice of Islam. An open-ended questionnaire was first administered to a group of Indonesian students in a Taiwanese public university then three interviewees were...
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Students’ Metacognitive Thinking Process in Solving Covalent Bonding Problem Based on Academic Ability Level

H Aliyah, Erman Erman, B Sugiarto
This study was designed to identify and describe students’ metacognitive thinking process of solving covalent bonding based on student academic ability level One hundred eight high school students in Indonesia participated in the study. Students are classified into upper, middle and lower academic groups...
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Teacher Training Scaffolding Type to Improve Teacher’s Ability in Developing Guided Inquiry Practical Worksheet

Abdul Rosid, Yayan Sunarya, Mulyati Arifin
Generally, a teacher training is still ineffective and has many weaknesses in its implementation. The main objective of a teacher training is to improve teachers’ abilities and skills in teaching, so as to prepare students for competition in the millennial century. In chemistry learning teachers must...
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The Characteristics of Digital Assessment Bloom for Indonesian Junior High School

Yurizka Melia Sari, Badrun Kartowagiran, Heri Retnawati, Shofan Fiangga
In this recent years, the integration of technology in learning and assessment has become a major need in education. In Indonesia, CBT has been used as a computer-based national examination system (UNBK), a computerized exam as a media to display the problem and process of answering it. In addition,...
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The Effect of Think-Pair-Share Learning with Contextual Approach on Junior High School Students’ Mathematics Problem Solving Ability

Choirul Abidin, Siti Maghfirotun Amin, Raden Sulaiman
The aim of this research was to find out the effect of Think-Pair-Share learning with contextual approach on students’ mathematics problem solving ability. The static group comparison design was used as the research design. This research used test method with the research instrument of problem solving...
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Validity and Effectiveness of Physics Learning Package based on Guided-Inquiry to Improve Science Process Skills of Senior High School Student

Agung Aliffianto, Mohammad Nur, Madlazim Madlazim
The aim of this research is to know the validity and effectiveness of physics learning package based on Guided Inquiry. This research uses development method by Plomp and Nieven research design. Physics learning package that have been developed and then validated by three expert validators from UNESA....
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Mathematical Justification Ability: Students’ Divergent and Convergent Process in Justifying Quadrilateral

Magita Danang Pamungkas, Dwi Juniati, Masriyah Masriyah
Justification is an important component in learning mathematics to optimize reasoning skill, understanding concepts and mathematical communication. This research is qualitative descriptive research because it aims to obtain a natural picture of the student’s mathematical justification on the quadrilateral...
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Chemistry for Beginners: What Makes Good and Bad Impression

Inas Sausan, Sulistyo Saputro, Nurma Yunita Indriyanti
Most secondary high school students think that chemistry was a difficult subject. Bad perception can influence the students’ interest in chemistry. We aimed was to explore the students’ perception toward chemistry in junior high school and its influences on students’ interest to learn chemistry in secondary...
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Encouraging Literacy in Mathematics Teaching and Learning: Junior High School Teachers’ Perspectives

Netti Lastiningsih, Soedjarwo Soedjarwo, Toho Cholik Mutohir, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono
School literacy program (SLP) tries to nurture the attitude of noble character to children through reading activities, since such activities are believed to become a reflective, analytical, and critical skill leading to the development of other disciplines including mathematics. Consequently program...
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Students’ Creative Thinking in Posing Mathematical Problem with Different Context

Ratih Maharani, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono, Endah Budi Rahaju
Learning mathematical is believed to enhance student’s creative thinking. Problem posing can be a form of training in creative thinking. Problem posing requires that the student be creative and use the mathematical knowledge that has been obtained to connect several concepts. Differences context of the...
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Students’ Creativity and High-Order Thinking Skills in Laboratory Activity of Surface Chemistry

Bertha Yonata, Siti Tjahjani, Dian Novita
Students’ creativity and High-Order thinking skills involved in the enrollment of surface chemistry course was examined in this study. The laboratory activity worksheet developed in previous research done by Yonata et al (2017) was used to guide student activity. Meanwhile, the students’ creativity was...
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Effectiveness of Guided-Inquiry Model to Train Science Process Skills of Senior High School Students

Arinta Rezty Wijayaningputri, Wahono Widodo, Munasir Munasir
This research aims to analyze the effectiveness of Guided-Inquiry model to train science process skills. This research design in this study was One-group Pre-test and Post-test which applied to 15 students of senior high school. The data were analyzed using Anova, N-gain and the paired t-test. The result...
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Reducing Light Misconceptions by Using Predict-Observe-Explain Strategies

Lusandra Dewi Lestari, Prabowo Prabowo, Widodo Widodo
The reason for the low quality of science education in general is the existence of misconception and learning conditions that are less attention to the preconceptions of learners. Misconceptions of light can occur at any age level. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that Predict-Observe-Explain...
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Graceful Labelling of Corona Product of Aster Flower Graph

Elvi Khairunnisa, Kiki Ariyanti Sugeng
There are many graph labelling that have been developed, one of which is a graceful labelling. A graceful labelling of a graph G=(V,E) with E edges is an injectivef:V(G)→{0,1,…,|E|} that the resulting edge labels obtained by |f(u)-f(v)| on each edgesuv are pairwise distinct. An aster flower graph (A_((m,n)...
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Developing learning materials supporting teachers’ understanding on mathematics problem-solving knowledge for teaching

Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono, Ahmad Wahidul Kohar, Sugi Hartono, Rooselyna Ekawati, Pradnyo Wijayanti
This study aims to develop a set of learning materials supporting teachers’ understanding of mathematics problem-solving knowledge for teaching (MPSKT). The MPSKT implemented in the learning materials consist of problem-solving content knowledge (PSCK) (knowledge of problems, nature of problem-solving,...
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The Open-Ended Problem Based Mathematics Learning to Increase Students’ Creativity on Fraction for Third Grade Elementary School

Nur Indah, Mega Teguh Budiarto, Agung Lukito
This study aims at developing an open-ended problem based mathematics learning to enhance students’ creativity. Plomp model was used to develop the instructional materials for fraction unit at grade 3. The subjects consisted of third grade students. The data was collected by observation, interview, test,...
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The Development of Learning Material Using Learning Cycle 7E with Socio-scientific Issues Context in Rate of Reaction to Improve Student’s Argumentation Skills in Senior High School

Siti Nurlatifah, Tukiran Tukiran, Erman Erman
The Learning Cycle 7E (LC-7E) with Socio-scientific Issue (SSI) Context learning material is learning material that links chemistry learning with science issues and involves moral and ethical component. It will lead students to explore and develop their knowledge by connecting of issues or events in...
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Student interaction with Open Journal System based on ISO 9241-110

I S Rahayu, R Hartanto, A P Wibawa, D Meirawan, E Nugraha
Open Journal System (OJS) is rapid grown open source system that is used to support and manage online journal publication. Problems interaction between the users and the system appear since many users finding difficulty to use OJS. ISO 9241-110 becomes a standard in the aspect of human interaction with...
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Geometric Transformation in Surakarta Batik Patterns

Melindawati Kusuma Anggraeni, Mardiyana Mardiyana, Dewi Retno Sari Saputro
Ethnomatematics is mathematics that grows and develops in a society. Batik Surakarta is one of the cultural wealth in Indonesia that has the potential to increase the knowledge of society about the concept of mathematics, especially the geometric transformation. Surakarta batik patterns are influenced...
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Guided Inquiry Model To Promote Science Process Skill Students on Acid-Base

Rusly Hidayah, Nurul Lailiy
This study aims to describe the effectiveness of guided inquiry learning model to train the science process skills of learners on acid-base material grade XI from one public school (Senior High School 1 Bangkalan). The type of this research is descriptive quantitative with "One Group Pretest-Posttest...
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The Effectiveness of Learning Physics Based on Multi Representation Integrated with Guided Inquiry to Train Students' Science Literacy

Dewi Nur Arofah, Wahono Widodo
This study aims to analyse the improvement of mathematical connection ability and the habits of students’ mind who are taught by using the Missouri Mathematics Project (MMP) model and Discovery Learning (DL) model. This type of research belongs to quasi experiment using quantitative and qualitative data...
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Students’ Proof Schemes for Disproving Mathematical Proposition

Mochammad Amirudin, Yusuf Fuad, Pradnyo Wijayanti
Proof and proving play an important role for students in justifying the validity of mathematical propositions. This qualitative research was concerned to assess students’ proof schemes for disproving mathematics propositions. The sample was 11th grade students of SMAN 1 Surabaya. All students had to...
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Barcode Recognition Using Principal Component Analysis and Support Vector Machine

Clarin Mulyaningtyas, Elly Matul Imah
Barcode is visual code to identify the symbols of the data in the form of one or two-dimension image contains lines and spaces based on detecting the edges. The use of barcode has significantly contributed for warehouses and retail product. Nowadays, the research about barcode is still an interesting...
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The Exploration of Mathematical Intuition and Its Role in Solving Mathematical Problem

Arwanto Arwanto, I Ketut Budayasa, Mega Teguh Budiarto
This type of research is qualitative since it aims at finding out the exploration of mathematical intuition and its role in solving mathematical problems. The research method was done by collecting data through mathematical problem-solving test according to Polya stages and conducting in-depth interview...
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The Study of Local Wisdom of Ethnic SasakS In Development of Biology Instructional Learning Program (P3Bio) Based on 21st Century Skills

Septiana Dwi Utami, Ismail Efendi, Ika Nurani Dewi, Agus Ramdani, Immy Suci Rohyani
The Sasak community of Mount Rinjani region has been developed the original system of knowledge and technology as a local wisdom. Disclosure of local wisdom through biology instructional learning can strengthen the nature of meaningful learning and encourage students to be wise in solving the problems....
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The Assessment Model of Undergraduate Mathematics and Science Education Competency Based on Indonesian National Qualification Framework and 21st Century Demand

Wasis Wasis, Raden Sulaiman, Elok Sudibyo, Bertha Yonata, Muji Sri Prastiwi
This article reports the competency profile of undergraduate Mathematics and Natural Science education based on Indonesian National Qualification Framework (INQF) and 21st century demands, and its assessment model. The competency profile was formulated based on theoretical and regulation reviews. The...
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Analysis of Factors Affecting The Acceptance of Surabaya E-Government Service Using Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) 3: A Case Study of E-Lampid

Rendris Dirgantara Putra, Febriliyan Samopa
E-lampid is an application which focuses on population service in terms of e-Government. The service of E-lampid was created by the Surabaya government aiming to minimize the length of queue of the people coming to the Department of Population and Civil Registration. However, the application has not...
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The Relational Thinking Process of Secondary School Student with High Mathematical Ability in Solving Mathematics Problem

Ahmad Zakaria, Mega Teguh Budiarto, Raden Sulaiman
This research is aimed to describe the process of relational thinking of junior high school student with high level a ability in solving mathematical problems. In this qualitative research, data collection techniques are performed by using tests and interview. The subject of this research is only one...
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Development Factors of Small Medium Software-Enterprises

R B Rinawan, M Sa'adah, Wibawa A P, E Nugraha
The development of small medium software enterprises accompanied by various factors. These factors will be structured as a strategic plan for the company's progress. This paper will discuss identification of the factors of development of small medium software enterprises. The research was done by analytic...
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Developing Moodle in Problem-Based Learning to Improve Student Comprehension on the Concepts of Wave

Lovy Herayanti, Syifaul Gummah, Baiq Azmi Sukroyanti, Sukainil Ahzan, Gunawan Gunawan
E-learning is learning process through electronic media, especially the internet. E-learning enables students to learn or possess science no matter when and where. The purpose of this study was to develop Moodle in problem-based learning in order to improve learners’ comprehension of wave concepts. The...
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Critical Thinking Skill of High-Performance Mathematics Teacher in Solving Mathematical Problem

Deka Anjariyah, Dwi Juniati, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono
This study aims to describe the critical thinking skill of high performance mathematics teacher in solving mathematical problems with the subject was a junior high school teacher who was awarded as a high performance teacher. Qualitative research method was used to reveal the critical thinking skill...
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Improvement of Student Creative Thinking Skills Through Implementation of OrDeP2E Learning Model with Contextual Approach

Hamsa Doa, Budi Jatmiko, Thamrin Hidayat
The OrDeP2E learning model based on contextual approach is a science-based learning activity of contextual approach that emphasizes the creative thinking process of junior high school students. The syntaxes of OrDeP2E learning model are (1) Problem definition, (2) Problem Orientation, (3) Submission...
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Vocational Student's Strategies in Posing Mathematical Problems Assisted with Google Forms

Ririn Diyannita Sasanti, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono, Manuharawati Manuharawati
The purpose of this study was to determine the ability of the student's problem in completing the task of mathematics with sub-topic translation and reflection by using the help of google form. This research method was qualitative descriptive by involving 32 students of class XI TEi2 in SMK Negeri 1...
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Profile of Scientific Literacy Skills in Junior High School One Roof

Sifak Indana, Rudiana Agustini, Yuni Sri Rahayu
This research aimed to describe student scientific literacy skills with the concept of interaction between living things and environment. The research used quantitative descriptive method implemented at SMPN Satu Atap Kenduruan with subject of students grade VII which were determined by cluster random...
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Students' Creative Thinking Process based on the Wallas Stage in Solving Mathematical Modeling Problems

Ila Mardianti, Masriyah Masriyah, Pradnyo Wijayanti
The individual's creative level in solving mathematical problems is of course different. Using mathematics to solve problems is called math applications. The modeling process is very helpful for students in solving mathematical problems related to contextual problems. Four stages of Wallas's creative...
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Students’ Argumentation for Solving Geometry in Junior High School

Arista Nur Jannah AR, Dwi Juniati, Raden Sulaiman
Mathematics learning requires students to be active in learning. Mathematical learning should also encourage students to express mathematical ideas according to what they have learned. Students must be able to unfold their argumentation while solving problems. This study aims to investigate the ability...
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The Analysis of Students’ Mathematical Literacy Based on Mathematical Ability

Aulia Nurutami, Riyadi Riyadi, Sri Subanti
One of the 21st century skills is the mathematical literacy ability. The aim of this research was to describe the mathematical literacy ability student based on mathematical ability. This was qualitative descriptive research. The subjects of this research were three 8th grade students an Islamic secondary...
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Developing Higher Order Thinking Skill (HOTS) Mathematic Problem Using That Quiz Application

Ririn Faridah, Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono, Endah Budi Rahaju
This study aims to describe process, responses, and effectiveness of applying HOTS problem using That Quiz application in the learning of Sequence and Series. Based on the analysis of ADDIE model, it was obtained that HOTS questions were in good quality because they meet valid, reliable, and objective...
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Students’ Spatial Reasoning in Solving Geometrical Problems Based on Personality Types

Aprilia Lutfitasari, Siti Maghfirotun Amin, Masriyah Masriyah
Student’s spatial reasoning is the process of manipulating objects that can help students to solving the daily problems about spatial. The aim of this study was to know students’ spatial reasoning in solving geometry problems based on personality types. This study was used qualitative descriptive approach...
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Mathematical Literacy Problem and Use of Intuition

Faiz Latif Usman, Budiyono Budiyono, Diari Indriati
The digitalization of 21st-century in the society is focusing mathematical competence on computer performance where real-life problems are modeled into the language of mathematics. Mathematical literacy helps individuals to recognise the role of mathematics playing in the world and helping them to make...
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Visual and Analytical Strategies in Spatial Visualization of Junior High School Students in Completing the Reflection Tasks

Faridhotus Sholihah, Pradnyo Wijayanti, Endah Budi Rahaju
Spatial visualization is a mental ability in imagining an object, manipulating objects, rotating objects along with changing elements in it, or changing objects described into different shapes. Every student has a different strategy in solving a particular mathematical problem in solving mirroring problems....
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Challenges of Teaching Statistics to EFL Undergraduates: Action Research

Kusumarasdyati Kusumarasdyati
The present paper reports the challenges that the researcher had when teaching statistics to undergraduates majoring in the teaching of English and how to overcome them. It attempted to describe: (1) how to increase their motivation to learn statistics, and (2) how to improve their ability in statistical...
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Idea Generation on Social Media Based Brainstorming Session

Atikah Mauluddiyah, Diina Itsna Annisa, Dila Fipta W Sari, Neini Ratmaningsih, E Nugraha
The rise of forums that utilize communication technology today is one of them using a brainstorming method to facilitate discussion. Brainstorming is a method to explore the ideas of all participants in a forum. The purpose of this research is to understand the effectiveness and result of applying brainstorming...
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Using the Schema Owned in Solving Problems through Assimilation and Accommodation

Mubarik Mubarik, Mega Teguh Budiarto, Raden Sulaiman
Schema has an important role in problem solving process because it determines an action towards problem solving. Problem solving involves two aspects namely the problem to be solved and the knowledge (schema) that is owned. This study was aimed at describing the use of owned schema in problem solving...
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The Discovery Learning Model with A Scientific Approach to Increase Science Learning Achievement of Students

Fiona Setyo Resmawati, Prabowo Prabowo, Munasir Munasir
This study aims to describe the effectiveness of the discovery learning model with a scientific approach to the science learning of temperature and heat matter. Discovery learning model is a learning model that aims to train students in finding the concept independently in solving problems. This research...
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Justification Strategies of The 7th Grade Students in Understanding Triangles’ Concepts

Shanty Galuh Perdanawati, Yusuf Fuad, Endah Budi Rahaju
Triangle is one of the fundamental concepts in geometry which has to be studied in secondary schools. Students have many difficulties to implement maths’ reasoning and to understand concepts of the triangle. If students’ difficulties have to be addressed and facilitated, then the students understand...
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Reflective Abstraction of Junior High School Students in Reconstructing The Factorization Concept

Helmi Rahmawati, I Ketut Budayasa, Rooselyna Ekawati
Construction of the mathematical concept is important to support students' success in learning. Factorization is one of the important subjects to be mastered by students in order to solve advanced mathematics problems. Reflective abstraction is a mental mechanism which someone can build all mathematical...