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Volume 400, 2023International Conference on Sciences, Mathematics, and Education (ICoSMEd 2022)
|Number of page(s)
|Theory and Application in Mathematics
|03 July 2023
Improving Mathematical Problem-Solving Ability Through Means-Ends Analysis
Department of Mathematics, Universitas Negeri Gorontalo, Bone Bolango 96554, Indonesia
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The ability to solve mathematical problems becomes a crucial part of the mathematical learning process. That capacity can help learners solve the math problems they face in both the academic environment and daily life. However, the facts on the ground were turned around. Problem-solving is still very low. So the research aims to improve the ability to solve mathematical problems learners use Means-Ends Analysis (MEA) models in data distribution materials. This research is a kind of class action study. The research subject is the 7C student group of 29 students. Data collection techniques use observation, testing, and documentary techniques. Data analysis techniques using quantitative data. The results derived from this study are the implementation of the learning process using MEA learning models at Junior High School 1 Kabila 7C has to increase the problem-solving of learners. Based on the average educator observation from three observers, it shows 75% of cycles I to 93.3% of cycles II. And the observation of learners from 64.5% on cycle I to 81.2% on cycle II. And the average results test 69% ability on cycle I to 83% on cycle II.
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