Wahyuningrum, Endang and Suryadi, Didi (2014) Association of Problem Solving and Communication Mathematics: the Implementation of MEAs Strategy in Junior High School.

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Abstract
This paper reports the result of study, which examines the association of problem solving and mathematical communication abilities of students after going through a Mathematical Eliciting Activities (MEAs) strategy. This quasistatic research involves 60 students of Junior High School in Depok, West Java, Indonesia. The data was collected through instruments that include the tests of the prior knowledge of mathematics, the problem solving and the mathematical communication. The data was analyzed by Pearson Chi Square’s Test. The results inform that there is a significant association between mathematical problem solving and communication ability of students after going through MEAs strategy. The strength of the association between mathematical problem solving and communication, it can be seen from the students who tend to be followed also by their problem solving abilities. Applies also to the contrary that problem solving abilities of students also tend to be followed by their mathematical communication abilities as well.
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Additional Information (ID):  Artikel Endang Wahyuningrum.pdf 
Uncontrolled Keywords:  Association, Mathematical communication, Junior High School, Model Eliciting Activities, Problem solving 
Subjects:  500 Natural Science and Mathematics > 510519 Mathematics (Matematika) > 510 Mathematics/Matematika 
Divisions:  Koleksi Digital > Artikel 
Depositing User:  CR Cherrie Rachman 
Date Deposited:  12 Aug 2016 01:38 
Last Modified:  12 Aug 2016 01:38 
URI:  http://repository.ut.ac.id/id/eprint/1422 
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