The application of SPADA to students understanding of mathematical concepts

  • M Ulfa Mathematics Education, Faculty of Arts and Education, Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia
  • N D Puspaningtyas Mathematics Education, Faculty of Arts and Education, Universitas Teknokrat Indonesia

Abstract

In this study, learning is carried out by SPADA (Network learning Systems) in calculus/mathematics courses in terms understanding of student concepts. This study aims to see the effectiveness of the application of learning with BL in terms of understanding students concepts. The study used a quasi-experimental technique with a population of all Indonesian Teknokrat University students. The sampling technique uses random sampling and to test its effectiveness a T-test statistic is used with α = 5%. Acquired score understanding of student concept in the experimental class is 78.48 higher than the control class namely 63.93. Based on T-test results, it can be concluded that this learning is effective applied to the mathematics class. The conclusion of this study suggests that the implementation of SPADA is effective when viewed from the understanding of student concepts. This is because SPADA combines face-to-face learning with a network of learning that matches the development of the current era in which every aspect of our lives relies heavily on technology and its development affects us socially, economically, politically, even in our culture and education. In addition, SPADA is an alternative learning to improve level thinking skills. Students are more interested and motivated to learn more earnestly and find learning resources that are getting closer to them through gadgets or computers

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Published
2021-04-01
How to Cite
Ulfa, M., & Puspaningtyas, N. D. (2021). The application of SPADA to students understanding of mathematical concepts. International Conference on Mathematics and Science Education of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, 5, 1-6. Retrieved from http://science.conference.upi.edu/proceeding/index.php/ICMScE/article/view/246