Fatmawati, Agustin and Baiduri, Baiduri and Mahfud Effendi, Moh.
(2023)
*Numeracy literacy on the process of student mathematization in terms of cognitive styles of field dependence and field independence.*
In:
The 21st Century Paradigm in Supporting Sustainable Development.
Tangguh Denara Jaya Publishe, Nusa Tenggara Timur, pp. 42-52.
ISBN 978-623-8209-93-4

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## Abstract

Junior high school mathematics learning aims to make students have the ability to communicate mathematical ideas clearly. This ability needs to be improved so that students' understanding of mathematical concepts increases. One way to see students' communication skills is to see the process of students solving math problems (Fatmawati, Ralmugiz and Syarief, 2022). Problem solving requires an in-depth understanding of concepts that are now needed in curriculum reviews to support sustainable development, especially in the field of education (Menzie-Ballantyne, K., & Ham, 2022). Based on Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) the process of solving mathematical problems is described in mathematical literacy which is referred to as a mathematical process (OECD, 2022). The process of mathematical literacy is the process of reasoning mathematically and using concepts, procedures and facts, as a tool to describe and predict certain situations (OECD, 2017). Components such as problem solving, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and innovation are contained in mathematical literacy skills (Anwar, 2018). This assessment of literacy skills is carried out in the Program for International Student Assessment, a program for the assessment of international students aged 15 years.

Item Type: | Book Section / Proceedings |
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Subjects: | L Education > L Education (General) |

Depositing User: | koku Eko Kurniawan, S.Pd. |

Date Deposited: | 12 Sep 2024 07:56 |

Last Modified: | 12 Sep 2024 07:56 |

URI: | https://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/10957 |