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Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment, Adi Nur Cahyono

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Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment
Title
Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment
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Adi Nur Cahyono
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eng
Summary
This brief presents the results of a study on the development of the mobile app-supported math trail program for learning mathematics. This study is a part of the MathCityMap-Project, a project of the MATIS I Team from IDMI Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany, that comprises math trails around the city that are supported by the use of GPS-enabled mobile phone technology. The project offers an activity that is designed to support students in constructing their own mathematical knowledge by solving the prepared mathematical tasks on the math trail and interacting with the environment, including the digital environment. The brief focuses specifically on the development of a model for a mobile app-supported math trail programme and the implementation of this programme in Indonesia. It offers both an empirical exploration of its implementation as well as critical assessment of students' motivation in mathematics, their own performance, as well as teachers' mathematics beliefs. It concludes with a future-forward perspective by recommending strategies for implementation in schools, among the general public of the existing math trails (including its supporting tool). It also discusses strategies for developing and designing new trails and suggests further research in other geographical regions and contexts for continued project development and implementation. Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment articulates an innovative and exciting future for integrating real mathematical tasks and geographic and digital environment into effective mathematics education
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Cahyono, Adi Nur
Dewey number
372.7
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LC call number
QA16
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
SpringerBriefs in education
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  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics and physical education
  • Mobile apps
  • EDUCATION
  • Mathematics and physical education
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • Mobile apps
Label
Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment, Adi Nur Cahyono
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Publication
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Author; Overview; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Background oftheStudy; 1.1.1 What Is theProblem?; 1.1.2 Can theMobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme Offer aSolution?; 1.2 Design oftheStudy; 1.2.1 Topic oftheStudy; 1.2.2 Aims oftheStudy; 1.2.3 Research Questions; 1.2.4 Approach oftheStudy; 1.2.5 Phases oftheStudy; 1.3 The Book's Structure; References; Chapter 2: Theoretical Background; 2.1 Constructivism inMathematics Education; 2.2 Students' Motivation inMathematics; 2.3 Students' Performance inMathematics
  • 2.4 Teachers' Mathematical Beliefs2.5 Didactical Situation inMathematics; 2.6 Outdoor Mathematics Education; 2.7 Technology inMathematics Education; 2.8 Conceptual Framework oftheStudy; References; Chapter 3: The MathCityMap Project; 3.1 The Concept andtheGoals oftheProject; 3.2 Components oftheProject; 3.2.1 Mathematical Outdoor Tasks; 3.2.2 Mathematical City Trips; 3.2.3 Map-Based Mobile App; 3.2.4 MathCityMap Community; 3.3 Technical Implementation oftheProject; 3.4 Steps ofPreparation; 3.5 Settings oftheActivity; 3.6 Evaluating andPublishing theActivity; References
  • Chapter 4: Designing theMobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment inIndonesia4.1 Indonesian Secondary School Mathematics Education; 4.1.1 A Brief Profile ofIndonesia; 4.1.2 Education System inIndonesia; 4.1.3 Indonesian Secondary School Mathematics Curriculum; 4.2 Design oftheMobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme forIndonesia; 4.2.1 Design oftheRules oftheActivity; 4.2.2 Design oftheMobile App; 4.2.3 Design oftheMath Trails; References; Chapter 5: Evaluating thePotential Effects ofaMobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme: AnExploration Study inIndonesia; 5.1 Method
  • 5.1.1 Approach5.1.2 Participants, Situations, Activities andProcedures; 5.1.3 Data Collection andAnalysis; 5.2 Results; 5.2.1 What Wasthe Initial Condition oftheStudents Like?; 5.2.2 How Has theProgramme Been Running?; 5.2.3 How Did theStudents Work?; 5.2.4 Why Do Students Engage inThis Programme?; 5.2.5 What Mathematical Experience Do They Get AfterHaving Engaged inThis Programme?; 5.2.6 Does theIntervention Promote Students' Performance inMathematics?; 5.2.7 How Does theProject Affect Teachers' Mathematical Beliefs?; 5.3 Discussion; References
  • Chapter 6: Conclusions andRecommendations6.1 Conclusions; 6.1.1 The MathCityMap Project; 6.1.2 The Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme inIndonesia; 6.1.3 Implementation andEmpirical Study oftheProgramme inIndonesia; 6.1.4 The Answer totheFirst Research Question: TheStudents' Motivation toEngage inMathematics; 6.1.5 The Answer totheSecond Research Question: TheStudents' Performance inMathematics; 6.1.6 The Answer totheThird Research Question: TheTeachers' Mathematical Beliefs; 6.1.7 Remarks fromtheAnswers totheThree Research Questions
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1045629765
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1 online resource
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9783319932453
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-93245-3
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1045629765
Label
Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment, Adi Nur Cahyono
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Author; Overview; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Background oftheStudy; 1.1.1 What Is theProblem?; 1.1.2 Can theMobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme Offer aSolution?; 1.2 Design oftheStudy; 1.2.1 Topic oftheStudy; 1.2.2 Aims oftheStudy; 1.2.3 Research Questions; 1.2.4 Approach oftheStudy; 1.2.5 Phases oftheStudy; 1.3 The Book's Structure; References; Chapter 2: Theoretical Background; 2.1 Constructivism inMathematics Education; 2.2 Students' Motivation inMathematics; 2.3 Students' Performance inMathematics
  • 2.4 Teachers' Mathematical Beliefs2.5 Didactical Situation inMathematics; 2.6 Outdoor Mathematics Education; 2.7 Technology inMathematics Education; 2.8 Conceptual Framework oftheStudy; References; Chapter 3: The MathCityMap Project; 3.1 The Concept andtheGoals oftheProject; 3.2 Components oftheProject; 3.2.1 Mathematical Outdoor Tasks; 3.2.2 Mathematical City Trips; 3.2.3 Map-Based Mobile App; 3.2.4 MathCityMap Community; 3.3 Technical Implementation oftheProject; 3.4 Steps ofPreparation; 3.5 Settings oftheActivity; 3.6 Evaluating andPublishing theActivity; References
  • Chapter 4: Designing theMobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment inIndonesia4.1 Indonesian Secondary School Mathematics Education; 4.1.1 A Brief Profile ofIndonesia; 4.1.2 Education System inIndonesia; 4.1.3 Indonesian Secondary School Mathematics Curriculum; 4.2 Design oftheMobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme forIndonesia; 4.2.1 Design oftheRules oftheActivity; 4.2.2 Design oftheMobile App; 4.2.3 Design oftheMath Trails; References; Chapter 5: Evaluating thePotential Effects ofaMobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme: AnExploration Study inIndonesia; 5.1 Method
  • 5.1.1 Approach5.1.2 Participants, Situations, Activities andProcedures; 5.1.3 Data Collection andAnalysis; 5.2 Results; 5.2.1 What Wasthe Initial Condition oftheStudents Like?; 5.2.2 How Has theProgramme Been Running?; 5.2.3 How Did theStudents Work?; 5.2.4 Why Do Students Engage inThis Programme?; 5.2.5 What Mathematical Experience Do They Get AfterHaving Engaged inThis Programme?; 5.2.6 Does theIntervention Promote Students' Performance inMathematics?; 5.2.7 How Does theProject Affect Teachers' Mathematical Beliefs?; 5.3 Discussion; References
  • Chapter 6: Conclusions andRecommendations6.1 Conclusions; 6.1.1 The MathCityMap Project; 6.1.2 The Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Programme inIndonesia; 6.1.3 Implementation andEmpirical Study oftheProgramme inIndonesia; 6.1.4 The Answer totheFirst Research Question: TheStudents' Motivation toEngage inMathematics; 6.1.5 The Answer totheSecond Research Question: TheStudents' Performance inMathematics; 6.1.6 The Answer totheThird Research Question: TheTeachers' Mathematical Beliefs; 6.1.7 Remarks fromtheAnswers totheThree Research Questions
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1045629765
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319932453
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-93245-3
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1045629765

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