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>> UPI Mathematics Lecturer Confirmed as Professor

The Department of Mathematics Education UPI congratulates on the inauguration of Prof. Dr. Nurjanah, M. Pd. as a Professor. Hopefully the achievements that have been achieved can be an inspiration for the UPI academic community, especially in the field of Mathematics.

>> Forgotten Math Heroes

Today science, especially mathematics, is qibla to Western countries (Europe and America). We hardly ever hear of mathematicians who come from Eastern countries (Muslim Arabs, Indians, Chinese). The most popular we hear as Muslim Arab mathematicians who contribute to the development of mathematics are Al-Khawarizmi, known as the father of Algebra, introducing zeros (0), and …

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>> Weighted Principal Component Analysis (WPCA) Method Application with S-PLUS2000 Software (by Dewi Rachmatin)

Published in UNSRI Journal of Science Research Vol.17, No.2, May 2015 19Reviews , 10Followers UPI’s FPMIPA Department of Mathematical Education dewirachmatin@upi.edu Essence: A new method for reducing high-dimensional space developed from the PCA method Weighted Principal Component Analysis (WPCA) was introduced by J.F. Pinto da Costa, H. Alonso and L. Roque (2011). Therefore in the …

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>> Ten Commandments Teaching George Polya

By: Asep Sapa’at, S. Pd. Remember the name George Polya, Hungarian mathematician (1887 – 1985), father of “problem solving”? Ph. D. of the University of Budapest, this is phenomenal: writing 250 papers and 3 books, generally about ‘problem solving’. His book “How to Solve It” was a sweet bestseller, dubbed the 15th language. Interestingly here, …

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>> Positive Impact of Distance Learning (By Aulia Alifeira Munandar, Mathematics FPMIPA UPI)

More than a year the world was horrified by the Covid-19 virus and brought many sectors of life to a standstill, one of which was education. Various efforts have been made to immediately end the pandemic period, such as requiring everyone to keep 3M (Wearing masks, Washing Hands, Keeping distance). But in the midst of …

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>> Learning Media for Interesting and Creative Elementary Schools (By: Vanesya Akmal, Mathematics FPMIPA UPI)

Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, the education world has been forced to move the teaching and learning process from school to home to break the chain of corona virus spread. To get around the situation, Indonesia implements Learning from Home (BDR) activities. BDR method itself there are two, namely Distance Learning In Network (PJJ Online) …

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>> How to Modify a Math Problem

By: Al Jupri Question: How the hell do I modify the math problem? The word “modification” in the English Dictionary means “alteration” or “change”. Usually if we modify “something”, then this action can be interpreted as an activity of converting that “something” into “something else”. ‘”Something else” made changes could be better than the original …

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>> Behind Good Math Learning – Last Section : Researching Learning (by Endang Mulyana)

Previous : Part 4 : Accompanying Prospective Teachers The experience of taking a Lesson Study and studying DDR seemed to cure my desire to meet and learn directly from a good math teacher. That experience instills a whole set of criteria that are important to learn. More than that, various aspects of interconnectedness and forming …

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