MENGUNGKAP POTENSI SELF-EFFICACY MELALUI ANALISIS LITERATUR DALAM PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA

Authors

  • Meria Ultra Gusteti Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia
  • Widdya Rahmalina Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia
  • Khairul Azmi Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia
  • Asrina Mulyati Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia
  • Suci Wulandari Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia
  • Rahmatul Hayati Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia
  • Nur Azizah Fajriah Program Studi Pendidikan Matematika, Universitas Adzkia, Sumatera Barat Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56667/dejournal.v5i1.1214

Keywords:

Potensi Self-Efficacy, Pembelajaran Matematika, Analisis Literatur

Abstract

This literature research examines the concept of self-efficacy in technology-integrated mathematics learning and its impact on student achievement. Self-efficacy, a person's confidence in completing a task or achieving a result, is closely related to mathematical achievement, especially with the use of technology as a learning tool. Students with high self-efficacy tend to be more accomplished, motivated, and committed to technology-based learning. Strategies to increase student self-efficacy include constructive feedback via digital platforms, student-focused, technology-based learning approaches, and the application of real-life relevant tasks using simulations and technology applications. This strategy reinforces students' confidence in their math skills, motivating learning in a digital environment. The role of parents is also important, where their support and positive expectations, channelled through technology, increase students' self-efficacy. Parents' perceptions of the integration of technology in schools have a direct impact on students' self-efficacy, affirming the need for cooperation between schools, technology, and parents in mathematics education. Based on the findings, education practitioners are advised to integrate technology, provide supportive feedback, implement technology-based learning strategies, and collaborate schools with parents using digital platforms. In conclusion, a holistic approach involving self-efficacy, multi-stakeholder engagement, and technology integration is necessary for the success of mathematics education.

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Published

2024-05-21

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Gusteti, M. U. ., Rahmalina, W. ., Azmi, K. ., Mulyati, A. ., Wulandari, S. ., Hayati, R. ., & Fajriah, N. A. . (2024). MENGUNGKAP POTENSI SELF-EFFICACY MELALUI ANALISIS LITERATUR DALAM PEMBELAJARAN MATEMATIKA. Dharmas Education Journal (DE_Journal), 5(1), 168–179. https://doi.org/10.56667/dejournal.v5i1.1214

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