Mardhiyatirrahmah, Liny and Abdussakir, Abdussakir (2021) Restructuring of students’ thinking in junior high school through defragmentation for solving mathematical problems. Jurnal Tarbiyah: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan, 10 (2). pp. 95102. ISSN 25488376

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Abstract
Problemsolving in math is still a problem today. Studies show that students still make mistakes in answering math problems. Errors in answering the questions indicate that there is fragmentation in the thinking structure of students. This article uses a systematic review method. Researchers selected articles according to the criteria and found 9 articles with a total of 25 research subjects. Data collection was carried out in two main stages, namely the search and selection stages. The results show that students experience many obstacles at the stage of rechecking the integrity of the completion steps because of the habit of students who skip the reexamination and are sure that the answer is correct. A common type of error in the construction of a mathematical concept is a construction hole. Construction holes can be overcome by the emergence of schemes to complement the imperfections of students' thinking structures in solving mathematical problems. The type of defragmentation that is most often given is scaffolding. Scaffolding is considered the most effective for all types of mistakes made because it can be done and later reduced so that students can solve math problems independently.
Item Type:  Journal Article 

Keywords:  defragmenting; students’ thinking; solving mathematical problem 
Subjects:  13 EDUCATION > 1302 Curriculum and Pedagogy > 130208 Mathematics and Numeracy Curriculum and Pedagogy 
Divisions:  Graduate Schools > Magister Programme > Graduate School of Mathematics Education 
Depositing User:  Abdussakir Abdussakir 
Date Deposited:  03 Feb 2022 14:28 
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