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Analysis of Students’ Metacognitive Abalities Judging From Gender Differences

EasyChair Preprint no. 2131

6 pagesDate: December 10, 2019


This study aims to describe the metacognitive abilities of students in solving problems of the Two-Variable Equation System (SPLDV). The ability of Metacognition in this study consists of three stages: planning, monitoring, and evaluation. The research is descriptive qualitative. The subjects in this study from class VIII grade students of SMP Negeri 3 Bandar Lampung. Data collection techniques in this study were written tests, observations, interviews, and documentation. The data technique reduction data, presenting data and drawing conclusions. The results of research conducted on male and female students show that there is no difference in using the structure or ability that it already has to solve mathematical problems encountered. However, there are differences in the procedure for carrying out problem-solving. While the steps to plan and look again there are no differences in procedures and concepts. 

Keyphrases: gender, metacognitive, SPLDV

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  author = {Melinda Pradesta and Haninda Bharata},
  title = {Analysis of Students’ Metacognitive Abalities Judging From Gender Differences},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2131},

  year = {EasyChair, 2019}}
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