Maximus Tamur

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Department of Mathematics Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
Universitas Katolik Indonesia Santu Paulus Ruteng



                                                           

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I am an academic who was born on April 5, 1983, I was given the name Maximus Tamur. I was born in a beautiful village in Kampung Ndoso Manggarai Indonesia. I was born to Mrs. Anastasia Paul and Father Ambrose Lamu. Since birth I lived in Ndoso Manggarai. Started elementary school education at SDI Beci Elementary School. When studying at SDI beci I often took part in competitions in the field of mathematics.
After completing elementary school, I continued my junior high school in Ruteng 2 junior high school. I continued with Komba City 1 Public High School.
I had to continue my studies at the Catholic University of Widya Mandira Kupang Catholic Mathematics Education 1 stratum study program in 2002 - 2006. Luck was like me because that year I passed the test to become a lecturer. I then continued my master's study in Mathematics Education at the University of Education in Indonesia from 2010 to 2012. Currently I am pursuing a Mathematics Education doctoral program at the same campus. In supporting my duties as a lecturer, I have done a lot of research and written books. The book deals with mathematics, curriculum and music software. The journal that is in the process of being published is related to meta analysis research.

EDUCATION

Mathematics Education Doctoral Program, Indonesian University of Education

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Meta Analysis, Mathematics Learning Research

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Scopus Publications

Scopus Publications

  • A Meta-Analysis of the last two decades of realistic mathematics education approaches
    Dadang Juandi, , Yaya Sukjaya Kusumah, Maximus Tamur, , and

    International Journal of Instruction, ISSN: 1694609X, eISSN: 13081470, Pages: 381-400, Published: January 2022 Modestum Publishing Ltd

  • Using hawgent mathematics software to help primary school students to read clocks
    Jerito Pereira, Tang Jianlan, Tommy Tanu Wijaya, Aditya Purnama, Neni Hermita, and Maximus Tamur

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 2049, Published: 25 October 2021 IOP Publishing
    Abstract Clock reading is a very important skill for students however there are still students that finds clock reading difficult to understand. Technology can help students to understand mathematics concepts. This research developed a learning media using the research and development method and the ADDIE framework. The sample of this research are 87 students from Bandung, Indonesia. The learning media is made based on the analysis of teachers’ and students’ difficulties on clock reading. The result of this research shows that Hawgent dynamic mathematics software can help students to understand clock reading. The learning media also received a positive response from the students. During the teaching and learning process, students were more active in answering the teachers’ questions and were able to follow the instruction given. This research proved that technology can help students in various aspects that includes getting students’ attention so that they more focused in learning mathematics. The use of technology can be used for various topics in various grades.

  • The impact of problem-based learning toward enhancing mathematical thinking: A meta-analysis study
    Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, ISSN: 18234690, Pages: 3548-3561, Published: August 2021

  • Develop Teaching Material Using Hawgent Dynamic Mathematics Software
    Chen Jihe, Zhou Ying, Jerito Pereira, Ma Yuehuan, Maximus Tamur, and Neni Hermita

    Proceedings - 2021 International Conference on Big Data Analysis and Computer Science, BDACS 2021, Pages: 26-30, Published: June 2021 IEEE
    The study of mathematical formula plays an important role in mathematics education, but the traditional teaching tends to let the students remember the conclusion, but does not explore the mathematical ideas hidden in the formula, which is not conducive to the students' further study of other mathematical knowledge. In this study, ADDIE development research mode is adopted for teaching design, and Hawgent dynamic mathematics software is used to present the proof process of three kinds of difference of square formulas, so as to enhance students' learning interest and learning ability. At the same time, material experts and media experts are invited to develop and design teaching materials from the perspective of knowledge relevance. In the implementation process, the students in the experimental class (43) are much better than the students in the control class (42) in the expression ability and learning interest in class. Therefore, using Hawgent Dynamic Mathematics software can improve students' understanding of knowledge and mathematical literacy. This means that dynamic mathematics software has achieved very good results. The math teacher should be good at using dynamic mathematics software, design interesting teaching materials.

  • A Meta-Analysis of the Past Decade of Mathematics Learning Based on the Computer Algebra System (CAS)
    M Tamur, Y S Ksumah, D Juandi, V S Kurnila, E Jehadus, and A O Samura

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1882, Published: 13 May 2021 IOP Publishing

  • Computing the auto regressive distributed lag (ARDL) method in forecasting COVID-19 data: A case study of NTB Province until the end of 2020
    H R P Negara, Syaharuddin, J W Kusuma, Saddam, D Apriansyah, Hamidah, and Maximus Tamur

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1882, Published: 13 May 2021 IOP Publishing

  • A meta-analysis of the last decade STEM implementation: What to learn and where to go
    M Tamur, S Fedi, E Sennen, Marzuki, A Nurjaman, and S Ndiung

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1882, Published: 13 May 2021 IOP Publishing

  • Investigating students' concept image in understanding variables
    M D Siagian, D Suryadi, E Nurlaelah, M Tamur, and R Sulastri

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1882, Published: 13 May 2021 IOP Publishing

  • Prospective mathematics teachers' concept image on the limit of a function
    R Sulastri, D Suryadi, S Prabawanto, E Cahya, M D Siagian, and M Tamur

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1882, Published: 13 May 2021 IOP Publishing

  • Mathematics self efficacy and mathematics performance in online learning
    H R P Negara, E Nurlaelah, Wahyudin, T Herman, and M Tamur

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1882, Published: 13 May 2021 IOP Publishing

  • A meta-analysis of Geogebra software decade of assisted mathematics learning: what to learn and where to go?
    Dadang Juandi, Yaya S. Kusumah, Maximus Tamur, Krisna S. Perbowo, and Tommy Tanu Wijaya

    Heliyon, ISSN: 24058440, Published: May 2021 Elsevier BV
    Today, hundreds of studies on mathematics learning have been found in various literature, supported by the use of GeoGebra software. This meta-analysis aims to determine the overall effect of using GeoGebra software and the extent to which study characteristics moderate the study effect sizes to consider the implications later. This study analyzed 36 effect sizes from 29 primary studies identified from ERIC documents, Sage Publishing, Google Scholar, and repositories from 2010 to 2020, and a total of 2111 students. In order to support calculation accuracy, a Comprehensive Meta-analysis (CMA) software was used. The effect size is determined using the Hedges equation, with an acceptable confidence level of 95%. It is known that the overall effect size of using GeoGebra software on the mathematical abilities of students is 0.96 based on the estimation of the random-effect model, and the standard error is 0.08. These findings indicate that, on average, students exposed to GeoGebra-based learning outperformed math abilities, which was initially equivalent to 82% of students in traditional classrooms. This study considers the five characteristics of the study. It showed that the GeoGebra software used was more effective in sample conditions less than or equal to 30. Providing classrooms with sufficient numbers of computers allowed students to use them individually, which was necessary to achieve a higher level of effectiveness. GeoGebra software is more effective when the treatment duration is set to less than or equal to four weeks. These findings help educators consider the characteristics of studies that moderate effect sizes using the GeoGebra software in the future.

  • Hawthorne effect and mathematical software based learning: A meta-analysis study
    M Tamur, Y S Kusumah, D Juandi, T T Wijaya, A Nurjaman, and A O Samura

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1806, Published: 31 March 2021 IOP Publishing

  • Does Problem-Based Learning Enhance Students' Higher Order Thinking Skills in Mathematics Learning? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    Suparman Suparman, Dadang Juandi, and Maximus Tamur

    ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, Pages: 44-51, Published: 3 February 2021 ACM
    There have been many literatures presenting a meta-analysis on the overall effect of problem-based learning (PBL). However, there has been no specific meta-analysis on the overall effect of PBL on higher-order thinking skills (HOTS). The suggestion to promote HOTS supported by PBL leads to the need to consider the implications of related primary studies' heterogeneity level. This study aims to summarize, estimate, and evaluate the effect of PBL on Indonesian students’ HOTS in Mathematics learning using systematic review and meta-analysis that synthesize nine relevant primary studies published in Scopus journals and proceedings during 2016 - 2020. The Hedge equation was chosen to determine its effect size using Comprehensive Meta-Analysis (CMA) software. The result revealed that the overall implementation of PBL had a very high positive effect significantly in enhancing Indonesian students’ HOTS in Mathematics learning based on random effect model. Moreover, the characteristics of HOTS did not cause the heterogeneity of the study results on the effect of PBL on students’ HOTS. These results suggest that Indonesian Mathematics teachers and lecturers should select PBL as one of the best solutions to enhance students’ HOTS in Mathematics learning.

  • Review of problem-based learning trends in 2010-2020: A meta-analysis study of the effect of problem-based learning in enhancing mathematical problem-solving skills of Indonesian students
    Suparman, D Juandi, and M Tamur

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1722, Published: 7 January 2021 IOP Publishing

  • The Impact of University Facilities on Pre-Service Mathematics Teacher's interest in Learning (A Case Study at Guangxi Normal University)
    Chen Jihe, Zhou Ying, Jerito Pereira, Tommy Tanu Wijaya, Neni Hermita, and Maximus Tamur

    Proceedings - 2nd SEA-STEM International Conference, SEA-STEM 2021, Pages: 160-163, Published: 2021 IEEE
    A successful teaching and learning activity are affected by various factors and one of them is University facilities. A good facility can help in the information delivery to be easier. From the students' side, when they learn with a good and complete facility, students will be able to understand the information easily. This research aims to know the the impact of university facilities on pre-service mathematics teacher's interest in learning interest for mathematics students. This research was done in October-December 2020 in Guangxi Normal University, China. The data analysis used is a qualitative method. In the last section, 5 respondents were chosen by random sampling from Guangxi Normal University. Research results showed that Guangxi Normal University has a huge and comfortable library, mathematics laboratory, tablet, and computer for all students, free access to download international journals for reference. Based on the interview and students' responses from Chinese and International students, they are very satisfied with the facilities in Guangxi Normal University. Their learning interest also increases because of the facility given. This is in line with the research that was done which stated that facility can influence students' learning performance.

  • The Hungry Ant: Development of Video-Based Learning on Polyhedron
    Neni Hermita, Zetra Hainul Putra, Jesi Alexander Alim, Jianlan Tang, Tommy Tanu Wijaya, Li Li, Jerito Pereira, and Maximus Tamur

    International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, ISSN: 18657923, Pages: 18-32, Published: 2021 International Association of Online Engineering (IAOE)
    This research on learning media development is to answer the challenge of using technology in this 21st century wherein technology is growing rapidly. The purpose of this research is to develop a learning media in the form of learning video on primary school topics. Researchers chose polyhedron to be the research subject. This search will use the 4D model and will only focus from the define up to the development stage. While the small-scale try-out and disseminate of the learning video can be done in another research. According to the validation result, the hungry ant video passed the validation and only needed a few revisions. The hungry ant video would be able to help students to visualize the shape of polyhedron, finding the diagonal space, proofing the area and volume formulas. Future research can analyze effect of the hungry ant video towards the students’ critical thinking ability.

  • The Effectiveness of Dynamic Geometry Software Applications in Learning Mathematics: A Meta-Analysis Study
    Dadang Juandi, Yaya Sukjaya Kusumah, Maximus Tamur, Krisna Satrio Perbowo, Muhammad Daut Siagian, Rini Sulastri, and Habibi R. P Negara

    International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, ISSN: 18657923, Pages: 18-37, Published: 2021 International Association of Online Engineering (IAOE)
    The purpose of this study was to (1) assess the impact of using Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) on students’ mathematical abilities, (2) determine the differences in effectiveness based on study characteristics in order to help educators decide under what conditions the use of DGS would be suitable in improving students' mathematical abilities. This meta-analysis study investigates 57 effect sizes from 50 articles that have been published in journals, international and domestic proceedings from 2010 to 2020 using the Comprehensive Meta-Analysis (CMA) tool as a calculation tool. Meanwhile, the Hedges coefficient is applied to the calculation of the effect size at the 95% confidence level. Based on a random effect model with a standard error of 0.09, the analysis results have found an overall effect size of 1.07. This means that learning using DGS has a high positive effect on students' mathematical abilities. The effect size of 1.07 explains the average student who uses DGS exceeds 84% math ability of those in conventional classes that are initially equivalent. Analysis of the study characteristics found significant differences in terms of sample size, student to computer ratio, and education level. This research showed the DGS used was more effective under certain conditions. First, it is very effective in sample conditions less than or equal to 30. Second, it provides classrooms with a sufficient number of computers, allowing students to use them individually, which is required to achieve higher effectiveness levels. Third, DGS is effective in high schools and colleges than in junior high schools. These facts can help educators in deciding on the appropriate sample sizes, student to computer ratios, and future levels of education in using DGS.

  • Computer-assisted learning using the Cabri 3D for improving spatial ability and self- regulated learning
    Nurjanah, Burhanuddin Latif, Ricki Yuliardi, and Maximus Tamur

    Heliyon, ISSN: 24058440, Published: November 2020 Elsevier BV
    Spatial ability and self-regulated learning have broad implications for students. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the improvement of spatial ability and self-regulated learning of students who obtain computer-assisted learning using the 3D Cabri program. This quasi-experimental study with pre-test and post-test design involved 71 tenth grade high school students in Bandung, Indonesia. Furthermore, the experimental class obtained computer-aided learning using the Cabri 3D program, while the control obtained conventional learning using a scientific approach. The analysis discovered that (1) the improvement of students' spatial ability in the experimental class was better than those in the control class, (2) students of the experimental class achieved better spatial ability than those in the control class, (3) the improvement of students' self-regulated learning in the experimental class was better than those in the control class, and (4) students of the experimental class achieved better self-regulated learning than those in the control. These facts can help educators to consider the application of the Cabri 3D program in mathematics education in the future.

  • Assessing the effectiveness of the contextual teaching and learning model on students' mathematical understanding ability: A meta-analysis study
    M Tamur, E Jehadus, F Nendi, K Mandur, and V Murni

    Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 17426588, eISSN: 17426596, Volume: 1657, Published: 29 October 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Effectiveness of constructivism based learning models against students mathematical creative thinking abilities in indonesia; a meta-analysis study
    Maximus Tamur and Dadang Juandi

    Proceedings of the 7th Mathematics, Science, and Computer Science Education International Seminar, MSCEIS 2019, Published: 2020 EAI

  • The effectiveness of the application of mathematical software in indonesia; a meta-analysis study
    Maximus Tamur, , Dadang Juandi, Yaya Sukjaya Kusumah, , and

    International Journal of Instruction, ISSN: 1694609X, eISSN: 13081470, Pages: 867-884, Published: 2020 Modestum Limited

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