EduMa: Mathematics education learning and teaching‏‏‎

ISSN: 2502-5309 (online) | 2086-3918 (print)
DOI Prefix: 10.24235/eduma by Crossref
Editor in Chief: Widodo Winarso
Managing Editor: Arif Abdul Haqq & Sirojudin Wahid
Publisher: Tadris Matematika IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon
Country: Indonesia
Subject Category: Mathematics Education
Indexed: Sinta | Garuda 
Citation Analysis: Scopus | Dimensions | Google Scholar
Frequency: 2 issues per year (July and December)


EduMa: Mathematics Education Learning and Teaching is a distinguished journal dedicated to the dissemination of research outcomes, developmental initiatives, studies, and innovative ideas within the realm of Mathematics Education. Published biannually in July and December, EduMa is spearheaded by the Department of Tadris Matematika at Institut Agama Islam Negeri Syekh Nurjati Cirebon. This journal serves as a platform open to the public, welcoming a diverse audience, including researchers, academics, practitioners, and observers of mathematics education.

EduMa's primary focus is on promoting high-quality research and scholarly contributions that significantly contribute to the advancement of Mathematics Education. Through a rigorous review process, the journal ensures the credibility and excellence of the published content. The Department of Tadris Matematika's collaboration underscores the commitment to bridging the gap between academia and practical application in the field of mathematics education.

As a testament to its dedication to openness and accessibility, EduMa encourages wide public access to its content. This aligns with its mission to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and foster collaboration within the mathematics education community.

In summary, EduMa: Mathematics Education Learning and Teaching stands as a reputable journal committed to advancing the field of Mathematics Education through the publication of cutting-edge research, development initiatives, and innovative ideas. Its commitment to collaboration, openness, and excellence positions it as a valuable resource for researchers, academics, practitioners, and observers in the field of mathematics education.

EduMa follows a rigorous and double-blind anonymous peer review process. The journal offers open access to its content and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. as the optimal license for the publication, distribution, use, and reuse of scholarly works.

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Announcement: Volume 12 No 2 issue


We welcome submissions to Volume 12 No 2 issue. Topics covered include: please click here

Deadline and submission details

The submission deadline for all full papers is 31 Oct 2023.

To submit your research, please visit here.

Contact the Chief Editor and Associate Editor for an early discussion or expression of interest in

Posted: 2023-07-13
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Vol 12, No 2 (2023)

Table of Contents


Praxeological Analysis of Mathematics Textbooks for Class XI High School Students on Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences PDF
Qania Agustika Siagian, Aswin Aswin, Tatang Herman 139 – 152
Exploring Secondary Students' Algebraic Thinking in Terms of Intuitive Cognitive Style PDF
Rahma Safitri, Masduki Masduki 153 – 166
How Do Students Thinking Processes in Solving Originality and Elaboration Problems of Mathematical Creative Thinking Based on Brain Domination? PDF
Bayu Sukmaangara, Sri Tirto Madawistama 167 – 187
Enhancing Quadratic Function Learning Outcomes with TGT Cooperative Learning, Desmos, and Quizwhizzer PDF
Khoirida Hardini Kurniani, Kriswandani Kriswandani, Anna Royyana Nikmah 188 – 201
Analysis of Statistical Thinking Ability of Mathematics Students Based on Artist Test PDF
Hadi Kusmanto 202 – 212
Mathematical Computational Thinking : Systematic Literature Review PDF
Chelsi Ariati, Aswin Aswin 213 – 224
Comparing Student Problem-Solving in Math: Double-Loop vs. Multi-Representational Discourse Models PDF
Dewi Anjani, Nurma Izzati 225 – 234
Problem Based Learning (PBL) with Scaffolding Approach to Improve Students' Mathematical Literacy PDF
Fani Laffanillah Fani, Scolastika Mariani, Arief Agoestanto 235 – 247
Learning Design of Pythagorean Theorem Contextualized Salt House with Interactive Videos PDF
Eka Rahmawati, Farida Nursyahidah, Irkham Ulil Albab 248 – 258
Analysis of Students’ Ability and Multiple-Choice Numeracy Test based on Item Difficulty Using Rasch PDF
Churun Lu'lu'il Maknun, Ajeng Wahyuni, Irwani Zawawi 259 – 272