The Involvement of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Learning in an APOS Analysis of Students’ Mathematical Understanding

Achmad Mudrikah, Nandang Arif Saefuloh


This article was reported as a research that involved Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Learning by using APOS theory framework to investigate Students’ Mathematical Understanding of sine rule and cosine rule concept. Sine rule and cosine rule concepts are taught to eleven-grade senior high school students in Indonesia. Students’ responses to five trigonometric problems involving sine rule and cosine rule were analyzed through this article. This study has confirmed that sine rule and cosine rule concept can be understood through STEM learning engagement because it has enabled students to obtain the appropriate mental structure at the action, process, object and schema levels. However, sustainable development needs to be done to improve mathematics learning that can build mental structures needed by students to understand mathematical concepts.

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