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03.2021-11278686

Title:
Enhancing Problem-solving Skills of Learners Through Problem-based Modular Approach with Execution and Representation

Authors:
Joefrey B. De La Cruz , June Rey S. Sulatra

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Joefrey B. De La Cruz , June Rey S. Sulatra ,
Enhancing Problem-solving Skills of Learners Through Problem-based Modular Approach with Execution and Representation,
International Research Journal of Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies (www.irjhis.com), ISSN : 2582-8568, Volume: 3, Issue: 6, Year: June 2022, Page No : 84-90,
Available at : http://irjhis.com/paper/IRJHIS2206012.pdf

Abstract:

Word problems played a vital role not just in mathematics subjects but also in the whole education system. Mathematics problem-solving skills are significantly crucial in mathematics performance. The learners should be exposed to various worded problems to efficiently flourish their problem-solving skills. This quasi-experimental study aimed to determine the effect problem-based modular approach on the learners' problem-solving skills. In the experimental group, learners were exposed to problem-based modules with execution and representation, and the learners in the control group were exposed to non-problem-based modules without execution and representation (these modules were issued by the Department of Education). Results revealed that the problem-solving skills of learners were enhanced in both experimental and control groups. However, post-test scores of learners exposed to problem-based modules with execution and representation are statistically higher than those of learners exposed to problem-based modules without execution and representation. Thus, problem-based modules are an effective teaching platform to enhance the learners' problem-solving skills. Recommendations were made for reflection to be able to address the struggling learners in problem-solving.



Keywords:

problem-based learning, problem-solving skills, problem-based modules, mathematics education



Publication Details:
Published Paper ID: IRJHIS2206012
Registration ID: 20755
Published In: Volume: 3, Issue: 6, Year: June 2022
Page No: 84-90
ISSN Number: 2582-8568

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