ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL LITERACY ABILITY IN TERMS OF SELF-EFFICACY HIGH AND LOW
The purpose of this study was to describe mathematical literacy skills in terms of high self-efficacy and low self-efficacy. This research is an exploratory research using a qualitative approach which is carried out on grade IX students of SMP Negeri 1 Wawonii Barat. The research data were collected using a mathematics literacy ability test and a self-efficacy questionnaire. The research subjects were divided into two categories, namely subjects with high self-efficacy and low self-efficacy categories. Data were analyzed using three stages, namely data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicate that students with high self-efficacy have been able to solve math problems at all stages in the process literacy component even though they are not perfect, while students with low efficacy have not been able to solve math problems at all stages in this component. In the content literacy component, students with high self-efficacy and students with low self-efficacy have not been able to solve math problems well at all stages in this component. In the context literacy component, students with high self-efficacy and students with low self-efficacy have been able to solve math problems well through all the stages in this component.
Keywords: Mathematical literacy, self-efficacy, math problems.
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