IDENTIFICATION: THE EFFECT OF MATHEMATICAL COMPETENCE ON PEDAGOGIC COMPETENCY OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHER

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Asrial
Syahrial
Dwi Agus Kurniawan
Faizal Chan
Putut Nugroho
Reza Aditya Pratama
Retno Septiasari

Keywords

mathematical competence, pedagogic competence, the influence of competence (First letter must be capital)

Abstract

Purpose of Study: The aim of this study was to determine the mathematics competencies and pedagogical competencies of prospective teachers and to determine the effect of mathematical competencies on pedagogical prospective teacher competencies in Elementary School Teacher Education.


Methodology: Quantitative research on this type of survey uses a sample of 540 prospective teachers.


Findings and Results: The results of this study were that prospective teachers mathematics competencies tended to be predominantly or less dominant with a percentage of men of 34.5% and 34.4% of women and pre-service pedagogic competencies in primary school education study programs classified as tend to be more or less dominant with the percentage of men 36.8% and women 33.3%, and there is an influence between mathematical competencies on pedagogic competence of prospective teachers in Primary School Teacher Education at Jambi University.


Implication/Application : Research conducted by researchers is useful to provide input and motivation to prospective elementary school teachers regarding the improvement of the competence of an elementary school teacher candidate teacher to implement his pedagogic science in elementary school.

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