Improved Metacognition Reviewed Based on Mathematical Resilience through Flipped Classroom


This study investigates students’ interpretation of kinematics graphs. A total of 121 students taking a physics class were selected to solve problems involving the analysis of graphs depicting position, velocity, and acceleration versus time. Conducting interviews aimed to uncover students’ difficulties while solving kinematics problems. The result emphasizes that students were able to determine velocity (if given positiontime graph) and acceleration (if given velocity-time graph). However, students faced difficulty in selecting textual descriptions and choosing the corresponding graph when given a kinematics graph. These findings suggest that in learning physics, there should be an increased emphasis on deep analysis of kinematics graphs.

Keywords: flipped classroom, mathematical resilience, metacognition

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