Sorotan Literatur Bersistematik: Komponen Efikasi Kendiri dalam Pendidikan Matematik

  • Noraida Md Idrus Fakulti Pendidikan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
  • Siti Mistima Maat Fakulti Pendidikan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
Keywords: efikasi kendiri matematik, efikasi kendiri, matematik, sorotan literatur

Abstract

Persaingan yang sihat dalam bidang pendidikan menjadikan setiap individu berusaha untuk meningkatkan kebolehan dan kompetensi dalam aspek pengetahuan, kemahiran dan nilai berkaitan matematik. Matematik sebagai suatu alat komunikasi yang penting dalam mengejar kemajuan era Revolusi Industri 4.0 memerlukan komuniti yang fasih dan berliterasi matematik. Fokus utama untuk melahirkan generasi pemimpin yang berpemikiran analitikal, kritikal dan logik menggesa sektor pendidikan mengenal pasti isu dan kepincangan efikasi kendiri berkaitan matematik daripada peringkat akar umbi. Tujuan kajian ini dijalankan adalah untuk membuat tinjauan literatur bersistematik terhadap komponen efikasi kendiri dan rangkumannya dalam penyelidikan pendidikan matematik. Dua persoalan kajian yang diberi penekanan ialah komponen efikasi kendiri dan bagaimana efikasi kendiri dikaji dalam penyelidikan empirikal pendidikan matematik. Kajian ini menggunakan Model PRISMA. Dua enjin carian digunakan iaitu Education Resources Information Centre (ERIC) dan Google Scholar. Daripada 152 artikel yang dikenal pasti, sebanyak 20 artikel diterima yang memenuhi tujuan kajian. Berdasarkan analisis yang dijalankan, terdapat 4 komponen efikasi kendiri yang telah dikenal pasti iaitu efikasi kendiri matematik, efikasi kendiri teknologi, efikasi kendiri akademik dan efikasi kendiri pengajaran. Dapatan juga menunjukkan majoriti kajian efikasi kendiri dijalankan secara kuantitatif berbanding dengan kualitatif. Garis penyelidikan utama yang diperhatikan ialah tahap efikasi kendiri, hubungan antara efikasi kendiri dengan pemboleh ubah lain yang berkaitan, dan pembangunan efikasi kendiri. Walaupun banyak kajian lepas dijalankan di benua Asia, namun begitu jumlah kajian yang menekankan efikasi kendiri dalam persekitaran Malaysia masih dikategorikan sedikit. Justeru hasil kajian ini diharapkan dapat memberikan kefahaman yang mendalam agar kajian sebegini boleh dilaksanakan dalam konteks pendidikan di Malaysia.

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Published
2021-01-06
How to Cite
Md Idrus, N. and Maat, S. M. (2021) “Sorotan Literatur Bersistematik: Komponen Efikasi Kendiri dalam Pendidikan Matematik”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 6(1), pp. 96 - 105. doi: https://doi.org/10.47405/mjssh.v6i1.623.
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