Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar Proceedings, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social and Islamic Studies (ICSIS) 2022

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Agung Prasetyo, Nurul Ainun Fajriah

Last modified: 2023-01-16


The Covid-19 post-pandemic era requires learning activities to be carried out remotely or hybrid so that it requires teachers to be skilled in presenting interesting learning to support a good learning environment. The use of digital technology can be an alternative to learning mathematics, not only as a medium for presenting material but also to improve students' ability to solve problems. This study aims to explain the use of digital technology, including its advantages and disadvantages, especially when viewed from the perspective of solving mathematical problems. The research method used is the method of literature review or literature study (library research). The literature taken is articles published in various journals indexed by Scopus or Sinta. The analysis technique in this research is the content analysis technique. Based on the literature that has been analyzed, it can be concluded that using digital technology in learning mathematics can improve students' problem-solving skills. Digital technology can assist students in illustrating, understanding, and solving problems. For this reason, teachers need to train students' skills in operating various digital applications because they affect their ability to solve problems. The variety of technologies that can be used in learning allows teachers to choose suitable technology and can combine several applications to produce more optimal media.


Digital Technology; Mathematics Learning; Problem-Solving

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