My goals of student learning in the year 2020 for the mathematics subject are

1) To motivate students’ interest in learning mathematics and not only take mathematics subjects just for graduation and pass their study.

2) To expose students’ knowledge and guide them to make sure they understand very well the basics of mathematics knowledge so that they can easily learn and go further to score this mathematics subject at the undergraduate level. I have to expose them to the basics of mathematics knowledge before starting the syllabus for the course that they take. For example, basic mathematics knowledge is function, differentiation, integration, hyperbolic, trigonometric, and vector.

3) To develop the students’ problem-solving skills by giving them the formative assessment using innovative strategies such as homework, exercise, group discussion, group assignment, test, and online quizzes.

4) To expose students to use the technology tools using Mathematica software to differentiate and integrate then using Geogebra in sketching the graphs, surface, and solving the problem so that they can build their interest in learning mathematics.

5) To increase students’ interest in learning the mathematics subject by using 4th Industrial Revolution tools such as Padlet, e-learning, Edpuzzle, H5P (E-learning), and Kahoot

At the end of this teaching and learning, the learning outcomes are:

1) Students will interest in learning mathematics and not only take mathematics subjects just for graduation and pass their study.

2) Students will be able to understand and describe very well the basics of mathematics knowledge so that they can easily learn and go further to score this mathematics subject at the undergraduate level.

3) Students will be able to improve their problem-solving skills in solving mathematics problems especially in real-life problems, relate the mathematics concepts with real-life applications, and can solve easily mathematics problems.

4) Students will be able to use the technology tools using Mathematica software to differentiate and integrate then using Geogebra in sketching the graphs, surface, and solving the problem and interested in learning mathematics.

5) Students will be able to increase their interest in learning the mathematics subject by using 4th Industrial Revolution tools such as Padlet, e-learning, Edpuzzle, H5P (E-learning), and Kahoot.