Best Seller Mathematics Learning Activity (Apm-BS) is a learning strategies using principles and strategies from the Metacognitive Learning Strategy and Activity Based-Learning. This conceptional framework tries to describe the potential of using effective activities to promote the metacognitive regulation in order to enhance student's mastery in mathematics. The learning framework were designed and created based on the basic of the concept of entrepreneurship that involves buying and selling process among students during the learning mathematics. Students interact with peer and teacher to practice the metacognitive skills.
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