Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)

Development of Higher Order Thinking Skills-Based Assessment Instrument for Learning Review Text in Senior High School

Authors
Zira Fatmaira, Syahnan Daulay, Abdurahman Adisaputera
Corresponding Author
Zira Fatmaira
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-18.2018.171How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Assessment instrument; higher order thinking skills; Indonesian Language
Abstract
-This study aims to develop a higher order thinking skills (HOTS) assessment instrument for learning text review in students class XI of state senior high school 5 Binjai. This type of research is research and development that refers to the development model of Borg And Gall. The development model of Borg And Gall with the stages of (1) Research and information collecting, (2) Planning (3) Develop preliminary form of product (4) Preliminary field testing (5) Main product revision (6) Main field testing (7) Operational product revision (8) Operational field testing (9) Final product revision (final product revision). The results of this study indicate that: (1) Validation of material experts on the assessment of content eligibility on average was vin ery good criteria (84.38%), the presentation feasibility of the average is very good criteria (85.58%) and language feasibility The average criteria was very good (84.62%). In addition, evaluation expert validation on multiple choice instrument validation assessments was on very good criteria (92.11%), on average the instrument validation assessment was in very good criteria (92.31%). The practicality of the assessment instrument was concluded based on the teacher's response and student response; (i) Student responses to HOTS-based assessment instruments in the field trial of 86% of students stated that HOTS-based assessment instruments was practical, (ii) the teacher's response to HOTS-based assessment instruments in the field trial was 82% included in the practical category. Similarly, the influence of the use of HOTS-based assessment instruments on the ability to higher order thinking skills of students in the average/moderate category (40.29) because 40 <𝑥 total score .60. Thus, it can be concluded that the instrument for assessing higher order thinking skills at State High School 5 Binjai is of sufficient qualityp.
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