Application of Bloomian and Marzanoian Higher Order Thinking Skills in the Physics Learning Assessment: an Inevitability
Edi Istiyono, Wipsar Sunu Brams Dwandaru, Intan Megawati, Mr Ermansah
Available Online October 2017.
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- assessment, Bloomian HOTS, Marzanoian HOTS, physics learning
- Assessment in learning is perceived to be effective when it can measure the abilitis of students. Assessment in the 21st century emphasizes more on the realm of high-level abilitis. The objectives of this study were i) comparing Bloomian and Marizanoian higher order thinking skills (HOTS) in terms of construction and characteristics, and also ii) knowing the feasibility of applying the aforementioned two types of HOTS upon physics learning assessment. The Bloomian and Marzanoian HOTS instruments were developed by modifying the Wilson and Oriondo-Antonio models. The development models uutilized were 1) design test, 2) trial test, and 3) assembling test. The respondents for the trial were 737 public senior high school students in Yogyakarta Special Region. The results showed that 1) Bloomian HOTS consisting of 3 aspects, 8 sub-aspects, and 62 items with the most difficult aspect was create, while Marzanoian HOTS consisting of 5 aspects, 13 sub-aspects, and 63 items with the most difficult aspect was knowledge utilization. All items with subject material of Hooke's law, static fluids, temperature and heat, and optical devices were valid and fit with PCM, and also reliable; and 2) Bloomian and Marzanoian HOTS were feasibly applied in physics learning based on physics learning characteristics. Bloomian HOTS is better applied based on compliance with national curriculum demands, practicality, and efficiency.
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TY - CONF AU - Edi Istiyono AU - Wipsar Sunu Brams Dwandaru AU - Intan Megawati AU - Mr Ermansah PY - 2017/10 DA - 2017/10 TI - Application of Bloomian and Marzanoian Higher Order Thinking Skills in the Physics Learning Assessment: an Inevitability BT - International Conference on Learning Innovation (ICLI 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 136 EP - 142 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icli-17.2018.26 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icli-17.2018.26 ID - Istiyono2017/10 ER -