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Learning and Assessment of HOTS among Senior High School Economics Students Kennedy Acheampong; Dadang Dahlan; Disman; Edi Suryadi; Muhamad Arief Ramdhany
Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pengajaran Vol 56 No 1 (2023): APRIL
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jpp.v56i1.59290


In today's world, where globalization is rapidly increasing, critical thinking, rationality, and tolerance are essential for personal and interpersonal well-being. The study aims to analyze the impact of teaching methods, self-concept, and assessment on students' higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) in economics in senior high school (SHS). The research subjects involved 220 economics students from three SHS. The study used a quantitative survey method with the use of a designed questionnaire and used ordinal logistic regression to find the correlations between variables. The findings suggest that teaching methods, self-concepts, and assessment have a significant impact on students' understanding of economics subjects by promoting higher-order thinking skills. To improve Ghana's educational system and meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030, the study also underlines the necessity of HOTS-oriented assessment in classroom instruction. Therefore, the study recommends the use of various instructional strategies, such as open-ended questions and practical problem-solving tasks that encourage students to manipulate unfamiliar or novel situations, rather than relying on recall or restatement of previously taught material. The implication of this study is that curriculum developers should take into consideration a well-structured question in the curriculum that will elicit students' high-order thinking skills.
Role-Playing Cards Learning Models Based on Madura Ethnic Entrepreneurship Values to Increasing Students' Interest in Entrepreneurship Fajar Utomo; Disman; Abdul Azis Wahab; Didin Saripudin
Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies Vol. 6 No. 2 (2023): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jlls.v6i2.59600


The research concerns the monotony of social studies learning and the low interest in entrepreneurship among students. This study aims to develop an RPC learning model based on the entrepreneurial values of the Madurese and then measure the results of testing the model and its effectiveness in increasing students' interest in entrepreneurship. This type of research is developed using the ADDIE model. The five stages include analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The research subjects in three trials were conducted in 10 schools. Data collection techniques were collected through observation, interviews, questionnaires, validation sheets, and documentation studies. At the same time, the practicality test carried out the data analysis technique, the N-Gain test. The results showed that the RPC learning model based on the entrepreneurial values of the Madurese was operationalized through five learning steps assisted by media cards (question cards and solution cards) and scenario texts. The results of limited trials concluded that 65% of the learning models were practical enough to be used in social studies learning. Furthermore, the results of extensive trials showed no significant obstacles, only suggestions for adding time during student discussion activities. The effectiveness of the learning model by calculating the pretest and posttest scores resulted in the conclusion that the level of effectiveness was categorized as quite effective in increasing students' interest in entrepreneurship.
The Digital Literacy Instruments for University Students Ismaul Fitroh; Disman; Kokom Komalasari; Mamat Ruhimat
Journal of Education Technology Vol. 7 No. 4 (2023): November
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23887/jet.v7i4.67099


Nowadays in the digital era, obtaining information is a very easy task, however, critical thinking from many university students in reality are still lacking and they have a high plagiarism level. This problem can be solved if the students have a digital literacy ability. The purpose of this research is creating a digital literacy instrument for students. The method applied in this research was R&D (Research and Development) research method with RDR (Research, Development, and Research) model. Subject of this study were two (2) expert lecturers in their field and collaborated with 30 students as test subjects. The method of data collection was questionnaires and interview, whereas the data analysis technique applied in this research was qualitative analysis with product moment correlation technique. The result of this research showed the content validity from the digital literacy coefficient of the students was 1, 00 which interpreted as a very high validity value. While the result of reliability test calculation showed r11 value was 0.88 which means the instrument is reliable since reliability coefficient value obtained a number greater than 0.60. Therefore, it can be concluded the digital literacy instrument from this research can be used to evaluate the students’ digital literacy ability. The implication of digital literacy instrument usage hopefully can help students to improve the quality of their learning process.