DEVELOPING AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS BASED ON CHARACTER ON SKILL DOMAIN IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Dr. Deny Setiawan, M.Si1 and Prof. Dr. Harun Sitompul, M.Pd2
This development research aims to produce the character-based an authentic assessment instrument on the skill domain of students in primary school. Subjects of this study are: (1) primary school teachers; (2) primary school students; (3) Eight experts for validation of assessment instruments are expert: primary Mathematics, primary Science, primary Social, Indonesian Language, primary Civics, Assessment, Psychology, and Character Education. The method in this study is development research on the type of formative reasearch which the focused on two stages of preliminary and formative evaluation. Data are collected through questionnaires and field trials. Expert validation results and field trials show that the character-based authentic assessment instruments in the skill domain is valid and excellent categorized, and has a very high reliability. Thus, it can be concluded that the character-based authentic assessment instruments is valid, reliable and feasible to use. Another finding of the results in this study is a character-based authentic assessment instrument can assist teachers in measuring the achievement of competence skills and also developing the studentsí character values.
Topic: Curriculum, Research and Development