The Development of Authentic Assessment of Participation Skill Aspects in Class Five State Elementary School 047168 Kacinambun, District Of Tigapanah

Abstract

This study aims to find appropriate assessment instruments to be used in carrying out authentic assessments of aspects of participation skills in grade IV elementary school. It is included in the type of research & development, which is a research process that is used to produce products in the form of instruments for authentic assessment of aspects of participation skills in grade IV elementary school. Subjects in this study are students and teachers in grade IV Sate Elementary School 047168 Kacinambun, District Tigapanah, and validation experts consist of 4 experts who had criteria as: (1) civics experts, (2) Language experts, (3) Design experts, and (4) Instrument experts. The object of this research is the development of instruments for authentic assessment of aspects of student participation skills. Based on the preliminary analysis of teacher books and books of grade IV elementary school students, theme 1, the beauty of togetherness with the sub-themes of cultural and national diversity, togetherness in diversity and gratefulness for diversity, the assessment instruments are not suitable for the type and aspects of assessment in each learning sub-theme. Based on the acquisition of validation scores from each expert the value of the score on the study of civics material is 83.30% with a very valid category, Language experts with a score of 81.25% with a very valid category, Design experts with a score of 91.18% with very valid categories, and Instrument experts get a score of 85% with a very valid category and obtain an average score of 85.68% with a very valid category. The results of trials in small scale groups scored 76% with valid categories, and trials in large scale groups 1 obtained a score of 90.6% and trials in large scale groups 2 obtained a score of 96.8% with very valid categories.

Keywords: Authentic Assessment, Participation Skills Aspects


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