DEVELOPING ASSESSMENT AS LEARNING BASED ON PROBLEM-SOLVING TO PROMOTE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' SKILLS IN CRITICAL-CREATIVE THINKING

Endah Tri Priyatni, Martutik Martutik

Abstract


Assessment as learning is an assessment to guide and provide opportunities for
participants to monitor and reflect critically on their learning processes and outcomes.
This study aimed to produce assessments as learning based on problem-solving that
could be used to improve university students' skills in critical-creative thinking and to
test the validity, reliability, and effectiveness of the assessment. The research design
used was a 4D model, which stands for 'defining, designing and developing, and
disseminating. The research data consisted of two categories, which were qualitative
and quantitative. The qualitative data were in the form of comments, criticisms, and
suggestions from the expert team specializing in assessment; the quantitative data were
in the form of critical-creative skills scores of product users. Qualitative data sources
were the expert assessment team, and quantitative data sources were the fourthsemester college students of the Indonesian Department, Faculty of Letters,
Universitas Negeri Malang. The research findings show that the product was valid and
reliable. Besides, the result of the test of effectiveness indicated that this assessment
could improve university students' skills in critical-creative thinking.

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