Proceedings of the 2nd Universitas Kuningan International Conference on System, Engineering, and Technology, UNISET 2021, 2 December 2021, Kuningan, West Java, Indonesia

Research Article

Development of Higher Order Thinking Skills Assessment Based on Scientific Article Reviews

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.2-12-2021.2320320,
        author={Rahma  Widiantie and Handayani  Handayani and Ina  Setiawati and Ashhafa  Roqiqulqolby},
        title={Development of Higher Order Thinking Skills Assessment Based on Scientific Article Reviews},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 2nd Universitas Kuningan International Conference on System, Engineering, and Technology, UNISET 2021, 2 December 2021, Kuningan, West Java, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={UNISET},
        year={2022},
        month={8},
        keywords={hots; scientific literature review; skills},
        doi={10.4108/eai.2-12-2021.2320320}
    }
    
  • Rahma Widiantie
    Handayani Handayani
    Ina Setiawati
    Ashhafa Roqiqulqolby
    Year: 2022
    Development of Higher Order Thinking Skills Assessment Based on Scientific Article Reviews
    UNISET
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.2-12-2021.2320320
Rahma Widiantie1,*, Handayani Handayani1, Ina Setiawati1, Ashhafa Roqiqulqolby1
  • 1: Biology Education Study Program, Universitas Kuningan, Kuningan, Indonesia
*Contact email: rahma.widiantie@uniku.ac.id

Abstract

Higher order thinking skills are essential skills that must be possessed by students where the assessment tool developed must also be adjusted to the competencies to be achieved, but lecturers are still having difficulties due to the lack of authentic assessment alternatives that assess these skills. There are several authentic forms of assessment to assess higher order thinking skills, namely the assessment of written works and product project including of scientific article reviews. The purpose of this study is to develop an authentic assessment of higher order thinking skills based on a scientific article review strategy. This research is a research and development (R&D). The results of expert validation are construct validation 3.4 (valid) and content validation 3.4 (valid), meaning that the assessment developed is valid. The results of the small-scale trial show that the assessment tool is valid and reliable in the high category. Profile of students' higher order thinking skills with superior criteria in analyzing, evaluating and creating skills. Where the highest score is on the analytical skill and the lowest is the creative skill. The conclusion of this study is that the assessment developed is valid and reliable for use in several courses that facilitate higher order thinking skills by applying the strategy of reviewing scientific articles.