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Journal JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION

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JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 94-102; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.08

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This study aims to determine the needs of teaching materials for evaluasi pembelajaran courses that support the ability of students to carry out assessment of learning outcomes in accordance with the development of current assesments in Education for Primary School Teachers study program Universitas Katolik Musi Charitas (UKMC). This research is descriptive study using several documents in the form of RPS, Academic manuals and HOTS Guide modules as well as articles from official BNSP website relates to the research topic. The analysis showed that recommended teaching materials for evaluasi pembelajaran courses were (1) the concept of measurement, test, evaluation dan assessment; (2) type and function of assessment; (3) basic concept of test and non-test; (4) item analysis; (5) development of test and non-test measuring instrument; (6) the quality of measuring instrument which include validity and reliability; and (7) scoring and following up.
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 84-93; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.07

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This research was aimed at investigating the reaction, learning achievement, behavior changing, and the effect of training and education program for headmaster candidates by paying attention on institutional, instructional, and behavioral dimension. The research was conducted at the Education Quality Guaranty Institution Lampung. The evaluative qualitative research was applied in this research using blended model of evaluative training model of the Four Levels and the three dimensions cube model. The data was collected by giving questionnaire, observation, interview, documentation, and headmaster candidates’ test results. The result of the research revealed that the purpose of the program was formulated based on the participants’ need, considering the clear qualification of the purpose formulation and the outcome could be observed, the program design described the continuous application strategy dealt with the competence structure, the realization of time, the training and education needed to be improved especially in the use of method, time, management, and the quality of the consumption, the participants’ behavior changing after going back to their working place, the result of the training and education program impacted very much in increasing the school quality, and the appointment of the headmasters considered their competence. As the result of the evaluation, it can be concluded that the headmaster candidates training and education program is categorized good and recommended to be continued with some improvements.
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 55-72; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.05

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This paper departs from the issue of the hidden curriculum that occurred during the last 10 years. Hidden curriculum is the practice of school education that contributes to education. Previous studies discuss the role of the state, the role of the school and the teacher's role in the practice of hidden curriculum separately.While in this paper, the researchers wanted to demonstrate the practice of hidden curriculum in a comprehensive manner by using thought Henry Giroux. This research is a case study with a qualitative approach. This research was conducted in 2019 by conducting in-depth interviews, observation and documents. The findings in this study (1) there is a contestation of values ​​due to differences in ideology trustees and teachers that are implemented in the practice of hidden curriculum, (2) The practice of hidden curriculum is done by the board of trustees behind the development of a formal curriculum, and carried out by the teacher to maintain the old identity through daily practices, (3) impacted on the delay on student achievement, because it is generally the practice of hidden curriculum support the practice of the formal curriculum, but the opposite what happened.. advice in this study is need to agree and trust between the board of trustees and school teachers in order to get maximum achievement.
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 73-83; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.06

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This research aims to developing the Biology Test of Creative Thunking-Torrance Test (BTCT-TT) assessment in studying Biology for high school student in grade 11. This type of research is Research& Development (R & D) with 4D (Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate). This study have develodped 37 items that are valid and reliabel. BTCT-TT was tested on 150 high school students, the results showed the average score of students’ creative thinking skills was significantly releted to students who received BTCT-TT assessment and Conventional assessment. Keywords: Biology Test of Creative Thinking-Torrance Test (BTCT-TT), Creative Thinking
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 103-112; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.09

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The purpose of this study was to obtain empirical data about the effect of the number of scale categories on the accuracy of the predictive validity of the Mathematics Self-Efficacy Scale between those using a scale of three categories of answers and a scale of five categories of answers. This research uses a quantitative method of comparative study. The population in this study were all students of Madrasah Aliyah (Islamic High School) class XI IPA in North Jakarta in the academic year 2019/2020. Sampling was done by simple random sampling and there were 230 students from six public and private Madrasah Aliyah. The instruments used were tests and non-tests. The test instrument was in the form of a Mathematics learning achievement test and a non-test instrument in the form of a Mathematics Self-Efficacy Scale. The research hypothesis was tested using a t-test. The results showed that the average standard error of estimating the predictive validity of the Mathematics Self-Efficacy Scale using the five answer categories scale was lower than the scale of the three answer categories. The conclusion of the study is the predictive validity of the Mathematics Self-Efficacy Scale which uses a five-answer category scale that is more accurate in predicting mathematics learning outcomes.
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 47-54; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.04

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This study aimed to learn the results of Indonesian subject which used peer assessment and teacher assessment by the techniques of oral presentations at high school students on the level of different self-efficacy students. The sample was taken were 40 respondents. The data was collected by using an experimental method. Samples were obtained by using stratified random method or multistage random method. The design of treatment which was used was the analysis design treatment by level 2 x 2. The results were found that 1). The test results proved that the average of learning outcomes of Indonesian subject in a group of students who were given ratings by peers had significantly different results compared to the average of learning outcomes of Indonesian subject assessment who were given by the teacher.
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 26-46; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.03

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This article discusses the psychometric validity of the Indonesian version of emotional learning instruments with a scale of five and four response categories. The purpose of this study is to produce an Indonesian version of emotional learning instrument with an effective response category scale used by Indonesians. The instrument is a modification of the scale of the Learning Environment Research Questionnaire on Emotional Climate Classroom. This study is a survey of 1494 responses of 7th and 8th grade junior high school students. Samples were selected by random sampling and based on considerations of schools implementing the 2013 Curriculum. Modification instruments consisting of 43 items were tested in obtaining validity based on item difficulty estimations and psychometric criteria with Rasch modeling. The results of this study indicate that the Andrich threshold validity testing meets the monotonic characteristics and the Standardized Residual Correlation is higher, so the scale of the five response categories is more effective to measure the Indonesian version of emotional learning instruments than the scale of the four response categories. Keywords: Functionality of middle value, ELVI, Rasch Modeling
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 11-25; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.02

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The children's Special Correctional Institution (LPKA) on Tangerang City is one of the institutions that organizes the form of coaching Vocational High School (SMK). Implementation of education in Vocational High School must meet the minimum criteria in accordance with national education standards. Learning planning, educator qualifications and infrastructure is one of the components that exist in the national standard of education. This research aims to evaluate the quality of Lesson Plan (RPP) and assessment, educator qualifications, and infrastructure in the antecedent component of the Concatenate stake model in Special of Vocation High School. This research is an evaluative research with a qualitative approach. The method of data collection used in the form of interviews, documentation studies, and observations with the validity technique of data research results using the credibility by prologue engagement, persistent observation, and member checking. The results showed that educators first did not prioritize Learning Program Planning and its assessment, both lacking facilities of learning infrastructure, and all three educators who did not have a certificate of educators. Keyword: Antecedent component, evaluation, the children's Special Correctional Institution (LPKA)
Erdawaty Kamaruddin
JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 6, pp 1-10; doi:10.21009/jisae.061.01

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JISAE: JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSESMENT AND EVALUATION, Volume 5, pp 37-42; doi:10.21009/jisae.052.04

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This study aims to develop learning of direct and inverse proportion by using proportion tables based on Pendidikan Matematika Realistik Indonesia (PMRI) approach. Data were collected from preliminary test results, classroom observation, field notes, student activity sheets, test answer sheets, and interviews conducted on students grade VII at Islamic Junior High School Al-Azhar 12 Rawamangun. Based on the results of the retrospective analysis, PMRI characteristics have a role in developing direct and inverse proportion. Students' activities in observing the context presented can train students to develop learning strategies and explore the use of proportion tables. The proportion table can present the students' informal thinking processes and assist students in solving problems related to direct and inverse proportion. The use of student construction results in each meeting contributes to assisting students in understanding the direct and inverse proportion. The conceptual relevance of this study attracts students' attention because the context is given close to student life. Thus, the proportion table can help students to understand the proportion so that they can resolve the proportion problems.
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