Development Strategy of Instrument Test Assessment for The Higher Order Thinking Students
Rahmawati, Laili Etika
Hasanah, Siti Kholifatul
Sulistyowati, Anggraeni Dwi
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The mid- and final-semester examinations are part of the lecturing evaluation. The evaluation technique used for assessing the students’ competency is usually based on a test. As an assessment, the test can be developed in the subjective and objective types, but each type has different characteristics. It can be useful for assessing the critical thinking students’ who not only memorize and understand the materials of the test. The research paper aims to describe a development strategy of instrument test assessment of the critical thinking students. It is the introductory study result of the midsemester examination for Learning Evaluation course. Based on the identification of questions, answer sheet, and students’ responses when evaluating the peer-students, it is stated that the instrument test development can be helpful for assessing the critical thinking students’ answers. It is proved that there were the heterogeneous answers based on the scheme that was a cheat-on-exam result for their friends and books.