High Order Thinking Skills and Digital Literacy Skills Instrument Test

  • Dzulfiqar Satria Waliyuddin Ahmad Dahlan University,  Indonesia
  • Dwi Sulisworo Ahmad Dahlan University,  Indonesia

Abstract

Developing evaluation instruments in the student learning process in interactive, fun, challenging, motivating, and developing students 'creativity and independence are needed to improve students' High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) and digital literacy skills (DLS). HOTS and digital literacy are part of the 21st-century skills that are important for every individual. This study developed a test instrument integrated with Augmented Reality (AR) and Google Scholar (GS) to encourage HOTS and students' digital literacy skills. This type of research was development research. The subject matter was the scale and comparison. Product trials were applied to 11th-grade students in Sleman, Indonesia. Product validity was based on expert judgment, item validity, distinguishing power, difficulty level and reliability to reach a good category in general. AR was created using the ARLOOPA application operated with android. The research instrument was designed to increase HOTS and DLS.

Keywords: ARLOOPA, Augmented Reality, High Order Thinking Skills, Digital Literacy Skills, mathematics

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Published
2022-01-01
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Waliyuddin, D. S., & Sulisworo, D. (2022). High Order Thinking Skills and Digital Literacy Skills Instrument Test. Ideguru: Jurnal Karya Ilmiah Guru, 7(1), 47-52. https://doi.org/10.51169/ideguru.v7i1.310
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