Implementasi E-learning Dikaitkan Dengan Pengembangan Higher Order Thinking Skills

Fikri Aulia, Wikan Budi Utami, ponoharjo ponoharjo

Abstract


Abstact This research is based on the rapid Information and Communication Technology in the world of education. This is contrary to the concept of 21st century competence, one of which is mastering Information and Communication Technology. This research is motivated by the weakness of high level thinking skills or High Level Thinking Skills in FKIP Universitas Pancasakti Tegal students, specifically students in mathematics education. The purpose of this research is to study the implementation of E-learning based learning in improving Higher Level Thinking Skills in FKIP UPS Tegal students. This type of research is research and development. Affirmed by Borg and Gall (2003), that "educational research and development is a process used to develop and validate educational products". Furthermore they also put forward 10 steps of research and development, which can be simplified into the following five main steps: (1) analyzing the products to be developed; (2) developing initial products; (3) expert validation and revision; (4) small-scale field trials and product revisions; (5) large-scale field trials and final products. The results of calculations using SPSS software show a significance level of 0.135 or 13.5% or can be interpreted that e-learning is effective in improving mathematics learning outcomes in mathematics education students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences University of Pancasakti Tegal University. The most important thing in this e-learning learning experimental experiment is the superior sense that is encouraged by students to be taken and explored lecture material provided by the lecturer.

Keywords : Learning, E-Learning, HOTS

 

Abstrak  — Penelitian ini didasari pada pesatnya Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi pada dunia pendidikan. Hal ini sejalan dengan konsep kompetensi abad 21, salah satunya adalah menguasai Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi. Penelitian ini dilatarbelakangi oleh lemahnya keterampilan berpikir tingkat tinggi atau Higher Order Thinking Skills pada mahasiswa FKIP Universitas Pancasakti Tegal, khususnya mahasiswa pada pendidikan matematika. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui pelaksanaan pembelajaran berbasis E-Learning dalam peningkatan Higher Order Thinking Skills pada mahasiswa FKIP UPS Tegal.. Jenis penelitian ini adalah penelitian dan pengembangan. Ditegaskan oleh Borg dan Gall (2003), bahwa “educational research and development is a process used to develop and validate educational products”. Lebih lanjut mereka pun mengemukakan 10 langkah penelitian dan pengembangan, yang dapat disederhanakan  menjadi lima langkah utama berikut: (1)  melakukan analisis produk yang akan dikembangkan; (2) mengembangkan produk awal; (3) validasi ahli dan revisi; (4) ujicoba lapangan skala kecil dan revisi produk; (5) ujicoba lapangan skala besar dan produk akhir. Hasil penghitungan menggunakan perangkat lunak SPSS menunjukkan bahwa taraf signifikansi sebesar 0.135 atau 13.5% atau dapat dintepretasikan bahwa e-learning efektif dalam meningkatkan hasil belajar matematika pada mahasiswa pendidikan matematika FKIP Universitas Pancasakti Tegal.  Hal yang pling menonjol dalam pelaksanaan eksperimen pembelajarn e-learning ini adalah tingginya rasa terdorong mahasiswa untuk mengikuti dan mendalami materi perkuliahan yang telah disajikan oleh dosen.Abstrak ditulis dalam bahasa inggris dan indonesia.

 

Kata Kunci: Pembelajaran, E-Learning, HOTS


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31980/jpetik.v6i2.822

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