Affective Assessment Of Buddha Religious Education Learning

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Hariyanto et. al.


The results of observations in the School of Assessment of Buddhist Religious Education Subjects, the cognitive domain assessment was carried out by means of tests. Affective domain assessment is done by giving assignments and observations. Based on these conditions an appropriate and quality assessment instrument is needed. This type of research is Research and Development. The feasibility and quality test of the instrument is based on the results of the validation of the expert team and the implementation of trials to students. Data analysis using t test, validity and, reliability test. The initial draft of 60 statement items was developed using a Likert scale. The average result of lecturer validation was 76% and the teacher's statement was 82% in accordance with the aspects studied with the appropriate criteria. Analysis of the results of small group trials, namely 51 (85%) statement items have good distinction, 38 (63%) valid statement items and instrument reliability r11 = 0.614> r table = 0.576. Based on the analysis of small group trials, the instrument was improved and rearranged into draft II. Draft II was tested on respondents in a field test. The results of the field test analysis showed that 52 (87%) statement items had good distinctive power. The results of the validity test are 52 (87%) valid statement items and the reliability calculation results are r11 = 1.00> r table = 0.244, so that the instrument is reliable. Based on the results of this field test analysis, the final product of the affective domain assessment instrument was prepared.

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