Natural Science Higher Order Thinking Skills Analysis of Junior High School Students

Rahmawati Darussyamsu, Satri Vani Karisfa, Fitri Arsih, Fatma Rahmadhani
2020 Proceedings of the International Conference on Biology, Sciences and Education (ICoBioSE 2019)   unpublished
The 2013 curriculum is learning curriculum that emphasizes higher-order thinking skills, besides learning activities also by training students with questions based on high-level thinking skills, namely by Trends in International Mathematics and Sciences Study (TIMSS). The application of high-level thinking skills needs attention and assessment in its application to the learning process in schools, especially in science learning. This research is descriptive research. This research was conducted
more » ... earch was conducted at SMPN 2 Padang, SMPN 7 Padang and, SMPN 8 Padang. The total sample of 120 students, with each school 40 students. The instrument used to collect data was the 2011 TIMSS question script. Analysis of the data used was by scoring and determining grades in each school. The results showed that the achievement of high-level thinking ability of superior state junior high schools was based on an average of low categorized value of 346.6. In the cognitive domain the average value obtained is 406.09, the cognitive domain of application is 323.07 and the cognitive domain of reasoning is 286.68. So based on the data obtained it can be concluded that the ability to think of high-level state junior high school students in the city of Padang is low.
doi:10.2991/absr.k.200807.041 fatcat:7pmdeob36vajzpoy7mrcpfmx34