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Volume 6, Number 1 / April issue 2020
Olberto, Holten Sion, Abdul Rahman Azahari, Joni Bungai, Netto W.S. Rahan, Yetrie Ludang
In house training for elementary school teachers for attitude assessment in Katingan regency
Abstract

Pedagogic competencies inherent in the teaching profession are conducting assessment and evaluation of learning processes and outcomes and utilizing the results of assessment and evaluation for the benefit of learning. The teacher competency formulation above explains that in addition to carrying out their obligations as teachers, elementary school teachers must also conduct learning assessments. Attitude assessment in Indonesia based on the 2013 curriculum is carried out through observation, self-assessment, and peer assessment techniques using instruments in the form of a checklist or rating scale equipped with a rubric, while the journal method is in the form of notes. It is hoped that the assessment of student attitudes can be fulfilled through every technique applied by the teacher. Improvements for the assessment of learning outcomes were implemented again, related to attitude assessment which obliged teachers to do the main focus of assessment with observation techniques that were equipped with instruments so that it became valid evidence and the final result was described as the main indicator for aspects of attitude that must be observed and could be developed in accordance with needs and material taught. The observation instrument made must include indicators of the observed attitude accompanied by observation time.
Keywords: in house training, attitude, assessment, teacher, competency

Cite this article:
Olberto, Holten Sion, Abdul Rahman Azahari, Joni Bungai, Netto W.S. Rahan, Yetrie Ludang. In house training for elementary school teachers for attitude assessment in Katingan regency. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 6(1)2020, 94-106.


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