Author: Kokom Komalasari
Institution: Indonesia University of Education
Author: Didin Saripudin
Institution: Indonesia University of Education
Year of publication: 2020
Source: Show
Pages: 168-180
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.20.61.3.13
PDF: tner/202003/tner6113.pdf

This study seeks to delineate a living values-based authentic assessment model in civic education to foster student character. A research and development design was adopted, with the subjects being high school students in Bandung City and West Bandung Regency, Indonesia. Conceptually, a living values-based authentic assessment is one that amalgamates living values and living values education principles into civic education learning assessments by taking into account the principles of authentic assessment, the core and basic competencies in the curriculum, the main characteristics in the educational program for strengthening character, principles for writing questions based on higher-order thinking skills, and principles for preparing assessments. The types of authentic assessment developed herein are attitude assessment and self-assessment. Based on the results of the validation of experts and practitioners, it is found that the majority (82.84%) rated the authentic assessment instruments as good.

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