Higher-Order Thinking Skills of High School and College Students on Flood Mitigation
- Henita Rahmayanti Ilmi Zajuli Ichsan Wiwin Pramita Arif Rika Sa’diyah Irwandani Nur Fadli Hazhar Fachrial
- 제25권 제1호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 33 - 38 (6 pages)
Background and objective: Numerous flood disaster events encourage mitigation efforts. One of the efforts is education to high school and college students through a project-based learning (PjBL) model during COVID-19. The PjBL innovation can be developed by teachers with a formulation that integrates it with learning media and higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) as the measured parameter. Methods: The research goal is to analyze high school and college students’ HOTS, learning media, and the PjBL model. Learning method employed in the research is descriptive. The HOTS instrument was developed according to Anderson s taxonomy to measure the ability of high school and college students. Results: The research results indicated that the HOTS score of the high school and college students was very low at 28.29 and 46.01, respectively. The research results suggested an improvement of the HOTS by developing a learning medium to enhance students’ HOTS. In addition, the results of the study also showed that the role of teachers and lecturers was very important in facilitating the use of learning media. Conclusion: Teachers and lecturers in this context must be able to facilitate the formation of loving behavior towards the environment. The learning media will be a content supplement for the primary, secondary, and higher education in learning flood concepts. Based on the results, the conclusion is that high school and college students’ HOTS score is in a low category and all aspects of learning media can be integrated with PjBL.
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