PENGEMBANGAN THREE TIER DIAGNOSTIC TEST UNTUK MENGIDENTIFIKASI MISKONSEPSI MAHASISWA PAUD

  • Ifa Aristia Sandra Ekayati Universitas PGRI Ronggolawe
  • Dwi imam Efendi Universitas PGRI Ronggolawe
  • Sumadi Sumadi Universitas PGRI Ronggolawe
Keywords: three tier, miskonsepsi, anak usia dini

Abstract

Latar belakang dalam penelitian ini adalah identifikasi miskonsepsi merupakan langkah yang penting untuk mengetahui pemahaman mahasiswa tentang pembelajaran. tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengembangkan alat uji miskonsepsi berupa three tier diagnostic test yang digunakan untuk mengidentifikasi miskonsepsi pada mahasiswa PG PAUD. Sampel penelitian yang digunakan dalam three tier diagnostic test yang dikembangkan berdasarkan wawancara (n = 11), dan uji terbuka (n = 25) Desain dan metode yang digunaka terdiri dari dua fase. Fase pertama yang digunakan adalah pengembangan three tier diagnostic test dan fase kedua adalah desaun cross sectonal survey. Hasil dari penelitian diantaranya validasi dari 3 dosen ahli.

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Published
2020-08-22
How to Cite
Ifa Aristia Sandra Ekayati, Efendi, D. imam, & Sumadi, S. (2020). PENGEMBANGAN THREE TIER DIAGNOSTIC TEST UNTUK MENGIDENTIFIKASI MISKONSEPSI MAHASISWA PAUD. Prosiding SNasPPM, 5(1), 79-83. Retrieved from http://prosiding.unirow.ac.id/index.php/SNasPPM/article/view/315