The Development of Assessment Instruments Based on Multiple Intelligence in Elementary School

Dodo Septiawan, Lilik Sabdaningtyas, Darsono ., Alben Ambarita


This study aims to develop theoretically and empirically appropriate multiple intelligences based test instruments to measure students' knowledge in elementary schools. The type of research used is research and development that refers to the theory of Borg & Gall. The population in this study included fourth grade students in elementary schools in central Lampung. The sampling technique uses a purposive technique. The sample of this study was fourth grade students, amounting to 44 elementary schools in Central Lampung. Data was collected through questionnaires and tests. The feasibility of the instrument is theoretically based on the assessment of 3 experts with an average of 84.32 very good categories. While the feasibility of the instrument empirically based on the analysis there are 30 decent and quality MCQs from the results of validity, reliability, distinguishing power, level of difficulty, and distractor test. The results of the study showed that the test instruments developed had met the criteria for writing proper and quality test instruments to measure students' knowledge.

Keywords: Instrument,  Multiple Intelligences, Elementary School

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/10-12-18

Publication date: April 30th 2019

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