The Development of Project Based Learning Based on Skills Assessment Instrument to Measure Students’ Creativity in Fifth Grade of Elementary School

Ratnawati ., Ag Bambang Setiyadi, Rochmiyati ., Nurlaksana Eko Rusminto


The purpose of this study is to produce a project skill assessment instrument product based on valid, reliable, and has tested its predictive validity on project based learning to measure students' creativity on the themes of animal and human motion organs. This type of research and development refers to Borg & Gall's theory. The study population was fifth grade students in elementary school in Gedong Tataan, Pesawaran. The research sample uses a purposive sampling technique, which consists of 87 students. Data analysis techniques were carried out in a mixed between qualitative and quantitative. The results showed that the project based learning based on skills assessment instrument was used to measure the creativity of fifth grade elementary school students. The feasibility is proven through the results of the expert validation of the material, language, and evaluation, as well as practitioner tests that show results in the category of "very good" and can be used. The validity test of the instrument for creativity test shows the category of "valid" based on the above test value on the r table value. Furthermore, the results of the questionnaire item reliability test to measure students' creative skills obtained a value of 0.619 indicating that all items are reliable because the value of r arithmetic (0.619) is at the level of significance of the "high" category.

Keywords: Assessment Instruments, Creativity, Project Based Learning.

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/11-9-08

Publication date:March 31st 2020

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