Preliminary Analysis: Development Of Hots Problem On Stoichiometry Topic Using Rasch Model

Abdullah Abdullah(1*)


(1) Program Studi Pendidikan Kimia Universitas Riau
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This study is a part of the development study in stoichiometry HOTS problems. The objective of this study is to develop the stoichiometry Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) test instrument.  The stages of the study is began by analyzing the material on the stoichiometry topic. The test instrument was developed in 10 multiple choice questions with 5 answer options. The instrument test was assessed by two chemistry education experts before administered to 26 high school students in Pekanbaru city.  The test result were analyzed with the Rasch Measurement Model (RMM) using Win Step software. RMM useful for investigating item validity, item and person reliability, and item-person map. All of these criteria are useful for improving the quality of the instrument based on Item Response Theory. The results showed that almost all items are valid, except for Q16 items. So, these 9 items can be used as higher order thinking test instruments for a larger sample.

Keywords


Rasch Model; higher-order thinking skills; item analysis; stoichiometry

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