Construction of Mathematical Literacy Measuring Instruments for High School Students

  • Khairunnisa Khairunnisa The Postgraduate of Educational Research and Evaluation - State University of Jakarta
  • Mayu Syahwela The Postgraduate of Educational Research and Evaluation - State University of Jakarta
  • Iin Nurul Khoiriyah The Postgraduate of Educational Research and Evaluation - State University of Jakarta
  • Sukmaja Sukmaja The Postgraduate of Educational Research and Evaluation - State University of Jakarta
  • Awaluddin Tjalla The Postgraduate of Educational Research and Evaluation - State University of Jakarta
  • Lussy Dwi Utami Wahyuni The Postgraduate of Educational Research and Evaluation - State University of Jakarta
Keywords: Mathematical Literacy, PISA, Assessment

Abstract

This research aims to develop exponent problems and integer calculation operations of the PISA model per the PISA framework consisting of three constructs, namely content, context, and process. The research method used is Research and Development (R & D) with a 4D model (Four D) consisting of four stages: Define, Design, Development, and Dissemination. This study only conducted limited dissemination to teachers and students of grade X Labschool, Jakarta. To measure the quality of the questions produced, the author uses several criteria: validity, reliability, level of difficulty, and discriminating power. The results showed that the assessment of the quality of the questions is not solely determined by the difficulty level but by the differentiation of the items and their relevance to real-life contexts. Questions with high differentiation power are quality, while questions with low differentiation power must be revised or replaced. Questions that emphasize the ability to reason, solve problems, and argue in a real-life context are per the PISA assessment framework.

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Published
2024-02-28
How to Cite
Khairunnisa, K., Syahwela, M., Khoiriyah, I., Sukmaja, S., Tjalla, A., & Wahyuni, L. (2024). Construction of Mathematical Literacy Measuring Instruments for High School Students. EDUCATIO : Journal of Education, 8(4), 550-561. https://doi.org/10.29138/educatio.v8i4.1356
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