LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILL (HOTS) ORIENTED LEARNING CONTEXT

  • N Nofrion Lecturer of Department of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Padang State University, Indonesia
  • Bayu Wijayanto Lecturer of Department of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, Padang State University, Indonesia

Abstract

The development of 21st century life requires the higher-level thinking ability developmental for learners. HOTS learning is characterized by; 1) Analysis, Evaluation and Creating, 2) Logical reasoning, 3) Consideration and critical thinking, 4) Problem Solving and Creative Thinking. One effort that can be done by educators to develop higher-level thinking ability for learners is by facilitating learners to do Advanced Learning Activities (ABL) that include: 1) processing/ analyzing, 2) Communicating/ dialogue, 3) discuss/ collaborate, 4) presents/ constructs. ABL is a continuation of Basic Learning Activities which includes; 1) Observing (combination of seeing and hearing), 2) trying/ questioning, 3) searching/ collecting. Therefore, in learning, educators should be more focused on giving learners space to do ABL while still allowing time for ABD as a warm-up activity or initial activity (Schaffolding). The way that can be done as a trigger of Advanced Learning Activities is to present more questions/ tasks/ problems on high cognitive level that is C4, C5, and C6 in every learning. High-level questions/ tasks/ problems will also encourage learners to dialogue and discuss so that collaboration in learning will be created.


Keywords: Basic Learning Activity/ABD, Advanced Learning Activities/ ABL, HOTS oriented Learning


 


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2018-08-28
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NOFRION, N; WIJAYANTO, Bayu. LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILL (HOTS) ORIENTED LEARNING CONTEXT. Geosfera Indonesia, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 2, p. 122-130, aug. 2018. ISSN 2614-8528. Available at: <https://jurnal.unej.ac.id/index.php/GEOSI/article/view/8126>. Date accessed: 28 jan. 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.19184/geosi.v3i2.8126.
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