The Content Validity of Assessment Instruments to Measure Analogical-Transfer Ability

Desy Kumala Sari, Supahar Supahar

Abstract


This study aims to develop assessment instruments to measure analogical-transfer ability. This assessment instrument contains the momentum and impulse lesson material physics at the senior high school level. The item consists of 40 multiple choice items and 8 items of description. This instrument is validated by physics education experts, physicists, and educational practitioners. The analysis result using Aiken’V equation. The result of the analysis shows that coefficient ranges between 0.64 to 0.93. The result shows that all of the developed items ‘good be used’ to measure analogical-transfer ability at the senior high school level.


Keywords


content validity; assessment; analogical-transfer ability.

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