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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Mentoring And Developing Pedagogical Evaluation Instrument For Preservice Teacher To Overcome Teaching Misconception

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AUTHOR(S)

Mery Berlian, Rian Vebrianto, Nurhasnawati

 

KEYWORDS

pedagogical skills, instrument mentoring and development.

 

ABSTRACT

Teachers are the most important factor contributing to students’ misconception of a particular material. If teachers misunderstand and wrongly explain a concept of learning, the students will also accept incorrect conception. Thus, it is very important for teachers to have pedagogical evaluation of their competence. In this study, the researchers developed a teacher pedagogical development instrument to overcome student misconception. This research is a research development that develops an instrument to evaluate pedagogical competence. From the results, it is known that the instrument consists of 3 parts: Part A that contains the background of the respondents’ demographic, Part B that contains an open questionnaire of pedagogical skills, and Part C that contains an open questionnaire of scientific integration, concepts and media and learning resources as well as obstacles faced by teachers. From the validity and reliability tests, it is known that the croanbach alpha value of all pedagogical skills is 0.94 which consists of 10 constructs of competence of pedagogical skills. This means that the instrument developed is highly credible and effective in enhancing pedagogical skills of preservice teachers and has clear implication for producing professional teachers.

 

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