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JOURNAL ASSESSMENT
By:
• Erna Aprilia
• Siti Komariah
Lecture : Dr.Ir. Vina Serevina
Magister of Physics Education
State University of Jakarta
2016
Assessment Portfolio
All objects in the form of physical evidence as
something that shows the results of learners'
performance.
(Arikunto, 2012)
Next . . .
The portfolio can be: paper daily tests, semester
test papers, homework books, and other forms
containing graffiti or graphic as evidence kinertja
students.
Or in the form of duties of the teachers who made
creatively by learners, in the form of a notebook or
a piece of work of individuals or groups
Portfolio characteristics
Characteristics of
Portfolio assessment
Multi source
Various
destination
ownership
Integration
Authentic
Dynamic
Eksplicit
Explanation of image
 Multi source: the implementation of portfolio
assessment must be made from a variety of
sources, such as students, teachers, parents,
community and other evidence, such as pictures,
paintings, journals, audio and vidio tape, either in
writing or action
 Authentic: the source in question must be
authentic and related learning programs,
activities, competency standards, kompertensi
basic and indicators to be achieved.
 Dynamic: portfolio assessment requires the growth and
development of each learner. Therefore should any evidence
from time to time should be collected and documented.
Should such evidence be selected, then choose selectively.
 Explicit: portfolio assessment should also be clear, both
types, techniques, procedures and competence to be
measured. Clarity is meant not only for teachers but also
for learners.
 Integration: in practice, the activities of students in the
classroom to real-life must be integrated. That is, the
portolio assessment is inseparable from everyday life so
that participants didiktidak far from what they experienced.
 Owners: very important in the assessment of the portfolio is
their sense of belonging for every peseta for students of all
the evidence gathered teachers, so that students can keep
well in such evidence.
Multi-purpose: the implementation of portfolio
assessment not only refers to the competencies
that must be mastered learners, but also other
goals that are beneficial to the learning programs,
such as the effectiveness of the program, the
development of learners, and can be used as a
communication tool learners to various interested
parties.
Types of Portfolio
Display
Work
Product
Proces
s
Individual
Group
Students
System
Kinds of
Assessment
Portofolio
Document
Explanation of image
PORTFOLIO LEARNERS
When viewed from the learners, the portfolio assessment can
be divided into two types of portfolios of individual and group
portfolios. The portfolio is a collection of individual learners
work individually, and group portfolio is a collection of the work
of a group of learners or a particular class.
PORTFOLIO SYSTEM
1. Portfolio Process: shows the stages of learning and
prepared notes perkembangang learners from time to time,
showing the learning activities to achieve the Standard of
Competence, Competency, and a set of indicators
specified in the curriculum, as well as showing all the
results from the beginning until the end for a certain
period
Process form of portfolio is a portfolio of work, which is
the form used to select the collection of evidence of
learners, monitor and assess the progress or development
of learners in managing their own learning activities
2. PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
Stressing on mastery (the material of the tasks required in
the decree, KD Achievement Indicators learning outcomes,
as well as showing evidence of the most well regardless of
how and when the evidence was obtained.
Objective: to document and reflect the quality of the
accomplishments that have been achieved.
 The types of product portfolio:
1. Display Portfolio
Is a collection of works of students or selected
documents prepared for display to the public.
For example, account for a project, organizing exhibitions,
or maintain a concept
2. Portfolio Documents
Portfolio document provides information on both the
process and the products produced by learners.
This portfolio is used to select the collection of evidence of
learners in accordance with the competence and will be
used as the basis of assessment
Implementation steps Portfolio
1. Determine the purpose of the portfolio
2. Determine the contents of the portfolio
3. Develop criteria for assessment
4. Develop assessment format
5. Identifying organizing portfolio
6. Using the portfolio in practice
7. Assess the implementation of the portfolio
8. Assessing the portfolio in general
Assessment in the form Portfolio
 Example:
KD 3.2: Applying the principle of vector addition (with
approach to geometry)
Indicator:
1. Students can draw vector
2. Students can draw the resultant vector
3. Students can draw a vector component
4. Students can draw calculating the magnitude and
direction of the resultant vector
The format of the portfolio assessment are as follows:
KD: Applying the principle of vector addition (with
approach to geometry)
Name Learners:
Date of assessment:
Indicators
Assessment
Very Bad Bad Midle Good
Very
Good
1. Students can draw vector.
2. Students can draw the resultant vector.
3. Students can draw vector components.
4. Students can draw calculating the magnitude and
direction of the resultant vector.
Achieved through: Comment teachers
Relief teacher
Classroom
Small groups
Own
Comment parents
FORMAT PORTFOLIO APPEARANCE
TITLE APPEARANCE:
CLASS / GROUP:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RATING:
Each ratings were scored in scal 5 (1 -5)
Score 1 = poor, 2 = adequate, 3 = rat-ata, 4 = good, 5 = special
No Assessment criteria Score Note
01 significance:
What degree of suitability or meaningfulness of the information
provided by the topics
02 Comprehension:
How baiak level students understanding of the nature and
scope of the problems presented
03 Argument:
How well the reasons given learners on the issues discussed
04 Responsifness:
How big is the suitability of the answers provided learners with
the questions raised
05 Teamwork:
How big is the group members participate
How each member feels responsible for the problems of the
group?
How the presenters respect the opinions of others?
ASSESSMENT SHEET DOCUMENT
TITLE APPEARANCE:
CLASS / GROUP:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RATING:
Each ratings were scored in scal 5 (1 -5)
Score 1 = poor, 2 = adequate, 3 = rat-ata, 4 = good, 5 = special
No Assessment criteria Score Note
01 Completeness:
Is a complete document to address a problem?
02 Clarity:
In good order
Written by well
easy difamami
03 Information:
accurate
memadahi
Important
04 Support:
Loading examples for the main things
Loading a good reason
05 Data Card:
In connection with the contents of each section
Is aptly
Provide information
improve understanding
06 Part of documentation:
quite memadahi
Can be trusted
In connection with the matters set
Selected (selected)
Total score
qualifications ratings
FORMAT PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TITLE APPEARANCE:
CLASS / GROUP:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RATING:
91-100: very satisfactory
81-90: satisfactory
71-80: Good
61-70: enough
<60: less
No Assessment criteria indicator Score information
01 Preparation I
II
III
02 Production General
Modification
Special
03
Component Assessment
Design
Material
Creativity
Originality
Total Score
Score
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JOURNAL ASSESMENT (ERNA & SITI KOMARIAH)

  • 1. JOURNAL ASSESSMENT By: • Erna Aprilia • Siti Komariah Lecture : Dr.Ir. Vina Serevina Magister of Physics Education State University of Jakarta 2016
  • 2. Assessment Portfolio All objects in the form of physical evidence as something that shows the results of learners' performance. (Arikunto, 2012)
  • 3. Next . . . The portfolio can be: paper daily tests, semester test papers, homework books, and other forms containing graffiti or graphic as evidence kinertja students. Or in the form of duties of the teachers who made creatively by learners, in the form of a notebook or a piece of work of individuals or groups
  • 4. Portfolio characteristics Characteristics of Portfolio assessment Multi source Various destination ownership Integration Authentic Dynamic Eksplicit
  • 5. Explanation of image  Multi source: the implementation of portfolio assessment must be made from a variety of sources, such as students, teachers, parents, community and other evidence, such as pictures, paintings, journals, audio and vidio tape, either in writing or action  Authentic: the source in question must be authentic and related learning programs, activities, competency standards, kompertensi basic and indicators to be achieved.
  • 6.  Dynamic: portfolio assessment requires the growth and development of each learner. Therefore should any evidence from time to time should be collected and documented. Should such evidence be selected, then choose selectively.  Explicit: portfolio assessment should also be clear, both types, techniques, procedures and competence to be measured. Clarity is meant not only for teachers but also for learners.
  • 7.  Integration: in practice, the activities of students in the classroom to real-life must be integrated. That is, the portolio assessment is inseparable from everyday life so that participants didiktidak far from what they experienced.  Owners: very important in the assessment of the portfolio is their sense of belonging for every peseta for students of all the evidence gathered teachers, so that students can keep well in such evidence.
  • 8. Multi-purpose: the implementation of portfolio assessment not only refers to the competencies that must be mastered learners, but also other goals that are beneficial to the learning programs, such as the effectiveness of the program, the development of learners, and can be used as a communication tool learners to various interested parties.
  • 10. Explanation of image PORTFOLIO LEARNERS When viewed from the learners, the portfolio assessment can be divided into two types of portfolios of individual and group portfolios. The portfolio is a collection of individual learners work individually, and group portfolio is a collection of the work of a group of learners or a particular class.
  • 11. PORTFOLIO SYSTEM 1. Portfolio Process: shows the stages of learning and prepared notes perkembangang learners from time to time, showing the learning activities to achieve the Standard of Competence, Competency, and a set of indicators specified in the curriculum, as well as showing all the results from the beginning until the end for a certain period Process form of portfolio is a portfolio of work, which is the form used to select the collection of evidence of learners, monitor and assess the progress or development of learners in managing their own learning activities
  • 12. 2. PRODUCT PORTFOLIO Stressing on mastery (the material of the tasks required in the decree, KD Achievement Indicators learning outcomes, as well as showing evidence of the most well regardless of how and when the evidence was obtained. Objective: to document and reflect the quality of the accomplishments that have been achieved.
  • 13.  The types of product portfolio: 1. Display Portfolio Is a collection of works of students or selected documents prepared for display to the public. For example, account for a project, organizing exhibitions, or maintain a concept 2. Portfolio Documents Portfolio document provides information on both the process and the products produced by learners. This portfolio is used to select the collection of evidence of learners in accordance with the competence and will be used as the basis of assessment
  • 14. Implementation steps Portfolio 1. Determine the purpose of the portfolio 2. Determine the contents of the portfolio 3. Develop criteria for assessment 4. Develop assessment format 5. Identifying organizing portfolio 6. Using the portfolio in practice 7. Assess the implementation of the portfolio 8. Assessing the portfolio in general
  • 15. Assessment in the form Portfolio  Example: KD 3.2: Applying the principle of vector addition (with approach to geometry) Indicator: 1. Students can draw vector 2. Students can draw the resultant vector 3. Students can draw a vector component 4. Students can draw calculating the magnitude and direction of the resultant vector
  • 16. The format of the portfolio assessment are as follows: KD: Applying the principle of vector addition (with approach to geometry) Name Learners: Date of assessment: Indicators Assessment Very Bad Bad Midle Good Very Good 1. Students can draw vector. 2. Students can draw the resultant vector. 3. Students can draw vector components. 4. Students can draw calculating the magnitude and direction of the resultant vector. Achieved through: Comment teachers Relief teacher Classroom Small groups Own Comment parents
  • 17. FORMAT PORTFOLIO APPEARANCE TITLE APPEARANCE: CLASS / GROUP: INSTRUCTIONS FOR RATING: Each ratings were scored in scal 5 (1 -5) Score 1 = poor, 2 = adequate, 3 = rat-ata, 4 = good, 5 = special No Assessment criteria Score Note 01 significance: What degree of suitability or meaningfulness of the information provided by the topics 02 Comprehension: How baiak level students understanding of the nature and scope of the problems presented 03 Argument: How well the reasons given learners on the issues discussed 04 Responsifness: How big is the suitability of the answers provided learners with the questions raised 05 Teamwork: How big is the group members participate How each member feels responsible for the problems of the group? How the presenters respect the opinions of others?
  • 18. ASSESSMENT SHEET DOCUMENT TITLE APPEARANCE: CLASS / GROUP: INSTRUCTIONS FOR RATING: Each ratings were scored in scal 5 (1 -5) Score 1 = poor, 2 = adequate, 3 = rat-ata, 4 = good, 5 = special No Assessment criteria Score Note 01 Completeness: Is a complete document to address a problem? 02 Clarity: In good order Written by well easy difamami 03 Information: accurate memadahi Important 04 Support: Loading examples for the main things Loading a good reason 05 Data Card: In connection with the contents of each section Is aptly Provide information improve understanding 06 Part of documentation: quite memadahi Can be trusted In connection with the matters set Selected (selected) Total score qualifications ratings
  • 19. FORMAT PRODUCT PORTFOLIO TITLE APPEARANCE: CLASS / GROUP: INSTRUCTIONS FOR RATING: 91-100: very satisfactory 81-90: satisfactory 71-80: Good 61-70: enough <60: less No Assessment criteria indicator Score information 01 Preparation I II III 02 Production General Modification Special 03 Component Assessment Design Material Creativity Originality Total Score Score Jakarta,... Teacher