European Journal of Health and Biology Education

HOTS-AEP-COVID-19 and ILMIZI Model on Primary Education Teacher Candidate: Knowledge of Environment and Coronavirus in Jakarta
Ilmi Zajuli Ichsan 1 * , Henita Rahmayanti 1, Agung Purwanto 1, Diana Vivanti Sigit 1, Sani Aryanto 2, Ainur Rosyid 3, Nur Fadli Hazhar Fachrial 4, Paulo Weslem Portal Gomes 5
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1 Universitas Negeri Jakarta, INDONESIA
2 Universitas Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya, INDONESIA
3 Universitas Esa Unggul, INDONESIA
4 STKIP Arrahmaniyah, INDONESIA
5 University of Campinas, BRAZIL
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European Journal of Health and Biology Education, 2020 - Volume 9 Issue 1, pp. 1-8
https://doi.org/10.12973/ejhbe.9.1.1

Published Online: 15 Jun 2020

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ABSTRACT
21st Century environmental learning when the pandemic Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) requires a variety of learning innovations. One of them is learning innovation in Primary Education Teacher Candidate (PETC) using ILMIZI model. That is because solving environmental problems requires knowledge, one of which is Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). Previous research has been carried out on developing a Higher Order Thinking Skills Assessment based on Environmental Problem (HOTS-AEP), then used in this study to be modified into HOTS-AEP-COVID-19. The purpose of this study was to measure students HOTS using HOTS-AEP-COVID-19 and analyze the implementation of the ILMIZI model for PETC. The method used in this research was descriptive using survey techniques. The results of this study indicate that the HOTS score of PETC students measured using HOTS-AEP-COVID-19 is still in the very low category for all students (24.78), Male (23.10), and Female (24.97). Besides, the ILMIZI model can be used in the environmental learning for PETC. The conclusion of this study showed that the HOTS score of PETC students still needs to be improved and it needs to be done learning innovations based on ILMIZI models. This research suggested to develop environmental learning media, student worksheets, and environmental teaching materials based on the ILMIZI model for all students in university or school, not only for PETC students.
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