The Implementation of Kirkpatrick's Evaluation Model in the Learning of Initial Value and Boundary Condition Problems

Syamsu Qamar Badu

Abstract


This research aimed at describing the implementation of Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model in the learning of Initial Value and Boundary Condition Problems. For each of the four different levels in the model, an evaluation was conducted using different instruments. A performance evaluation was conducted to assess the students’ product or project. This was a qualitative descriptive study involving 58 students of Mathematics Department, Faculty of mathematics and Natural Sciences, State University of Gorontalo as the sample. The data were collected by means of questionnaire; the reliability was tested through Cronbrach’s alpha. Students’ learning achievement was scored using a performance rubric. The study shows that Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation Model for the learning program of initial Values and Boundary Condition Problems is very effective.

Keywords: Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model, Performance assessment, Initial value and boundary condition problems


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v3i5.4386

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