Developing E-Module for Prospective Sociology Educators: Constructing Multiple Choice Questions Based On Higher Order Thinking Skill (HOTS)

Seli Septiana Pratiwi, Joan Hesti Gita Purwasih, Desy Santi Rozakiyah, Deny Wahyu Apriyadi, Indah Wahyu Puji Utami


This research aims to develop e-modules that can be used by prospective educators in sociology subjects. This research was conducted based on an analysis of internal needs and external evaluation. Internal anal-ysis was carried out by conducting surveys and FGDs on students to find in-dicators of their obstacles in mastering the material for making HOT ques-tions. Meanwhile, the evaluation of external needs was carried out by find-ing deficiencies in the existing modules. Furthermore, e-module product de-velopment is carried out using the ADDIE model. The integration of audio visual media in this e-module is a major advantage in product development. Users can understand the explanation of the module because the material explanation can be conveyed more specifically. The results of the evaluation show that the development of e-modules can help students more easily un-derstand the material and practice developing HOT questions for sociology subjects. In addition, this module is also useful to teachers in several schools.


e-module, HOTS, sociology, assessment

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