Development of an integrated test instrument for Islamic value to measure mathematical reasoning of students in the Islamic mathematics study courses

Dewi Sri Wahyuni, Mohammad Jamhari, Ratman Ratman and Astija Astija *

Science Education Doctoral Program, Postgraduate, Universitas Tadulako, Palu, Indonesia.
Research Article
World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews, 2024, 22(03), 1985–1990
Article DOI: 10.30574/wjarr.2024.22.3.1954
Publication history: 
Received on 20 May 2024; revised on 28 June 2024; accepted on 30 June 2024
The project aims to establish an integrated Islamic values exam instrument for assessing students' mathematical thinking. The research methodology employed in this study is the 4-D development model (Four D model) devised by Thiagarajan. This model encompasses four stages: a) defining, b) designing, c) developing, and d) distributing. In order to assess the soundness, consistency, and level of challenge of the test tool in this research, we employed SPSS 20 software to analyze the data. The results obtained after doing an analysis using SPSS 20 to assess validity, reliability, and test difficulty are as follows: The test instrument consists of 5 legitimate questions and 5 moderately difficult questions. However, the combined Islamic values in the test instrument are not dependable, as indicated by a reliability coefficient of 0.510.
Instrument; Islamic Value; Mathematical Reasoning; Islamic Mathematics; Mathematics Study
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