Developing assessment instrument based curriculum 2013 for teaching micro teaching in English education department of Undiksha

  • Komang Trisna Dewi Udayana University, Indonesia
Keywords: Curriculum 2013, Developing assessment instrument, English education department, Teaching micro teaching, Undiksha


The policy of implementing the 2013 curriculum (K-13) has brought about changes in terms of teaching paradigms leading to constructivistic which allows students to formulate their own knowledge from the experiences they built. To produce teachers with that competency, Microteaching as the course of practicing the pedagogical subjects needs to be redesigned and modified in order to suit the objective of the curriculum. This article is a part of bigger research which aimed at identifying and analyzing the most appropriate methods for teaching Microteaching course based K-13. The research designed used in this study was based on Sugiyono’ model which was consist of 10 stages.  The result of the need analysis described the types of an assessment instrument that were needed to be developed for teaching Microteaching course of the English Education Department students of the Ganesha University of Education. By certain consideration and discussion, it was decided the three forms of assessment instruments needed to be developed in this study, namely: (1) written assessment instrument, (2) simulation 8 basic skills of Microteaching assessment instrument, and (3) writing lesson plan and performance 8 skills of Microteaching.


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How to Cite
Dewi, K. T. (2018). Developing assessment instrument based curriculum 2013 for teaching micro teaching in English education department of Undiksha. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(3), 95-106.